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The latest Teton Gravity Research mountain bike project sent pro riders Brice Shirbach and Kerstin Kögler along with pro skier Carston Oliver to Zermatt, Switzerland to take on high alpine singletrack. With the Matterhorn beautifully in the background, the crew drops thousands of vertical feet along the Zmutt Glacier. Seriously, you won't find trails like this in North America. TGR produced this video in partnership with Swiss International Airlines, Switzerland Tourism, and BMC Switzerland.