Every so often, an event happens in nature that is so profound, it belies the very foundation of reality. This is the stuff of legends and lore, a rare phenomenon that may only happen once in a lifetime. In order to witness such an event, we must suspend our judgement of what we think we know. We must let go, look to the sky, and believe.
For as long as I can remember, my answer to the following question has always remained consistent. “Where is the one place in the world you want to go but have not yet been?” My reply, “Bali.” The fascination I’ve had with this tiny Indonesian island originally stemmed from its reputation for warm water and surf-able waves, but it wasn’t until recently when I met a Balinese mountain biker in Whistler that I realized there’s another huge reason to go explore Bali.
How do YOU escape the real world? We want to see YOUR worst real world experiences—your traffic jams, long line ups, spilled coffees—and then we want to see your way out. What does your unReal world look like?
Did Tom van Steenbergen stomp the biggest front flip in mountain bike history?