Watch: 8600FT Film by Braydon Bringhurst

by | Nov 10, 2022 | Bike, Bike Video Features

Braydon Bringhurst sets out to climb the technical 27 mile long Whole Enchilada trail in Moab Utah, climbing 8600ft in one effort on his mountain bike.

Every now and then someone does something absolutely incredible in the sporting world. Eliud Kipchoge breaking the 2 hour marathon or Alex Honnold rock climbing the 1000m El Capitan with no safety, and now Braydon Bringhurst riding up the entirety of Moab’s famous Whole Enchilada trail. The Whole Enchilada is ridden as a descending trail that often takes riders several hours to complete. It is technical and physical riding, even with gravity on your side. To think of riding up the entirety of the trail is madness. Braydon adds extreme endurance to his renowned technical skills and explosive riding style to conquer this enormous feat.

8600FT Film by Braydon Bringhurst

“The Whole Enchilada” is one of mountain biking’s most epic trails – attracting expert-level riders from around the globe to Moab, Utah, to challenge its 8000-plus feet of descending over rugged and raw terrain littered with rock drops and boulder fields. But no one has ever tried to ride up every inch of the trail – until now. Equally mentally challenging as physical, “8600FT” is a 1.5-hour feature-length film of Braydon Bringhurst’s attempt to summit “The Whole Enchilada.”

To learn more about Braydon’s mental and physical preparation for the climb read Bicycling Magazine’s feature by documentary writer and NYT best selling author Kim Cross, who reveals the physiological training and Jedi mind tricks that made it possible, visit:

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