Red Bull Donner Partying Featuring Cody Webb & Taylor Robert | VIDEO

Cody Webb and Taylor Robert unleash some epic riding at the classic Donner Ski Ranch in Lake Tahoe inside Red Bull's latest video edit.

To properly display that ability, Webb and Robert took to the bare slopes of Donner Ski Ranch at Donner Pass in California, just a quick jaunt from the iconic Lake Tahoe. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Donner provided the canvas for the hard enduro artistry that was to take place. "It's every dirtbiker's dream to go out and explore new territories," says Webb. "Many of these areas we wish to ride are completely off limits to any sort of motorized fun. When Red Bull approached us about filming a freeride-type segment, Taylor and I were all in!"

Cody Webb splatters the big rock
Cody Webb splatters the big rock© Cameron Baird/Red Bull Content Pool

It's every dirtbiker's dream to go out and explore new territories.

Cody Webb and Taylor Robert stoppies on the rocks
Cody Webb and Taylor Robert stoppies on the rocks© Cameron Baird/Red Bull Content Pool

The issue with conquering huge mountain features on a motorcycle is the fact that a bail is not really an option. Where mountain bikers and snowboarders still, to some degree, have that fail-safe bail option, moto riders do not enjoy the same luxury. A fall is usually on the wrong side of catastrophic. That’s what makes hard enduro heavy-hitters like Webb and Roberts so incredible — anything but perfection can mean disaster, so they are usually perfect.

"Taylor and I were willing to do whatever it took in order to make the video epic," Webb explains. "Not long into the first day of shooting, Taylor took a gnarly spill and we later found out that he broke his middle finger. He rode like an animal the next two and a half days, holding the pain at bay just to make a next-level edit for everyone to enjoy."

Riding the bridge at Donner Pass
Riding the bridge at Donner Pass© Cameron Baird/Red Bull Content Pool

The world has never seen hard enduro in this light, as a project that could just as easily live in the freeride motocross genre. But when the riders on display are of that 1 percent that can do the things that the other 99 percent literally dream about, the results are nothing short of epic.