BeAlive with RJ Ripper

With a name like RJ Ripper, there’s gotta be a story there. Well, there is, and it sounds like this:

“Rajesh Magar (RJ) learned to ride a bike at 10 years old, getting lost in the streets of outer Kathmandu. He rode his first technical trails on a bike he made himself with scraps, including; a scooter spring for suspension and piece of plumbing. His riding earned him attention on the mountain and eventually brought him the opportunity to compete and provide for his family. He has gone on to become the consecutive four-time national champion in Nepal.”