Gallery: Into the Dirt of Mt Etna

We sent Team InFocus to ride one of the world's most infamous active volcanoes.

Even as the guys were getting set up to ride Mt Etna, it was puffing out plooms of volcanic ash and dust. This was going to be a challenge like no other... 

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Mountain of dust

Mountain of dust

Andi Tillman tackling the lunar-like slopes of Etna.

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Mogul run

Mogul run

The strange mogul-like rocks of the slopes of Etna made for perfect kickers.

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Drift club

Drift club

Keeping both wheels pointing in the same direction on Etna can be tricky but that was half the fun.

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Flat matters

Flat matters

When it comes to tabletops, the InFocus boys like to keep things beyond flat.

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Need for speed

Need for speed

The steep ridgelines of Etna offered the chance for some big mountain bombing.

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Lower slopes

Lower slopes

The lower slopes and surrounding area around Etna offer up some incredible formations and lines.

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Grass tracking

Grass tracking

After the baron, ash-strewn slopes of the summit, the grassy meadows offer up plenty of scope for even more speed.

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Speed squash

Speed squash

Keeping it fast and low through the leaf-less woods.

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