Video: Kurt Sorge | Dirty Dreams

Words: Kurt Sorge  Watch Kurt Sorge shred his custom Siskiu N8 on his local trail in British Columbia!  I had just built up my Polygon Siskiu N. The Siskiu N, although being an Enduro bike, was capable of handling the variety of terrain and I had so much riding it I figured I would give it a try back home on some freeride lines down Dirty Dreams . There is something to learn every time you step out into the forest or back country. Tree riding the Siskiu N…

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BC Bike Race 2018: Day 6 – North Vancouver

NORTH VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA July 12, 2018 – A male rider racing in the top 30 and flying a foreign flag stops midway down Dale’s to adjust his seat height with an allan key. Wrong! You’re obviously not from around here boy. It’s day 6. Welcome to the North Store. Time to bust out the baggy shorts and activate the dropper post. During the mostly road ascent to the top of the first descent, any delusions about this 18km stage being a smooth and easy day were shattered the second…

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Video: Dusty Days On The Shore

 Canadian videographer Tristan and DegganCaleb Harapnuik, local British Columbian downhill racer shot a rowdy video late summer to celebrate just having fun, even while filming a sponsored video.  

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Video: Paul Genovese – 2nd Home

In 2014 I moved to the Sunshine Coast of BC to migrate to a place that allowed me to ride all year. After a season of non-stop riding I broke my femur. 2-1/2 months into rehab I received a call from Mongoose, which I appreciated considering I could barely walk! I worked hard to make a full recovery. With a new sponsor and some titanium leg hardware this is my first video back. -Paul Genovese A big thanks to Mongoose, SRAM/Rockshox, Fox head, Chromag and Fernie Physio for the support!…

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Video: REGENERATION | Paul Stevens

Approximately 8,000 wildfires occur each year in Canada, burning an average of 2.5 million hectares. Along with the rest of the forest, mountain bike trails are also destroyed and thriving networks can disintegrate in a matter of hours. Eventually, the forest begins to regenerate itself and signs of life become apparent again. With the hard work of local builders, the trail networks are also revived. Rider: Paul Stevens Producer: Influx Productions / @influxproductions Locations: Pemberton, BC Kelowna, BC Music Composition: Oliver Michael Sound Design: Jonathan Osbourne Produced with the support…

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