Tag: north shore

Thomas Vanderham – This Is Home | SHIMANO

– I just struck gold here. This was my binder. It kinda served as my resume for a lot of years. I remember walking this thing all around the Interbike show, like visiting sponsors and stuff. This big clunky thing. You wanna hear the opening line? “Mountain biking is a sport which allows you “to […]

FREERIDE MTB in VANCOUVER, CANADA!

hey guys what’s up and welcome to a new episode we are in a huge Canadian forrest right now at the Roberts creek DJ spot you might know from Paul Genovese’s or Logan peats videos standing on the step down feature as you might see its raining quite a bit, the jumps are wet, the […]

North Shore ladders for beginners: Leppard || Mount Fromme, BC | Mountain Biking

Hi everyone and welcome back for another trail on Mount Fromme named Leppard. I’m entering this trail from the main gravel access road, but this trail is probably more commonly used as an entertaining link between the famous 7th secret that intersects this trail right about here and another black trail named Crinkum-Crankum. Describing this […]

Technical XC on the North Shore: Griffen || Mount Fromme, BC | Mountain Biking

Hi everyone, I’m back for another trail on Mount Fromme named Griffen. It is actually three separate trails upper, middle and lower but might as well be one as they all seamlessly connect. If you’ve been following my Fromme series so far you would have seen me hit Leppard, then Crinkum-Crankum and finally Kirkford, and […]

My First Time Riding The North Shore

– Dude, I can’t believe this is your first time on the Shore. I’ve got you a sick rental bike, and I got you everything you’re gonna need. Dude, what are you wearing? – What do you mean, what am I wearing, these are my clothes. – Take some pads. And some gloves, and here’s […]

Best of Mt Seymour MTB? John Deer || North Shore, BC | Mountain Biking

Welcome back everyone to this week’s Friday guide down John Deer on Mount Seymour. And in my attempt to push my boundaries as a rider…. a very very short guide to Deer John, a steep double black shortcut. John Deer might just be my new favorite trail on the mountain, though there are still several […]