Aug.
17
2013
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Remi Thirion Ripping the Crankworx Slalom

Crankworx Dual Slalom Rocks on for 2013

Crankworx Dual Slalom—possible the best event of the week. Little bikes snapping tight berms and roosting their way down a quick track, lined with spectators amazed by the action—slalom rules! All sorts were out to view the spectacle, and while perhaps not as exciting to the average Joe as the Slopestyle, there aren’t Read More »

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Aug.
23
2012
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Joel Harwood stirring up the earth at the Grumpa Grass Slalom

The Grumpa Grass Slalom Returns

We all ride bikes for the same reason. Fun. That was all the motivation I needed when deciding to put a little underground race together. At the end of the summer, the weather in Squamish is unreliable at best, bikes tend to show signs of a season’s abuse, and our Read More »

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Oct.
1
2015
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Jeff Reimer high above Lillooet

Tripping: A Guaranteed Rugged Experience

Imagine rolling along a highway and seeing a sign that stated the town about to be entered was “guaranteed rugged”, what would you think? If the voice in your head said something along the lines of ‘ha, whatever’ or ‘(giggling) what a funny statement’ you wouldn’t be alone. No doubt Read More »

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Sep.
23
2015
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Crankworx Podium

Roundup: Crankworx 2015 Done & Dusted

To some Crankworx may seem like aeons ago, but to many of those involved the hangover still lingers a little. This year was the most involved I’ve been with the event and while I enjoyed every intense, high paced, sleep deprived moment of it, I now understand why so many Read More »

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Jul.
9
2015
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Riding high above the Howe Sound

Tripping: Stag Do Guides, Inquire Within

Stag do, bachelor party, smoker, call it what you will, when a group of guys get together and celebrate one lucky friends last days before tying the knot, it’s usually quite the bender. Throw the group into the town of Whistler and you’re usually guaranteed a scenario that leaves a Read More »

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Jun.
25
2015
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Dylan Wolsky shredding Bush Doctor trail, Whistler

More than Enduro: Dylan Wolsky & Jesse Melamed on Westside

Earlier in the spring, prior to the onslaught of busy race schedules, I was fortunate enough to get out with the Dingo, Dylan Wolsky, and proper Whistler local (born and raised), Jesse Melamed. Not knowing the trails in Whistler as well as home, it was totally left up to these Read More »

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