The North Shore Mountain Bike Association are in the running to receive a $100,000 grant to help revitalize the trails on Vancouver’s world famous North Shore.
They’ve made it to the semi finals but they need YOU to Vote for them & help make this dream a reality.
Voting is as easy as clicking on the two steps below:
• VOTE EVERYDAY!
• You get 10 votes in total, one vote per 24 hours
• Voting for the Semi-Finals runs from Dec. 2 at 9am until Dec. 15 at 9am
• You also need to hunt down your friends and family on Facebook, email, Blog & Tweet!
Spread the word – Trails for all, Trails forever!
Thanks for your support!
by Jon Hadfield on Dec.02, 2010
I tried to film a bit. I’m not a fan of the footage, so it probably wont be used. I figured I could at least use some of the stills from it for a blog post.
by Frankie Vass on Nov.02, 2010
Lone Wolf Productions.ca has gone online, and on the same day was featured on the pinkbike.com’s main page:
For those of you that don’t know what Lone Wolf Productions is all about, it is a website has been created to put riders back in charge, and follows some of your favorite athletes while they create their own segments for you to watch. Each rider is given a set of camera gear and some time to work with, in order to bring you their segment. Some may chose to shoot with friends, some may take a road trip, while others might want to show you their newest insane lines. Either way, in the end you see what they want you to see. Our team is made up of 4 individuals. Aaron LaRocque, Tam Forde, Karl Heldt, and myself (Matt Brooks). Between us we hold a wealth of rider ability and editor creativity that should assist in helping the riders create what they are looking for in a section. We will be posting new videos/photos all the time; some will be full rider sections and some will simply be clips. We hope we can entertain you, and welcome everyone’s support.
Lots of props to Race Face of course for being a site sponsor. We are also available on the Lone Wolf Productions blog, our facebook page and twitter now so follow as there as well:
Hope you all have a second to check it out.
by Matt Brooks on Jun.15, 2010
Ahhhh my first blog….and a little tidbit that was forwarded to me by Dan Barham, uber MTB photographer extrordinaire! My first cover, from a picture a few years back on CBC for IMBA Magazine.
I don’t really have too much to post at this point, but I have been steadily (ok sporadically) riding throughout the winter due to the outrageously mild weather the West Coast received this year. I don’t think I encountered frost even once! Tippie and I will be basically parking lot gypsies with our truck, camper, bikes and our baby girl once the bike parks open, (check out this picture – she’s a future ripper for sure – 18 months old and she put my helmet and RF gloves on by herself!
I am gearing up for what I hope to be the best season yet (it was a year ago this weekend I tore my UCL (surgery) and smashed my hand on an innocent enough looking piece of singletrack. We have a pretty action-packed schedule already, so the race is on between Brett and I who gets to blog about it first – and Tippie loves a good race…..stay tuned!
by Sarah Fenton on May.05, 2010
I figured it was time to dial in the blog thingy, always so much going on in life. It seems that most people spend way too much time posting what they are upto on Crackbook than actually doing anything( The Fenton/Tippie connection is better than TV!). Sorry guys, couldnt resist. I will be making a point of directing my life towards this blog as its cheaper than building a site….hehe.
Long story short, my biz partner quit, no more movies from/for me. I live in Squamish, bought a warehouse, built a suite, rented the bottom half to a bakery and now can focus on my new project. C4 RiderTraining.
Yes I am making the fast faster and helping many others learn to handle their bike the way they were meant to be handled…..
Thanks to Julian for all the support and encouragement, but not for skipping my invite to the open house.
by Cory Leclerc on Apr.13, 2010
Went and shot at our local dirt jumps, video is a little old but did not get it finished until now! While your at it check out my new blog that I am doing with a few other guys!
by Jarrett Moore on Mar.21, 2010
November was so crazy at work that I didn’t ride much at all, with the exception of the odd street session on my way home from work. October had been a great month of riding! Started out with a trip out to Bowen Island with my buddy Dave McInnes to ride with the rest of the Flowrider team, Dangerous Dan Cowan, and Mike Laudrum. Dave and I made our way to Horseshoe Bay where Mike who is one of the Captins of the Sea taxi, picked us up for a fast rip over to the island from the main land. When we got to Bowen Danger meet up with us and we headed straight up the mountain and dropped in! As per usual it was an epic day of super steep GNARLY lines and thats just what is between all the man built stunts or features on the trails out that way. (continue reading…)
by Andrew Baker on Feb.08, 2010
well i just finally registered to the race face rider blog site. i have had limited internet access all year, moved twice and just finally got internet access hooked up at my new place. so i will be on the net from here out.
i just posted threads on my blog site from all of this years events. from race reports, to season recap, pictures, trips to sponsor mentionings. check it out and subscribe to my blog: www.marktracer.blogspot.com
all my ventana bikes have race face cranks. i love em!!
by Race Face on Nov.21, 2009
The top of scorpion
Fresh face in Bellingham! Well I recently made the move from Bozeman Mt, to Bellingham Wa. My second day in town I discovered Galbraith Mtn, a wonderful network of trails just minutes from downtown, it also just happened to be Trail Clean Up Day which I was happy to lend a shoveling hand to. I met the Whatcom Trails Co-op guys who are a blast to ride with and definitely know how to build a solid trail! (continue reading…)
by Britney White on Sep.09, 2009
I just got back from Mt. Washington with a gold medal in Elite Men! I am super happy that I finally had a clean race run, and the win is the icing on the cake! Until yesterday, I had crashed every race since I moved up to Pro/Elite. Another point of interest is that my cassette broke half an hour before my start. Unable to find any compatible parts for my wheel, I was forced to start the race with only 3 gears!
I had a great time on the island, loved the course, and will be back next year to defend my title!
It’s not too lonely at the top…
P.S. I am a little embarrassed about the self-promoting nature of this blog, but I guess that’s the point…
by James Mcskimming on Aug.03, 2009