Brett Rheeder Announces He Won't Be Competing at Crankworx Rotorua

Feb 9, 2020
by Ed Spratt  
Back flip tail whip off the drop for Rheeder.

Brett Rheeder has announced on social media today that he will not be competing at Crankworx Rotorua this year in order to focus on his own riding and creativity. The Canadian rider has had no shortage of success with seven Crankworx titles, an X-Games gold medal and winning the slopestyle world title four times.

In his announcement, Brett mentions the effect "contest robot tricks" have had on his riding and by taking this step he is hoping to build upon his unique style. While he plans to focus on his own riding this March, Brett will still be competing in other events, including Red Bull Joyride at Crankworx Whistler later this year, and Red Bull Rampage.

bigquotesSlopestyle. 3 wins over 5 years. Damn. What a journey. It’s by far my favourite slopestyle contest for many reasons, however, 2020 will be my first year opting out of the competition.

I go through ups and downs as an athlete. Mostly from injury (at least that’s how I’ve gone through my downs in the past) but for the first time in my life, I’ve had two years of success without any downs, which is incredible because it’s allowed me to accomplish so much, but at the same time there’s a lot I haven’t been able to do because of it. So for the first time ever I’m forcing myself to step back, take a “down” because I think it’s the healthiest thing for the longevity of my career.

Instead of competing in Rotorua I have lots going on through March but my biggest priority is to feel happy and satisfied with my riding and find creativity and flow again. (Contest robot tricks have taken a toll on my style and creativity). I’m writing this from Mount Albert, Ontario where I plan to ride at Joyride150 for the next little bit along with a few other locations, no film shoots, no contest prep, just riding for myself.

I want to send out good luck to the slopestyle homies along with all the guys and girls competing in the other Crankworx events in Rotorua. Kill it! One love!
Brett Rheeder



Correction: An earlier version of this article implied that Brett Rheeder was stepping away from slopestyle competition entirely. That's incorrect, and at the moment it's only Crankworx Rotorua that Rheeder has announced he will not be attending. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.


158 Comments

  • 196 1
 This is the way
  • 33 1
 This is the way
  • 14 1
 Good for Brett.
  • 6 28
flag IllestT (Feb 9, 2020 at 13:16) (Below Threshold)
 No, THIS is the way
  • 5 0
 This comment. *bows head*
  • 4 26
flag scott-townes (Feb 9, 2020 at 15:59) (Below Threshold)
 Baby yoda is baby
  • 2 0
 No way is the new way it seems. As long as it keeps the riders healthy and happy then we are all for it.
  • 5 0
 I have spoken
  • 2 0
 This is the way once you've established yourself in Freeride and don't feel like keeping up with the progression of the tricks in slopestyle. Lacondaguy and Semenuk did this also, Slopestlye is more for the young guys.
  • 1 1
 Semenuk's way IS the way si its thé way
  • 53 11
 Didn't see that coming! Maybe semenuk/rheeder projects on the cards ?
  • 144 7
 I don't think they're big pals lol
  • 120 2
 I would imagine being at Rheeders caliber and seeing Semenuk not competing but still enjoying creative projects, spending time pursuing many other things while still garnering the respect of mtb'ing seems pretty enticing. I think Semenuk outlined in a recent magazine interview what stepping away from comp meant for his career and how he has to carefully move forward and make sure he's bringing something of value to the table for sponsorship and stuff.

Brandons life looks very fulfilling right now. If Rheeder feels there's a hole, hopefully he can carve out a unique path for himself to feel better about where he's at. What slopestyle is today is a pretty fresh development in mountain biking, it went from grassroots-feeling to massive in under a decade, and I would imagine though exciting as it is, it's probably a stark difference from what made mountain biking fun for a lot of the current athletes when they started out. Not to say it isn't fun, but it certainly can be what Rheeder coins as "robotic". Rheeder's also in a position now to explore other things with his time, funds and support system so he absolutely should go digging around to see what brings him fulfillment.
  • 7 1
 @anchoricex: very nicely put!
  • 11 35
flag Hugo26 (Feb 9, 2020 at 12:45) (Below Threshold)
 Next thing he will copy on Semenuk. The stepping away ????. Sorry, but I just had to do this joke!
  • 7 3
 @Boosting: I don't think so either, but I wish they were. They seem like Kindred spirits in many ways, they could progress each other so much and make such cool content. Friends instead of rivals, like Bart and Cru!
  • 14 2
 Maybe a Rheeder vs. Semenuk in the PB hot lap
  • 22 2
 @BiNARYBiKE: Semenuk’s telling him now that he’s never allowed to touch his drum kit but they’ll be best friends soon.
  • 6 1
 @Boosting: Not sure where you’re getting this. They are both on the same team and have a history of riding and competing together. Pinkbike and media created rivalries mean nothing in the real world.
  • 2 0
 @BiNARYBiKE: maybe they will be inspired when Rad is re-released in 4K next month.
  • 1 0
 @MattyBoyR6: wait. Is that a thing? Because if so you just made my life.
  • 1 0
 @BiNARYBiKE: I've seen it announced in two places. The first and I don't know why you aren't following the page already is Facebook's Rad The Movie page www.facebook.com/themovierad/?__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARD0D_6YldeN6jK0AADayQY8gVeYR8QVWiqKo6u7PuzzI1bqE9WuzRnDD4JeUyLLURk70ifNcoSfafFT

which links to the 2nd, the SXSW announcement. So not a Blu Ray release yet but good god why wouldn't they.
www.indiewire.com/2020/02/sxsw-2020-film-additions-midnighters-slate-1202208494

And, finally, tucked away in the festival’s Special Events section is perhaps the most “SXSW” offering in recent memory: a 4K restoration of Hal Needham’s seminal motocross cult classic, “RAD!”

“RAD!​” (1986) 4K Restoration (2019)
Director: Hal Needham, Screenwriters: Sam Bernard, Geoffrey Edwards
A bicycle-motocrosser tries to enter a corrupt promoter’s nationally televised cash-prize race. Cast: Bill Allen, Lori Loughlin, Talia Shire, Ray Walston
  • 2 0
 @MattyBoyR6: awesome. I have a bootleg DVD of the movie that someone made. I had always heard that Talia Shire held the rights and wouldn’t let it be reproduced. Which is insane. Hard to understate the amount of stoke Rad gave me about bikes! PS you might not remember me but if you’re the same MattyBoyR6, we met years ago in the glory days of the NRA pit.
  • 1 0
 @BiNARYBiKE: Yeah man that is me from the pit. We were just out there this last weekend. There were so many trucks parked there I haven't seen it like that in 10 yrs. There were some dues getting real sendy and great style. I'm trying to resurrect B line & built a gap to table to get people comfortable with gaps. But, well, I've got to admit I don't recognize your screen name. Ahhh I just watched your video on your profile and recognized your name. Video makes me want to go ride San Tan and give it a shot.
  • 35 0
 I’ve always thought the pressure on Slopestyle guys is much more than any other area of biking. It’s one thing to go very very fast as a and stay on your bike as a racer but to have to nail some of those tricks in a contest is on another level imo.
  • 13 2
 I couldn't agree more. Pilgs said same a few years ago. The pressure is crushing, the fear of failure must be mind-altering. It's no surprise that comps are for young up and comers, and then as soon as they can retire from competition and still get paid, they do.
  • 13 0
 In more recent years, as the level of slopestyle has increased phenomenally, I've considered the pressure must be similar to what an Olympic Gymnast feels. Such precise concentration required every time with high consequence outcome from event the slightest timing error. These guys are computing next level physics equations in their heads... in the moment... Top level slopestyle is incredible.
  • 3 5
 @Dropthedebt: Do you have a specific event in mind? For sure the *uneven bars* routine would be problematic for most slopestyle athletes.
  • 1 2
 Sure, going fast is easy, and no pressure at all. Duh
  • 27 1
 I think semenuk and rheeder should just have their own competition between the two of them. They can choose when and where. The rest of the world will accept the winner as world champion of slopestyle.
  • 3 0
 If Semenuk and Rheeder both show up only for Joyride in the next years, we already might have that competition!
  • 3 7
flag YakuT (Feb 10, 2020 at 0:11) (Below Threshold)
 it will look like this:
Hey Brett, there are 3 Worldfirsts! catch it, my mirrors friend!
Wait Bran! I need a few months to repeat this, I do not want to invent anything myself! i like to copy!
  • 2 0
 Agreed, clash of the Titans!!
  • 1 0
 I think for sure historically those two were largely in a league of their own. I would say though that the gap isn't the same as it used to be with athletes like Emil and Dawid also checking the tech, stylish and "how can a human do that?" boxes. This year should be exciting. I would love to see a Rheeder and Semenuk "fest" type jam where they just do their craziest things without scores.
  • 34 16
 Wow, I'd love to have a job where I can say to my boss 'hey man, I don't feel like coming here tomorrow as it kills my creativity' and still get paid Big Grin
  • 20 5
 be your own boss, its a reality most people can achieve if they want it
  • 5 5
 @lognar: Wow, I'd love to have a bussiness where I can say the same shit to my clients and still make a living from it Razz
  • 9 3
 @brooce So, Rheeder probably made over $100k in comp prize money and bonuses. Video content costs money to produce and has little to no incentives/bonuses. So, Rheeder not competing is a huge decline in his bottom line, in other words, you don't know what you are talking about.
  • 4 1
 The only thing stopping you... is you.
  • 7 1
 If you are one of the world´s best at what you do, your boss might actually agree.
  • 4 1
 @yakimonti: Just curious, do you actually know any details of a professional rider's finances? I would bet he could do this without taking a significant hit. In fact, I doubt he would do it otherwise. But I could be wrong.
  • 4 2
 @lognar: Everybody has a "boss." But some are much better than others!
  • 2 0
 @BiNARYBiKE: Born in the USA is a lot better than his latest stuff
  • 4 0
 @lognar: I’m my own boss, I can’t take a year off. LOL, that would end my business. But I do get ride in the middle of the day during the week. So there perks!
  • 3 1
 @Dropthedebt: what you did there. I see it.
  • 19 3
 This has happened in slope style and snowboarding for years. Judges start giving huge points to robotic moves with combinations designed to maximize points and don’t reward true style, amplitude and technicss as l difficulty. Then we lose awesome athletes. Been happening in snowboarding since Craig Kelly said f this.

But on the good side... it opens the doors for new blood. Lot of young guys pushing for their chance right now. Should be a good year.
  • 9 1
 Was going to write the same. Thats why the "knuckle huck" contest of the last Xgames was favored. It brought back some creativity.
  • 4 0
 @SickEdit: you’re right, big air was boring to watch compared to the knuckle huck!
  • 3 0
 @5afety3rd: Knuckle huck was the only thing I could sit through. Felt like the old days when it was about creativity and camaraderie rather than pure precision.
  • 1 0
 Second this too Smile
  • 10 0
 What you are saying is true but you can’t blame the judges. It’s just the nature of contest riding. Always has been. They have to reward progression. There is no other way to really judge these guys. It a nice concept to say they should reward ‘true style’ but let’s honest, all these guys have crazy good style if the are pulling less difficult tricks. In biking everyone can throw a big styling whips or 360s. Same with snowboarding. All the top riders can throw big styling three 360’s or methods or back 1’s etc. That stuff is fun to watch but impossible to judge in a contest because they can all do it. That’s why you see it more in video parts and movies.
  • 1 0
 2019 World surfing champion Clarissa Moore has just announced she's doing this exact thing as well, taking next season off the WSL to so a film and generally have adventures. There may be sponsor issues as well, the bottom is currently dropping out of the surf sponsor market for example, and riders may feel they might as well explore other options, but I think everyone, including sponsors sees the limitations of judged competition.
  • 5 2
 @The-Foiling-Optimist: Well I thinks it depends on the athlete. I think in a sense an athlete has to earn the right to do this. Look at the people who are doing it recently. Semenuk, Rheeder, Cam Zink, Carissa Moore in surfing, Sage Kotsenburg in snowboarding. They, and most of other who have done this prior are all highly accomplished athletes who have won contests on the highest levels. They've gained that exposure so they can now take that following to other avenues. You aren't likely to see lesser athletes who have never won anything announcing they are done competing while still keeping all their sponsors.
  • 3 0
 @sino428: earn what? The right to create an advertising revenue outlet for sponsors outside the contest structure? Contests are one thing. A stage to create revenue. There’s plenty of athletes in other sports breaking ground in video parts because they can channel their creativity or possibly try a trick dozens of times until it’s pulled. Names like bmxer Nathan Wlliams (check out his 2017 Etnies Chapters part (spoiler, it was better than Semenuk’s part in the same vid)) skaters Aaron Homoki (Jaws) and Rodney Mullen, and Daewon Song... or when Danny way invented Big Air for a DC video part (which became a contest later)
  • 1 0
 @5afety3rd: the conversation here is about contest riders who are quiting contests to do other things. There are a lot of successful athletes who have skipped the contest route all together but that’s no relevant go the topic at hand. An athlete who gains notoriety by competing isn’t likely going to be able to simply leave the contest scene with the support of all their sponsors unless they have had a lot of success.
  • 1 0
 @sino428: the conversatIon is whatever we make of it. Rheeder never needed to compete in the first place to “earn” the right to do anything.
  • 2 0
 @The-Foiling-Optimist: who's Clarissa?
  • 1 1
 @sino428: it definitely changes expectations and contracts. But today more than ever before the right athletes are still very valuable to brands as content creators.

Rheeder is still going to compete... and create content. I’d actually like to see him change his structure a bit and win king of crankworx. Lol.
  • 1 1
 @5afety3rd: until you get past your infatuation with the word ‘earn’ your never going to grasp the context of this conversation.
  • 1 1
 @sino428: Danny Macaskill? Also Hans Rey, Ryan Leech and Jeff Lensoky. The latter three actually did win lots of stuff but in a sufficiently obscure sport that you might experience sudden onset narcolepsy before getting to the end of my (hypothetical) extremely detailed post on that topic. Trials is where you really see the limits of the competition paradigm. Bike trials competition has being going on at a world level for more than 40 years, is refereed but not judged on style so is in a sense more legit that freestyle sports, but compared to videos and demos, it's remarkable the extent to which the outside world isn't interested.
  • 1 1
 @sino428: until you get your tongue out of your ass, you'll never taste what's i'm cooking
  • 19 0
 Rheeder focusing on ebike racing
  • 5 1
 eDirtjumping... the steerer tube has a motor to spin itself
  • 13 0
 What a rollercoaster of emotions. I'll definitely miss Brett from Slopestyle competitions, but at the same time seeing what Semenuk brings us, I am excited to see what is in store in terms of edits and creativity. Beautiful Idiot is one of my favourite edits of ALL TIME. If we get more of that and it makes Brett happier, that's great! On another note, this opens up competitions even more. Rogatkin, Emil, Fedko and Dawid Godziek are going to rip it up!
  • 7 0
 a hungry caterpillar ride of emotions
  • 3 0
 A glass house of emotions
  • 5 0
 A blow it out of proportion level of emotions
  • 1 0
 @mi-bike: my thoughts exactly
  • 1 0
 @blaklabl: fanboys gonna fanboy
  • 17 7
 First he followed Semenuks tracks on the course, now follows Semenuk off the course. Can't say I don't blame him-Rogatkin is responsible for the more technical-less stylish new school. No more big balls Zink in slopestyle and no more style from Semenuk and Rheeder, makes it hard to watch. Lemoine is pretty steezy, and Fedko has style.
  • 1 3
 I second this.
  • 6 1
 Emil
  • 5 2
 @sspiff: Emil Johansen, Thomas Genon....
  • 9 2
 Rotateking is truly americanizing the sport. His riding is bigger, riskier, more spectacular but at the same time quite characterless and missing those little perfectionist tweaks that the some others put into their style. Don't get me wrong. His sportsmanship and hyped up motivation is contagious and I wouldn't want to dismiss him from the scene.
  • 2 1
 @colincolin: Risky, spectacular, and super technical is the character of Rogatkin. The natural progression of any sport like Slopestlye is more technical tricks, it's what gets you higher scores, wins, and sponsors. Calling it robotic is true in a sense but also minimizes the progressive accomplishments of others and how spectacular some of the tricks actually are. Anybody who implies fans don't want to see progress is in denial, it's one of the most exciting aspects of these types of sports.

As more of these guys get into freeride, and the trick level of Rampage starts to elevate, expect Rampage to get more robotic in its progression. But the steep lines at Rampage will always separate it from Slopestlye and keep it unique.
  • 10 1
 Makes sense. Dude never really seemed to be in high spirits at Crankworx events, even when he won. It always looked like pressure weighed on him more than a lot of others. Rogatkin could eat dirt, throw his entire run away and still smile more than Rheeder did standing on the podium lol. Hope he enjoys whatever's next.
  • 9 0
 Good luck Brett. Personal health is so much more important than what people think you should be doing. All the best in the future.
  • 15 4
 Probably one of the most NON robotic, naturally fluid riders in slope!
  • 7 0
 To be that fluid and dialed requires a massive amount of robotic-like practice when not in front of the contest cameras and crowds. I see this as a good thing. A vast majority of bmx riders don’t compete, they work on creative projects to push themselves and their way of interpreting riding a bicycles. MTB needs more of exactly that, emphasis on trail and flow interpretations, less emphasis on the clock or the judging. Being yourself and showing that to world for a paycheck. It’s art in motion we can all enjoy!
  • 10 0
 Sadly, I would also like to announce that I won't be competing at Crankworx Rotorua either.
  • 8 0
 Good for him. He’s won enough contests that he can do this. Good on his sponsors to see the value is still there as well.
  • 5 1
 The Semenuk comparisons are annoying as heck, and im sure Rheeder hates it too. with all of the similarities in their riding and success Rheeder is in no way riding Brandons coat tails. Years and years doing the same thing and pushing yourself passed the limit has its toll and nobody can do it forever. negativity in this situation is plain idiotic.
  • 3 0
 www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRnaqdMQyU0 - Beautiful Idiot (Riding by Brett Rheeder)

Isn't this whole video a precursor to Brett (or anyone who has reached the top of their sport) stepping away from competing in order to continue to grow?
  • 1 0
 Shimano jumpin on their video game.
  • 3 0
 Respect for sure. Rheeder loves the flow and style and joy of riding, fortunate he is able to pursue what he wants to do now! Some people thrive on the pleasure of riding and some thrive on the competition, although everyone successful has some of both. Can't wait to see what Rheeder does next
  • 3 0
 Doing something you love as a job, often turns the thing you love into a job. I can relate to Brett’s want to step back from his job as a slope style athlete to rekindle his creativity as a mountain biker. Pleasing the Judges and e-judges would require Brett to ride for them, not him, in the same way that working for someone requires that you follow their lead, not yours. Does that make sense? Anyway. Good luck to Brett! See you at Joyride 150. I’ll buy the pizza.
  • 9 3
 Looks like a Session break
  • 1 1
 Lolz
  • 4 2
 Personally I'm over slopestyle events. They've peaked and turned into mostly bicycle gymnastics. It's awe inspiring what some guys can do on a MTB, but it's just not must see TV for me. I hope Brett has success doing projects that inspire him.
  • 4 0
 Sometimes stepping away, is the best way to recharge! Wishing him luck and hoping he comes back stronger than ever!
  • 1 0
 It doesn't seem that uncommon for top freestyle athletes to step away from competition in extreme sports. I can't imagine all the hard crashes, broken bones, etc., he has had to get to this level. Wishing him all the best in the next phase of his career!
  • 6 1
 Party at Rogatkin’s house!
  • 9 8
 Style not allowed, only robots.
  • 7 7
 @5afety3rd: Rogatkin has a sick style
  • 6 9
 @Dallll: hahahaha what world are you living in? He has about as much style as a linebacker. Granted it’s slowly improving from his huck it and pray style of a few years ago, but he’ll never be with the likes of Semenuk, Rheeder, Emil, Aggy, Logan Peat, Lacondeguy, or R-dog
  • 1 0
 I understand, I can only imagine the amount of work and pressure that these guys put on themselves. I often wonder if they still enjoy what they do since riding as a career brings so much pressure, but it’s cool to see that athletes know when to step back for a while and that sponsors support their athletes their decisions
  • 1 0
 Quite a pity but i think he made a really good decision. Competition/race etc. are not as important as they used to be anymore. Don't get me wrong they are still important now and will still be in future, but after the rise of social media and Youtube there's a lot more ways to show your stuff to the world than just head to one big show and hoping you don't get diarrhea the night before. And i do think most of the people will be happier seeing lots of edits but no 1st place than lots of 1st place but no edit.
  • 2 0
 Dude, I'm so going to miss watching your runs!!! It has been awesome watching your runs and you really grow as one of slopestyles best. I'm wishing you a happy and healthy life of your own choices Wink
  • 1 0
 These top guys carrying the worlds expectations on their shoulders gets hella heavy. I cant even imagine the pressure these guys face on a daily basis. Time to relax and live the life they have earned is good news in my book.
  • 6 3
 I'm fine with him and Semenauk not competing anymore as long as they still show up at crankworx Whistler
  • 28 2
 Sounds like they both need to check-in with you first.
  • 2 1
 Well this sucks. Watching Semenuk and Rheeder leave slopestyle competition is like watching Durant and Harden walk away from the NBA to play street ball. The game won't be the same without Rheeder.
  • 1 0
 Harden essentially plays streeball- all ISO and no defense
  • 1 0
 Oh my Eek Stepping away just like Semenuk!!!! I’m very surprised but this just seems right! Slope events can beat the crap out of you and you can only win the same competitions so many times before you get bored
  • 4 0
 Slope is officially dead. RIP
  • 2 0
 Pinkbike jumped the gun on this one. No where did it say he was stepping away from slopestyle, rather that he is missing Rotorua. He also confirmed that on the ol IG.
  • 2 0
 Emil Johansson have a clear path in front of him then, good luck in the future Brett!
  • 1 0
 Good on him. Surely there's nothing more freeride than turning your back on organised competitions to go forge your own style.
  • 2 0
 Good for him, I wonder how much this will hurt his income though.. Brandon could because he was still producing.
  • 5 2
 Semenuk lite strikes again.
  • 3 0
 This is why I will not be riding professionally for 2020 as well.
  • 1 0
 Good for him. A lot of wish could we make similar decisions with our careers. Tomorrow I’m going to say, F expense reports, they hinder my creativity!
  • 2 0
 He could be president! Making big decisions on social media is the first sign of being a really smart guy.
  • 1 0
 Brett should work with the Joyride folks to franchise that business and take it across the country! Let the people ride in the winter!
  • 1 0
 Increase the prize money and make it harder for the best to step away from competing. And, let them help design the courses. We want them there.
  • 1 0
 Truly following the foot steps of his predecessor, Semenuk. Exactly what Brandon did. I guess we will see Rheeder at Rampage in a few years and he will win again, lol.
  • 2 0
 I wonder who, if anyone is going to be next to throw that flat drop flip. That trick still blows my mind.
  • 6 3
 Wants to win Rampage
  • 4 4
 he won 2018
  • 1 0
 sorry, meant to say win Rampage again
  • 1 0
 Watch 2021 Rheeder and Semenuk come back and kill every comp. (Just an idea)
  • 1 0
 Excited for new video projects. Also would be keen to see him on some of the Fest events.
  • 4 1
 zemanuk did it first.
  • 1 0
 Not entirely surprised. I imagine it's pretty repetitive for him at this point, wise to take a step back on a high note.
  • 2 0
 I waiting for the robots to take over slope style on E bikes.
  • 1 0
 The Force is strong in Rheeder... He'll be back, more powerful than you can possibly imagine... as a Slopestyle Ghost.
  • 2 0
 Rheeder vs. Semenuk = Sub Zero vs. Scorpion
  • 1 0
 Wow, he can ride, but the pressure must suck after a while.

He’s like a gymnast, but on a bike.
  • 1 0
 but what about all that prize money? hahaha Good move Brett; Cant wait to see some killer edits. ALl the best!
  • 3 5
 Not sure if anyone saw Rheeder's comment on Instagram on the Pinkbike article, but he pretty much said that they misquoted him, and he is only stepping away from Crankworkx Rotorua, and has not stepped away from events for the rest of the season...

www.instagram.com/p/B8Xh03XISSd

The comment may have since been deleted, but I'll see if I can track it down.
  • 2 1
 Enduro racing, this is the way
  • 1 0
 Makes sense. Hoping to see some new edits out soon.
  • 1 0
 I guess pb doesn’t do smilies
  • 1 0
 I do robot tricks too, how come mine don't look like that?
  • 1 0
 Always cheer for him. I bet his projects will be insane.
  • 1 0
 I won't be riding at Crankworx this year either.
  • 1 0
 I hope you have a great time just riding your bike. Cheers Brett!
  • 1 0
 Sounds like he still competing and everything but Rotorua
  • 1 0
 I will miss his runs????
  • 1 2
 I would like to announce that I will officially be stepping away from watching slope style in 2020.
  • 6 7
 Earth shattering news. Things will never be the same again,
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