In the past two decades, Vancouver's North Shore has raised plenty of the world's best riders, filmmakers, and photographers. The Ride To The Hills
generation of freeriders and builders have made their mark on the global scene, with ladder bridges, or "North Shores", showing up at nearly every trail network worldwide. Though the glory days of the North Shore as the be all end all of mountain biking are long gone, Vancouver's riding scene is still thriving. Along with Reece Wallace, Eric Lawrenuk, Nick Tingren, and many others, Caleb Holonko leads the new generation of builders and riders from the shore. At 17 years old, he has already been integral in the creation and maintenance of many Vancouver riding zones, including his own private set of jumps, 'The Foxhole.' Although Caleb's jumps were torn down just after shooting wrapped on this film, plans are already set to put shovel to dirt on the next spot. Until then, we hope you enjoy Caleb showcasing his talents on both big and little bikes.
Video by Max Berkowitz Visual / @MaxBerkowitz
Photos by Kaz Yamamura / @kazyamamura
@maxberkowitz / @calebholonko
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