Interview: Why Yoann Barelli Is Stepping Away From Racing

Jun 26, 2020
by Sarah Moore  
Photo by Shane Roy
Photo by Shane Roy

Yoann Barelli has been a mainstay on the Enduro World Series since 2013. After recovering from a knee injury a year ago, he announced his plans to race the first round in Chile this year.

Then, this week, after sharing the news that he has started a coaching and guiding business, 'Into the Gnar Experience,' he shared the news with us that he is stepping away from racing. We caught up with the French rider to find out why he's decided to step away from racing, learn more about his new business, and find out how he plans to relate to beginner riders.

What have you been up to the past couple of months while racing was on hold?

A lot of things! Of course, there has been the big question mark for a lot of people in the mountain bike world during the pandemic - are we going to race? Are we going to travel? For me, with my knee injury that happened last year, it was a good moment to chill out a bit and take care of it deeper because it wasn’t ready at all for the beginning of the season.

I had an appointment with my surgeon at the end of April and basically she told me that the meniscus on the right inside of my knee is really damaged from the crash that I had last year - almost exactly a year ago actually. But also because of overuse and all the hard training and racing since I was a kid. She said that since I have a lot of pain on the inside of the knee if I want to perform and ride back at 100% then I’ll need another surgery. Racing is no joke and when you are in the start gate, you give it all, there is no holding back.

It made me rethink everything. I’m turning 35 this summer, if I have another surgery I have to take another year off for rehab, so I’d start biking again when I’m 36. So that would be 3 years off without racing really. I was like ‘do I really need to do this?’ Today, I can do everything that I want. I can run with my daughter, I can do all the gnarly stuff that I want, I can take big impacts on my knees. I just need to rest it properly - the day after a big ride I need to chill out for a day or two. Which isn’t the case when I’m racing. There are days without much pain, and some days I can’t even really sprint.

So I’ve decided to not do this surgery right now but I’m going to step away from racing. I’m not going to travel to the EWS if they happen at the end of the year. I need to give the time to my body that it needs to recover. Next year I’ll do a few races but I will have a different program. I will probably do more adventure racing that is a bit more chill in terms of engagement and commitment since you pace yourself a bit more and ride a little bit below 100%. Maybe one or two EWS but I will see.

Take me back to February, you were still planning on racing the entire EWS this year right?

In February, I was totally committed but at the same time, I wasn’t sure if it was actually going to work out or not. Then Covid happened…

For you, it’s never been enough to participate in racing right, you’ve been looking for that EWS win?

Exactly. Even though I’ve never been able to take a win, I did finish second twice. Fighting for a top five or top ten is something that I could do consistently. But today, I have to be realistic and honest with myself. There’s no way I could do that. I don’t even know if I could get into a Top 40 with the way my knee is right now!

Traveling the world and being 100% committed to racing is amazing, I’ve done that for so many years and I truly loved it, I loved every aspect of racing. With what is happening right now in the world and my physical health there is something deep down that’s telling me to simply slow down and I’m super pumped about it. It’s a new challenge, a new career and I want to give 100% commitment and passion to it.

EWS winners podium from left Yoann Barelli Cecille Ravanel Richie Rude Tracy Moseley Jared Graves Isabeau Courdurier.

At what point did you start thinking about your new business?

Last year I created the Into the Gnar YouTube series where I take people through videos into the gnarliest trails that you can ride. This is the stuff that I love - riding really gnarly stuff. I’ve done a few coaching things in my career in the past few years and I really love giving people my vision of the terrain and the way to ride this kind of trails.

Amanda Steel, who owns with Jordan (my trainer and his wife) Crossfit Whistler, and I have been talking a lot about ideas that I have and one of them is a coaching / guiding business. We’ve created Barelli Concepts and launched Into the Gnar Experience . Starting in July, I’ll be coaching and guiding everyone, ladies and gentlemen, from beginners to advanced riders in Squamish, Whistler, and Pemberton.

How are you going to relate to these beginner riders?

That was actually something super hard for me. I’ve been biking since I was seven years old and there are a bunch of things that I do on my bike that I don’t even know how to do it. They’re just natural to me. I just jump on my bike and I can drop down a rock face or ride a gnarly trail the same way someone would go and buy a baguette for breakfast, that’s just what I do, and that’s what I’ve been doing for almost 30 years!

So I actually took my PMBI Level 1 course which is the perfect way to coach beginners. When you take the Level 1 course, they actually teach you how to segment and teach pure beginners to intermediate riders. It was amazing for me to break down all the things I do naturally on my bike and put words to them instead of just ‘Tak-Tak’ and ‘Push-Push’! I have a proper toolkit now so I’m equipped to teach beginners and intermediate people to ride bikes. It’s so rad!! And guess what? I passed!

Photo by Shane Roy
Photo by Shane Roy

What has the behind the scenes process been like to start the coaching business? What else did you need besides the PMBI certificate?

We actually needed to do a lot! That’s something that I never would have done on my own. That’s how Amanda played a really big role in this. We had to apply for permits, we have to get a business license, we have to get in touch with all the trail associations - WORCA, SORCA and PORCA. We created a website, we had the proper insurance, we had to take our first aid course, PMBI course, we did some coaching and guiding days to test, we did a promotional video, photoshoots and more…

There are a lot of things that need to happen and then the permitting process is really complicated since all the trails in the Sea to Sky have different landowners. Everything is segmented out and when you apply for permits you have to do a lot of research.

Then there’s the video and the website. We took almost five months to get to where we are today and have the booking system and everything ready! Plus we really want to make this day something that people will never forget, so we’ve included lots of little details that are pretty rad. We are working with a bunch of local businesses as well. If you book a full day we want people to not think about anything else but riding. Our clients will have breakfast, lunch and apres included.

Coffee is from Forecast Coffee in Function. Bagels and riding snacks are from Alkeme, some muffins and other types of cakes will be homemade, lunch from Green Moustache... Everything is vegan and has gluten-free options. We are trying to show a way to limit our impact on the planet. Everything is locally sourced and we are really committed to that.

I’ve also got my sponsors involved so at the end of the day we will be offering people discount codes for these brands. We didn't want to give away goody bags as they created a huge amount of waste. Every month I'll also write a newsletter on the website and give some riding tips, it's free, you just need to subscribe. There has been some really thoughtful decisions behind the scenes and today we’re rolling and pumped!

People can’t travel very much right now due to COVID-19. Are you primarily coaching people who live in the Sea to Sky Corridor right now? What are your goals for your business eventually?

Because people can’t really travel, we are limited to BC and Canadian residents right now but as soon as the borders open, we will follow the guidelines of course, we will be very mindful but we will be welcoming everyone. I’m going to be coaching four days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday.

We are creating a half-day program (4 hours) that will suit Sea to Sky residents better. Stay tuned for that as it will be rolling by next week.

We don’t have a specific goal really, we are going with the flow of things due to COVID-19, we are learning a lot and adapting ourselves right now. Let’s see where it takes us, but we have a vision in mind.

What was the conversation like with your sponsors? Were they all supportive?

My sponsors knew that I was creating a coaching business but they didn’t know my intention to step away from racing because it has been a long process in my end to get to this space in my head and my heart. So I wasn’t sure what they would say. Today I’ve received answers from everybody and they all are super supportive.

We went through a pandemic and it’s been pretty tough for everyone and I think everybody is open to new ideas. Right now, we don’t even know if the season is going to happen. The borders are still closed. Everyone is super open to everything and they all understand that if I can’t race at 100%, what’s the point really? There is more for me to be pumped and share my passion for the sport in direct contact with people than there is with travelling the world to go race and ending up 50th and being not satisfied and grumpy about it. I prefer to stay here, be pumped, and start to give back to the community.

What are your thoughts on Racer vs. Influencer vs. Coach and the different facets that you can be sponsored for? What do you think the value for each versus the other is for a brand?

It really depends. I don’t like the term influencer, I don’t even know what it means to be an influencer, do you only do social media? What is it?

More seriously, I think the whole sport and the way sponsorship goes needs to change. Today we have racers, YouTubers, influencers, coaches…. Every one of them has value but they are all different and need to be evaluated in different ways, which isn’t the case today. The sponsorship world in mountain biking is still very amateur and needs to be redesigned according to the time we live in. It still bothers me to see someone like Thomas Lapeyrie who is a top ten regular in the EWS ending up without sponsors this season just because he doesn’t have a huge social media platform... and he still does a lot in my opinion.

Racers test and help develop new products, they can have a huge fan base and make people dream. Influencers influence, haha. YouTubers can have a huge audience and can create direct sales. Coaches are in direct contact with people, showing directly the products on the terrain, establishing a trust with people, and can create direct sales. If you play in all of them good for you but it’s rare!

What are your plans for your YouTube channel?

My goal with my YouTube channel was never for it to become my job and make money off of it and get sponsors from it. YouTube is just another platform and a way for me to show what I can do on a bike and a way for me to express myself. In the Enduro World Series today, we never ride the stuff that I show in these videos. This is the thing that I love. This is where riding makes sense for me. That YouTube channel is still going to exist and I’m still going to still post Into The Gnar videos, but it’s just another platform, there’s no commitment to it. Sometimes I’m going to post five videos in one week and sometimes I’m not going to post anything at all for a month.

What do you think is the hardest technique or skill to learn on a bike?

I think the point of mountain biking is to find flow. If you get there and you can find flow in anything you ride, the feeling you get out of it is pretty amazing. To reach this point you need to ride a lot, you need to enjoy yourself, you need to put Strava on the side and you need to practice your skills!

So I’d say as far as riding trails, reading the terrain and anticipating everything that comes at you is the hardest skill. But then if you talk dirt jumps, we are touching another world of coaching, and I’m simply not there yet!

What about a mistake that you see riders making really often?

There are a lot but one is now pretty obvious for me. When we started to be able to ride again, I would stop on the trail to session things and watch people. The traffic on Rupert in Squamish is amazing and I would stop in one of the last corners, for example. One of the mistakes that people make a lot is that they ride with their knees forward. It’s kind of a weird thing, but I think beginner and intermediate riders aren’t being told that you have a neutral position and an engaged position. When you’re engaged, it’s as if you would do a squat. You basically put your butt back, then you bend your knees and you hinge at the waist. Some people don’t do that, they just kind of bend their knees and push their bodies forward. I can totally see that now, it’s something I never realized before. If you ride this way, you’ll never be able to take big impacts or stuff like that.

Last Friday I did an Into the Gnar Experience test for intermediate people in Whistler and I took four ladies for a ride. Two of them were doing that and I could see something was wrong with the position. When we corrected that, it was like day and night and they were able to take big impacts. Just a slight correction in your body position can change your life.

Photo by Shane Roy
Photo by Shane Roy
Photos of Yoann Barelli and Sam English by Shane Roy

Have you ever been coached before? How did you learn to ride a mountain bike?

I’ve never been coached and I never actually took a lesson. The first lesson I took was when I passed my PMBI a month ago and it was a beginner course! They teach you how to teach but they can also correct your position. For me, it was like ‘Wow, I’m actually doing that on my bike. I need to place my body like that through a corner, I need to do that with my head and that with my knees.’ It was a good way for me to see myself riding and correct a few things.

I’ve learned on my own and with my friends when I was a kid, by testing things, practicing, and riding all the time after school, during the weekend, and holidays. I'm super pumped today to be able to give all my knowledge to everyone!

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  • 636 1
 I just want to say a big thank you to all the people that have been supporting me through my racing career !! I'll be at some races for sure and shred like a maniac don't worry haha. It's time to leave some space for the younger generation in terms of racing and for me to move on with some new and rad projects within the mountain bike world. It's gonna be damn great and I'm pumped Smile See you soon on my INTO THE GNAR EXPERIENCE, or here, or on Youtube, or on Instagram, or at some races next year, or shredding anywhere, f*ck I'm being tracked down hahahahahaha Smile
  • 12 2
 Best of luck to your next adventure and ride. The best is always the next one!
  • 15 0
 thank you for your dedication man!!! I was racing the EWS Corral (Chile), when you passed me, you were riding your Reign 0 and I told you your bike was my bike's great grandmother, you laughed pretty hard and passed me like a rocket!! good times, keep em up!!!
  • 7 1
 Is there going to be any collaboration with Katrina's training/coaching business?

Couples training done by a couple would be cool. Split off for part of the day, come back together as a group later.
  • 5 3
 Now that all my racing is cancelled I was thinking, heck yeah, this looks cool I'll sign up...but you'll need to help convince somebody to allow Americans into CAN.....
  • 2 1
 Best of luck, Yo. Soon as the border opens we'll be booking a session with you.
  • 3 0
 @RadBartTaylor: You'll have to wait a bit more I think because right now it's hard even for Canadians to go to another province. Some are just totally closed to visitors like the 4 Atlantic ones.
  • 9 1
 Bravo Yoann! Whatever you do is gonna be a hit! Your energy and your enthusiasm are sooo contagious (much better than the COVID!!!)! I wish you the best for this new (ad)venture. Keep up the good work, the smile, the fun, the GNAR!!! Yoann for President! Wink
  • 3 1
 @lRaphl: I supposed to upvote the comment for truth or downvote it for it being unfortunate Smile ? I read something the other day that they don't expect the border to be open before the end of the year....
  • 2 0
 I feel like there is gonna be so much french canadians for the east coast of Canada reaching for you to find the trails in the west and learn from you, en français ! Best of luck Yoann ! that is a great project
  • 5 0
 @eh-steve: this is definitely not gonna happen.....
  • 2 0
 @cool3: NA Just keep Yoann as the amusing, entertaining, fun loving, bad ass guy that totally rips on a MTB; leave the clamoring of politics to others.
  • 40 0
 @RadBartTaylor: Canada must feel like they live in an apartment above a meth lab.
  • 9 1
 @endlessblockades: If I could, I would upvote you many time for this one. Thank you for making my day! Smile
  • 3 0
 for the record i already know of a few folks that are automatic customers. we're coming up there, Yoann!
  • 4 0
 Shit yes @yoannbarelli! Super stoked for you to step back from the pro racing schedule and join the rest of us in low-stress fun-biking land! Looking forward to see what good things your new business brings you.
  • 3 1
 @yoannbarelli do you have a website for your coaching? I’d totally go up north for some instruction
  • 5 1
 I imagine the big value of being coached by someone of this caliber is what you'd learn through directly observing and emulated their subtle movements. I remember handing over my soccer coaching duties to a Brazilian god-of-soccer friend. The kids learned critical little tricks through osmosis that a high-school academic effort would never have been able to teach.
  • 4 0
 Racing was taking too much time away from simply being awesome. Great choice on focusing on the latter. Wink
  • 2 0
 You're a rider who I've always enjoyed watching. Good luck in future ventures. I'm sorry to hear about the knee...I'm dealing with that too right now. We can do it! I know you can with that positive attitude!
  • 1 0
 @lRaphl: what, you dont want us supporting YB in his new venture!? Ok
  • 3 1
 @RadBartTaylor: Hopefully that doesn't happen for a long time.
Y'all need to start listening to the health professionals not the orange monkey.
Washington had 1/3rd of cases last week than BC has had since the start.
Your own country is banning the idiots than didn't listen so why do we need you.
  • 1 0
 Awesome!!! Hope to get out to BC again some day and ride with you.
  • 1 0
 Yoann, I'm so stoked for you! I've wanted to come ride Sea-to-Sky stuff for a while (I'm down in Oregon,) but honestly I'm a little overwhelmed just looking at a map and saying sure, I'll go find some rad stuff- knowing how gnarly a lot of your trails can be. When I'm able to come up I'll definitely look into booking some time with you, if nothing else I know I'd be cracking up the whole time!
  • 2 0
 Thanks for making me smile and laugh so many times. There a few better things that anyone can bring to a sport. Best luck with the new biz!
  • 2 0
 Yoann, it's great to see you happy, mate. I had the pleasure of saying g'day at the 2019 EWS in Tasmania (you'd had a pretty average day from the sounds of it). Your energy and enthusiasm for life back then was as influential as it is now.

Thanks for flying the plant-based, ethical, and environmentally conscious athlete flag high!
It's nice to have somebody like you on the team for the rest of us to appreciate!

p.s. Will definitely come out for a ride when I eventually make it over the ditch to BC.
  • 2 0
 Thanks for inspiring us and keeping the fun in mountain-biking!
  • 1 0
 Ah Yoannn you are exeptional human being and loved for your crazy enthusiasm about life!!!
  • 1 0
 Mate that is so perfect and fabulous that you are listening to your body on a deeper level. That is true self care and you will be so glad you listened in the end!! Cheers!!
  • 1 0
 @TheBearDen: just spoke with someone who knows. Thanks for the heads up.
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 Anyone else read this in Yoann's voice?
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 every single word
  • 3 0
 My internal voice isn't loud enough. Otherwise I would have. Smile
  • 2 0
 My first thought as well. Smile

I watch his videos so much that I immediately read this with a French accent, and loved it.
  • 2 0
 Came to the commeyto write exactly that...
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 Came to the comments to write exactly that...
  • 1 0
 Everytime mate!
  • 1 0
 Yesss. It just feels come-for-table.
  • 49 0
 Cheers Yoann it’s been rad racing with ya, Good luck with the new venture and hope to catch you soon!
  • 4 0
 Get him on the 'cast @wynmasters !
  • 39 1
 "super pumped about slowing down".
yoann even makes relaxing seem exciting. that's next level. love it.
  • 20 1
 Yoann is a unique character, i am sure he will be missed on the EWS scene. But his energy and enthusiasm will be ace in his new venture....Go Yoann....BOOOOM
  • 17 0
 Barelli has Tippie levels of good vibes and is a great ambassador for MTB. I’m confident we’ll be seeing him for a loooong time.
  • 17 0
 Who else read this with a French accent??
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 Me hahaha
  • 10 0
 One of the best dudes in cycling! As much as it sucks to have an injury sideline racing I get the impression more time with the kiddo and less globetrotting would be good!
  • 6 0
 After your business kicks off and you make it through hardest parts of start up, i hope you consider a North American teaching tour. The chances of getting the family up to Whistler so i could ride is almost non existent but an 8hr road trip to a major resort like Killington VT or one of the big VA or NC areas isnt. I would gladly pay a premium for coaching for me and my son if it was somewhere pseudo local. I cant be the only one in this position
  • 10 1
 Will you couch naked?
Asking for a friend..
  • 7 0
 One suggestion for the article - add a link to Yoann's web site. I wanted to look at pricing and more details but can't find a link anywhere
  • 1 0
 Exactly this. I've boycotted Whistler since the mayor went off on O&G. This may be the reason I go back.
  • 4 0
 Yoann, I've always looked forward to, and enjoyed, your contributions here on PB. This seems like a natural evolution for you and how you contribute to the sport. For you, racing is pretty much in the past, but what is in your future is wide open, and I for one think this is a GREAT direction for you to go. Best of luck to you and to your new direction in life. I have no doubt but that you will continue to be a priceless asset to the MTB world.
  • 4 0
 weblink please. I am in. This is exactly what interest me now. After 20+ years in the sport, racing, riding, and now watching my kids start to ride. I would love to re-ignite the passion and invest in myself as a rider. I can't think of anybody (skills, personality, attitude, life stoke) better to learn from. Really exciting Yoann !! Also be great to look forward to something in September/October and a cross Canada road trip !
  • 4 1
 I have so much respect for this decision. It is to benefit other people learning from you and to have less impact on the environment traveling the EWS. There will be more people that know how to ride properly which might equal less people in hospitals! Thanks Yo!
  • 7 0
 Good luck dude
  • 3 0
 Congrats on the new business and the positive attitude toward change! Ideally, I'd ride some gnar then do the trans-bc enduro. Might need some sponsors myself to pull that off though... Smile
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Best of luck to you Yoann! You truly are an inspiration! Bucket list has now been updated to go Into the Gnar with you.
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 @yoannbarelli : Wise decision camarade. Your third ball gave you some good advices Wink

BTW: one question: I`ve never raced and never been on a podium, but can you tell me what`s inside the ``Champagne``bottles? I guess it`s not real Champagne, hopefully, but a sort of mediocre mousseux, hopefully too...

A la tienne!!!
  • 3 0
 Big up! @yoannbarelli. Racing is not everything, but being able to rip on in life is close to everything.
Will miss you in the EWS, in my book you won the "stoked award" on many stages.
  • 3 0
 @yoannbarelli I can't wait until everything mellows out and I can figure out when to schedule a ride with you. This will be a great venture for you and the riding community as a whole!
  • 3 0
 I’m not surprised ews racers struggle to make a living. It has a much smaller live audience and broadcast audience than other parts of the sport. It’s why rally drivers don’t earn the same as f1 drivers
  • 2 0
 Sounds like a good call to hang up the racing. Bummer about his injury, I recall it happened when he was just goofing around. Good to see him moving into coaching role instead of just an influencer doing little more than pushing product for personal gain. I'm sure lots of peeps will benefit from his stoke and talent.
  • 3 0
 I ave watched you for a decade and am with you throughout the new experience. Respect to the future and staying with 2wheels1love
  • 2 0
 I injured my meniscus back in December, and it's been a rubbish recovery as knees are so fiddly. Some days the 'click' is so bad that I have to waddle around like a penguin, some days I can't feel it at all.
  • 1 0
 Knee is so unpredictable... Keep it in good shape as long as you can!
  • 4 0
 One of the good guys, I'm sure you'll make a big success of it. @yoannbarelli
  • 5 0
 It hard to be the world's fastest man with three balls
  • 1 0
 So this article just changed my life. I don't think my body position is terrible but my legs would alway tire on the downhill and I knew something was a bit off. Tried hinging more at the hips today and it felt SO weird at first but completely changed my riding. Less tired. More control. Simply amazing!
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 Yoann you are one of the classiest guys out there, and you make me laugh with any of your videos man, and what a sense of humour. I remember watching your video showing us how you hurt your knee, and it was like wow all it took was such a little mistake to trash your knee, but I could feel your pain because I hurt my right knee as well so I know the feeling. I wish you the very best in all your endevours my friend, and I know that you will do very well.
  • 1 0
 Into the gnar bro. Take a ride on The full Yankee Doodle in prescott, The triple h ride in Sedona and the rocky fun of seven springs outside of cave creek. Then go ride goat camp on a single speed rigid bike. So gnar bro.
  • 1 0
 That Mexico trail looked very difficult - Barelli is a smasher. Noticing his hand position all the way in the end of the grips, it’s like if you’ve ever seen kendo fighters, they wrap their pinkie finger around the bottom of the sword. Best of luck with the coaching guiding business.
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 "When you’re engaged, it’s as if you would do a squat. You basically put your butt back, then you bend your knees and you hinge at the waist." @yoanbarelli this just made such a difference to my ride this morning! Thanks!
All the best with the coaching. You're a great guy for the sport.
  • 3 0
 Yoann it was sooo awesome to meet you every year in Finale at the EWS! I wish you all the best for your future, ad maiora!
  • 6 1
 Thanks for all the fish.
  • 4 0
 Seriously stoked about this idea! Booking soon
  • 4 2
 I’m not one for coaching etc usually, but I would definitely spring for getting a session from YB. Dude is a legend and seems like a lot of fun to spend the day with.
  • 1 0
 Good luck @yoannbarelli , Easily the most positive pro mountain biker out there. Im sure whatever you do will be a sucess. Just remember and keeping letting us see Jaxon in the vids.
  • 1 0
 @yoannbarelli - I've had to cancel my B.C trip in August because of Covid-19 but when it's back on I'll definitely join you for an Into The Gnar Experience in Squamish!
  • 1 0
 Good Luck my friend! Happens to us all and this looks like the right decision for you. I enjoy your videos so I Ould guess you are are gonna be great mentor...
  • 1 0
 Legend! Good idea mate, cant be easy to make the decision to pull the pin. Timing is everything I hope this does really well, I'm sure it will.
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 Si je traverse l'Atlantique, je sais où iront mes sous ! ☆☆☆
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 how many of you read his comments with a french accent....
  • 1 0
 Damn!! This guy is so cool that I started to consider to buy Commensal to be at least little like him. SUPER great man.
  • 1 0
 Good call. Good luck to you dude. Got a similar knee issue and its no fun.
  • 1 0
 Rad dude! Good luck onwards, if I ever make it over to Whistler I'm def getting coaching from you!
  • 1 0
 It sounds better if you read it in a French accebt
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 Time to plan a trip to Canada when borders open.
  • 1 0
 It will be amazing to do a gnat experience with the tasman devil
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 Cant take the heat then get out the kitchen ahhahahah
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 Alors "merde"
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