The Brett Rheeder Story: Fighting Back and Looking Forward – Video

Feb 7, 2018
by Official Crankworx  

We started at the beginning, covered his rise to the top, the move west, and his triumph on the sport’s biggest stage. What comes next? When you’ve won nearly everything there is to win, it’s actually pretty simple: you fight to win them again.

We’re stoked to share the final instalment of The Brett Rheeder Story, covering the battles that made 2017 one of the most epic in the history of Slopestyle, and Rheeder's continuing journey to the top.

Photo Fraser Britton
Back on the bike and back on his game at the Crankworx Les Gets Slopestyle in 2017. Photo: Fraser Britton

In This Episode:
Follow Brett Rheeder as he comes back from injury, settles into his newfound confidence, sets some new goals, and looks to the future of the sport of slopestyle, and his role in it.

Catch up with Part 1 HERE and Part 2 HERE.

Photo Fraser Britton
Photo Fraser Britton
The sweet feeling and taste of victory. Photos: Fraser Britton

This video was produced with TELUS STORYHIVE, supporting compelling, original storytelling in BC and Alberta by providing funding to creators to produce content on the screen, training to maximize their potential and exposure to new audiences.

A huge thank you to TELUS and, of course, to Brett for letting us into his world and trusting us to tell his story.

Photo Fraser Britton
Photo: Fraser Britton


  • + 21
 Nyquist is this weird combination of super-experienced competitor and a dude riding a mountain bike for the first time... It's pretty funny to watch someone consistently pull 720's then have adjusting the compression knob on a fork blow their mind. no judgement - that's the sort of thing that likely keeps him young and competitive.
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 When do we get to see the trails at the new house?
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 I’m an older guy. Got into Mtb later in life. I’m in awe of the slopestyle discipline. I know there’s no way I’ll ever be able to learn this discipline. DH yes I do that. Technical trail riding? Sure. Always working on our skills. But slopestyle??? Wouldn’t even know where to begin. Any of these athletes are simply on a preternatural level as far as I’m concerned. Rheeder is definitely one of the best. I like these more in-depth stories as well. Keep em coming.
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 i personally have met brett rheeder in vernon at my home town trails and i can say brett has the best social skills i've ever seen of any pro mountain biker. he is by far the best rider in the history books of mountain biking.
  • + 5
 Seriously enjoyed this series!
  • + 5
 More of these please. Thanks PB
  • + 4
 That 26 is LIT!
  • + 1
 For a second I thought he lost both his legs, this is no footed can-can is really extended
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 OK I'll say it........his mom is hot !
  • + 0
 First a new Semenuk video. Shortly after a Rheeder post.
Coincidence? I think not.
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flag RedBurn (Feb 7, 2018 at 8:03) (Below Threshold)
 Lets see which of the 2 next comments gets the most (positive) props:
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flag RedBurn (Feb 7, 2018 at 8:04) (Below Threshold)
 Rheeder > Semenuk
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flag RedBurn (Feb 7, 2018 at 8:04) (Below Threshold)
 Semenuk > Rheeder
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 it's a bold strategy, lets see if it pays out
  • + 27
 RedBurn = NegRep
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 @AllMountin: "The smaller he gets the cuter he is!" *Waves out the plane window*
  • + 0
 One for the youngsters...
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 @colincolin: Rheeder super cool calm collected video again!! It’s awesome to see inside the mind of my favorite pro mountain biker... and being up to the Kelowna/Vernon, BC area makes parts of those videos all the more REAL!!!! It’s RAD!!!

Rheeder, you’ve made the right move from Ontario to BC!!!! Smile
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 Thumbs up!
  • - 1
 Seminak lite

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