Video: High-Speed Freeride On Dreamline

May 15, 2018
by Arthur Chambre  


Living the dream is something, riding the dream is something else. Olivier Cuvet and Antoine Buffart got the opportunity to live and ride the dream all winter long in the warm Queenstown summer.

Arthur Chambre was so jealous that he flew all the way from France for a month in order to enjoy some warm days outside and capture the craziness of these two bad boys. Check out what happened when this trio gets to ride the dream on Dreamline!


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Classic turn down for Antoine.

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Olivier warming up with an SSG Indian Air.

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Dropping into the lake.

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Rainy cannonball. You need to repeat your tricks before the big show kids!


Link to our Instagram accounts : Arthur Chambre Photographie - Antoine Buffart - Olivier Cuvet


34 Comments

  • + 46
 double suicide? that guy is dead as f*ck
  • + 2
 So he's back from the Dead then.
  • + 2
 Should a double suicide be called a clap?
  • + 1
 Haha love this comment
  • + 5
 Proper dead
  • - 2
 IMO it looks weird
  • + 30
 All those ninja moves.... I'm aroused and I don't even like karate
  • + 15
 Good god those jumps are huge, would like to think I would hit them if I went but in reality would probably piss myself coming into that first massive lip after the step down
  • + 18
 They have that "They looked smaller in the videos" effect once you see them in person too.
Mostly the last step down - that is the craziest shit I have seen irl.
  • + 9
 @Clarkeh: "irl" - dam i must be getting old. But at least I figured it out.
  • + 6
 A two minute video with two minutes of dope riding. Am I dreaming? Thank you!!!
  • + 3
 SO. DAMN. SICK.

But is it freeride when it's on machinebuilt park trails though?

I'd just call it sick park riding. Or long travel slopestyle technically speaking Razz . I'd say the same about FEST, as totally incredible as the riding is. To me freeride kinda implies making seemingly unreliable shit steezy (dropping into an insane couloir, surfing scree slopes, bender deth drops, even stupid urban gaps...) ...riding a jump line trail is park.

Just words, but in a world where enduro and trail are different categories of mountain biking why not be pedantic about semantics?
  • + 3
 Me-Dude, can you tow me in?
Dude-Sure!
M-Nope, nope, noooopee!
D-What happened?
M-Chickened out. Another shot?
D-Sure. Just follow me. No sweat.
M-Ok, I got this! I got this! I GOT THIS!----- NOPEDY, nope nope. Dammit!
D-Dude?!? Come on! Casey Brown and Vaea Verbeeck did this!
M-Yeah, they are friggin awesome!
  • + 20
 shhhhh just enjoy the video
  • + 1
 Yes! this is the TREWTH right here! I wish I could shred like CB and VV... they some bad @$$ ladies!
  • + 1
 Movie of the Year right there......OFF THE FRICKIN' CHARTS! It is unbelievable to me how many great riders there are on this earth......keep it comin!
  • + 3
 Manual-landings are the coolest moves on earth!
  • + 1
 My 19 month old son thought this video was hilarious, especially the clip starting at 1:02. I laughed so hard I almost cried. Thanks, that was awesome.
  • + 3
 That SSG Indian Air shot is sick. Great video
  • + 3
 its a whip not a turn down
  • + 1
 Dreamline continues to stoke. That one with the Lorde track on the HT? Chubby in the pants.
  • + 1
 Saw "high speed" and a whole bunch of slow motion edits in the video. Still a good watch though!
  • + 2
 Lots a fun to watch, some serious riding. Shred it..
  • + 2
 Movie of the month!
  • + 1
 Awesome video! Those jumps are insane looking. Great riding!!!
  • + 1
 aaaaaawsome! so stylish! nothing too much, nothing too less Wink
  • + 1
 dat landings switching it to manual
  • + 1
 Ohhhh, that nasty at 0:49...... Skillz
  • + 2
 what a time to be alive!
  • + 1
 That last whip was like 120 degrees!!!
  • + 1
 loved it
  • + 1
 WOW!
  • + 1
 SIIIIIIIIIIICK!
  • + 1
 "Buffart" *giggle*

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