Video: What Were You Doing When You Were 10?

Oct 10, 2013 at 14:00
Oct 10, 2013
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I know what I was doing, playing tennis in Toronto, Ontario, with absolutely no conceptualization of mountain biking, British Columbia, hucks, or creek gaps. What were YOU doing at 10?


Seth Sherlock however; he is shredding bikes at 10, not just riding or following dad down A-line, Seth is ripping. Well ripping downhill, we still need to help him with his bike on the steep climbs.


-Landry sherpa-ing for Seth

I have been riding with Seth, and his Dad, Steve for a few years now, back when Seth was… even smaller. I have had the opportunity to watch Seth progress over the last year or two, with half envy, wishing I grew up in B.C. and half amazement, wishing I was that rad, and composed at 10 (or even 20). The envy is something most people will be able to identify with, growing up in arguably the ‘Mountain bike Capitol of Canada’ [sorry Rossland, pretty sure we stole your trademark], in a mountain bike family with parents that support their son’s passion. The Sherlock’s are not hockey parents though; they encourage Seth but don’t push him. They support him, but do not live vicariously through him; Steve is one of the ‘OG’ Whistler snowboarders and has a multitude of his own crazy adventures and stories. If you're waiting in the bottom shuttle lot in Squamish, Steve will stop and offer you a ride to the top, piling bikes on bikes and people on top of those bikes to maximize the stoke.


Soon after riding with Seth he would start to ask me about gnarly lines I had built around town. Wondering what speed you needed for this gap, or what the run out was like for that rock line. At first I didn’t take these inquiry’s too seriously, thinking that he was just curious, Seth however was serious; wanting to know the beta so he could give them a go. Seth also started training with Kovarik racing, chasing the gnarliest guy in Whistler around every Saturday has its benefits. Quickly Seth started to knock those lines and features off, asking for more info on the harder lines. Once Seth started to ask about The Collective’s creek gap, we knew that we needed to shoot a piece with him.

-Seth on Derek Dix's mega rock line Mossoleum

We collaborated with Whistler Creek Productions, a stud crew of seasoned vets, both on the snow and in the hustle and bustle of the Vancouver film industry. Whistler Creek is a collaborative consisting of Stu Andrews, Shin Campos, Mark Gribbon and Paul Watt. If you snowboard you’ll know who they are. Joining us on the Artbarn team was Spencer Craig, Squamish legend and all around slayer. Whether on a bike, skis, snowmobile, crotch rocket, Spencer knows how to get it done. Spencer also grew up in Squamish, him and Seth have been drinking the town tap water (which apparently makes you really good at shredding) their entire life. Joining the team on the post end was Xavier Callamand. Steve Sherlock rounded out this Moltley Crue handling an assortment of duties, coach, dad, builder, grip, krafty, and bike Sherpa, even with a shattered arm.


We are really stoked at what Seth managed to throw down, sacking up like a man twice his age, (and height) not once backing down from any of the lines we showed him. Check it out below, I am scared to think of what the next Seth Sherlock edit will consist of #whywouldyoudothatat11 and #holyf$%@12

-Kevin Landry

Special thanks to Spencer Craig and Xavier Callamand
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191 Comments

  • + 154
 This young ripper has a DVO sponsorship if he wants it! Email Ronnie!
  • + 9
 DVO, you rock. Keep chasing little fury like Seth ! It reminds me, in a certain way, an old full page transworld skateboarding ad. The name of the ´lil boy was Ryan Schekler. Another kid´s name which comes to mind is Shawn White, sending big in a pipe as he was just about a meter tall.
I have a 10 yo kid. We're beginning to ride together.
How proud must be his parents! Seth, you rock!
  • + 3
 This would be awesome! Seth get on it dude!
  • + 34
 If Seth doesn't email you, Can I? I act like a 10 year old?
  • + 4
 Well I didn't expect to see that! Props guys!
  • + 1
 @whatthehell...but can you ride like THIS 10 year old? Wink
  • + 0
 when i was 10... i went to school during the regular school hours mon-fri 8:30-2pm. On top of that, my mom made me do figure skating (3-5pm tue/thu), my dad signed me up for self-defense classes at the community centre (3-5pm mon/wed), and I took the evening tutorial school for math & sci from 6-8pm (mon-fri). On the weekends, I had piano (sat/sun 10am-11am, then free practice in the rental room. my dad also arranged for my play dates with a few daughters of his coworkers. Friday after school, I had band until 4pm, and then my English tutor would come to our house around 6pm (but he was usually late). After dinner, I had to empty the garbage and wash the dishes (only wed-sun). I won some trophies at the competitive figure skating for my age group. I was Level 9 in the aquatic program at Minoru. I was Level 8 with the RCM for classical piano. ---No, I am not Asian... I'm just a caucasian girl born in the wrong city (Vancouver). This continued until Grade 8. By then, a second language tutorial school was added on top of my schedule that I had no control over. My dad also signed me up for VolWeb (volunteering). Grade 10, I had a bit of a break. I'd gotten the certificates for my extracurricular skills, enough to compete with the Asian kids for university, so no more swimming skating or that stuff. Piano was also complete--maxed with RCM. But....I turned 16. That meant I had to start working and contributing every month to the family budget. I was also still in the tutorial schools for math & sci, and my second language. If you guys want pics of my certs and awards, they're available. I've turned 27 this year. I never learned how to ride a bike. I drive a pretty nice car, which I own. I have a mortgage on my own house, and no husband. I do have a Master's degree, and I am in middle management Smile The moral of this story is: People who missed out on childhood experiences, don't be ashamed or embarrassed. Society has no right to stereotype us. We just weren't able to make time for the little things.
  • + 0
 all the overworked youth/adults/kids out there reading this page: biking is one hobby. I know that most of you didn't have a chance to choose your own hobbies, and by the time you had freedom---you either weren't interested anymore, or you no longer had the time. don't let these people put you down. look at what you've achieved. list them all out and sure, you might not be able to ride bikes like that 10 year old, or you might not be able to ride a bike at all (like me). But stop and think, what did that boy not accomplish? everyone's good at different stuff. Read my list above. If my parents went out and put up a blog filled with vids of MY talents....that blog would need several different sections Smile If your parents went out and put up a blog filled with vids of YOUR talents.... how many sections will it have? Be proud of yourself. Anybody try to put me down, SHAME ON YOU. Congrats to that biker kid though. Nice one talent and nice followers. It's nice that your parents let you embrace your hobbies. I know mine didn't Smile What would I have wanted to do? I have no clue.
  • + 1
 @DVOSuspension can you sponsor me?
  • + 125
 Well guys, 8 years younger than me and probably sends bigger sh*t than me. Kid killed my vibe..
  • + 28
 I have been mountain biking twice as long as he has been alive. If you put all my biggest hits into one video it might look like that... Except I am not 10... And I have been riding for 20 years... Ugg...
  • + 12
 I think this is great, but this kid has a pretty big advantage! He lives in, basically, the mountain bike capital of the world!!! I think his talent is great but he also has a major advantage over many riders, that is, his environment. When I was ten, I was just learning to bunnyhop and used to do small dirt jumps in a wash behind my house. I think I learned to jump when I was 7 or 8 though. I remember being asked by a group of guys who were doing bmx jumps, "You want to try". I looked at my mom and she said go ahead. I did jumps with them for two years and fast forward 7 years later and I'm building jumps with friends and I'm in mtb.
  • - 46
flag fade-to-black (Oct 10, 2013 at 18:11) (Below Threshold)
 yo guys! if you think this kid is good I rode with him in the summer on the chainless aline race, trust me when i say there are many kids that are 2-3 years old and sending backflips in Squamish!
  • + 64
 Ummm.... I don't think there is 2-3 year olds sending flips buddy.
  • + 16
 older hahha
  • + 84
 when I was ten I couldn't afford a bike like that
  • + 26
 The kid rips. Period. Enough of the sour grapes re: affording a bike / living in Squamish.
  • + 4
 when I was 10 I didn't know how to ride a bike... (well learned when I was 9 but pretty much the same)
  • + 8
 Unbelievable talent, wish I was that good when I was 10....and I'm still not anyway near close! Keep sending it dude, huge props
  • - 28
flag chyu (Oct 11, 2013 at 0:08) (Below Threshold)
 I'm at his age. I still believe kissing cause pregnancy and wondering whats the white white thing in my panties.
  • + 2
 @alecArmanetti

True he has the advantage of the terrain and accessibility but that doesn't make him automatically be able to ride it. His skills are what they are because his a machine. However I do wish i had the same opportunity at that age. Cant argue that this kids has some damn good skills.
  • + 1
 when I was 10 bikes like that didn't even exist we had BMX and ten speeds and that is what I used to teach other taught kids how to ride through the woods after watching return of the jedi wishing to be like biker scouts. I noticed that the gear shift flip levers on ten speeds looked like the flip levers on the speeder bikes in the movie so eventually I swapped a straight pole for the ugly ten speed bull horn handlebars and beach cruiser tires for the skinnies and created an early version of a mountain bike. not long after I started seeing my creation being mass produced in the LBS and it grew from there I didnt and still dont care about who took credit im just glad to see it was being done:-)
  • + 3
 just put a big SMILE on my face!!!!! Keep on riding
  • + 3
 pretty sure I was playing with my Matt Hoffman finger bike and my Bucky Lasek Tech Deck and pretending I could do this kind of stuff not actually doing it. My ten year old self has been put to shame
  • + 1
 I can't even imagine what this kid will be doing 10 years from now.....you'll be seeing him at Rampage in a few years.....
  • + 0
 @slidways
For sure! He has great talent and some major guts! Although, I believe that if some of us grew up in the same area or had accessibility to that type of riding(at that age)that we would be really good aswell. Again though, he is a great rider and does things that many riders can't or won't do.
  • - 2
 The next Stevie Smith right here
  • + 32
 That crash was gnarly, anyone know if the little dude is okay?
  • + 36
 They posted the clip up before and it seems like he was just fine... kids just bounce anyways. They're made of rubber and bones made of quick-drying cement.

It's funny they mention Bourdo because I'm pretty sure they're the same height Wink

I'm calling this kid gets the world record for biggest jump or drop one day because he was hitting some gnarly shit including that rock to ladder where the rock was completely covered in moss.
  • + 3
 @beneathmiskin1 Funny you asked that. The last thing you see in the video is: "Seth is OK, and ready for more"
  • + 15
 Ain't nobody got time for credits!
  • + 46
 I'm fine man, no worries
  • + 1
 Word! Do you plan on trying that gap again?
  • + 23
 I'm planning on hitting it on next summer's edit.
  • + 2
 Way to go, Seth!
  • + 4
 Seth, you rock man! Inspirational, even to a 40+ year "young" person like me. Thanks.
  • - 2
 Yeah nice riding! kill trail! the next time you hit that creek gap just go all gas no brakes then I'm pretty sure that you got it. plus i think over clearing gaps is better then casing it nice try still. have you landed it before? was that just first try on film so you fell on accident well anyways that was really close you should keep doing big hits.maybe get a neck brace just incase cuz you never know when you will need it ya know.
  • + 1
 how much travel does he have? Looks like only about 100mm!
  • + 1
 seth, follow zink into the canyon gap
  • + 1
 6 inches in the front and the back @duckcrisps
  • + 31
 It's decided, I stopped the bike and I start knitting.
  • + 12
 I wonder what he looks like on a 29er.
  • + 9
 Probably like he's riding a penny farthing.
  • + 5
 26 is already pretty big for that smurf
  • + 10
 Some of those trails were in NWD a few years ago and now a kids riding them like no big thing. Shows the sports gonna get nuts!
  • + 1
 I rode some of these trails for the first time two summers ago and video does NOT do them justice. Major fear factor droping into some of that shit!! This kid has a seriously cool head to hit those lines at his age. Beyond impressive.
  • + 9
 That was pretty amazing, hopefully we'll see more of this kid in the future!
  • + 8
 Rampage champ 2021!
  • + 2
 Why not sooner? Haha we'll see
  • + 2
 Why It's elementary, Watson! (hint: look at his last name)
  • + 5
 that was a terrible joke
  • + 0
 I give it a 3/10
  • + 2
 I give it a flat 0.
  • + 2
 More PUN-ishment for the mortal race!
  • + 5
 Yes, finally a great kid who wears shoulder protection. It makes me angry when those kids ride in the bikepar and think they are like Sam Hill, who is the very cool, and wear only a helmet and a neck brace. But you have it understand! Wear protection ride like a young pro and don't get hurt that much. The time you spend in the hospital is a time without riding your bike. So ride on Downhill is the best sport, but you shouldn't die because you want to be that cool and don't wear protection.
  • + 9
 That was the true definition of "casing" a landing. Hope he is all good.
  • + 3
 That's what I rarely refer to as stacking a landing
  • + 7
 He's just making sure the bash guard is working properly.
  • + 7
 I'm sorry that my parents never spent 3000 dollars on bikes for me when i was ten
  • + 13
 Bourdon's used bike. Didn't cost $3000. But compared to Hockey equipment, lessons, powerskating and tournaments all year a used bike is cheap.
  • + 1
 Exactly... Most of the people complaining about the cost of a bike are probably entitled kids annoyed that their parents didn't buy them a nice bike. But they probably paid for hockey, or soccer, or music lessons, or school trip, or iphone/ipad, or xbox/ps3, or... This kid gets to ride. Cool...

As a parent I can say--kids are expensive, one way or another.
  • + 1
 Same here, when I was 10 (in 1997), I was riding a hardtail with rigid fork and noname components. Moreover:
1. Bikes like this one didn't even exist in 1997
2. I was living in eastern Europe and none of the shops were selling any full suspension mountain bikes.
3. Even if they were, a bike like that was probably worth more than what my dad earned in a year.
  • + 3
 My wife and I rode up the chair at whistler in 2012 with Seth and his dad. The topic of his Intense came up, and its "Bourdo" pedigree.
We had a good laugh about how Robbie might be one of the only pro's who would actually ride a bike small enough to have a 10yr old fit it! (no offence to ya, Rob!)
Great riding, Seth!
  • + 3
 Beautiful video. When I was ten, jumping bikes was ramp to flat ground. Evil Kenivel was our hero. In 1974, I got a Yamaha Moto bike. Full suspension BMXer I rode for a few years. Like most motobikers, I cracked the frame. The ramp was a piece of plywood supported by bricks. I went over 4 prone friends, 4 bicycles and 6 tin trash cans. When I hit the street, the frame snapped but I didn't crash. It held together but it died a warriors death. I missed that "in the air" feeling until I discovered mountain bikes in 1992.
  • + 4
 Sounds kinda fishy to me.
  • + 5
 the future of mountain biking is in good hands! just think what he will be doing in 10 years. wow!
  • + 3
 I didn't have a bike til 13 (flea market), 1st Mtn bike @ 36 (lay away) fell in love with riding too late. This kid got sponsorship written all over him! You'll be an inspiration for my 10 yr old!
  • + 2
 seth sherlock has great parents i don't know how many children they have but they are bringing theirs up right i think. you do the best you can for your children some ain't so lucky so bring yours up right and give them a happy life and they will do the same for their children too and hopefully make this world a better place to live in.
  • + 2
 NAPALMJEFF thank you for your nice comment... you hit the nail on the head. Seth's happy place is on his bike and as parents, that's all you want for your kids!
  • + 1
 I was riding rigid BMX bikes down fire roads and jumping them over $hit. LOL Try and tell a Teen or pre-Teen you can ride some downhill with a rigid, you'd have a better chance of convincing the US Gov to balance the budget or agree on any topic. I know they were asking a real question, I just felt like answering.
  • + 1
 Dad take on the video: I guess I'm a dad first, and a mountain biker second, because despite that kid's obvious skill I think it's irresponsible parenting to allow someone his age to ride trails that dangerous and difficult. Judgment is key when assessing risk, and a 10-year-old simply isn't equipped mentally to make certain decisions.

Mountain biker take on the video: Damn, that kid can ride!
  • + 1
 This kid is impressive, his air control and confidence is insane! I can't wait for those muscles to develop so he has just a little more bike control on the rougher terrain, but SICK! I wish I could count my hang time in minutes... Frown
  • + 1
 Kid has amazing riding skills. My helmet's off to him. When I was 10, I was riding a frankenbike 20" bike pained crap brown with a banana seat on it in a trailer park. We jumped ditches and make ramps out of planks of wood and cinder blocks... Definitely nowhere near what this kid is doing.
  • + 5
 that was sick and a gnarly crash at the end
  • + 1
 Kids are both fearless and careful, safe in the world they are in and open to all that is possible. Seth isn't his bike, his jersey or even the massive jump that he cased. He is in action! He's doing it... Whatever "it" is. He's inspiring and exciting. What's so important that you're not out "Seth'ing" your own lines? Don't tell me that it's because your too busy, not enough money, too tired, wrong terrain etc. you're bigger than that!
  • + 1
 man, when i was 10 me and my kid brother set up a ramp in the driveway using timber pallets. the run up was through the pub car park and upon landing you had to steer sharp left or go into the conifer hedge. my brother crossed up in the air and didnt straighten up! bang! trip to A&E. we were riding some poxy bike with a basket on the back but thought we were cool. kids like seth means you know the future of mtb is bright and gnarly!!! aim for the top man.
  • + 1
 all the overworked youth/adults/kids out there reading this page: biking is one hobby. I know that most of you didn't have a chance to choose your own hobbies, and by the time you had freedom---you either weren't interested anymore, or you no longer had the time. don't let these people put you down. look at what you've achieved. list them all out and sure, you might not be able to ride bikes like that 10 year old, or you might not be able to ride a bike at all (like me). But stop and think, what did that boy not accomplish? everyone's good at different stuff. Read my list above. If my parents went out and put up a blog filled with vids of MY talents....that blog would need several different sections Smile If your parents went out and put up a blog filled with vids of YOUR talents.... how many sections will it have? Be proud of yourself.

Anybody try to put me down, SHAME ON YOU.

Congrats to that biker kid though. Nice one talent and nice followers. It's nice that your parents let you embrace your hobbies.
I know mine didn't Smile What would I have wanted to do? I have no clue.
  • + 1
 when i was 10... i went to school during the regular school hours mon-fri 8:30-2pm. On top of that, my mom made me do figure skating (3-5pm tue/thu), my dad signed me up for self-defense classes at the community centre (3-5pm mon/wed), and I took the evening tutorial school for math & sci from 6-8pm (mon-fri). On the weekends, I had piano (sat/sun 10am-11am, then free practice in the rental room. my dad also arranged for my play dates with a few daughters of his coworkers. Friday after school, I had band until 4pm, and then my English tutor would come to our house around 6pm (but he was usually late). After dinner, I had to empty the garbage and wash the dishes (only wed-sun). I won some trophies at the competitive figure skating for my age group. I was Level 9 in the aquatic program at Minoru. I was Level 8 with the RCM for classical piano. ---No, I am not Asian... I'm just a caucasian girl born in the wrong city (Vancouver). This continued until Grade 8. By then, a second language tutorial school was added on top of my schedule that I had no control over. My dad also signed me up for VolWeb (volunteering). Grade 10, I had a bit of a break. I'd gotten the certificates for my extracurricular skills, enough to compete with the Asian kids for university, so no more swimming skating or that stuff. Piano was also complete--maxed with RCM. But....I turned 16. That meant I had to start working and contributing every month to the family budget. I was also still in the tutorial schools for math & sci, and my second language. If you guys want pics of my certs and awards, they're available.

I've turned 27 this year. I never learned how to ride a bike. I drive a pretty nice car, which I own. I have a mortgage on
my own house, and no husband. I do have a Master's degree, and I am in middle management Smile

The moral of this story is: People who missed out on childhood experiences, don't be ashamed or embarrassed. Society has no right to stereotype us. We just weren't able to make time for the little things.
  • + 1
 Is it just me... But when I see kids like this just absolutely bashing it I can't help but have the thought that I have been riding a bike three times longer than he has even been alive, therefore it is reasonable to believe that I should be charging even harder. It is thoughts like that that have made me so familiar to places like Whistler Health Care Centre, Canmore General hospital, Elk Valley Hospital and Rockyview General Hospital. lol. Keep charging Seth! You are an inspiration to kids and 35 year olds everywhere.
  • + 1
 Just realized how much my ability after over 30 years of riding every kind of bike I could get my hands on completely sucks compared to kids these days... That was completely mental... Seriously, for a ten year old too... Wasn't that T Vanderham's creek gap at the end he tried...?

Well played Seth, well played.
  • + 1
 soooo I was about to write "This kid has some serious balls" but after that crash I'm not so sure about that any more.
still, he leaves me wondering why I need a Big Bike for Wink
  • + 1
 Epic effort and skills. Beats what most 10 year olds spend their time doing (just playing xbox) and sitting at home. I have and never will ride that well. I am 30 and very jelous to say the least. Nice one and all the best.
  • + 2
 Wow, man this kid can really shred. Pretty inspiring edit too I thought - made me really wanna go out and ride and push my own limits a bit. Wish I was as good as him!
  • + 3
 Absolute hucker, rode with him and the kovariks this summer. Great kid, hope he doesn't get hurt sending so big at that age.
  • + 1
 i've seen that roll in at 1:10. i looked down it. kinda like the freight train roll in at whistler except sketchy!

this kid shreds. wish i found mountainbiking before i was 10!
  • + 4
 I got 35 years on him, and he just makes me wanna go harder!
  • + 3
 Ridiculous, buddy.

At ten years old, I was riding the SONIC 6!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoWSMT2Bb40
  • + 3
 The only thing that came to my minds watching this: My life sucks and that kid is FREAKING-LY better than me D:
  • + 3
 Don't think I've ever enjoyed a pinkbike video more. Brilliant!!! Hope he's ok after that stack at the end.
  • + 1
 Back in 1975 when I was 10, I was kick'n it old school on my Apollo 10 spd, which I paid $100 for. Me and my peeps were kill'n it off a wooden ramp get'n like, 10 inches of air. I wish they had go pros back then.
  • + 2
 Get ready for another unbelievable decade of progression and innovation in our bikes, our skills and all our tricks. Seth, stay healthy and shred.
  • + 1
 I was dirt jumping, I didn't even know what downhill was. However, if I grew up in Squamish, I might be riding like that more often.
  • + 3
 Certainly not riding stuff like this!
  • + 1
 Nice job Seth... you're owning it! Hope my son is half as good as you when he's 10. At what age did you start riding the park? Any advice for little aspiring rippers?
  • + 2
 Yeah, I started biking at 4 without training wheels, then my parents put me into this bike camp called DFX at whistler. I was able to ride easy does it by the end of the year. So I started riding park at 4. Then I did DFX for a few more years then I did some BMXing. I'm still in DFX now.
  • + 2
 Mainly just keep shredding everyday and just enjoy it and it'll be easy. Growing up in Squamish isn't bad either, haha. Btw *started park at 5
  • + 1
 Thanks Seth! you're an inspiration to my son Rex (6 yrs old) who watched your video about 20 times last night. Then this morning the first thing he wanted to do was watch it again :-) Keep shredding!
  • + 1
 All I was thinking, was that this is the stuff that Wade Simmons wowed us with, when freeriding was being cultivated... so cool to see such young blood sending it.
  • + 2
 Very nice. This kid is 9 still on 24" www.pinkbike.com/video/335111
  • + 1
 Very good this young boy, this will be a result of a promising pilot for DH racing, that's how it starts to form a good pilot DH, congratulations for this kid ...
  • + 2
 I assume this is what 29er DH videos will look like if it ever comes to that. The bike is basically dwarfing that kid.
  • + 2
 I was gonna say how much better he is than me but then i realized hes probably better than almost everyone commenting!
  • + 2
 C'mon you are joking. This was Robby Bourdon and not a ten year's old kid...RESPECT!!!
  • + 4
 I quit biking.
  • + 2
 or quit watching videos......
  • + 3
 this is leaving better kids to our planet
  • + 1
 Does anybody know if this kid sounds like James Earl Jones when he talks? Just wondering, since it seems like he's got HUGE balls!
  • + 3
 i sure wasnt doing that. this kids a shredder
  • + 1
 i was just abbot too say hope i lives to see 11, BAMMM end of Video, hope you're OK little dude, we go BIG we go down BIG. Wink
  • + 1
 Sick to see this lil shredder on an Intense Cycles. Kid rips! Going to be rad up incomer to watch. Stoked to see this video. Way to go Seth keep it going.
  • + 1
 wow...the people I look to for riding inspiration keep getting younger and younger...good to see that kind of talent being nourished.
  • + 3
 this kid frikin shreds!!!
  • + 1
 sick riding. that kid shreds. hope the success doesnt go to his head like it did to messere. i dont want anouther cunt who can out ride me
  • + 2
 This kid makes me feel like i ride like crap im just going to start scootering
  • + 1
 when i was 10, it was miami hoppers, boomerangs, cherry pickers, 8 ft quarters.....now my son is 8 and it's whips and drifts....love it!
  • + 1
 The kids pretty good but his parents must be minted for him to have all those bikes.
  • + 1
 that's bananas. I tried to jump a stump about a foot high when I was about 10 and shattered my elbow.
  • + 1
 When i was 10 i was playing with ma dick in the sand and i was trying a bar spin and at 11 i did ma first bar spin
  • + 1
 Amazing riding fo a 10 year old! I wish I could ride like that! Keep it up kid!
  • + 2
 Represent Squamish!! yay keep shredding and doing what you love!!
  • + 2
 My Huffy at 10 would not have lasted long in that terrain
  • + 1
 Well, now I know where all those XS bike jersey's end up when they go on sale. Simply inspiring little man, keep it up!
  • + 1
 He can't even push his bike up the damn hill he's flying down! This kid sends it!
  • + 1
 when i was 10 i was riding a bike my dad got me a swap meet. It was not a intense...
  • + 2
 i hope he's okay. damn this video make me like a loser
  • + 2
 Wow DVO wants to sponsor him!?!!! Kids life just changed
  • + 1
 Well when I was 10..... I definitely didn't have a bike like that! Supercycle shreddin'!
  • + 1
 Wish my mom would have let me go shred trails when I was 10! Lucky kid. With some incredible skills
  • + 1
 When I was 10 I was dreaming about a shitty hardtail and how much work I had to do to buy it...
Fortunate kid yeah?
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 "What Were You Doing When You Were 10?"

Wondering why white goo was coming out of me. :/
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 I know pure talent when I see it, this kid has got it. Keep it up the gnar lil dude! Mad props!
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 This kid rips! I see World Cups in your future.
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 or rampage trophies Cool
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 Props lil man , keep sendin it!
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 Like bender but smaller younger and has bigger balls than most humans , proportionately speaking that is.
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 Rode with this kid in whistler and I was amazed when I saw him easily keep up with and be faster than some of the C4 team, he is fast and talented!
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 Nice!!! Big bollocks for a little kid expect to see him in the near future sherdding down some big ass mountain.
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 Where can I buy myself one of these?
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 yoooo little buddy, we have to ride some time!
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 someone give this kid a proper fitting jersey
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 They prob do make em small enough...lol
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 He's rocking a pressure suit, it needs to be big.
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 This kid is going to be big someday. Guaranteed.
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 oh me oh my!! im not gunna lie, but this kid will learn to fly!
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 When I was ten... I didn't even own a bike
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 I was 10 in '67 and we would destroy our Stingrays on 2 foot ramps.
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 Is that the gap Super T broke himself on in NWD?
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 Nevermind, saw the end of the video.
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 I suck.
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 shit i was building jumps at the empty lot when i was 10.
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 tires are almost as big as he is!!
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 Wut? How? Man... OK FINE. Good job kid!
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 This kid just makes me stoked on the generations to come!
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 eating frootloops
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 ..
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 Damn !!! ... the kid it's great, kill me please :'(
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 so where is robbie bourdon these days?
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 is he ok? after that fall(the father in me asking...)
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 Rode up on the chair with him at whistler...he was such a rad kid.
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 Seth, that was a sweet move from crack to wet moss and no brake lock !
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 THIS KID OWNS AND ITS INCREDIBLE FOR THE SPORT. NEXT GEN AT ITS BEST .
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 Just amazing...
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 I think he needs wider bars. Great riding.
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 the next bearclaw
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 or Stevie Smith!!!!
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 Keep shreddin' big man!
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 nice edit
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 Lucky...
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 YEAH SETH!!
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 nice nice nice Smile
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 so stoked for this kid.
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 who knows this song??
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 Wishing I was him!!!!
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 Ya seth your shredding
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 Holy Crap!
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 Wow that was awesome!
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 What is this song?
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 Trouble by some band that I forget the name of. I'm pretty sure it's in the credits.
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 Thanx.I got it.
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 hey seth nice job but i have a question were is that gap
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 u have 2 find it yourself!!!
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