The Human Condition: World Record Descent on Mt 7

Nov 4, 2014
by Josh Palmer  
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The human condition is what describes all the unique aspects that make us human. The unalterable, universal traits that make us aware of our own existence and also make us ultimately challenge this existence. When I asked Mark (Kram) Haimes and Reg Mullett what was their motivation was for trying to set the world record for 'Greatest Vertical Descent on a Mountain Bike in 24 Hours' by doing 100 000 feet in 24 hours, Kram's answer made me dig deep and contemplate life on this level.

bigquotesOur intention was never to set a world record that we thought would last. Mount 7 is the last place you would choose if your intention was the biggest possible number. There's no chairlift and it has a steep uphill that added 5180 feet of climbing to our day. The opportunity existed to start something official with Guinness and bring exposure to our sport, so we wanted to set the bar on a track that is notorious for its punishing nature and really defines what DH means to us. It can easily be beaten elsewhere, but we hope to see someone try to take the title where it began; Psychosis on Mt 7. We'll even let you try it in the dry. - Kram

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  The view from the top of Mt.7 is nothing short of spectacular and sets the perfect stage for a challenge of this magnitude.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Reg and Kram both looking clean and confident on top of the world.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson

Meet the Men

-Kram and Reg are both 41
-Reg won masters psychosis in 2007 and 2008 (time of 13:57)with a 11th place overall for both those years.
-Kram placed 13th in pro twice in the early years and 27th in pro against Rennie, Kovarik, Smith and Moreland at the age of 32.
-Reg had a serious injury last year and it was causing problems the whole week leading up to the event.
-Kram calls Squamish home, Reg hangs his hat in Calgary
-Both Reg and Kram are two of the most positive people you will ever meet

Last year Reg and Kram did 40,000 feet on Mount 7 to celebrate their 40th birthdays. A few weeks later Kram came across an article with 2 guys claiming a record for only slightly more than 45,000. So Kram did the logical thing and contacted Guinness to see what the official record was for Vertical Descent on a Mountain Bike in 24hrs and there wasn't one. Guinness did however say that they would honour anything over 50,000 feet. So the idea was spawned.

bigquotesOur original intention was to ride 77,777 feet then skid to a stop and call that the record to honour Mt 7's namesake. You see, 40,000 was a big day, and at least for me, it was starting to hurt quite a bit. So even hitting that number was going to take specific training and applying things we learned from last year's effort. But it seemed reasonable enough so we were going to run with it. When we put up our facebook page to share our plan with our friends a couple of months out, we were informed that Alban Aubert had ridden almost 90,000 feet in only 12 hours in Chatel France. This is a big effort and hats off to Alban. We were disappointed to find that this number could not even be challenged in Whistler since the lifts are not fast enough. You'd spend almost the whole 12 hours on Fitz chair, leaving no time for riding. Even though this wasn't listed with Guinness either, we knew we had to at least beat this number, and the reality of the task that lay ahead sank in. 40,000 on Mt 7 was tough; more than 90,000 was going to be brutal. We had to really intensify our training program. - Kram

Seriously?! 100 000 vertical feet in 24 hours and these madmen CHOSE to do it without lifts, on the original Psychosis Course on Mt. 7 in Golden BC, during a rain storm, in the DARK!

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  And so it begins

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Reg races by to get at least one daylight lap in before things get serious

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  With all the rain the forest was looking lush and green

Wanting to do a few cruiser laps on the Thursday before the big night, the guys ended up having to clear some significant blow-down which left them little time to organize for the next day. A quick nap after breakfast on Friday morning was all the extra sleep Kram and Reg got before dropping in at 8 pm. Mt. 7 had been getting pummeled by cold rain every day leading up to Kram and Reg's ride and anyone who rides Mt. 7 knows how insane it is in the wet. The conditions they started in were bad, but after a couple hours they got even worse. Bitter cold and sideways rain had transformed steep, rooty sections into clay, slip-and-slides, every corner felt like like a death trap. It was all out war on Mt. 7 that night.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Staying hydrated was a big concern. They had to drink so much water that they would take 3 piss stops a lap, anything less and the guys mouths and lips were drying out

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Another lap in the bag only means it's time to get right back in the truck to head to the top

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Load em up

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  The dark isn't so intimidating when each rider is packing 2800 night crushing lumens thanks to Light and Motion

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  ... until the the heavy rain started. And then things got sketchy

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Base camp never stopped buzzing with activity

bigquotesWe dropped in at 8pm Friday for an evening lap without lights required. It was wet and slippery from the heavy rain a few hours earlier, but overall not too bad. The next lap required lights, but we had only fixed a bar mount light, but luckily the 800 lumen Light and Motion light got us to the bottom. We added another 2000 lumens on our heads and set out on lap 3 with the forest lit up, with the intention to blast out fast laps all night while we were fresh to buy us more time when the day drew on and we became exhausted. At least that was the plan.

Conditions were improving slightly and we had high hopes that it would continue that way until the end. A few laps later it was dumping sideways rain and was 2C at the top and not a whole lot warmer at the bottom. We were shivering until about 7 minutes into the track where the hike-a-bike is. It kept on coming and the track was a river of snot. Traction in the steeps was abysmal due to most of the steeps being clay based. We had to leave big gaps between us in case someone went down as there was no way to stop. The frigid temps and the survival mode riding was mentally and physically draining. The goal of 100K was slipping away as lap times increased to over an hour turn around and energy levels were dropping. It was already struggle town by 5am. How were we going to pick up the pace after 11 hours of darkness in these conditions?
- Kram

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  After 12 hours of dark, mud and torture, the sun finally emerges on Mt 7

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Kram was forced to ditch his goggles due to the sloppy conditions resulting in infections, he was forced to take eye drops and flush after every lap

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  No more lights, and the rain began to slow, the vibe was rising, the guys survived their war on Mt. 7

Adding up the Numbers

To help put the time in to perspective, things add up when you x27...
-Taking photos at the top and bottom plus checking the photos to be sure they are ok; messing with video cameras with battery changes and memory changes each lap amounted to about 3 or 4 minutes per lap. This is around 1.5 hours of time that Kram and Reg could have spent riding.
-Getting back to base camp from the end of the trail was 1min, so that's half an hour.
-Stopping to piss and drink water mid lap was about another hour and a half.
-All the messing around, plus the climbing, totals about 5 hours of time spent doing things other than riding down or driving up.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  For the records, Mark and Reg had to have a picture taken at the top and bottom of each lap

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  There is a soul crushing uphill about 1/4 of the way in, along with a few other short uphills. The uphills amount to 5800 feet of pushing over the course of the 24hrs. That's like pushing your bike from Whistler Village to Whistler Peak plus 800 feet more.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Another moment in the constantly changing weather during the challenge.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  The darkness, rain, or fog, often all at the same time were not enough to slow the boys

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Could there possibly be a better shuttle truck then a Ford Raptor? I don't think so...

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Ok well a baja ready Chevy is pretty damn close

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  After a quick wardrobe change into a fresh Race Face kit Reg is all smiles

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  No matter how beaten down you are, there's always room for fun on your bike

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Reg and Kram were so grateful for the hook up from Santa Cruz Bicycles and Race Face, 27 laps and no mechanical issues at all with their V10's, true testament to the brands right there!

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  One of the many pedal sections on the trail, nothing comes easy on Mt. 7

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Kram giving chase with Golden in the background

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  The guys had no major crashes, considering the cold rain, this is incredible!

By 10am conditions improved significantly and the guys were really starting to have fun on their bikes. The relief of making it through the night along with the support of the spectators at the bottom gave them a connection to their bikes that could be felt, they were in the zone...

bigquotesWe were significantly behind schedule. We planned to ride hard all night while we were fresh so that we had time to deal with the exhaustion during the day. We didn't want to ride the day first, leaving us beaten down and struggling at night when we'd rather be sleeping. It seemed like a good plan beforehand, but felt like a disaster at 6am when we were already feeling beat down from the conditions. My shivering muscles were aching, but we hadn't used our shredding muscles yet. And by about noon, although it was still quite slippery up top, the track had turned to hero dirt from about 1/4 of the way down, all the way to the finish. We had to pick up the pace to reach our goal, but suddenly this seemed easy. We started attacking the trail and doubling roots and rocks and playing around on our bikes. We both discovered the best way to get through this was to have as much fun as possible. As Reg always says "fun is the easy part". But even Reg said it was the hardest part just hours before, and that made it that much sweeter now. We made our rest times 2 minutes max at the top of the hike to piss, re-hydrate and snack, and no more than 10s at the other short climbs. We began hitting the last half of the track without stopping. We both were riding as fast as we ever have on Mt 7, and it was an incredibly satisfying experience. We didn't know where it was coming from, but we were in that special place where you always strive to be for the last 10 laps. - Kram

bigquotesI was eating every lap, all that food has to go somewhere and I wanted nothing more than a chill visit to the outhouse at the bottom. We were behind schedule on our goal, so typically we were in a rush and getting rushed by everyone at the base of the mountain. After the hike a bike, my plan was to top to bottom and get down a minute or so before Kram, so that I would have the time to take care of business in a relaxing fashion. I was hoping he would just take a mellow pace, but that bugger's got more fight than that. He dropped in right behind me, I tried to lose him but wasn't making much for gains, maybe a little here and there and on the uphill bits but he kept the pace. So, it was pretty much a race on lap 24 and I didn't get my solo chill time at the bottom but was so satisfied by our pinned lap, that it didn't matter anyway. - Reg Mullett

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Kram and Reg deep in the zone, feeling one with their V-10s as they drop into one of the steepest sections of trail

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Their fastest lap was #24, after nearly 21 hours of riding.

bigquotesMy tires felt like an extension of my body, like they were hard wired into my central nervous system. Changing direction with ease, knowing the exact extent of the traction at all times, with every root and bump channeling through my reactions like it was a part of my synaptic system. The whole event was worth it just to experience this! - Reg Mullett

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Last lap boys!

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Even after a hellish night and a full day in the saddle,these guys are still having fun. Moto whips and table tops on the last lap!

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  27 riders on lap 27! Kram and Reg were so thankful for the support riders who were there riding with them even in the middle of the night

bigquotesThe final lap. We had a few riders join us at the top, but there was a surprise waiting for us. When we got to the hike-a-bike section there were people ready to grab our bikes and push them uphill for us. One beast of a man we call "Bigman" carried me halfway up and then pushed me the rest of the way. It felt like I was on a travellator at the airport. As we were about to take off from the top there, we realized there were 27 riders on the 27th lap, all ready to pin it down with us in a big train. It was a run we will never forget. - Kram

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  107 603 vertical feet later, the guys enjoy their welcome party at the bottom of Mt. 7 as they had their final evidence photo to take with the timer.

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  I would have expected a lot worse out of the guys' hands, looks like all the training paid off

World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
World Record Descent on Mt 7 images by Robb Thompson
  Reg and Kram are two of the most positive people you will meet, they feed off each other's stoke and lift everyone up around them

Reg and Kram wanted to set a Guinness world record. They could have chosen an easier path but no, they had to do it in the pouring rain throughout the night on the notoriously unforgiving Psychosis race course on Mt. 7. The guys set the bar on August 30th in Golden B.C., a bar that transcends simple world record titles and firmly embeds them among the ranks of our sport's legendary. So if someone dares to try and beat the new record of 107 603 ft Vertical Descent on a Mountain Bike in 24hrs, they better do it without a lift and not on a smooth jump trail. Reg and Kram are true legends.

bigquotesYes, the support was nothing short of magical. Huge cheers, even at 5am in the pouring rain and cold. Everybody kept the focus and contributed. Many stayed up for the whole 24hrs and with a smile on their face, it was and still is inspiring to experience that level of support. We were surrounded by amazing people on August 30th that truly believed in us, we're so lucky. I get goose bumps just thinking back on this aspect. - Reg Mullett

Kram got a hold of Chris Kovarik (Chris holds the current record for fastest lap on Mt. 7) to get his opinion on their attempt, his reaction was right on point:

bigquotesThese guys are lunatics, just getting down this 13 minute long track once is a feat in itself let alone 27 times in the wet, overnight. I don't know how they got down in the wet as it was hard enough in the dry. One of my favourite tracks with some of the best terrain I've ridden. Huge effort! - Chris Kovarik of Kovarik Racing With (Claire Bouchar)

The GoPro footage captured by Reg and Kram best shows how challenging the conditions were on Mt. 7 that day:

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This would not have been possible without the drivers, trail support, mechanics, friends and family that helped Reg and Kram push their limits all night through the driving rain and dark.

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Words: Josh Palmer
Photos: Robb Thompson
Videos: Connor Macleod - Kram and Reg

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86 Comments

  • 57 2
 Way to go Mark and Reg! From Guinness drinking patrons of the Rose and Crown, to Guinness World Book superstars. cheers!
  • 20 2
 For once, and possibly one of the only times this word truly applies, this was truly EPIC. Well done fellas.
  • 2 0
 Awesome !
  • 4 0
 Rose and crown is a good place
  • 3 2
 That POV video... wow. Way to make the rest of us look like giant pussies.
  • 3 1
 Now it's time for Tyler Morland, Sam Hill and Stevie Smith for a re-run.
  • 11 0
 Enjoy this during my lunch break. Thought what a hell of a way to spend a day. Props guys! Killer rigs to do it on. Thinking about what you did gives me an ache in my bones something awful. There's a feeling after a long ride where you are just holding on, just so you don't get hucked off but sorta thinking if you do you could catch a break upside down in a bush. Bet that bed felt amazing after! See ya next year? Crazy bastards!
  • 8 0
 My tires felt like an extension of my body, like they were hard wired into my central nervous system. Changing direction with ease, knowing the exact extent of the traction at all times, with every root and bump channeling through my reactions like it was a part of my synaptic system. The whole event was worth it just to experience this! - Reg Mullett

^^^ That right there is the feeling I seek every time out on the bike. When it happens it is f*ckin' incredible and makes for great anticipation for the next ride. It's these special days that keep me pushing hard!!
  • 11 0
 squirrels have not slept for 24 hours on that mountain Big Grin
  • 10 0
 Their fastest lap is after 21 hours of riding?!?! What are these guys made of?
  • 4 0
 if you know Reg, he is the kind of guy that will take you on a night ride with 3 hour hike a bike to start to the top of Prairie Mountain in Bragg Creek so he can have a 20 min DH. He is one of the nicest person and one of the most hardcore person I know.
  • 9 1
 they did a really good job, and that without a chairlift, but on the 24hour race at the bikepark semmering (austria) Andreas Viehböck made 156 laps and 179133 vertikal feet..
  • 1 0
 Then get the guiness people there next year and let him have the title! Big Grin
  • 3 0
 The ball is now rolling with Guinness. Let er rip.
  • 1 0
 and that's not even our top guys.
  • 8 0
 Nice work fellas .. You clearly still have vert issues even after all these years Reg.. Never change budday!
  • 5 0
 Was riding there that day, that Chevy was crazy..roared past us drifting the corner. Awesome place to shred. Reg is a machine seen him at fernie n kicking horse Evey weekend this summer shredding
  • 15 10
 Better shuttle vehicle than a Raptor? Something durable that will start everyday no matter what. That rules out a Ford right away
  • 2 0
 TD42 > everything Wink
  • 6 1
 Actually they were probably more interested in getting up the hill quickly and effectively, not shopping for a new grocery-getter they could drive to the office every day.
  • 2 3
 Haha. Funny this is you can build a rig whose chassis doesn't bend for much less that a Raptor. Raptor is great as a mall crawler
  • 4 0
 The Baja prepped truck was making much better time up the hill than the Raptor.
  • 3 0
 I would have to say my dodge with the carlin suspension that was pushing 500hp was possibly the fastest. Lap 25 took 11mins to the top.
  • 1 2
 @foxrider7 what engine/turbo are you running in the dodge?
  • 2 0
 Those were some fun rides up with you!
  • 3 0
 6.7l cummins dpf delete mini max on performance mode. @riish @chrispilling it was a good bunch of laps.
  • 3 1
 Found On Road Dead I'll take the Chevy over the Raptor any day.
  • 2 0
 Fix or repair daily haha
  • 1 0
 @foxrider7 that's absolutely insane, would love to see that rig in the flesh! what's the torque like on it?
  • 4 0
 Had the pleasure of doing DH shuttle with Reg in Castlegar two years ago... a more positive individual you will not find anywhere...and he can shred!!!
  • 7 5
 I am sorry to dissapoint you guys but i´m afraid there is some other guy that might hold an "unofficial" record. There is a 24h Downhill race at bikepark Semmering every year. The winners of the elite category (single rider) normally manage around 155 laps in 24h. This equals 54250 vertical meters or 177 985,564 vertical ft !

Thats about 65% more than Reg and Kram did !
  • 2 3
 depends if it is lift assisted... is it?
  • 3 3
 ... and to they have to push up to the top too? so... factor in twice the effort to push to top... add in that elevation gain X two... and maybe you get a realistic comparison.
  • 1 2
 no they can use the gondola. The race is very competitive and the top riders actually dont take any brakes for 24 hours! Some of them even take a dump in the gondola cabin while going up.
  • 3 2
 Thanks for feedback, so I think we are talking kinda like apples and oranges, both similar fruit, but different all the same. So, this is a shuttle, push your bike, manage your cameras and record keeping staff and scrutineers- likely all volunteers... and still rip 27 laps WORLD RECORD. The story is impressive. I could show up, by a ticket to the gondola, and try my luck at Semmering... but this story, the riders, the helpers, the rock and roll roots... that is what makes this a real Record... they did it themselves. Respect.
  • 1 6
flag eraz77 (Nov 7, 2014 at 11:50) (Below Threshold)
 That stands only for MT7. The numbers don't say much and that is not race speed those guys are riding at. Even have time to flirt with the camera. No taking over other riders and so on. So is an multimedia event. Not racing.
  • 1 0
 Like I said, apples and oranges. Which ever you choose.
  • 4 0
 Congrats bros and awesome storey and photos! These two are true legends and some of my favourite to shred trails with… Stoked for you guys!
  • 5 0
 Awesome to see you guys make this big adventure happen!
  • 4 0
 Looks WAY more fun than getting stuck in an October blizzard in Nepal. Only slightly though Razz
  • 4 0
 Way to go boys! Still get so pumped to read, see, and hear stories from this adventure!
  • 2 0
 I remember how ruined I felt after 7500 metres of descent in 6 hours at the fort william endurance downhill race- 4 times both of those things, that doesn't bear thinking about! Crazy men
  • 5 0
 Best thing I've seen posted in ages. Way to go fellas.
  • 2 0
 slightly off topic, id like to know how the dvo standed up to all that non stop abuse, would make a great review! Back to the topic, amazing achievement, soo stoked for these guys, inspirational riders!!!
  • 2 0
 The emerald was flawless all year, including the bug training effort and the remainder of the season. Still on original seals and one oil change. Being able to set it up hard for training and softer for the event was just what I needed.
  • 1 0
 *big
  • 2 0
 Epic day on the bike. Set the bar high and set the bar hard. I will give 5 bucks to anyone who beats this record worse conditions.
  • 7 0
 5 bucks?? Challenge accepted. I wouldn't even consider it for less than $3.
  • 2 0
 So Rad...I couldn't imagine how done your hands would be after riding 24 hours. Good look gripping anything the next few days after. Then again these guys are inhuman
  • 3 0
 Robb Thomson is one my new favorite Pinkbike photographers - these shots are killer!
  • 3 0
 The beers in between rides!
  • 3 1
 I wonder if they made a pit stop to rebuild the fox 40? Since they recommend a rebuild ever, what 20 hours?
  • 1 0
 No rebuilds were completed @brassine
  • 3 0
 A bald guy named mullet! Excellent I too had arm pump just watching
  • 2 0
 Great job Reg and Kramer glad to be able to say I was apart of this incredible accomplishment.
  • 3 0
 so gnarly, what a crazy place to choose for this record
  • 3 0
 Top form, Reg and Mark. Well done, boys!
  • 2 0
 What an awesome video and set of photos, congratulations to Reg and Kram for everything they've done!
  • 3 0
 Where brake pads ever replaced? if so, how many?
  • 3 0
 Remarkable effort. One lap of that beast kills me.
  • 1 0
 At first I was like "Wow, these pictures of the riders in action are just terrible blurs"....
Then I carried on scrolling and was all like "Shut up Andy, just wait"
  • 2 0
 So blessed to be living at the base of this mountain!! Such sweet riding and awesome shredding in the winter.
  • 2 0
 what's the record?
Riders during 24h Downhill at Semmering do ~179,000ft vertical descent in 24 hours.
  • 3 0
 Nice job fellas!!!!
  • 2 0
 Unreal effort, well done!
  • 1 0
 27!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 2 0
 Unbelievable jeff
  • 1 0
 can t imagine how their hand must hurt
  • 1 0
 My hands started cramping just watching this...
  • 1 1
 They said "SKID" to the finish....where are all the haterz on the "ALL TIME SKID OUT NOW".....????
  • 1 0
 Damn, mt7 looks pretty sweet.... Good job guys!
  • 2 0
 FUCKING LEGENDS!!
  • 1 0
 Soooo siiiick!!!!! Nice work boys!!!
  • 1 0
 TOP! i wish i could do it someday.........
  • 2 0
 Song please
  • 1 0
 sooooo long
  • 1 0
 Right on Reg!
  • 1 0
 Music by ???
  • 2 0
 BIG DATA
  • 1 0
 what music
  • 2 2
 Why?
  • 2 3
 You know, we have this thing called the metric system
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