DeepInTheForest

Love the wilderness, spend most of my time at work in it. Been biking on the shore before I could drive. Made my best friends to this day biking.

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DeepInTheForest leelau's article
Oct 24, 2016 at 10:42
Oct 24, 2016
Don't Panic! CMHC Signs Most of Mount Seymour Trails "No Trespassing"
@atrokz: not to my knowledge. the north shore in vancouver is the north shore in reference to mountain biking. there is a north shore on the island of oahu in hawaii which again refers to a zone of gnarliness, but that is in the sport of surfing. area north that had significant influence on freeride mountain biking in the early days is Kamloops.but that is not the north shore.
DeepInTheForest leelau's article
Oct 24, 2016 at 10:34
Oct 24, 2016
Don't Panic! CMHC Signs Most of Mount Seymour Trails "No Trespassing"
as SharonB commented CMHC disagrees and have tried in the past to seek legal action to change that designation. it was zoned as such after CMHC purchased the land from the DND who acquired it from the DNV a long time ago during war times. It has a convoluted history.
DeepInTheForest leelau's article
Oct 24, 2016 at 10:31
Oct 24, 2016
Don't Panic! CMHC Signs Most of Mount Seymour Trails "No Trespassing"
@atrokz: yes they are. Mt Seymour, Mt Fromme, Cypress Mtn constitute the North Shore Mtns.
DeepInTheForest redbullbike's article
Oct 12, 2016 at 16:04
Oct 12, 2016
The 'Impassable' Route - Red Bull Rampage 2016
I think that the key difference here is that the features that these riders are sending off of or onto were envisioned and built by the riders. in previous competitions riders were under the "restriction" of going of key pre-built structures if they wanted to score big with the judges. The new (old) format of the rampage spurs vision, creativity, and the camaraderie that spurred the first Rampage. I can see where you may be coming from with regards to riding "natural" lines on an unscultped landscape like in other "freeride" events like snowboarding or skiing. however, the basic mechanics behind those sports is very different than mountain biking in that snow falling and dispersing over a slope gives you the "transitions" needed for landing large drops off of cliffs etc. However, that simply isn't possible with dirt and rock on a natural landscape unless you wanted to host the next Rampage in a gravel pit. This build here still has the rider coming off a natural take-off, but you cannot expect a bike to land from those heights on natural slope or even a slightly raked-out/buffed landing. Anyway, I get what you are saying there, but I would consider these features, built with finite resources, to be a good reflection of the "natural" landscape. Anyway, cheers bro. This Rampage is going to be awesome.
DeepInTheForest Laue's photo
Jan 18, 2016 at 10:11
Jan 18, 2016
such a sharp image! like how the rider's kit matches the colour scheme of the landscape.

DeepInTheForest yoga15app's article
Nov 16, 2015 at 13:49
Nov 16, 2015
15-Minute Post-Ride Yoga Routine - Monthly Yoga with Abi
My focus is on breathing and finding muscle balance. I try to couple my movements in each muscle with breathing. I try to think of certain movements being extension-exhaling movements, and contraction-inhaling movements. I imagine breathing into or out of the muscles responsible for that movement. but ultimately i always focus on finding a balance in my muscles when holding a pose so that not one muscle group feels strained. e.g. in a warrior 2 pose I try to balance the muscle usage so that the centre is in my pelvis. this ensures i am deep enough in my pose at the same time using counterbalancing muscles in either leg/core/arms to hold the post for a minute, etc. those are my yoga breathing two cents.
DeepInTheForest fantaman's video
Oct 20, 2015 at 16:52
Oct 20, 2015
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You bet he did! http://www.endlessbiking.com/guides/

DeepInTheForest mikelevy's article
Sep 2, 2015 at 14:30
Sep 2, 2015
Bike Check: Gwin and Troy's Custom Specialized Demos - DH World Championships Vallnord 2015
helper holds up bike. lets go of bike, gets out of the frame. photographer snaps a quick photo. helper catches the bike before it falls over.
DeepInTheForest danielroosfotografie's photo
May 28, 2015 at 11:49
May 28, 2015
Hope this makes it to POD at some point.

DeepInTheForest neubiker's video
May 8, 2015 at 13:02
May 8, 2015
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cmcrawfo has a more accurate answer.

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