Video: Dylan Siggers Gets Creative in 'Little Bike Rides'

Nov 15, 2023 at 10:17
by ForbiddenBike  

Words: Forbidden Bike Company

Side hits are back! This time, we got the trail jibbing, filmmaking, professional skiing Dylan Siggers up to the deck in his "Little Bike Rides". Take a tour around the legendary Fernie, BC for a lap down one of his favourites. Of course, it wouldn't be a Dylan Siggers video without a healthy dose of that signature style.

Side hits are rad, everyone loves them. They’re fun, approachable, jibby, and let us express our creativity. Forbidden Side Hits is a series of short creative videos about having fun riding bikes. They’re a parking lot jibbin’, bike park berm slappin’, rock garden rodeo ridin’, trail speed trail gappin’ good time. Hold on to your tire levers cause these videos are gonna blow the bead right off your rim. Don’t forget to charge your AXS batteries either, cause this stuff will make even the nerdiest of comment section warlords kick the keyboard to the curb, mount their stead and ride off into the next craft IPA-laden sunset.

Now, sit back and enjoy. It's only a minute after all. Your work can wait.
Like what you see? Keep your eyes peeled for more Side Hits soon...



Presented by: Forbidden Bike Company
Rider: Dylan Siggers
Video: Nick Nault

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  • 22 0
 Perfectly shows the shortcoming of AXS droppers
  • 5 0
 Aha ima need a 500mm post if I’m gonna get my seat high enough and slam at the same time
  • 1 0
 It actually shows how it is a great dropper for tall people on short seattube bikes, doesn't it? Most wired dropper these days are of the "stealth" variety. Try this with one of these. Then try it a good few times more, soon enough your cables will be worn and you've dragged dirt and moisture into your seattube. Obviously externally routed droppers and droppers without remote (with a lever under the saddle) as well as rigid seatposts won't have this issue either. He could have made it a little easier for himself if he'd gone with a qr seatpost clamp though.
  • 1 0
 @vinay: yea you’re completely right, I love my AXS post cause I can easily slam it without fiddling with the cables or worrying if I’m pinching anything. I love my AXS post so much, it was a huge upgrade when I got it. Big big fan
  • 16 0
 is this a video dedicated to trying to convince Rockshox to make a longer reverb??
  • 13 0
 axs dropper needs update lmao
  • 9 3
 There should be no such thing as a little bike ride. Dylan must learn the true spirit of mtb adventure, grueling climbs, scenic selfies at the top, 5 day bike packing expeditions, ford bronco commercials
  • 5 17
flag enduroelite (Nov 16, 2023 at 11:49) (Below Threshold)
 ok Boomer
  • 11 0
 They might be short but they usually take us 3 hours lol
  • 5 0
 knees to the breeze guy
  • 1 0
 That was so good! Well captured sound, amazing riding, run what ya brung attitude.
  • 2 0
 Goddam I love the sound of moist BC dirt
  • 2 0
 Unfortunately there were about three days of moist dirt here in Fernie this summer.
  • 2 0
 Is a Druid a little bike?
  • 2 0
 good thing I wasn't climbing uprooted while this video was filmed..
  • 2 0
 Aha yea no kidding that fast part of roots has gotta get made into a one way it’s deadly
  • 2 1
 Gimme da roost, gimme de roost!
  • 1 0
 little bikes shred - thank you for this reminder!
  • 1 0
 Remember when the sign for Cumberland had an S in front of it?
  • 1 0
  • 1 1
 I love the sound that tires make when they Schralp brown pow!
  • 1 0
 Found the BMXer!
  • 1 0
 Nice shorts!
  • 2 0
 I bought them from this famous biker kid at crankworx. I only spent $250 on 4 pairs it was an amazing deal. I think he quit bikin tho and just flies helicopters now
  • 4 5
 hey! ride it, don't slide it BUDDY!
  • 10 0
 I won’t do it!
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