Washington state native. My son Jordan got me serious about MTB. Now I find working on my MBA(mt.bike addiction)keeps me young
wildebeest scottsecco's article
Oct 1, 2013 at 10:45Oct 1, 2013
Nice! Loved everything about this piece...
wildebeest dylansherrard's article
Aug 1, 2013 at 9:01Aug 1, 2013
Life In The Loops - A Trail Between The Trees
Nice work Dylan! Loved this piece, and by the photos accompanying, your riding looks as good as your writing. Keep it up!
wildebeest beermebc's article
Jul 18, 2013 at 16:03Jul 18, 2013
Video: North Shore Beer Run - Fat Bike Growler Style
All these comments, but I didn't see any about using a stainless steel growler. They're out there. Seems like a better way to go at least for riders of my skill set. Although it would be less dramatic but still fun!
wildebeest ReubenKrabbe's article
May 14, 2013 at 8:47May 14, 2013
Waking Up the Whistler Bike Park
Great piece! The prose and the photos were equally good. I could relate to the 'politicians' of the mountain having endured the barbs of the critics while trailbuilding myself. Thanks, keep up the good work...
wildebeest infinitetrails's article
Nov 19, 2012 at 16:10Nov 19, 2012
Video: Sea Of Rock
Loved every minute! If you forward this to your friends be sure put a extra heavy emphasis on 'MOUNTAIN" when you mention this mountain bike vid!
wildebeest bradwalton's article
May 16, 2012 at 9:26May 16, 2012
"In Good Company" - A film about the importance of mountain biking to a community
Such a great video! But realize that taking the natural response to this and fostering the 'us vs them' attitude only polarizes and escalates things. We are still a country and a government 'of the people, by the people and, for the people'. We need to keep reminding the DNR and the state of that and 'they' will respond to enough public pressure, because 'they' are really just 'us' who happen to work for the government. The issue of liability stems from a $2.1 mill lawsuit won by an individual who injured their self while riding a four wheeler behind a locked gate. That set the legal precedent, which to me speaks of a problem with our legal system. Some law firm probably made about $700,000 on that case which was paid by our tax dollars, and we're still paying for it in reduced use of our 'public lands'.
wildebeest IanHylands's article
May 11, 2012 at 8:44May 11, 2012
Video of the Month - April 2012
Awesome vid's kudos to you all!! 'Winter Trails' is so cool in every way!