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ykpinner riffstills's article
Dec 29, 2016 at 6:36
Dec 29, 2016
ykpinner Bendemon's photo
Jun 15, 2016 at 7:42
Jun 15, 2016
#LONGLIVECHAINSAW.

ykpinner daniellebaker's article
Jun 4, 2015 at 6:27
Jun 4, 2015
FEST Series: Inside the Reunion
Love the ' LOOPS. Fuck Enduro! FREERIDE FOREVER!
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ykpinner karl-burkat's article
Aug 26, 2014 at 14:41
Aug 26, 2014
ykpinner CVSickEdits's article
Jul 12, 2014 at 8:25
Jul 12, 2014
Video: McDowells Ride Moose
Fellas..... Moose is decent. I respect and appreciate the fact people have put in alot of work with the trails there. I don't only ride park. I grew up riding big zones and trails/lines in the Yukon. True big mountain riding. Props on the video it was well done. We ARE fortunate to have a place like Moose. Like Fargle said its all what people like and deem fun/awesome. New areas always fun because they're different from what you consistently ride. My apologies if my comment irked anyone.
ykpinner CVSickEdits's article
Jul 7, 2014 at 21:23
Jul 7, 2014
Video: McDowells Ride Moose
Moose is not that awesome of a Zone.... just sayin'.
ykpinner brianhunt's video
Jan 23, 2014 at 18:30
Jan 23, 2014
video
Keep shreddin' big man.

ykpinner rilor's article
Oct 19, 2013 at 7:59
Oct 19, 2013
Characters 6: The Spell of the Yukon
Wow…. What an amazing article. Seeing the images and reading the words from this epic story have never made me more proud to be a born and raised Yukoner. The Yukon is a magical place and the people immersed in the riding scene and community have made the Yukon a must do for any mountain biker regardless of what discipline they love. Huge props to people like Sylvain, Marsha, Jane, Big Tony, Justin, Jonas, Sam, Joe, Rory, etc….. The list goes on. I can’t possibly mention everyone that is up there or has come for a short time but made an impact. You all know who you are. I loved seeing guys like James and Kenny shredding the Yukon and seemingly being completely stoked on what is up there. It fills me with pride that these guys loved the Yukon when they get to ride some of the best trails the world has to offer. I have lived in Calgary for the past three years now but I miss the Yukon every day. The scene and community back home is one that welcomes everyone on two wheels and for that I will always be, till the day I die, a YUKONER. Ride or die, Matt Ireland
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