Welcome to a new episode of INTO THE GNAR.
I don't think I've ever been that scared on a bike before. Super intense stuff with my guest Steve Vanderhoek, under the rain down some very questionable things!
Steve is a full time firefighter who lives in Vancouver, but mountain biking has been his passion since the first freeride movement. His riding ability and bike handling makes him, for me, one of the most talented rider that I've ever ridden with, a pure pleasure to watch. Follow his progression and career on Instagram at: @svanderhoek
I'd also like to introduce my new clothing partner, NF. NF is a Vancouver based company, they make all their apparel in their factory in Vancouver, everything is made out of recycled and natural materials, everything fits super well and looks simply badass.
Video filmed by Alex Chapellier: @The_frenchliner
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Thank you and enjoy watching!
Grow a moustache?
The contrast between someone mellow like Steve and someone..Yoann was fun to watch
Great video, as many others have said Remy, Yoann and Steve Rock. I love the riding of trails and gnarly lines that are unique to the terrain they are set in. Meaning the mountain/forest is not just a backdrop for the same set of perfectly manicured dirt jumps found anywhere.
@yoannbarelli: This into the gnar episode is a big increase, way better than I expected from the last one with Remy, which was already very good. It will be difficult to top that!
BTW: If I ever come to Canada, I'll show you how to prepare a brake ... you get deaf even watching the video ... haha
However I have to wonder. When did it become cool to make videos of trails that should not be publicized on the internet?
I know where almost all those lines are. I rode there mostly in early 2000’s. It’s not that hard for the masses to
figure it out.
This seems like short term gain for a hard smack down for everyone.
Sorry (ish) for being a voice of potential reason here.
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