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The Powers Creek trail network in Kelowna, B.C has been around since the late 90's and is known for its great downhill trails that have an abundance of man-made wooden features. Here are a few short GoPro clips of Trevor Tuck as he rides some of the more old school skinnies found at Powers Creek...
A question we frequently get asked at TBS is "...but can I ride Bike Park on it?' Our answer is always yes! Definitely in fact! Typical mountain bikes are super capable and are right at home on anything from alpine singletrack to a full blown downhill bike park! However, there are always changes that you can make to your set up to optimise your bike for the rough and unforgiving nature of a bike park! Without realising it, you'll ride more distance and rough terrain on your bike in a day than you would on a good 3 or 4 trail rides! So make sure your bike is ready to deal with that!
Remy Metailler once again blows us away with another banger edit at the Whistler Bike Park. While Remy is usually seen flying down popular trails such as A-Line and Dirt Merchant, this time he takes us down some of the more technical double black trails that aren't as widely known. Enjoy!
Shredding laps at the Black Mountains Cycle Centre! This place looks amazing.
Steve Storey continues to amaze us with his incredible GoPro videos of stunning trails. Sit back, relax, and enjoy two minutes of straight shredding on one of the funnest looking trails we've seen in a while. In case you missed Steve's last video, you can find it here!
Dan Atherton is one of the biggest legends in downhill mountain biking, but on top of his incredible speed and style, he is also very well known for building amazing DH trails. His latest creation is a pair of full length runs through the Dyfi Forest filled with tons of lush scenery, big jumps and technical terrain. After watching this video, a trip to the Dyfi Forest in Wales may be in order!