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Thomas Vanderham joins Brett to talk about his mountain bike career from being, "The Kid" to now having two of his own. He tells stories of his first bike experiences growing in Edmonton, and on the North Shore, as well as an hilarious story of his first sponsored bike frame that turned out to be a Tippie hand-me-down. The guys talk about Vanderham's many Rampage experiences, shooting with Sterling Lawrence, injuries, family life and much, much more. Enjoy!
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Lachlan Morton is a real-life superhero. After becoming a bit disillusioned by the rules and discipline of riding big bike races like the Tour De France, he decided to set out on his own and make the whole thing a little bit harder. This year, he pedaled the “Alt Tour”- the entire course of the 2021 Tour de France unsupported and alone, including all the transfers. That meant he covered 5,500 kilometers and climbed over 65,000 meters, in an effort to bring it all back to road cycling and the
There’s a reason they tell you to keep your head down when you’re near a helicopter – rotor wash is a powerful force that can literally blow you away. Unfortunately, Carson Storch was reminded of that the hard way after a taking a tumble trying to jump his bike off the skid of a hovering heli. The rotor wash caught his wheels before he landed, sending him over the bars and re-breaking his collarbone. We’re bummed to hear about the injury, Carson, but damn that’s a headline you don’t read very
DARREN BERRECLOTH Darren Berrecloth has been one of the best freeride mountain bikers in the world for almost two decades. Originally from Parksville, BC on Vancouver island, Claw has established himself as a rider who is not only extremely versatile but equally hardworking as well. This summer he'll be on the machines as he's announced, right here on the BTP, that the Bearclaw Invitational slopestyle event will return to Mount Washington next summer! Photo: Mark Warner