Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

Remy Metailler’s GoPro Line Of the Year Submission is INSANE

A few weeks ago, we watched Remy Metailler follow Steve Vanderhoek down the North Shore’s gnarliest trails, riding sketchy rock rolls, hitting drops, and sending it over some healthy exposure. While he wasn’t able to link the features together that time, that’s exactly what he set out to do for his submission to GoPro’s Line of the Year contest, and holy sh** is it gnarly. 

RELATED: Check Out More Wild Riding From Remy

If you’ve ever used a GoPro yourself, you might have noticed that the ultra-wide angle tends to make things look a lot less steep than they are – but that’s not really the case here. These lines are the real deal, and we have no idea how Remy and Steve could hold it together to link them all, especially after having to bail over and over. Oh...and it was RAINING.

Play
READ THE STORY
Must Watch: Brandon Semenuk Is Back With Another Raw 100
Up Next Bike

Must Watch: Brandon Semenuk Is Back With Another Raw 100

Must Watch: Brandon Semenuk Is Back With Another Raw 100

You would think that after six runs, Brandon Semenuk would finally have found a way to bore us with his Raw 100 videos. Unfortunately that’s not the case. For Raw 100 V6, I have so many questions, but they mostly revolve around one central theme: “why does physics not apply to you, Brandon?” I’m getting a little jealous, and it’s really not fair to the rest of us.

Play
READ THE STORY
‘Finally’ : Imagine Having A Ski Resort to Yourself Post-Pandemic
Up Next Bike

‘Finally’ : Imagine Having A Ski Resort to Yourself Post-Pandemic

‘Finally’ : Imagine Having A Ski Resort to Yourself Post-Pandemic

The global pandemic brought the snowsports industry to a halt for three months. For many on the European continent, lockdown meant strict confinement at home, far away from the mountains. When the COVID restrictions were finally lifted, French freeskiing prodigy Ben Buratti went straight to the mountains only to find that his home mountain La Clusaz had become an eerie ghost town. His new film documents Buratti’s return to the snow on the first day after the lockdown, and there’s not another

Play
READ THE STORY
Norco Brings Back The Long Travel Freeride Bike: the Shore
Up Next Bike

Norco Brings Back The Long Travel Freeride Bike: the Shore

Norco Brings Back The Long Travel Freeride Bike: the Shore

News flash: Freeride is alive and well. With mountain biking exploding this summer (following a multi-year trend) we are glad to see that our favorite aspect of the sport - shredding for the sake of shredding – is here to stay. Norco, one of the original pioneers of freeride mountain biking, just dropped an all-new bike catering exclusively to that particular faction of riders. Paying homage to freeride's roots, it’s called the Shore, has 180mm of travel front and rear, 27.5-inch wheels, and