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This Edit Captures The Child-Like Joy of Mountain Biking

Whether it’s a kid’s first-ever day on a bike, or the last day of summer after a season of non-stop riding, the pure joy of mountain biking never dies. Even with small setbacks like a mechanical or an injury, that incredible feeling is re-discovered every time you hop aboard a bike. For filmmaker Kristina Wayte, portraying that sentiment was the focus of her entry in the RaceFace Creator’s Series, and she told the story of a young riper (Julia Lofqvist Traum) and her last day of summer.

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It’s the type of film that we can all relate to, exploring the child-like joy and freedom of spending a day on two wheels, not to mention Julia’s sick riding at Duthie Hill Bike Park. Told through the unique lens of a comic book, it captures Julia’s obsession with the sport and the spirit it takes to succeed.

It is really an inspiring one. The mind of the child is very strong, and I appreciate the child for his strong mentality. The last day of summer is very slip and fall attorneys los angeles clear, and I like the way that you are present.

About The Author

stash member Max Ritter

I manage digital content here at TGR, run our gear testing program, and am stoked to be living the dream in the Tetons.