Miranda Miller + Squamish

Hometown Rippin'

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June 4th, 2014

Fresh off winning the Squamish Enduro and the first NorthWest Cup of 2014, Miranda Miller returned to share her home trails in Squamish with us.

Squamish is home to rain forests full of big roots and bigger rocks. The trails are rough, they don’t welcome the beginner. These trails breed world class talent. Miranda has grown up in Squamish since the age of 11.


Shortly after moving to Squamish with her family she started hanging out at Corsa Cycles all the time until they finally gave her a job which she has managed to hold on to for the past 11 years.


One of the trails we filmed, Crouching Squirrel Hidden Monkey, she first rode when she was 13. She visits the trails daily whether it’s a ride with her friends or a training epic.

Miranda is heading to Scotland and Austria this week for her first downhill world cup races of the year.

Try to keep up with Miranda…

  • M_Irwin

    It’s funny, the lines Miranda rides look relatively easy. Then I remember that same exact feature and how I chose not to ride it cause it looked to sketchy or I didn’t think I could pull it off. The fact Miranda makes it look easy is a testament to her skills. Nicely done.

  • TheHik

    Thats how I’d like to ride. Great lines but Im not interested (or capable!) of going like a bat outta hell. Awesome terrain to ride in.

  • Lalena Desautels

    She’s fast and has good style when she rides. I enjoyed the video but would have appreciated more “real-time” speed so that I could appreciate her speed and strength more.