Dylan Forbes Will Make You Want to Ride
Is the shredit dead? Not by a long-shot judging by this one. Film-style feels with some incredible riding but in a video that only lasts a couple of minutes. That's something everyone can get behind.
It seems as though it's every other day that I hear "The Shredit is dead, man!' for some reason or the other. No matter how many times I hear it, I can't help but think otherwise.
Don't get me wrong, I love long detailed mini-doc style videos that tell a great story. Honestly, I spend far, far too much of my time watching those. I just also love short videos that are purely about someone having a damn good time on their bike. Trail bikes, downhill bikes, hell, I even love me a few minutes of whips on dirt jumps!
Either way, if you like taking three minutes out of your workday to enjoy a shredit, this one's for you. On the other hand, if you'd rather watch an eight-minute mini-doc... first, watch our shredit, it's less than two minutes.
With Rocky Mountain Bicycles release of a more aggressive all mountain/trail oriented platform, high speed & chunder never felt so good! In the fall of 2017, Dylan spent a lot more time on this "trail" bike than anything else. With quick access to Squamish's, over 150 trails & nothing but a short ferry ride between him and the Sunshine Coasts killer trail network, it's easy to see how you can spend all your time on adventuring through the forest.
Rider: Dylan Forbes
Bike: Rocky Mountain Slayer
Gear: Raceface components & Raceface Apparel
Locations: Squamish, B.C. / Robers Creek, Sunshine Coast, B.C. / The Coast Gravity Park, Sunshine Coast, B.C.