Crossing the continental divide while traversing from Panorama Mountain Resort to Fernie, British Columbia, the TransRockies Classic is an epic point-to-point 500+km journey for up to 300 hardy riders.
This week Jhon Gibson give us a tour of this event via his amazing photography.
Whistler, BC (November 8, 2017) – Darcy Hennessey Turenne, award-winning
director from British Columbia, is poised to launch her new documentary THE
MOMENT. Closing the Whistler Film Festival, December 3rd, her latest documentary
feature film uncovers the origin of Freeride Mountain Biking, it’s provenance in
British Columbia, and the rebellious group of backwoods adrenaline junkies that
changed the course of a sport that nobody wanted.
What I love about riding in Squamish is the diversity of trails and how green and vibrant the forest is. As a rider, I find it fantastic, with the rocks, roots, moss, slabs, trees, jank, off-cambers, and steep hills working to test me physically and technically. For the photographer in me – well, it’s eye candy.
Born and raised in the remote north Scotland, Mark’s untameable sense of adventure and determination to fulfil a teenage dream led him to the rugged and majestic coastal mountains of Canada’s west coast. Mark’s photographic journey is only just beginning ; yet , he has graced the pages of most major mountain bike magazines worldwide. Based in British Colombia’s breathtaking sea to sky corridor, a Disneyland for the outdoor enthusiast, Mark feels passionate about the world around him and focuses on photographing moments that inspire others to live their dreams