Video: Cam McCaul Exhibits Off his Previous Trek Slopestyle Frames from 2004 to 2014

Video: Cam McCaul Shows Off his Past Trek Slopestyle Frames from 2004 to 2014
Lining the wall of my storage is a group of 11 Trek Ticket-S frames. I’ve held onto these frames through the years as a result of they characterize so many recollections. After I stroll by the storage it is like they’re screaming these recollections at me. After years of ignoring the screams, I made a decision to take a while to take heed to what they needed to say. This video is a visit down reminiscence lane reminiscing the years from 2004 to 2014 with the assistance of archival footage from previous video segments and contests.

Big thanks to Andrew Shandro and everybody at Trek in 2004 for believing there was a future within the fringe self-discipline of mountain bike Slopestyle and for taking an opportunity on a scattered child from California. It is loopy to assume that these early prototypes developed into the body that riders like Brandon Semenuk, Brett Rheeder, and Emil Johansson would use to blow minds and push the game to unthinkable ranges.

Additionally, thanks to all of the movie firms and occasion organizers who invited me on movie journeys and to competitions over these years. It was a loopy expertise going by all this footage and I am grateful to everybody who made it doable.

Footage from movies and contests by: Fall Line Productions, Freeride Leisure, The Collective, Anthill Movies, 2Six Productions, Aptos Productions, Crankworx, Highland Mountain Bike Park, and so forth.

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