KC Deane Riding British Columbian Couloirs in a Raw Freeriding Frenzy
This must take some serious, serious bike control...
KC Deane seems to step it up with every video he drops, and his latest is no disappointment – a short edit of the rider smashing through the dusty desert couloirs of British Columbia on his mountain bike.
The raw-video takes you right in to the riding with only the buzz of the bike on the soundtrack as it whizzes through the natural surroundings.
KC’s ability to ride the turns and maintain his speed and bike control is pretty astounding. We reckon we’d have been over those handlebars and literally eating dust after just a few runs!
The rider said of the video: "Freeriding has a few places in the world that really stand out. Utah with the desert terrain there being so ideal, some forget about the possibility and the desert in British Columbia.
“The high desert terrain from Kamloops, all the way up past Williams Lake has very similar dirt to Utah.
“Mason Mashon and I started riding lines along the Fraser River years ago, and when Mason found this zone four years ago we went and started piecing lines together. After years of traveling south to Utah to go freeride it was time to point it north."
Directed and Edited by Damien Vergez / FASTFOKUS
Rider : KC Deane
Sound Mix and Design: Keith White Audio
Special Thanks: Mason Mashon