Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team

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The Jank Files - Episode 4

August 20, 2019

There’s something special about being able to race at home. Fortunately for this crew, they get that opportunity every year at the Enduro World Series in Whistler. Jesse, Rémi, and Andréane all live in the Sea to Sky corridor and are proud to race on their home tracks in front of their friends and family. Crankworx is an festival for mountain biking, as it brings riders together from all over the world. For the Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team, that means their American teammate Peter Ostroski comes up to join the crew and put down some fast times!

From sketchy lunch laps on the North Shore, fancy showrooms, fresh kits, and taking the top spot of the team podium; this is Episode 4 of The Jank Files.




Filmed by Caldwell Visuals
Photos by Dave Trumpore

A big thank you to all our sponsors!
Race Face, Maxxis, Fox, Shimano, Smith Optics, WTB, OneUp Components, Stages Cycling, Peaty’s Products, EVOC, RideWrap

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Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team - Suspension testing

May 11, 2021

With the Enduro World Series kicking off in June, Jesse Melamed, Rémi Gauvin, and Andréane Lanthier Nadeau met up with our suspension partner, FOX, to dial in their Altitude's for the season.

 

Photos by Nick Letarte
Video by Peter Wojnar

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