Rob Stokes

Deep summer

Last year, Myself, Bowman and Reading took it upon ourselves to bring a classic Whistler trail back into shape.

Tresspasser is a legend of a trail in Whistler. Its steep, rooty and littered with the sketchest rock rolls you can imagine and is completely lap-able from the bike park….if you know how to get to it.

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Chamonix season….

I have been putting some little ‘accommodation wanted’ adverts up on various forums, lets see what I get in reply….

‘Hey there, Im in Cham this winter and looking for accom.

I am pretty much interested in all avenue’s weather that it shared accom or solo studio’s.

I am a 54 year old lecherous male that smokes a lot and cry’s himself to sleep every night, after a bottle of whisky or two. Im messy, inconsiderate and very un-hygienic and I will defiantly make unwanted sexual advances on you and/or you friends no matter what their sex, age or ethnicity. I don’t ski, or snowboard, but I do like the odd day on the snowblades.
On the plus side I am telling you straight up what to expect here, you on the other-hand could turn out to be a mentalist, without so much as a warning so I will be very pikky when choosing potential room mates.

So if you need a room mate or know of anything please get in touch with me.’

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As you can imagine I have been struggling not being in whistler for the last 6 months, but the last few weeks have been bittersweet. All the facebook updates of the mates getting out in the park and on the xc bikes makes me proper green, and then the coastal crew go put this little vid showing what we are missing out on just to put the boot in. Not fair. Read on for a positive outlook and a sick vid. 

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The Bike Tree Sheffield


If you Sheffield dwellers haven’t popped in to Sheffields newest and pimpest bike shop yet then get yourself in for a cuppa and a natter with Scott, Rich and soon to be Dan.

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