This is an on going unscheduled series showing the unfortunate side of building in BC’s forests – Logging.
Logging and forestry can be a love – hate relationship in our region. On one hand it’s unfortunate to see our massive forests be mowed down, but on the other hand the hundreds of years of logging have brought us access to so many parts of the mountains we ride around our home turf.
Neko Mulally has been racing professionally for 4 years and is about to enter his 4th season with Trek World Racing, yet at only 20 years of age he speaks with a wisdom and focus rarely found in champions 10 years older. In this behind the scenes video we learn more about what makes the tall Pennsylvanian tick, and more about the support network he has at home.
Enjoy a moment in time with Neko Mulally.
We almost all started at this point. Us riders that is. Building dirt jumps in our backyard because we wanted to emulate the guys in magazines and on TV. Later on in life other things take over and its not possible to relive those lost summers with the shovel. This is Little Timmy, a kid you have never heard of. He can’t throw 360 flip-whips or holeshot every race he enters but he wants to dig and lives to ride his bike.
Thank you for watching, sharing, supporting, digging, liking, believing and riding.
additional footage provide by daniel van vuuren (Little Timmy)
audio sample is For What Its Worth by Buffalo Springfield
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