Mountain biking has a debatable origin but one of the earliest noted modifications made to a bike for off road capabilities came in 1896 when the buffalo soldiers went from Missoula, Montana to Yellowstone. It since then has evolved to an extreme sport involving big air and flips and tricks. One of the big names all the sports enthusiast are talking about nowadays Brett Rheeder from Ontario, Canada. Brett is professional mountain biker known for his big air and for being one of the few riders that’s able to knock down all his tricks in reverse. Brett came on the scene in 2011 and since then has steadily moved up the ranks and standings.
Brett enjoys doing most of his training at his home in Ontario. There is one thing you should know Ontario, there are no mountains there. Shimano thought that was pretty interesting and decided to sponsor a beautifully shot video that takes “Home is where the heart is” to an extremely new level. Transforming his backyard into a mountain bikers dream track the film showcases the Brett high flying mid-air flips and tricks. Combining smooth aerials and steady cam shots this film follows Brett perfectly, keeping the viewer at the edge of your seat.