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My name is Luke Strobel. I'm 26 years young and I am from the beautiful Pacific Northwest. I like anything with two wheels and handlebars. I have been fortunate enough to travel around the world racing my bike for the last five years. Racing the World Cup has taken me all over the
globe from Australia and New Zealand to Norway and Scotland and every where in between. When I am not racing bikes I love shredding the deepest of pow on my snowboard or split board, or fishing for the elusive steelhead that is found in most PNW rivers.
My name is Ray Syron and this is my rookie season as a Pro downhill racer. I got into racing in 2009 and worked through the ranks. In Juniors Category 1, I was in the top four at nationals the past two years and finished last season ranked first by USA Cycling. I currently race for Evil Factory Racing and will be attending the US national race series. 2013 is a year to hone my skills and prepare myself for World Cup Racing. When I'm off the DH bike I'm either riding dirt jumps, snowboarding, racing sailboats or macking the babes.
Hi, my name is Filip Polc. My discipline is downhill mountain biking. My friends call me Polcster. I was born on 10 April 1982 in Bratislava, Slovak Republic. My special talent is urban racing. My philosophy of life is keep pushing your limits. The most important person in my life is my girlfriend. My favorite food is thai and sushi.
Kevin LittlefieldAge? 18Favorite movie? Definitely has to be Forrest Gump.Favorite place riding has taken you? So far it has been Leogang, Austria.Favorite Outdoor Tech product? Easily the DJ Slims- since they're Bluetooth there's no wire to get in the way.What kind of music do you listen to? Pretty much everything...except country...not a fan.Best part about racing mountain bikes? Traveling, friends, and getting to ride my bike all around the world.When did you start racing? I started really getting into racing when I was about 14.What does your training consist of? I train 5 days a week, in addition to trying to ride my bike every day.
Callum Jelleyaka The Token Englishman
Hailing from jolly old England, Cal has been traveling the world with his bike
for the past 6 years, writing for magazines around the world, riding for Evil
Bikes and shooting video with the best in the business. Cal has lived in
Whistler, BC for the past five years, working with and riding with the Coastal
Crew and Voleurz before moving on to work for Sherpa's Cinema on their upcoming
film Into The Mind. Cal has appeared in magazines worldwide and has
accumulated well over 1 million views on projects he's worked on. For 2013
Cal is documenting the Evil Vengeance World Cup Tour while at the same time
producing content from around the globe as a rider and writer. Cal brings
the lifestyle and chronicles of a nomadic rider, writer, cinematographer and
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Phillip Kmetz, 22, is an American downhill mountain bike
rider who currently resides in Keene, New Hampshire. Growing in SoCal, CT, France,
and NH, it’s a bit difficult to say where exactly he’s “from”. Between mountain
biking and BMX he has 17 years of racing experience, and is ranked amongst the
top racers in the USA.
Mitch DelfsFrom Mitch:Hey, my name is Mitch Delfs. I live in god's country of Southwest Australia. I love to twist the throttle on my dirt bike (CRF). The surf here is also the best in the world, so I pretty much surf most of my time off from shredding the slopes of Washington on my Evil Undead. That's all there is to know about Mitch Delfs from Margaret River, Western Australia.
Applying skiing to his life with a contortionist’s flexibility,
(“sometimes it’s a punching bag, sometimes it’s a microphone, sometimes it’s a
deck of cards, sometimes it’s a motorcycle. Skiing can be social lubricant, a
stationary bike, a news source and a pissing contest all at once”) Ben
Wannamaker, 27, grew up by the railway tracks in a flat, Southern Ontarian town called Bowmanville.
Since then, Wannamaker competed extensively in
Canada, Europe and the US before he moved to Whistler to appreciate skiing the
binary opposites of incredibly soft powder and
unarguably dense metal. Wannamaker
is also a freelance writer and journalist (www.benwannamaker.wordpress.com)
who regularly submits content to SBC Skier, The Ski Journal, Snap! Concrete Wave and Mountain Life. His art has been shown at THE FALL and
he is presently working on his first novel, The Kleptomaniac. Wannamaker is also the Senior
Correspondent for www.DogLotion.com and, on top of Outdoor Technology, he skis for TMC Freeriderz, TREW Gear, Love
Jules Leather, Devin Stacey Tattoo and Liberty Skis.