Evolution, established in 1995, is located in the heart of the Whistler Village in BC, Canada. Evolution represents Whistler’s culture of Biking, Snow riding, Skateboarding, and Fashion.
In early September I had the chance to go to Retallack lodge to check out some of the work that their trail crew had put in to creating what should be a very bright future in the world of destination biking. Some of BC's best trail builders have converged on Rettal for example Riley Mcintosh and Joyrides own Paddykay (PK) these two along with many other have worked tirelessly to create some awesome trails. Here's an edit from the guys at Artbarn with some interveiws and some riding.
Hi. I'm Ian Morrison and I guess you could call me a local. Dropping into Whistler during Crankworx is often too much for even the most seasoned vets. So I thought I’d do my pal Stevie a favor and show him how to survive the mayhem before the shit gets real.
See you soon.
Finn and Ian are both born and bred Whistler-ites. It is a beautiful place to grow up and there are a lot of great influences here. Both riders were noticed at a young age by Evolution Whistler and recieve as much help and free service that they need!
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It's been 714 days since the first part of “How To Procrastinate” went online - we figured it was time for a part two. We had intended on shooting it last summer, but Nick was stricken down with leukemia, which forced us to put our plans on the back burner.
Nick has battled back hard and is crushing it on his bike after winning his fight. Since the opening weekend of the bike park we had been chatting about what we planned to shoot, and had come up with a rough idea of how we wanted it to look.
Some things never change. The boys are back bringing the gnarhane.
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This was one of the highlights at this years Crankworx! Watching the best riders go sideways down the freshly revamped crabapple hits for the un-official whip content. Ian Morrision was scrubbing like no other as normal but Brazilian Bernardo Neves, was just insane. Check out the clip to see what went down.
Ian Morrison Scrubbing!
The Jeep® Air Downhill took over the Whistler Mountain Bike Park with over 344 competitors ripping down the most famous DH course in the world, A-Line. Brian Lopes was dethroned from his reign as king with South Africa’s Andrew Neethling taking over top spot ending Lopes’ streak of five wins in a row, scoring the fastest time of the day at 4:13.34.
The Air DH course runs the entire length of A-Line, finishing at the base of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park with the legendary GLC Drop. A-Line is arguably the most celebrated DH course in mountain biking, with nearly 50 jumps on the course. A-Line is the benchmark all DH courses strive to emulate. “Although the cold weather wasn’t ideal for the fans, the course couldn’t have been in better condition.” said Tristan Merrick, event announcer. “The course conditions were pretty tacky. A lot of the riders felt like their bikes were on rails.”
Some hightlight photos of the day.
Ian Morrison is back at it and so are we at Goldstein Productions. Here's to finally starting summer.
Filmed by Goldstein Productions
Monday, 28 June 2010
School’s almost out! But young Whistler riders Ian Morrison and Nick Geddes delay in their studies, and show you how to get an A+ in Procrastination 101. Who do you think actually buckles down and studies in the end? by Goldstein Productions
School’s almost out! But young Whistler riders Ian Morrison and Nick Geddes delay in their studies, and show you how to get an A+ in Procrastination 101. Who do you think actually buckles down and studies in the end?