Scott Wilton, Ben Soja and myself had an amazing few days of riding in the forests of southwestern BC following the NAUCC competition. Our mission was to push our boundaries, ride terrain that scared us, and improve our technical skill. I think we succeeded.
Scott Wilton pushed his technical abilities, successfully riding some of the steepest terrain he has attempted, and landing some very respectable drops! Ben Soja found a slice of paradise in Squamish, somehow defying gravity and summoning traction where no traction existed. He rode several of the steepest lines I’ve ever seen a unicycle do, and attempted lines that were even crazier. It was incredible to watch. For myself, the last clip in the video was my highlight. It’s not the hardest or most impressive feature I’ve ridden, but it was scary, and it was important for me to overcome that fear.
Boundaries were pushed, and boundaries will continue to be thrown back. This video is a stepping stone to bigger and better things.