Rémy Métailler chooses TRP Brakes for 2017

Flying Frenchie grabs TRP G-Spec stoppers for DH and freeride

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Rémy Métailler chooses TRP Brakes for 2017

Remy getting ready for another season of shred.

TRP announced this week a new partnership with French freeride and video star Rémy Métailler. Known as the ‘Flying Frenchie’, Métailler brings to the table a level of riding matched by few in the mountain bike world which is sure to prove a valuable asset to TRP. Métailler will run TRP brakes for the 2017 season, using the G-Spec Quadiem on his downhill bike and the new G-Spec Slate on his trail bikes.

Métailler is based in Canada’s much loved MTB mecca Whistler where he has a reputation for being one of the most progressive and innovative riders in the park. A two-time Red Bull Rampage finalist, he’ll be gunning for a spot in the top 10 this year. Métailler will also have plenty of opportunities to get involved in the ongoing R&D of TRP brakes, making similar contributions to those of four-time World Cup champ and TRP rider Aaron Gwin. Alongside the California, the 26-year-old Frenchman will help to develop products based on his experience gained on some of the most diverse tracks, trails and runs around the globe.

Learn more about Métailler’s stomping grounds in this two-part series on the Whistler Experience

Rémy Métailler chooses TRP Brakes for 2017

Up for grabs are the Slate T4 is ideal for XC, enduro or full on DH.

TRP will be launching the full details on both the G-Spec Quadiem and the G-Spec Slate in the first quarter of 2017, plus Métailler will be unveiling his new bike sponsor in early February. To celebrate this new partnership with Métailler, TRP is giving away a set of Slate T4 brakes. Click here to enter.

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