Rémy Métailler rides Skyline to Sea Trail with CamelBak

Rémy can ride the biggest lines but he can also be a smooth operator

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Follow Rémy Métailler as he rides a few trails in the Sea To Sky corridor. Video supported by CamelBak with the new #Skyline 10 LR. #Gotyourbak

Follow Rémy Métailler as he rides a few trails in the Sea To Sky corridor. Video supported by CamelBak with the new #Skyline 10 LR. #Gotyourbak (click to enlarge)

Rémy Métailler is one of the most dynamic riders today as he demonstrated in this assault on Whistler Bike Park.

But Rémy is incredibly versatile as well, as he can ride some of the smoothest and most creative lines.

Hailing from Nice France, where some of the most fastest and most dynamic riders come from, Rémy got used to very technical and highly variable trail conditions. A single ride can have boulders, moss, sand and dust. So he has the skillset to thrive in a variety of conditions. These days he spends most of his time in British Columbia, attacking or just appreciating the local trails.

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  • kwl says:

    This is not called Skyline to Sea trail as the title suggests. It is a mix of a few different trails in the Sea to Sky corrider. Namely, Treasure Trail in Squamish and Overnight Sensation in Pemberton.

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