Brett, Taco and I went out for a rip out in Squamish on the search for some prime dirt. We ended up finding amazing looking new features on Homebrew that had been built in the last two weeks.
We had ridden Pnuts a few weeks earlier and figured we’d try again. Turns out it was covered under about 3 feet of fresh snow. Instead, we rode Cakewalk to Full Nelson, traversed back across the mountain and explored near Homebrew. Everything in these pictures (with the exception of one stepdown) was built in just a few weeks. Squamish trail builders work fast! They had planks left out and weren’t quite ready to hit, but it looks unreal.
Brett hitting the first drop on Roadside Attraction. The trail is mostly decrepit, but this first hit is still fun.
This is the first step down on home brew, and it’s the biggest one.
Awesome final jump over the old log ride line. I hope they build a hip off the log too.
The smallest gap on Homebrew.
The gaps look like the perfect size. This line will be fun.
Perfect Gap Size
Brett, Taco and my Reign chillin and lookin savage!
Trail looks mint!
It was hard to get a good photo, but this is the biggest jump I ever seen. Massive lip and a giant run in. I think it was from a video.
This is the lip to the massive sender. The run in is massive.