Fan Favorite Shows Off Front Wheel Control On Rock Slab

Rock slabs are a popular trail feature in many parts of the world. British Columbia especially is known for its abundance of slabs.

Watch Squamish rider Ollie Lowthorpe stoppie down one such rock below.

This video featured an incredibly technical move. Stoppies require riders to hit the front brake and find a balance point over the front wheel of the bike without pitching too far forward. On a steep rock slab, this can be tougher.

Thankfully, Lowthorpe is an expert and cleaned the move easily.

Ollie Lowthorpe is a famous rider from Squamish BC. His calling card is riding steep rock slabs with a distinctive rubber duck on his handlebars. Read about one of his viral moments passing a rock climber below.

Related: Rock Climber Startled By Mountain Biker Descending Next To Him

It is very cool to see riders pushing the boundaries of what is possible on a bike. Riding technical slabs in a more technical manner always makes for a good video.

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