Coincidentally, they live in the same place too so it was only a matter of time - or a matter of a break in the World Cup schedule - for the two to come together on some video projects.
Take a look at the duo hitting some of Squamish's finest rocks in the video below.
These guys are both astoundingly good riders and it's not like Remy doesn't surround himself with talent, but having the World Cup overall silver medalist to follow around is a commendable guest even by his standards.
These guys are both so unattainably good that it's hard to actually learn anything from them by watching them ride. In my humble opinion, it's better to just sit back and watch poetry in motion with these two.
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