The North Face: Exploring The Bendor Range

Big mountain riding on another level, Mike Hopkins and Matt Miles go heli biking in the Bendor Range, BC and scope out some frankly ridiculous lines. If you have ever filmed MTB, or taken photos, you’ll know the camera flattens everything, so when it looks vertical on tape, you know it is big!

“Part of mountain biking is that surge for the next location that’s going to push you as an athlete and push the sport of mountain biking. Often what happens is you over look what’s in your own backyard.”

The North Face rider Mike Hopkins and friend Matt Miles set out in August 2012 on an expedition to explore first descents in the Bendor Range of Bralorne, British Columbia. This is the story of their journey…

Music:
Sarah Schahner – Mountain
Kerry Muzzey- Goa
Freeland – Burn The Clock
Sarah Schahner- Origins

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