661 x Remy Metailler Partnership
SIXSIXONE, the original MTB protection brand, are pleased to announce a protection & glove partnership with Squamish based French rider, Remy Metailler.
Famous for his early Whistler bike park edits, Remy has spent countless hours pushing the limits of bike, body and trail. Tackling the most exposed and difficult terrain in the world with speed and style has put Remy in the top percentage of the world’s very best riders.
Remy’s unique riding style, technical fortitude and insane POV ride content puts him at the top of the MTB game. With endless energy for creating unrivalled ride inspiration, SIXSIXONE are stoked to announce brand partnership and collaboration on product development and content to get you inspired to ride.
Remy will be riding in a variety of SIXSIXONE products including the new Recon Advance Knee & Elbow Protection, Evo upper body protection, DBO pads – all featuring world renowned D3O impact technology – along with wrist & ankle supports and the SIXSIXONE classic, the Raji Glove.
On and off the bike Remy’s energetic, authentic persona gives the best representation of why the mountain bike lifestyle is so enjoyable. Push your limits and get inspired to ride with 661 Protection and Remy Metailler.
Speaking on the new partnership Remy Metailler shared; “Excited to partner with 661 Protection. They have made such a difference in the world of protections a few years back with their famous soft pads with the white 661 logo. I had a pair, like about every mountain biker at the time! It’s going to be fun working with the team and helping design some of the new products. See you in the trails!”
SIXSIXONE Brand Director Andrew Gowan had this to say “661 have a lengthy history of working closely with our riders and ambassadors to improve and perfect our product, and I’m really looking forward to being able to tap into Remy’s experience and knowledge to take our products to the next level. Remy is an insane rider, his tech skills are off the chart, and he’s a genuinely nice guy. We’re very proud to have him flying the 661 flag.”