Transition Dirtbag, Kona Roast 2002 and specialized BMX
Finally have a mountain bike show beyond the sports stations. Saturday time slots for sports TV (any canadian would know) now has drop in as a tv show. This is a huge step and props to drop-in. This sport is getting so strong in canada.
Dylan Tremblay – Mellow, quirky, dread haired character obsessed about riding anything & anywhere unique. Dylan returns for his third straight season on the bus. Dylan is regularly stopped on the street for autographs so he gets left behind a lot.
Tyler Klassen – “Super T” is a methodical maniac. He carefully and strategically dissects high consequence moves which sometimes have him hurling himself off of 35 foot cliffs. Tyler is afraid of heights.
Steve Romaniuk – Steve exploded onto the pro mountain bike scene when he appeared as a member of the Drop In Crew for the second season of the series and proceeded to blow everyone away with his super smooth style and stoked personality.
Cameron McCaul – The California Kid show’s a true passion for the sport. When you don’t take your pads off for hours after a session and it’s all you think / talk about it’s an obsession and you can see it in Cam.
Ryan Schnepf – The Newcomer. Ryan stands out as the most consistent and hungry rider on the tour. He quickly became the resident bike mechanic and, being one of the older guys, ties a thread to the real world when things get too surreal.
To all canadians. Tape it watch it, send in comments to Global. Lets keep bringing this thing back
Props to you for mentioning it. I saw part of drop in 3, but I because of its time here (7:30) AM and PM, I'm always either sleeping, eating breakfast or doing homework, so I didn't catch much. I like their stuff, but they get boring if you watch them for a month in a row. I'm much more exhilerated when I learn a new gear ratio on my bike which I love.