Carson Storch è il nuovo acquisto di Rocky Mountain per quanto concerne il freeride. Un contratto biennale che vedrà Carson competere in un calendario ricco di eventi slopestyle e freeride in tutto il mondo, oltre ad essere coinvolto in diversi progetti cinematografici di alto profilo.
Carson va quindi ad aggiungersi a Wade Simmons, Thomas Vanderham, Geoff Gulevich e Brett Tippie. Con questo video Rocky Mountain gli dà il benvenuto.
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NORTH VANCOUVER, BC — January 7th, 2016
Rocky Mountain Bicycles is proud to sign Carson Storch to their freeride program. The two-year deal will see Carson compete at a full schedule of slopestyle and freeride events across the globe. He will also be involved in several high profile film projects.
“Carson is unique because he rides at such a high level in both slopestyle and big mountain—and he tears it up on trail bikes too. He’ll be a great ambassador for our brand,” said Brian Park, Rocky Mountain’s Content Marketing Manager.
“Rocky Mountain has always represented freeride, and is a company that I am proud to ride for,” said Carson. “The bikes are awesome, the team is awesome, and they have been very welcoming. I’m happy to start a new chapter in my career with them.”
Carson had the opportunity to work with Rocky Mountain’s engineering team to build a custom slopestyle bike in their North Vancouver prototype lab. He will ride a carbon Maiden for the Red Bull Rampage and other big mountain events, as well as a carbon Altitude for trail riding.
The North Vancouver company has a deep history in freeride, sponsoring the first freeride team back in 1995. Carson joins Rocky Mountain alumni Wade Simmons, Thomas Vanderham, Geoff Gulevich, and Brett Tippie.
(Credits: Brian Park / Rocky Mountain Bicycles)