What can an electronic mountain bike do on a famous MTB course in France? Josh Bryceland is about to show you.
Watching Bryceland achieve absurd air time in this Cannondale edit feels like he somehow learned to channel the powers of E.T.
But there’s no magic here — just the insane moves of an uber-talented rider given a bike with a little more oomph than usual.
To illustrate the ability of its Moterra Neo LT, Cannondale took Bryceland to the Royal Hills Bike Park in the south of France. This famous park provides “some of the biggest, burliest jump lines in the world for riders to push their limits,” Cannondale said in a news release for its latest edit.
“Strangely, once I got the first few sends out the way, I felt more confident riding the jumps on the eMTB,” Bryceland said. “That added stability is a nice safety blanket for my rusty old self [when] hitting jumps of this size.”
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