Brett Rheeder had barely finished his Red Bull Joyride winning run before he started asking, “what next?” Always looking for ways to keep pushing himself and his sport, the Ontario-born slopestyle star looks forward to his next move in the concluding chapter of The Brett Rheeder Story.
In the upper echelon of international slopestyle competition, success isn’t just a matter of physical ability. The pressure of competition and the intense media hype surrounding big events like Crankworkx requires riders to be as strong mentally as they are physically. With the confidence of a Red Bull Joyride victory on his side, Rheeder looks to the mental aspect of riding to help him push forward into the future of slopestyle competition. Confidence and mental strength are useful in competition, but Rheeder also relies on being comfortable and relaxed during contests to enjoy his time at the top, both on course and at home all year.
If you’re just catching the series now, watch part one and two of Telus Storyhive project, The Brett Rheeder Story below.
Part one follows Brett Rheeder as he moves from the family farm in Ontario to international slopestyle competition.
In the second installment of the Telus Storyhive video series, hard work leads to success at Red Bull Joyride, and the start of relocating from Ontario to the interior of B.C.