Brett Rheeder is one of slopestyles biggest names right now, but it wasn’t always that way. Rheeder grew up in Mount Albert, Ont, where he learned to ride mountain bikes by building jumps on his family farm and spending long Ontario winters putting in as much time at the Joyride 150 indoor bike park as possible. In Chapter One of its three part series focusing on Rheeder, Telus Storyhive looks back at how the young slopestyle rider attracted attention living in the east when the mountain bike industry was focused on looking west. This episode covers the Ontario athlete’s first wins up to his arrival on the world stage, culminating in a run on the Crankworx Triple Crown, awarded to the rider that successfully wins the slopestyle event at Crankworx Rotorua, Les Deux Alps, and Whistler’s Redbull Joyride. From the family farm to the world stage, the Brett Rheeder story is one worth watching.