Powder Hounds seek new terrain

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Ronnie Renner snowbikes in McCall, British Columbia, Canada in February 2017. –
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Wyatt Caldwell / Red Bull Content Pool

Darren Berrecloth and Robbie Maddison learn snow biking in thrilling new series.

Snow bikes have been around for decades, however the sport has only taken off properly in the last few seasons as the likes of Canadian Reagan Sieg break new ground.

The limits of what humans and machines can achieve are being pushed ever further with mountain biker Darren Berrecloth and Australian stunt rider Robbie Maddison keen to explore this daredevil world in a new four-part video series called “Powder Hounds”.



Maddison joined Sieg, Ronnie Renner and Brett Blaser in central Idaho for the first part of his education.

The 36-year-old revealed, “This is an opportunity for me to test new boundaries – a new facet of the sport.”

Blaser added, “Idaho is the birthplace of snow biking. Big steep stuff. Places people have never seen.”

Berrecloth and Brock Buttars then joined the fun in British Columbia where they carved out even bigger, gnarlier lines on stunning, newly explored terrain.

Reagen Sieg, Robbie Maddison, Darren Berrecloth, and Brock Buttars snowbike in Braloren, British Columbia, Canada in February 2017. –
Photographer Credit:
Wyatt Caldwell / Red Bull Content Pool
Reagen Sieg, Robbie Maddison, Darren Berrecloth, and Brock Buttars prepare to snowbike in Braloren, British Columbia, Canada in February 2017. –
Photographer Credit:
Wyatt Caldwell / Red Bull Content Pool
Ronnie Renner, Robbie Maddison, Reagen Sieg, and Brock Buttars prepare to snowbike in Burgdorf, British Columbia, Canada in February, 2017. –
Photographer Credit:
Wyatt Caldwell / Red Bull Content Pool

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