Rémy, hailing from the picturesque city of Nice, France, found his true calling amidst the rugged terrain of Squamish, British Columbia. Born on November 30, 1990, he has become a legend in the world of extreme sports, particularly in mountain biking. With an illustrious career as a four-time RedBull Rampage athlete, Rémy has etched his name in the annals of biking history, leaving behind countless moments of sheer adrenaline-fueled excitement.

Beyond the trails and ramps, Rémy's passions extend far and wide. From mastering the art of cooking to carving through powder on skis, from conquering waves while surfing to feeling the rush of wind on a moto ride, he thrives on the thrill of exploration and adventure. Yet, amidst his diverse interests, biking remains his primary focus. Now, Rémy dedicates himself to pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved on two wheels, while also sharing his wealth of experience and knowledge through educational content on YouTube. With each video, he inspires countless enthusiasts and aspiring riders, igniting a passion for biking that transcends borders and boundaries.

A Closer Look at Rémy’s Bike Storage

Rémy a espacé ses vélos de 400 mm et les a accrochés à des hauteurs alternées pour faire rentrer encore plus de vélos dans un espace réduit. Il a 8 vélos dans des Steadyracks. Le fait de charger ses vélos de cette manière lui permet d'obtenir plus de place dans un espace restreint tout en étant capable de les faire pivoter d'un côté à l'autre pour accéder au vélo qu'il souhaite utiliser.