What Mountain Biker Brandon Semenuk Can’t Live Without
And no, we’re not talking about his bike
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Brandon Semenuk is only 26 but has already won three Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour gold medals and started a film company called Revel Co. When he's not on the road competing, Semenuk is often back home on his five-acre property in Whistler where he has a 30-jump bike park. That's where we caught up with him to ask about his essential, non-bike, everyday gear.
A camera has become essential in my day-to-day items. Film or digital, it doesn’t matter as long as it’s ready to shoot. Recently, I’ve been using this Fujifilm Klasse W film camera.
Style meets comfort with Etnies Scout Shoes. Hustling through airports or spending a day at the beach, this is the ultimate everyday shoe for me.
The Space Brace ankle braces are the most important piece of equipment I use for riding. Without them, my ankles would be destroyed and I wouldn’t be on my bike as much as I’d like to.
No matter where you are or what you’re doing, music makes things better. I always bring a portable Bluetooth travel speaker with me, like this one from Harman Kardon.
I drink a lot of tea, so a reliable, well-tested tea kettle is a necessity for me.
TurnGreat snack bars are a truly healthy and tasty snack for life on the road, in between sessions, or just something to fill the void in between meals.