In a new video Co-lab with Reverse Components, Brett Penfold takes his trials riding skills to the trails at Descend Bikepark.
Brett Penfold is a good mate and a rider who's been with Airdrop since the beginning. At a time when Airdrop was just me operating out of my garage, he managed to convince me to help him out a bit with a bike and I'm glad he did. I'll never forget the day he rocked up to the Howard Street Dual and beat a stacked field including Steve Peat and Josh Bryceland to take the win. Brett has a rare skillset - he's a pro-level trials rider, he's seriously quick and incredibly humble. In my opinion, he's one of the best 'under the radar' riders out there.
Brett has one mountain bike - currently a custom-built Filter - and does everything on it. With new a baby on the horizon, and full-time working life restricting riding time to a "whenever you get the chance" basis, it was high time to film some of Brett's trials inspired manoeuvres on his local trails and bikepark at Danny Hart's Descend Bikepark.
Check out "All In A Day's Work" from Reverse Components:
Brett rides a custom Filter, with full Reverse Components build kit including those tasty BlackOne polished rims. If you want to know a bit more about Brett's bike, we featured it on the blog a few weeks ago: Brett's Custom Airdrop Filter.
Ed is the owner of Airdrop Bikes. A former web and graphic designer, he sacked off his job one day and decided to start up a bike brand.
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