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    darren berrecloth is overrated and annoying

    I haven't been following darren for very long. My exposure to him is all the Rampage events. Can't that guy land ANYTHING? I am sure he is great at DJ but he has no business at Rampage.

    Also got a chance to see him interviewed at the "Where the trail ends" RedBull premiere. He came across as a ******bag.

    Can anyone tell me why he is famous?

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    Im not really trying to defend him but lets see you go that big and land it every time...

    Also he has had some of the most unique lines at Rampage the last few events, much more creative and thinking outside the box, some of which didnt have the biggest/ best outcome but he is riding his vision not necessarily what is going to get the best score. SOME fans, sponsors and other riders like and respect that as much if not more than "cookie cutter" lines, and no Rampage isnt cookie cutter but hopefully you understand where I am going.

    If you dont like him you dont like him its all good. I really didnt care for watching Andre Lacondeguy* from the footage I had seen but really liked watching him ride at Rampage. Not that he isnt good or wasnt doing massive sh*t it just didnt make me too excited, til I saw real life.
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    He's a dope rider. Watch the older Collective videos and other NWD videos he was featured in to give him a fair chance.

    I totally understand if he's not your style but you should really watch Where Trail Ends as well. He is an animal in that film.
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    One of the biggest things I respect about "The Claw" is the fact that although he comes from a dirt jump background, he always manages to pick out the gnarliest un-sculpted lines at Rampage. Nothing wrong with the crazy big ramps and other features but for me the essence of that event has always been natural terrain and he knows how to read that stuff better than anybody. Never met the guy personally so I can't comment on that but one interview isn't really much to base an opinion off of....
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    I'll check out Where the Trail Ends. If I remember correctly, he ran the same line several years in a row at Rampage because he could never clear it.

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    Let me preface this with I AM NOT CALLING ANYONE OUT SPECIFICALLY!

    In a sense, you sort of have to have a little bit of an "I'm the man," overconfident, hyped up attitude when you're a top level athlete. Now please don't confuse this with outright unsportsmanlike conduct, that's not what I'm referring to here. Sure sometimes I think the higher self confidence can come off as being an @hole. But if you don't have that kind of mindset and drive, you'll never throw yourself off a 40' cliff or jump a 60' canyon gap!

    Darren Berrecloth is a great rider because he consistently pushes the limits of what is perceived to be possible on a mountain bike, and does it with style.

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    He did run the same line a few times. As much as I like to see the different lines people attempt I appreciate that he didn't give up on his initial line. It shows to me that he's not just in it for the check but also for the love and to have fun. He's a talented enough rider to have picked out a line that incorporated the pre-made obstacles and a quick podium but chose to finish what he started.

    Not my favorite rider but he's a savage. I like his eye for lines and really admire how much work he puts into building what he rides. You don't get guns like that from riding a chairlift at a bike park!

    Also, the 3's he throws in his big mountain segments will never get old to me.
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    I think getting old is overrated and annoying...

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    nitecrwlr you are a kook

    Prove you are not some barney with pics of you doing JUST LEGIT 20 footers.
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    I have been in this downhill mountain biking sport for 14 years...I have seen where drops of 6 feet got you on the cover of a magazine to people doing helicopters off a 50 foot oakley Sender.

    Let me just say this one time. Guys that go big are a certain breed. They are very good riders with big balls. Look at the style they are throwing off those jumps. On smaller stuff they have a lot of style. The Claw may not be your favorite but I love the lines he takes. Even if he makes it or not. Videos do the riding at RBR no justice. You can't see the knifes edge they are running at top and how steep it really is. It sickens me when they say bad stuff about Bender. Fvck Bender is the father of the Red Bull Rampage. He was the one riding all those lines up in Virgin. And yes on a bike that boy can ride.

    nitecrwlr if you have talent and are not overrated then ride KING KONG...a trail Bender made. You clean that, then my hats off to you. If not then you are just another wannabe putting others down...and my term for you kook and barney will follow you on all your post.

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    I think the kid just never saw claw in his prime...heis getting older. I don't feel like the industry looks at him as the greatest rider right now. I don't think anyone would say he is the best anymore...but he is just incredible. Bc of him, the freeride scene is whereit is. Everyone gets older and can't keep progressing. You can't recover as quickly and slow down.

    As far as how he acts, you have to understand he gets surrounded everytime he's out. I wouldn't want to be talked to by everyone. Both berrecloth brothers are amazingly nice but are quiet dudes. They just love the outdoors and are there for you. I've seen both of them spend tons of time talking, helping out kids, and showing them how to ride. I have he upmost respect for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitecrwlr View Post
    he has no business at Rampage.
    You're new to this, aren't you?

    He may have not come from a big mountain background, but he's been doing this stuff for a lot longer than most of those kids out there. His 360 drop of the roadgap at Crankworx was groundbreaking and really raised the bar for these competitions. He's had a huge influence on freeride. I don't know if you'd appreciate it, but his segment in The Collective is a classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hack On Wheels View Post
    His 360 drop of the roadgap at Crankworx was groundbreaking and really raised the bar for these competitions.
    That was insane and still to this day stands out in my mind when I think of the Claw.
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    Didn't Claw just come off a huge back injury right before Rampage this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    Didn't Claw just come off a huge back injury right before Rampage this year?
    Yup broke his back last year.
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    Respect the elders man. Funny I'm referring to the Claw as an elder but in this sport, it is constantly being progressed by new talent, younger talent, aggressive talent (possibly dumber talent) and the sport gets crazier and crazier with each generation. Hell each year, even. Remember Tippie? Simmons? Dangerous Dan? Old school dudes that in their time were groundbreaking and can still ride the balls off most of us here likely. Funny we are starting to think of the Claw and his brethren in that category but time moves on. But respect should not. They (he) are more than due.

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    Check out his segment in NWD 10.. its one of the best..

    its like saying Semenuk sucks because he didn't have a great Rampage this year.. Claw did finish 3rd in 2010.. man that sucks huh?

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    Watching him in Rampage and all the other videos gives me hope. I love Freeride and I'm right behind him in age so it makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside watching him ride like an animal. Same goes for Peaty and all the other guys in their mid to late thirties riding their bikes like they're still 20. It makes me feel like I'll still have it in me for a while.
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    The age thing is silly mostly I think. If you take take of yourself you can be a strong athlete for a long time. I am now 43 and ride better every year and go bigger every year. Do you know who Randy Couture is, he fought as heavyweight champ in the UFC until he was 47 and fought at 48, really didn't come into his prime until mid 30's..

    Only difference is injuries take longer to heal..

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    Did someone mention PEATY!!!

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    Love the Claw.

    How can anyone say, with a straight face, that this guy's not a legit rider. I don't care how he placed at the Rampage, the guy is a freaking beast.
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    For someone who couldn't make it in BMX, he transitioned over to MTB and changed the face of the sport. I think everyone can agree on that.

    I think it's funny because at the time he moved into MTB - it could have been any number of BMX riders who had the skills to throw around a 26" bicycle, in his shoes. The truth is it wasn't Ryan Nyquist or Chad Kagy or the Blue Falcon who moved onto big wheels - it was Darren Berrecloth. Gotta give him props for making it happen.

    Chris Duncan did the same thing around the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitecrwlr View Post
    I haven't been following darren for very long. My exposure to him is all the Rampage events. Can't that guy land ANYTHING? I am sure he is great at DJ but he has no business at Rampage.

    Also got a chance to see him interviewed at the "Where the trail ends" RedBull premiere. He came across as a ******bag.

    Can anyone tell me why he is famous?
    This post is spilling over with fail.

    You may look at countless contests, videos, interviews, the impact he has had on freeride is huge.

    Even if your exposure to him is only "all the Rampage events", then your memory is not serving you well.

    To me, he clearly stands up there with legends like Shandro and Simmons as guys who paved the way a decade ago for us to have the bikes, contests, skills, vision that you seem to take for granted today.
    You better just go ahead and drop that seatpost down to the reflector... the trail gets pretty rough down there.

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    I'm not saying that once you're old you're done by any means. It's a sport that I love dearly and never plan to stop riding, but after coming out of arm surgery this last year with six months of physical therapy just so I could hold the handlebars again the age thing worries me. I still plan on progressing and getting better with age and experience but watching the "older ish" dudes kill it makes me not worry as much.
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    That's why he's famous.

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    Lots of "new" guys tried rampage this year and got a rude awakening (Pilgrim, Messere, etc...). Seems like you're just a wannabe poser just like me. But, please fart not in your mouth cause it reeks twice as bad.
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    First things first, are you high on crack right now?? Feeling depressed so you have to ***** about DB?
    Berrecloth is a veteran and an asset to the sport. Without him the sport and life style of free ride would not be what it is right now. Yes, he can be serious and come across as a ****** sometimes. He is not. But have you really taken the time or had the opp to hangout and ride with him? I suggest you do before you go judging somebody as great to the sport as he is.
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    anybody else feeling a troll?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitecrwlr View Post
    I haven't been following darren for very long. My exposure to him is all the Rampage events. Can't that guy land ANYTHING? I am sure he is great at DJ but he has no business at Rampage.

    Also got a chance to see him interviewed at the "Where the trail ends" RedBull premiere. He came across as a ******bag.

    Can anyone tell me why he is famous?
    If you had the talent that Darren has in his right testicle, you wouldn't be here putn sh1t on him.
    You kind of made yourself out to look pathetic, well done!
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    Nitecrwlr - Ill send you $1k if you can just clear 1 line at Rampage . These PROs make jumps, drops, and gaps look easy so maybe this is why you think he has no business there. Hey , you may not like a rider due to his character but NEVER discredit anyone from their hard work , years of broken bones, blood , and tears .

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    i used to ride bmx with darren back in the day. This is when he was just getting into mtb. we also built alot of ramps together at an abandoned tunnel here in town. If you don't mind let me tell you a quick story about Darren. At this tunnel where we were building in, there were lights on in the nightime while we built but no power source. We would bring down our cordless tools but when the batteries died that was it for building. Well darren spotted an electrical outlet on the the tunnel ceiling. It was probably thirty feet up. I looked at it and thought there is no way we are going to plug into that without a scissor lift. Well the next night i show up and sure enough there is a cord hanging from the outlet. Darren had nailed a bunch of 2x4's together end to end and after many hours of struggle had managed to get plug in the extension cord with his big stick. Unfortunately the plug in was not live. The guy is determined and driven. I think he is more focused a driving mtb in the direction of big mountain riding and not just bmx dirt jumping with bigger wheels. He goes for the hard tricks and hard lines. I watched him at crankworks a few years ago 360 look back the big gap at the end. That is one of the hardest tricks to be done at crankworks in my opinion. The back flips and tailwhips certainly look impressive but are childsplay when compared to a big spin trick. Darren has my respect.

    further in person darren is one of the most humble down to earth dudes who just loves ridings bikes that you will ever meet.

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    Dont feed the troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    Didn't Claw just come off a huge back injury right before Rampage this year?
    He did break his back again, this year in August practicing for Joyride, maybe six or seven weeks before the Rampage.

    oh and +1 for Claw. one of the best and one of my personal favorites. A true pioneer
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitecrwlr View Post
    I haven't been following darren for very long. My exposure to him is all the Rampage events. Can't that guy land ANYTHING? I am sure he is great at DJ but he has no business at Rampage.

    Also got a chance to see him interviewed at the "Where the trail ends" RedBull premiere. He came across as a ******bag.

    Can anyone tell me why he is famous?
    And keep in mind that he massively f-ed up his back a tCrankworx this year... And he still came out to Rampage.
    The arsonist has oddly shaped feet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by antihero19 View Post
    i used to ride bmx with darren back in the day. This is when he was just getting into mtb. we also built alot of ramps together at an abandoned tunnel here in town. If you don't mind let me tell you a quick story about Darren. At this tunnel where we were building in, there were lights on in the nightime while we built but no power source. We would bring down our cordless tools but when the batteries died that was it for building. Well darren spotted an electrical outlet on the the tunnel ceiling. It was probably thirty feet up. I looked at it and thought there is no way we are going to plug into that without a scissor lift. Well the next night i show up and sure enough there is a cord hanging from the outlet. Darren had nailed a bunch of 2x4's together end to end and after many hours of struggle had managed to get plug in the extension cord with his big stick. Unfortunately the plug in was not live. The guy is determined and driven. I think he is more focused a driving mtb in the direction of big mountain riding and not just bmx dirt jumping with bigger wheels. He goes for the hard tricks and hard lines. I watched him at crankworks a few years ago 360 look back the big gap at the end. That is one of the hardest tricks to be done at crankworks in my opinion. The back flips and tailwhips certainly look impressive but are childsplay when compared to a big spin trick. Darren has my respect.

    further in person darren is one of the most humble down to earth dudes who just loves ridings bikes that you will ever meet.

    my 2 cents
    very cool story !!! Hats off to the Claw !!
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    Dont feed the troll.
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    CONTOUR - Cam McCaul Crashes hard at the Winterberg Red Bull Bergline - YouTube

    Darren Berrecloth to the rescue. Watch to the end. Awesome guy.

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    I have nothing to say, except that I have complete utter respect for that man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkon11 View Post
    I have nothing to say, except that I have complete utter respect for that man.
    The only thing better than utter respect, is udder respect. Respect the teats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by z1freeride View Post
    CONTOUR - Cam McCaul Crashes hard at the Winterberg Red Bull Bergline - YouTube

    Darren Berrecloth to the rescue. Watch to the end. Awesome guy.
    is there a doctor in the house....DR CLAW !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS View Post
    nitecrwlr you are a kook

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    I'll tell you what I think all these guys are amazing. Back in the late seventies when this was all getting started our tricks and jumps were nothing compared to what these guys are doing today. And yeah you do get older and can't perform stunts as well as a few years back. Such is life. More power to all these guys, they are all amazing. They do things I never would have thought possible.

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    To me he always comes across as humble down to earth and straight shooter kinda rider.

    I dont think i can recall any clips of him acting like a ******- ever ..

    The Claw is a sponsors dream, in every way. Skills, manners and right attitude.

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    I always liked Darren, take it for what its worth I only know him from both print and video. (just like the OP) One of my favorites was this video linked below. As a matter of fact after watching the latest rampage I think Semenuk could learn a lesson or two from DB about competing and humility.

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    Darren was the first succesful bmx convert. He's been riding big mountain lines since the very early days, and was the first to bring alot of the more technical bmx tricks to 26" wheels. And definitely the first to take them in to the big mountain riding. If i am not mistaken, he was the first to 360 off a drop to a big mountain chute. now he is one of the main player to be pushing this new unridden remote big mountain riding. One of the most innovative and important riders in the short history of mountain bike free riding. Not to mention one of the nicest and most likeable guys around. You need to watch some early vids, i.e. Roam, Seasons, some of the early NWD's. You will learn to respect him, and if not, you should just stop riding altogether. Watch the new episode of Life Behind Bars, and listen to the respect he has among his peers while at Rampage. And while youre at it, watch this interview too, has good riding littered through out so it won't be a bore.

    Life Behind Bars - Life Behind Bars - Crashes and Qualifiers at Red Bull Rampage - Episode 14 - YouTube

    NWD Greatest Hits interview - NWD Greatest Hits - Darren Berrecloth Edit Video - Pinkbike

    Ohh, and he was on an MTV cribs episode. When was the last time a mountain biker was on cribs? ha


    dont forget he broke his back a year ago and again right around joyride. only to compete in rampage 7-8 weeks later? not to mention slamming back first off a20 foot drop. one tough dude.hes 30 yo, knows his window is closing, and has done poor at the past two rampages....for those who didnt see it live, they interviewed all riders after their finals runs...after crashing out darren had the biggest smile out of everyone. you could tell he had a blast and just loves riding, great ambassodor(sp?) for the sport. cant see how anyone could speak nagatively about him.
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    I also have much respect for the claw,


    but does he remind anyone else of AC Slater?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS View Post
    is there a doctor in the house....DR CLAW !!!
    Pushing a couple medics out of the way to pop another rider's shoulder back in...That's pure freeride love right there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by csermonet View Post
    Darren was the first succesful bmx convert..
    I'd have to question that - tons of bmx guys went to mtb at one time or another. Brian Lopes, Pete Loncarevich, Tinker Juarez, Toby Henderson, Cheri Eliot...
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