Propain Bikes

The New Tyee

Five Athletes | Four Video Parts

Propain Bikes recently released their new Tyee enduro bike, and put together a four-part video series with five of their athletes to showcase its capabilities across a wide variety of terrain and riding styles. Some serious shredding happening in these videos! Stay tuned for our Dissected feature on Propain’s latest bike, and in the mean time enjoy these videos.

PART 1 – Marin Kaux x PROPAIN Tyee CF 29″Those Frenchies… Marin Kaux is a young French enduro racer and comes from Saint Tropez, France. He showed us his home trails and some secret spots where names like Loic Bruni and Loris Vergier come regularly to train in the off-season. We were very surprised by these incredible trails, but even more surprised by Marin himself. At full speed, he hammered down the trails and demonstrated just how fast the new Tyee can go. Paired with a fat beat, the result is a fast-paced, action-packed shredit which you don’t want to miss.

PART 2 – Rémy Métailler x PROPAIN Tyee CF MixThe master of bike control. Rémy Métailler is also originally from the south of France, but has been living in Squamish, Canada for quite some time now. Some say he is the best mountain biker of our time when it comes to brake control and technical lines. This video puts his skills on full display and will leave you jaw-dropped – just a true masterpiece! Big thanks to the exceptional talent behind the cameria, Scott Secco.

PART 3 – Cami Nogueira x PROPAIN Tyee CF 27,5″Power in Sedona. The next part of the video series is about Cami Nogueira. Cami is an Argentinian freerider living in Aspen, Colorado. Together with filmmaker Tory Powers, she spent a few days in the mountain biking mecca of Sedona. Known for her technical and challenging lines, Cami shows off her outstanding skills on the bike in this video, descending extremely steep rocks with ease. A definite must-watch!

PART 4 – Ruso Bros x PROPAIN Tyee AL 27,5″Party laps, tricks and big air. Bikeparks and Tyee? Yes absolutely! The Ruso Bros were in the bike park La Fenasosa in Spain, and it was just as you imagine a park built by Nico Vink: Big jumps, steep turns and endless flow! Daniel and Elias Ruso reached deep into their bag of tricks and provided a real freeride-party! Switch on and enjoy.


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