Revelstoke mountain biker Casey Brown lands Bike Magazine feature

Revelstoke's Casey Brown has landed the cover photo and a feature article in the latest issue of Bike Magazine.

This photo of Revelstoke's Casey Brown by photographer Sven Martin is on the cover of the latest issue of Bike Magazine.

Revelstoke’s Casey Brown has landed the cover photo and a feature article in the latest issue of Bike Magazine.

“Such an honour to have a featur and the cover of @bikemag this month,” she wrote on Instagram.

Brown, who was born in New Zealand and moved to Revelstoke as a youth, is a professional mountain biker who races downhill and enduro, and films segments in mountain bike movies for Anthill Films.

The article by Nicole Formosa, titled The Tao of Casey Brown, looks at her upbringing in a remote section of New Zealand, her move to Revelstoke, her relationship with her family, and her career as a professional mountain biker.

In ‘The Tao of Casey Brown,’ we look at how this pro racer’s unorthodox upbringing has molded her into one of the world’s most daring and dynamic female riders—a woman whose phenomenal talent is eclipsed by her humility and compassion for others,” writes Bike Magazine.

We haven’t seen the issue on newsstands in Revelstoke yet, but you can purchase the issue online here:

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