Who is Jordie Lunn?
Jordie began Mountain Biking in cross-country racing, and his career blossomed in earnest as a Downhill racer. Jordie was the fastest Canadian racer at the Canada Cup Series at Mount-Saint-Anne in 2003. He became the highest ranked North American DH racer in the World Cup standings that year.
Shifting his focus to free riding in films like Ride to the Hills, The Collective, ROAM, and more, he was also the first mountain biker to land a Cork 720 trick in 2007. Jordie competed in The Fest Series, Red Bull Rampage, Crankworx (winning the best trick in 2012), and on nearly every stage in the free ride mountain bike circuit.
Since his big budget film days, Jordie had resurgence in recent years, self-producing wildly popular videos like his famous Rough AF Series. Jordie also hosted numerous events in his home region on Vancouver Island like Peanut Butter Knife Fight, Jordtron Jumpathon, Fresh Air, Jump Ship, and Bear Trax at Bear Mountain. These events gave many young riders their first introduction to competitions and provided them with a jump-off point to successful careers.
On October 9, 2019, Jordie Lunn tragically passed away from a head injury while trail riding in Mexico. His death sent shockwaves through mountain biking communities around the world.
Jordie had a positive and infectious enthusiasm for life that was admired worldwide. The kids that Jordie coached over the years absolutely loved him. There are few young men so loved and respected by their peers, friends and fans.
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