Jeremy and Kevin, total opposites in terms of trail-styles, show how one slope can yield many types of lines.

Like a mountain biking odd couple, Jeremy and Kevin share their love of riding, but when it comes to the kinds of trails they like to build, they’re opposites. Jeremy, the engineer, favors built stunts and shaping the land to fit his style. Kevin on the other hand, likes to work with the existing terrain, flowing downhill like water.Jeremy surveys the land before digging. Photo by <a  href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Bryan Smith and Fitz Cahall</a>  ” title=”build 2″ width=”300″ height=”200″ class=”alignright size-thumbnail wp-image-154317″ /></a></p>
<p>There’s only one slope, so who gets it?</p>
<p>Rather than throwing a winner-takes-all game of <a href=rock, paper, scissors, they have chosen to build different lines on the same piece of dirt. Not only will they get to ride each-others’ lines, but it will be a side-by-side style comparison for others who happen to encounter the trails. Everyone who hits these lines will quickly find out which kind of trail-builder they would like to be.

Video created by Fitz Cahall and Bryan Smith.