Nothing less than first place is satisfactory for Canadian slopestyle mountain biker Brett Rheeder. With 5 Crankworx slopestyle wins already under his belt, Rheeder enters the 2018 season with the possibility of adding 4 more. First things first, recovering from a long-term knee injury and getting back to not only the level he was at on the bike, but one step further like all his fellow competitors would be doing. After starting off the season with a strong performance, Brett struggles to find his rhythm before the next few events, leading to some personally disappointing results. After working with his mental performance coach, Brett is able to get back on track before the biggest slopestyle event of the year, Joyride. With all focus now on the event in Whistler, he hopes to finish off the season as strong as it started.