You might recognize his bike’s handlebars more than his face beneath a helmet, but Geoff Gulevich is arguable one of the best to document his own elite level of freeride mountain biking. We’ve “supported” Gully for nearly a decade now, most recently on his one-of-a-kind traverse of the Himalayas in Nepal…where he so eloquently stated that our North Shore Bike Liner “literally saved my ass.”

Yet there’s so much more to Gulevich besides the bike. Sure it’s his meal ticket, but he’s also a pretty talented skier (currently recovering from a gnarly backcountry accident…get well soon, amigo!), a damn fine golfer (consistently breaking 80), an intrepid traveler (see: Nepal) and a family man to boot. And knowing “It Begins With What’s BN3TH,” we tapped Gully for some images from his personal camera roll to give you a glimpse BN3TH the Surface of this truly extraordinary man.

All captions by Geoff Gulevich.

Soaking in the views of the Red Valley  at 15,000 feet, near the Rainbow Mountains in Peru. We were trying to catch our breath at the summit but it wasn't only the views that took our breath away. It was getting up there.

Working on my next career at the PGA West Course in Palm Desert, CA.

Offseason training with my partner in crime [wife Brianna] in California.

Tea break in Nepal's Himalaya Mountains while waiting out the snow storm, as were aiming to advance from 14,000 feet to the Thorong La pass (17,650 feet).

Feeling at home in my most comfortable environment, not far from [my Vancouver, B.C.] home.

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