Boost Bro! JACKSON GOLDSTONE rides his local Squamish trails

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Jackson Goldstone was born and raised in Squamish, BC. He takes us on a loop of his favorite local trails. In and Out Burger, Angry M and some other humps and jumps behind his house.

We would like to acknowledge that the trails in this film are on the territory of the Squamish Nation and that all trails in Squamish sit on the traditional territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw.

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