Freeride Mountain Bike Star Jordie Lunn Has Died of a Head Injury After Crashing in Mexico

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Jordie Lunn, died, mountain bike
Jordie Lunn. Credit: YT

Reports are coming in that famous Canadian mountain bike freerider, Jordie Lunn, 36 has died of a head injury.

He apparently crashed while riding in Mexico with Darren Berrecloth, Greg Watts and Brayden Barrett-Hay.

YT’s bio of Jordie on their website sums him up perfectly:

If we’re talking about crazy riders, the name of the Roughneck from Parksville, BC is bound to come up. His unmistakable style both on and off the trails is forever burned in every memory. At the age of 11, he rode his first BMX bike, and at 15 he switched to mountain biking. Since then, Jordie has competed in World Cup DH, Crankworx, and Red Bull Rampage. After securing the “Best Trick” win at Crankworx 2012 with a Cork 720, the Canadian became especially known for his big moves. He also showed off his love for old-school freeride lines in his popular video series “Rough AF”. A freerider who is the perfect incarnation of YT.

Jordie Lunn, died, mountain bike
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