7mesh Ambassadors & Partners
Three-time 24 Hour Solo World Champion and current Annapurna Circuit record holder, Cory Wallace knows a thing or two about what to wear in the mountains. And when he’s racing for the win, he relies on 7mesh apparel.
Some cyclists transcend the sport, elevated beyond their palmarès by character alone - cyclists like Canada’s Svein Tuft. But in truth, there’s no one quite like this Giro d’Italia stage winner, Tour de France stage winner, and thirteen-time Canadian national champion. Svein’s backcountry exploits beyond the peloton are legendary, as are his efforts in helping other riders achieve their goals. For these and many other reasons, we’re proud to call Svein a 7mesh ambassador.
With a pedigree that includes winning the Queen Stage at the Pietra Ligure EWS and regular podium positions at the Crankworx Summer Series, Rhys Verner has emerged as one of the most promising talents on the international enduro scene. And with his recent signing to box-fresh, all-BC outfit Forbidden Synthesis, the 23-year-old Squamish local is raring to go for gold once again.
Canadian artist Kate Zessel spends a lot of time in the mountains. When she’s not skiing or hiking with her dogs, you can find her biking the wild places of British Columbia, seeking inspiration for the bold and intricate artwork she creates at her home studio in Pemberton.
Mountain bike legend, Squamish local, and now 7mesh Athlete - we're pleased to announce a partnership with Rémy Métailler, one of mountain biking's most progressive riders, known for his unnerving ability to find new lines and send them with style, speed, and effortless flow.
A former national track cyclist in Australia who got the bug for mountain bike riding after a move to the UK as a teenager, Laura eventually found her way to Squamish in search of great riding, where she stayed and made waves.