SCOR Collective

We believe that time on the bike is better when shared, so we asked some like-minded friends to join us for the ride. The SCOR Collective is a small group of talented riders who embody what we’re all about. With riding styles as diverse as their backgrounds they each have a unique way of expressing themselves on the bike and on the trails, but all are united by a passion for sharing their experiences and enthusiasm to play the mountains. Grab a beer and let’s make some introductions.


LUDO MAY - VERBIER, SWITZERLAND

Although he’d play it down, Ludo is one of Switzerland’s great riders. Having raced DH and Enduro as a pro he’s now more interested in using his skills on the trail rather than the race track. The steeper and more technical it gets the happier he is and his creativity on the bike is matched only by his creativity with a video camera. Ludo can’t help but share the fun.

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FANNIE BURKHARDT - CHAUMONT, SWITZERLAND

Fannie is local to SCOR and when she’s not riding she’s digging, helping create trails for the rest of us to enjoy. For this we are eternally grateful. Riders like Fannie are at the heart of riding communities everywhere, keeping that grassroots scene green, healthy and vibrant. She's not one to take things too seriously so, like us, is more into just riding than going racing and is always up for a road trip if it means finding new places to ride.

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KASI SCHMIDT - FREIBURG, GERMANY

Effortless style mixed with outrageous ability - if you need a rider to get the most out of a trail or feature Kasi is your man. Jibbing, jumping, skidding, sliding it’s rare that Kasi has both wheels facing in the same direction, and when he does it’s just further opportunity to pump, manual, tweak and pop. No wonder photographers love him.

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THOMAS DEL GATTO - ANNECY, FRANCE

 Go big or go home. Judging by how big Thomas goes we’re not sure he’s actually got a home, but if he does it’s probably the jump yard he’s built just outside his hometown of Annecy. Thomas could best be described as a freerider, a label for those who don’t do labels and are more interested in just riding their bike. Fun fact: Due to spending at least 50% of his riding time in the air Thomas’ tires last a lot longer than most.

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