Home: Montreal, Canada
Samuel is passionate about expedition stories and the nordicity of Quebec. He cycled across Canada and then the United States, rode all over northeastern America, climbed high peaks in the western United States and Canada, in Ecuador and in the Alps.
As part of the Transtaïga 2018 and 2021 expeditions, he crossed Quebec by bike and canoe, first from south to north, from Montreal to Kuujjuaq, then from east to west, from Blanc-Sablon to Waskaganish, in the company of David Désilets. In 2020, with Félix-Antoine Tremblay, he completed the first bike crossing of the Route blanche in the Lower North Shore.
His first book, La quête du retour, was published in 2021 by Les Heures Bleues. He regularly contributes to the magazine Espaces and proudly rides his Anticosti gravel bike in the streets of Montreal all year round.
Torngat 27.5FatbikesIsolated in northern Quebec, located in the Arctic Cordillera, the Torngat Mountains are frequented only by those who have the real will to face the elements of nature. We do not get there by chance. It is a mythical place that imposes respect. An highly inspiring destination for the Torngat fatbike! We have included in this bike the features needed to make it completely versatile. Among other things, the frame is belt-drive compatible, it has an access for a dropper seatpost and is equipped with horizontal rear wheel dropouts. The Reynolds 725 high-grade steel tubing frame and the light, stiff carbon fiber fork accommodate the largest 26″ tires available, as well as the 27.5 x 4.5″. All you have to do is leave the house, get on the bike and explore the territory that is still unknown to you!(CAD)