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David Lieb

From shop grom to slopestyle slayer, David has come a long way and it’s been a pleasure to have watched his progression and to be able to support his future. We know David’s just getting warmed up and we can’t wait to see what he has in store the next few years!

David Lieb
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David Lieb

My favorite moment since joining the GT family would have to be US open 2018 whip off, getting third and blasting T-Mac with champagne on the podium.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2019

1st - Fox US Open of Slopestyle

1st - Toronto X-Jam Pro Park

6th - Big White Slopestyle Invitational

 

2018

3rd - Fox US Open Whip Off

 

 

Favorite moment since joining GT?

My favorite moment since joining the GT family would have to be US open 2018 whip off, getting third and blasting T-Mac with champagne on the podium.

You received a college scholarship for bowling, have you ever bowled a 300?

I did receive a college scholarship for winning the Pepsi youth tournament in 2010. I’m still waiting on that 300 game though... maybe someday.

You come from a BMX background, do you still ride 20” any more or is it all big bikes now?

BMX definitely helped me grow into the rider I am today but now it’s all about the big wheels full time! Big wheels big fun.

What riders did you look up to the most growing up?

Growing up I looked up to a lot of the older kids in the local Michigan BMX scene. Now I look up to whoever I think works hard at being successful and passionate for the sport!

What trick took you the longest to learn?

When I was younger tailwhips definitely were the hardest for me to wrap my head around. I think it took me 10 months of brutal obsession with it before I got it.

What is your favorite type of feature to ride?

Squamish style technical trail riding or anything on a slopestyle course keeps me stoked.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I’m still trying to figure that out for sure, but New Hampshire is dope thanks to Highland Mountain Bike Park! Wouldn’t be too mad about living there.

Any big plans for 2020?

As of now, continue traveling full time and hopefully explore some new countries!