The misty forests above North Vancouver, British Columbia are hallowed ground for mountain biking, a place so harrowing it’s influenced every aspect of the sport for over 30 years. It’s also where Betty Birrell, at age 45, picked up mountain biking after a career as a mountaineer and professional windsurfer. Three decades later, the single mother is a role model for her son, her friends and anyone she’s met along the way—and proof that you’re never too old to send.  Directed and Produced by Travis Rummel // felt soul media and Darcy Hennessy // Well Travelled Collective Shot by Scott Secco, Joey Schusler and Travis Rummel Edited by Nico Bovat // Friendly Neighbor Score by Jeff Melanson // Friendly Neighbor Color by Dave Tomiak // Elemental Post Sound Design and Mix by Dave Graham // SDG Audio Executive Producers Monika McClure, Alex Lowther, Jimmy Hopper and Sakeus Bankson // Patagonia Films