Rally pace notes may be indecipherable to some, but they look *really* cool on a bike
Brandon Semenuk isn’t satisfied simply being a slopestyle and freeride legend. When he isn’t rewriting history books, he’s often off racing rally cars professionally. He has been an aficionado of rally racing his entire life, and most recently scored a win at the Show-Me Rally in Missouri in Oct., 2020.
Recently, Brandon decided to combine his love of adrenaline sports and dirt into one kick-ass bike. Below, you can check out photos of his brand new Slash, which shows off the nearly-hieroglyphic pace notes that rally drivers use to navigate narrow, twisting, wooded courses at the highest speeds possible.
If you want to know more about how pace notes work, click here. Or stare deeply into Brandon’s frame and try to decipher them yourself.