At the age of 10, Jeremy was given a bike to stay out of trouble and discovered a way of life that finally made sense. Riding all day every day in the desert landscape of Virgin, Utah became a defining form of meditation and self expression. “When I’m on my bike nothing else matters but every moment I see, smell and feel dirt all around me. It’s like my bike becomes a part of me flowing down a mesa and flying through the air. Words can’t describe it, makes me feel alive.” In 2015 Jeremy’s passion and dedication won him a number plate to the most extreme event in riding, Redbull Rampage. "Stoked to keep riding and pushing myself. Always spread positive vibes!"
"People say you are what you eat, but I believe you also 'are what you wear.' Living sustainably isn't just about what you do, but also about what you put on your body. Wearing eco eye protection is #1 RAD, #2 benefits the planet, and #3 helps you see the world through eco lenses. Thanks ZEAL for making that possible!"
- Alison Teal
Jumping Horses in Washington State with Jeremy Hottinger
Meaningful journalistic essays are nice, but sometimes taking a photo isn’t about backstory and introspection – sometimes it’s just about getting a sweet shot of a man on his bike jumping over horses. Or that was the intention going in.
One For The Road Ep. 2 | The Road to Tahoe
In episode 2 of “One For The Road”, the Zeal crew sets out on their maiden road trip voyage to Woodward Tahoe with fellow Zeal ambassadors Cody Cirillo and Brolin Mawejje while meeting up with Jax Mariash, Jeremy “Kickstand” Hottinger and The Bloodknots along the way.