Our understanding of mountain biking is largely shaped by the photography that helps define the sport, and Freehub’s annual Photo Book showcases some of the finest imagery. This year, we’ve assembled a curated collection dedicated to one special place: The Canadian province of Quebec, a land so geographically and culturally distinct that it is, by definition, nonpareil. From the storied racetracks of Mont-Sainte-Anne to the sprawling singletrack network of Vallée Bras-du-Nord, the province offers an abundance of trails suited to riders of all interests and abilities. The Quebec City area alone boasts hundreds of miles of singletrack ranging from scenic cross-country loops to burly downhill scorchers. Issue 10.3 gives the lowdown on this region’s most amazing riding.