Exclusive: Little ripper Jackson Goldstone rides Whistler’s Top of the World trail with his sister Bailey

At the tender age of eight, Jackson Goldstone′s bike park skills have already won him a place in our 6 kids who are more rad than you! list. Now it turns out that he and his sister Bailey love a bit of rocky singletrack action too. Ace snapper Malcolm Mclaws hooked up with the two super-groms and their dad Ron for a trip down Whistler’s new Top of the World downhill trail, and was blown away by what he saw. Check out his photo gallery below.

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Time for a little goofing around before heading down the mountain - hell, they may be good on a bike but Jackson and Bailey are still kids!

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Only 100 people are allowed to ride Top of the World each day. This 1,100ft-vertical-drop beauty is definitely worth the $15 extra for the lift ticket

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

And they're off! Jackson and Bailey begin their 5km descent from the peak of Whistler Mountain to the top of the bike park

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

The trail has amazing views of glaciers and volcanic cinder cones, but it's hard to take all that in when you're dodging rocks!

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Jackson may only be eight but he's a sponsored winter athlete and has appeared in bike vids with Tyler McCaul and Martin Soderstrom

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

His sister's no slouch either, by the look of it!

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

The Goldstones aren't going to let a few rocks stand in their way...

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Top of the World is North America’s first lift-accessed 'alpine' singletrack trail. It drops you off at the top of the bike park for a further 5,000 vertical feet of descending

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Black Diamond rated technical trails aren't normally a family affair. But then the Goldstones are no ordinary family

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Time to stop and snap a few photos

The Goldstone family ride Whistler's Top of the World trail. Picture by Malcolm Mclaws

Jackson shows the style that's made jaws drop across the world. No cries of 'are we nearly there yet?' on this trip!

All pictures by Malcolm Mclaws