Connor Fearon is on fire in this edit filmed at Bromont, Quebect.
Signatures is a documentary movie about mountain biking by Fullface Productions. It not only showcases a lineup of great talents and big names, but also reveals what gravity MTB disciplines are about. Top European riders will present their best performances and immersing you into amazing atmosphere of unique places around world.
In a Skype interview yesterday with Sam Champion on The Weather Channel's AMHQ, Cam McCaul appeared–much to the surprise of the show's host–dressed as a weather reporter. Through the entire interview McCaul never breaks character, explaining the only way they could make a mountain bike movie about riding on the snow was to do it from "the unreal world" where it was snowing dirt flurries. McCaul is Saturday Night Live worthy. Enjoy.
Pro downhill racer Casey Brown grew up in a remote zone in New Zealand with her father who was hiding out from the DEA. Her life eventually brought her to Revelstoke, B.C. where she chased her father and brother around on bikes until eventually they chased her. Her brother – also a pro freerider who she revered as her personal hero – lost his life in a drug-related incident. As showcased in this episode of Dirt Magazine's "Beyond the Bike" video, 23-year-old Casey has chosen to channel all of her life's intensity into an unbridled focus on her dream to be one of the best female mountain bikers in the world.
From EpicTV: Retallack, in the Selkirk mountains of British Columbia, has over 5,000 vertical feet of amazing MTB trails. With a huge network of even more trails being constructed right now, this bike park is becoming a world-renowned mountain bike operation.
Have you ever thought about packing up your bike and heading deep into the alps on a mountain bike adventure of your life? Well, these two guys, Rui Sousa and Paulo Batista, did just that. And along the way they produced a beautiful video of the experience.
Here's GT's Bernardo Cruz racing the 2014 Taxco Urban DH race in Mexico. He’s riding ridiculously fast, flying past people’s living rooms, patios and experiencing near-misses all the way. This POV footage is from his qualifying run in 2014, which he went on to win outright. Would you ride this course full out?
Deity just dropped this ripping video of Bas and Tom van Steenbergen. This should help push you over the bump in the hump day.
This hypnotic POV video – for the fact that this looks like one of the funnest jump-trail tracks in the world – is making its rounds around Facebook this week. It took a little digging, but we found the original YouTube post and some info on the location. It's located in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, a 35-minute train ride from the capital city Bern.
From EpicTV: The Red Bull Farm Jam on the South Island of New Zealand is a very unique event. It brings together MTB, BMX, and MX riders for one crazy jam that features some super sick tricks and some equally heinous slams.
From Epic TV: Marcelo Gutierrez has been unstoppable lately on his mountain biking home turf in Colombia. Ride along on his winning run in the National Championship in the super steep hills of Tocancipá.
From our friends at Anthill Films, comes a tale of a tailed friend, Poppy, chasing rider Casey Brown down sweet, fast singletrack. Yes, this is a marketing video to promote Sony's Actioncam, but it's also the best mountain bike video you'll see this week.
Video: 13-Year-Old Joey Foresta Shreds The Canyons in the 2014 Canyons Bike Park Video Series Episode #2.
Smith Optics continues it's “Great Days” video series, with this episode featuring unstoppable SMITH women in action, in “Tapping into the Unknown – Mountain Biking in Idaho," where five women venture into the backcountry of Idaho to discover new trails, share stories, laugh and learn that their ideal great day looked a lot like what they had found.
In true Trippin' fashion, Sam Flanagan and Mark Scott took their riding a little off the beaten track and checked out some of the amazing spots nearby, as well as visiting the fabled Whistler Bike Park, like Squamish, a natural, loamy trail heaven located 40 minutes down the road.