Dawn Till Dusk - 3min
Throughout the Southwest,
legends surf the pavement at speeds nearing 80mph. In search of mountain
passes, desert highways, and hairpin turns - embrace the spirit of Dre Nubine
and Jonah Strait as they explore Colorado and Utah.
Cambridge Rooftops Parkour POV - 2min
Explore the rooftops in a sunny Parkour POV, shot in
Cambridge UK, and see through the athletes eyes as he runs and jumps across
Jason Paul - Freezerunning - 3min
A fortress made of ice
becomes a dreamy winter parkour wonderland in Harbin, China. Freerunner Jason
Paul has an amazing adventure in the icy man-made landscape.
Into The Black - 2min
In the middle of the night, a mountain biker rides through
Grenoside Woods, Sheffield. Shot over three nights and lit with a bag full of
Johanna Under The Ice -5min
Johanna had a bad motorbike
accident. She shattered her lower leg but the doctors managed to save it. 3
years later she was still in pain and facing having it amputated.
Greg Minnaar - This Is Home - 5min
The schedule of one of the
most successful downhill racers of all time doesn't allow for much time to
spend with family or friends, yet somehow, Greg Minnaar makes it work. Last
winter, we paid him a visit in his hometown of Pietermaritzburg to film the
latest episode of This is Home.
He immediately welcome us into his close
circle of friends, family, and fans, giving us a glimpse of his life off the
race circuit. Whether shooting a round of golf with his friends, going to his
favourite coffee shop or having dinners with his family, it became easy to
overlook his fame as the most successful downhill racer of all time. Greg was
just another guy, with an immense amount of talent on two wheels, and a very
close-knit community at his back.
My Playground - Sam Anthamatten - 2min
Free-skier Sam Anthamatten
was born and raised in Zermatt. Discover
how he transforms the labyrinth of crevasses and seracs into a playground that
only seems possible in video games.
Mountain Bike Meets Painting - 4min
Artist/athlete Micayla Gatto
paints beautiful mountain landscapes ‰ÛÓ and then, using CGI, she rides her
mountain bike through the scenery using mixed media post production techniques.
Remi - 5min
Remi Bonnet burst onto the
international trail running scene only a couple of years ago. A 2015 Salomon
Running Academy young gun, RÌ©mi went on to become the Skyrunner World Series
VK champion at just 20 years old. Living in the charming Swiss village of
Charmey, Remi is quiet and unassuming.The film is a tongue in cheek, quirky
profile on one of the up and coming stars of trail running.
Sheckler & Co - 2min
Four of the best skaters in
the world skate the ins and outs of wind turbines for the first time. Ryan
Sheckler, Danny LeÌn, Alex sorgente y Zion Wright rewrite history in Asturias
Slackladder - 3min
Red Bull Slackladder, is a
project by Alex Mason featuring Sketchy Andy Lewis, the Godfather of
Slacklining and fringe sports. The pair successfully created an all-natural
Slacklining ladder course up Onomea Falls on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Built all naturally by Lewis
and Mason deep in the Botanical Gardens of Hilo, HI, the course included over
one thousand feet of slackline and roughly one mile of ropes and cables. The
intense eight-line playground above 120 feet of waterfalls took the team over two
hundred hours to bring to life. The clandestine setting provides a gorgeous
backdrop for the fluid style of these two athletes.
The Rowdiest Female Skiing of 2016 - 3min
Jackson Hole has long been
the proving ground for the best skiers in the world. People like Doug Combs,
Micah Black, and countless other winter heroes have left their mark on these
famous mountains. Now Angel Collinson and Hadley Hammer are here to ski these
famous lines with their own unique flair. Angel's performance was so impressive
it earned her Female Performance of the Year.
Trek C3 Project Summer Video Series ft. Brandon Semenuk - 3min
Rowdy trail riding, homegrown
jumps, and yet more proof that Brandon Semenuk is one of the most progressive
riders of all time. With every film dropped by Revel Co., he pushes the
envelope of what’s possible on a mountain bike. In this new edit made in
partnership with Trek and JBL, creativity takes new shape on trails in British
Columbia and his own private backyard slopestyle course with Trek Session and
The Time Within - 5min
As a light snow begins to
fall on the bustling Tokyo outside his family shop, The Timekeeper delicately
assembles his masterwork. In precision clockwork, the mystery lies in the
finest details-- and the master knows that in a single second of perfect and
beautiful synchronicity, there lives an eternity.
Where The Wild Things Play - 4min
Friday night at the local
watering hole and ‰Û_ where the ladies at? Answer: BASE jumping from high
desert cliffs, performing tricks on slacklines, climbing granite routes,
shredding singletrack, skiing backcountry lines and generally leaving you
fellas behind. This rowdy ode to female athletes by Krystle Wright leaves no doubt
about the state of women in today‰Ûªs outdoor world: badass.
Who's Faster - Mountain Bikers Or Road Bikers? - 6min
Marc Beaumont, a professional
mountain biker sets out to take on Tobyn Horton a professional road rider to
see who is fastest's fastest, road riders or mountain bikers? A gruelling road
climb and a technical downhill track lay ahead with both trying each discipline
in a timed challenge.
Bruhwiler Country - 7min
Coming up with a second act
after a pro surfing career can be a tough one to pull off. Mastery in wave
riding after all, doesn't necessarily transfer to the wider job market. But
the skill set Raph Bruhwiler developed as Canada's first professional surfer
entailed a lot more than honing the perfect cutback. Uncovering the surf
potential of Vancouver Island meant becoming an expert in coastal navigation,
wilderness survival, and maritime operations. The exact requirements for the
work he now does in the Canadian Coast Guard as a rescue specialist based in
his hometown of Tofino, British Columbia, where he and his wife and 3 children
live and surf.
Imagination: Tom Wallisch - 4min
We've all been that kid
sitting in the back seat of our family car, wishing we were somewhere else.
Through the boredom, the driveway snow piles, sidewalk handrails and stair sets
start to tease our inner skier. Watch day dreams come to life as Tom Wallisch
shreds the snowy streets of Nelson, British Columbia.
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