Mo’ Movies, mo’ of the time.
Tune in, brew up, skive off. We’re halfway to the weekend and we’ve a bumper crop of digitised ride moments to keep your stoke up.
Time to open your eyes and visualise; it’s Midweek Mini Movies!
Three people leave work in Milton Keynes at 5pm for their first ever night in a bivvy under the stars. Why don't you try something similar for the summer solstice on the night of June 21st? #microadventure www.microadventures.org
Peaty's Steel City Downhill sees a return to Grenoside Woods in Sheffield for the 3rd instalment of the race, held on the 4th of May 2013. More Info: stevepeat.com/SteelCityDH/ Visit me: xtrailfilms.com
Hope Technology give an insight into the "average" working day at the Barnoldswick factory. The Tour features a slightly star studded employee guest list including: Guy Martin, Dougie Lampkin, Steve Peat, Martyn Ashton, Chris Akrigg, Rob Warner, Adam Brayton, Rob Jarman, Neil Donoghue and Olympic Gold Medalist Tim Baillie. Enjoy this Factory Tour with a difference.
Jake Hood is away to Whistler for the season so we went out for his final ride in the Tweed Valley. One of those rides that didn't stop till it got dark and nobody could really see anymore. Riders- Jake Hood, Katy Winton, Drew Carters, Daniel Taylor, Daniel Carrigan (punctured!)
Far away from the cliché of a wild Nepal, which would be ideal for a backpacking trip, our shaper and rider Pierre-Edouard Ferry went on to share his knowledge and expertise with Kathmandu’s youngster. In a city where paradox are found at every corner and which teems with life in a doom’s day atmosphere, pumptrack riding can be perceived as the symbol of a whole new generation of Nepalese riders for whom riding as a mean of escape. The wheel is spinning in Nepal.
Trail Ninja Dan Milner pedals his bike halfway across the world to the birthplace of klunkers, legends, single track and mountain biking itself. So where do the Speedos fit in?
2012 was a tough year for Peaty, plagued with injuries, mechanicals and some plain bad luck. On the bike, things may have not gone to plan, but as you all saw, off the bike there was no lack in pace and success, travelling up and down the globe catching up with all you Peaty fans. Season 2 is going to bring you closer to Peaty than ever before, with plenty of carnage both on and off the bike, with Kathy, Bryceland, Minnaar and the rest of the usual suspects, travelling the globe taking in the UCI World Cup series, California, Thailand, Spain, The Isle of Man TT and maybe even a special Ratboy episode?! Along with much, much more. As you can see in the Trailer, things have already been pretty hectic and the season hasn't even started yet! To fit it all in, we're going to be bringing you 8 episodes, dropping every 4 weeks, from now until December to keep you entertained all year long. Sit back and crack a beer, Peaty's here.
The Adventure Series documents a range of unique characters and people across various locations in the UK and Europe and of course a combination of mountain biking and other action sports. In the second installment Pete Scullion from Orange Bikes takes the new Orange Five 29 bike on a single day adventure to the second largest mountain in Wales: Cadair Idris.
We had a lot of fun creating this musical bike video with Wade Simmons "sampling" our Instinct 29er. Hope you enjoy! Designed for the rugged riding that surrounds our North Vancouver office, the Rocky Mountain Instinct is a versatile, long travel 29er. No stranger to pushing the limits of what trail bikes are capable of, Wade Simmons sampled the Instinct and came away with a verdict: it’s a contender on a variety of terrain and a ton of fun. Filmed and edited by Matt Dennison mattdennison.tv
Watch this video for a chance to WIN an ORANGE MTB frame of your choice - thanks to Juice Lubes! Let's go! Round 2 of the UK Gravity Enduro series takes us north of the border to Scotland's Innerleithen trails. Round 1 winner Dan Atherton was elsewhere so the field was open for the taking... filmed by Aspect Media and Jacob Gibbins. produced by Wideopenmag.co.uk
Thanks to everyone that sent in suggestions this week. If you’ve seen or made anything you reckon should be up here next time, the address is, as ever: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And remember: Keep feeling fascination, yeah?
Posted on: May 8, 2013