Midweek Mini Movies 195

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The sun’s shining and it’s that time of the week again. So here’s another helping of movie distraction to get your stoke on for a cheeky spin to watch the sunset tonight…

UKGE AE Forest Round 1

Round 1 of the UKGE is done and dusted, a sold out field endured AE Forest’s toughest trails, Will Sanders supplying an awesome highlights video.

How to Make a Sick Mountain Bike Edit


You might know how to make a mountain bike film but do you know how to make a sick edit?

LaThuile Enduro 2014 | Anka & Sven Martin

It’s time to find out a few of the secret corners of La Thuile mountain bike paradise, and today we have two very special hosts. Anka and Sven Martin show us the high alpine scenery around La Thuile, with a ride which starts from the very top of the Fourclaz peaks, crosses Piccolo San Bernardo Pass, the most important passage between Italy and France since the ancient past, dropping down to the gorgeous Verney lake. This is also the perfect time to know more about our guides and their experience. We learn about their perspectives and how they became who they are today, two passionate professionals of the MTB scene, reference for a number of people, in love with nature and with their job.

Specialized Racing Downhill Team

At the World Cup level, a lot more than holding onto handlebars and turning the pedals goes into creating a successful racer—it takes teamwork and support. The Specialized Racing Downhill Team featuring Aaron Gwin, Troy Brosnan, and Mitch Ropelato returns to battle the world’s fastest racers in 2014, and drawing upon their friendship and unique team chemistry to push themselves to be the best. In this video, Aaron, Troy, and Mitch put their two-wheeled weapons work in a preseason team camp and testing session.

Mariano Mari – Decreasing Friction

Mariano Mari 17 years old will participate in national competitions , thanks to MOU-T for his colaborationl to compete in National and International competitions.

Brendan Fairclough in Madeira

A Month before the first world cup in South Africa, Brendan Fairclough and his crew flew down to Madeira Island to prepare the upcoming season, away from crowded trails, and it turn out to be much more than expected…

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: newsdesk@singletrackworld.com.

And remember: Keep feeling fascination, yeah?


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