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Its midweek which mean one thing! Actually lots of things, but in this context it means movies! Yes yes! Its Midweek Mini Movies, back once again to provide you with some wickedly sick videos of stuff an’ that.

Brendan Fairclough and Friends Love “After School Rides”

A day in life of Schwalbe athlete Brendan Fairclough. Meet Brendan and his friends riding around Surrey Hills / UK.

SRAM Summerfest 2014

Just your average office back yard really.

RIDE WITH ME * A O S T A * FULL VERSION

Join the two friends David Babendreyer (camera) and Christoph Walter (rider) on their search for the perfect trail, off the beaten tracks. They found a real beauty deep in the mountains of Aosta. The movie was made in only two days of full commitment, a big portion of luck (weatherwise) and only a small set of equipment.
It’s not about the burliest section or longest stretch, but rather the essence of why we all ride.
Credit: David Babendreyer/ CAUTION

CRC Nukeproof at the British Downhill Series

In September Muc-Off Media met up with the guys at Chain Reaction Cycles Nukeproof at the British Downhill Series Round 5 – Bike Park Wales!

Prototype testing with Vinny-T, Vink, Pescetto and Reboul

Check out how Scott test their bikes.

The Kenda Dark Mountain Collective

The DMC come to town in Marquartstein Germany for their first European video. Americans Eric Porter and Carson Storch are joined by New Zealander Kelly MacGarry, German Tibor Simai, and Austrian Guido Tschugg in the Austrian Alps at Saalbach and Hinterglemm. Watch as they start their days hanging out with the local kids and then finish them by shredding down the mountains.

Matt Brooks – The Garage

From Commencal in Andorra to Matt Brooks In BC. Cool things come out of this Garage – especially the bikes.

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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