Lego Meets MTB in this Stop Motion Video

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This new Lego MTB video from TotalMTB and Marmot Animation is actually quite sweet. It depicts getting out for a ride with friends and all the good vibes that come from that. We recently had a chat to Ryan from TotalMTB about the charity and how it all got started.

Make sure you take some time to do the same. Call your friends and head out for a ride, it’s good for you!

A friend of mine loves doing stuff with Lego and also doing video content so he started doing stop motion video with Lego. He’s extremely talented not only with the video but with the story lines as well.

I’m always on the look out for new, fresh but engaging content to put across what TotalMTB’s values are and what we’re about along with our important mental health message. Most people love Lego and it just seemed like a clever and engaging video to promote MTB and its benefits.

I gave Marmot a pretty much open brief. It starts with someone stressed at work, messaging friends to go for a ride and the ride de-stressing the rider. The brief also had some words for inspiration to try and include in the video.

I had no idea what the video was going to be like apart from it including Lego, and I must say I couldn’t be happier with the what he came up with and the final video. I think it shows and puts across exactly what we want.

Ryan Oldfield, TotalMTB
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  • Lego Meets MTB in this Stop Motion Video
  • weeksy
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    approve 🙂

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    Nice wee video, made my day already

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    Captures all the fun, challenges and fulfilment that a ride out on an mtb brings.
    Great video and has increased my feel good factor at least 200%

    I’d say that works as intended 🙂

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    That’s ace.

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    Nice, makes me want to head out right now 🙂

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    That’s great, where’s the like button

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    Blinking brilliant

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    Beautifully observed

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    That is really rather brilliant.
    Fans of Lego and the band “Ween” should check this out.
    It’s the song that inspired the creation of Spongebob Square Pants.

    The Mollusk

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    Brill! Lego and bikes 😎

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    That’s so well done, it makes me want to stop typing and head out on the trails.

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    Cheered me up just watching it

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    That’s made me smile, job done 🙂

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    must be e-bikes, didn’t see them pedal once 🙂

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    @twonks Couldn’t have put it better myself.

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    must be e-bikes, didn’t see them pedal once

    The freewheels were clicking away even on the climbs so some other power source?

    Nice film

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    Fully Rigid……approves. Well done, has me looking oot the window wishing I could go for a ride now.

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    I was in two minds about skiving off tomorrow and going for a ride. I think that’s convinced me.

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    Was expecting some lego shredit! This wasn’t that. Top marks all round.

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    What tyres for lego?

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    What tyres for lego?

    Kenda Small Block

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    Love this.

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    I assumed it was gonna be something from this guy, but maybe a more pinkbike audience?

    An oldie, but a goodie. And for reminiscing on pre-covid times (no masks, wide range of bikes in stock)…

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    All-round awesome 🙂

    Free Member

    Anyone seen the new Kit from lego?

    “lego skate park” 60290, includes a wheelchair! super cool to see the inclusion!

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    A bit late to the party, but that is a lovely little video!

    Also, @Blackflag, 👏👏👏

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    Nice happy feel good vid. Perfect

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