Same as Seasons and Roam too much talking and stupid philosophy from people with IQ's in single figures, and most of the riding is ruined by "artistic camera shots and techniques. Some good stuff at the end with Gee and another guy, fooking impressive when there pinning it down a mountain road with their hands behind their backs using their body to steer, but again too much time wasted on non riding stuff.Posted 7 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
I need to see it again, I think the problem was they showed it straight after Seasons, so it got judged harshly as a result- there's nothing in it that comes close to that final whistler section. It felt short but I figured out that's largely because I completely forgot about a couple of bits. And then, it just abruptly stops, no big climax. I got the feeling that they just didn't manage to get a replacement in for the Sam Hill bit.
It's OK… Well filmed and all, some great riding and locations etc, but they've done better.Posted 7 years agogothandySubscriber
I watched it at the Watershed in Bristol. Very odd crowd. Very arty bike set!
I loved the downhill shots especially with the cameraman on a zip wire following the riders but I do get a bit bored of the dirt jumping after a while.
My 6 year old boy thought it was awesome.Posted 7 years agostevedeMember
Personally i enjoyed the Fairclough, Vanderham bits the most. Fairclough pre jumping the massive rock drop was very impressive. Definately worth a watch, i bought it and have watched it more than once. Up there with the better bike movies. A hard crowd to please on here it seems. Much better than the last few new world disorder movies.Posted 7 years ago
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