Top mtb films all time
Worst film ever. Not helpful, but true.
There were some documentaries I saw on Netflix, Ride the Divide sounds like it could do the trick – most of the movies like the Collective, Sprung, New World Disorder series etc focus on the gravity aspect of the sport as it’s the most visually impressive.Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
Weirdly they were showing Ride the Divide on the big screens in PC World yesterday. Maybe the 10 minutes I watched was just a particularily dull bit, who knows.
Anyway. VAST. Cheap on itunes too. Doesn’t have the most dazzling riding, but for me it’s got the best grip on what bike riding actually feels like. Perfect tunes though, red travellliiinnnnnnn socks. Even has a watchable dirtjump scene which is a first.
Home is great too and might be right up your xc street. The sequel Find is absolutely dire though (how do you get Hans Rey, Steve Peat and Danny Macaskill, in Scotland, with a helicopter, and make something so dull? And that’s the highlight)
For the big stars-riding-like-stars features, start with Seasons. Young Stevie Smith and his mum 😀Posted 4 years agoNobeerinthefridgeSubscriber
Home, because I can associate with the riding on there. I went to the GFT to see some American film, I think it was the one after find, was about the likes of Stevie smith jumping over trains. Pure sh1te.
Edit – the sweary northerners films are better than all that US guff.Posted 4 years agoakasteveMember
Apart from the privileged cyclists crying about how they were missing home, I thought Ride the Divide was ok, I also enjoyed Lifecycles, probably more for the scenery than the riding and because it’s on Youtube. As my standards are obviously lower than the usual STWer, what is Reveal the Path like? I heard that was crap, is it?Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
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I went to the GFT to see some American film, I think it was the one after find, was about the likes of Stevie smith jumping over trains. Pure sh1te.
That’s From The Inside Out. Train gaps are like drum solos, you can just about get away with one but 2 is always too many.Posted 4 years ago
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