Break the Cycle - Film Trailer

Nov 27, 2008 at 0:06
Nov 27, 2008
by Tyler Maine  
 
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Source: Honcho Designs

A film about Downhill Mountain Bike Lifestyle in Ireland

Andy Yoong and Sharon Kennedy from Northern Ireland Production Company Honcho Designs are proud to announce the trailer release for new Irish Downhill Mountain Bike Film Break the Cycle.

Whilst showcasing some of the most amazing Irish landscapes, Break the Cycle will give you a vision into the lives of ten of the top Irish riders, to capture how they have managed to break the cycle of everyday mundane life, through their passion for riding their bikes.


Riders include current Irish Downhill Champion Colin Ross, Redbull Rampage and Masters World Champion podium rider Glyn O'Brien, Women's Masters World Championships silver medalist Meave Baxter, Irish Pro Ben Reid, Irish team members Dan and Gerard Wolfe, 021 Racing riders Tom Power and Greg O'Keefe, and up and coming riders Jamie McCullough, and Ewan Doherty.


The site is fully loaded with rider profiles, links for the top Irish bands that have provided music for the film, and behind the scene action clips.


Stay updated by subscribing at the website - www.breakthecyclefilm.com

Break the Cycle is due to be released Spring 2009

Music credits for the trailer (in order of appearance Artist/track):
The Frames - In the deep shade
Joe Echo - Come get it wrong
Joe Echo - Where we wanna be

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72 Comments

  • + 22
 Really great work! Awesome riding, cinematography and editing. I'm looking forward to seeing this and more from you guys!
  • + 6
 you forgot the great landscape!
  • + 7
 really can't wait for that to come out it looks great... will do good for irish downhill....
  • + 5
 just two month back from my first ireland holiday i only can say what a great landscape, what a "green", and so nice people, won't be the last time i was there and definetely i will coem back to the island with a bike...
  • + 3
 damn those places look picture perfect!
  • + 4
 hooray, a whole article about ireland with no cliches or leprechaun references! thank you pinkbike
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  • + 5
 I went to Ireland recently and met some bikers there - probably was actually you guys. Seemed like a small but incredibly devoted crowd. Good effort on the film, looks really well made. That trail along the side of the hill with the Orange bike looked really fun. LOOKING FORWARD!
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  • + 10
 CHILL ASS MOVIE
  • + 6
 Too right man but it looks amazing.
  • + 6
 Yea, that video was awesome!!! It wasn't anything too exciting or anything but it really made me feel good after watching it! (And I'm a VERY strict street rider...)
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  • + 6
 i agree with Aaron... brilliantly made trailer and going to be a fun film to watch looking forward for the film and more, Dmitri
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  • + 3
 nice editing guys, it's amazing... great trails, the environment could not be more beautiful and you just have to ride... I appreciate that. Freeride forever!
I need this film.Smile
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 Hi everyone, thanks for checking the trailer out. The response has been amazing so far. We will be shooting for another month or two and hopefully be releasing around spring 2009. If you register at the site you'll get an email when anything new happens. Thanks to brule for putting this on.
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 break the cycle is an album of staind... the vid will probably be as good as not better as the cd.. next year ireland it is Cool
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 So refreshing to get a glimpse of a scene we seldom get to see. Can't wait to see the whole film. The trailer gives a sense of a true mountain bike film touching on why we ride and how important it is to always make the time to do so for life. Mike Kelowna, BC
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  • + 3
 gives off a vibe that the collective does. just a relaxed feel for the relaxed rider. i want it.
  • + 3
 it has the epic feel that the Collective has
  • + 0
 It has that feel because:

1. They used a tripod, slow pans, and little zooming. Stronger focus on aesthetics than action, etc.

2. They tried to make it look like 16mm film by using a prosumer HD cam with a 35mm DOF adapter, which is a good cheap way to fake the film look.

3. It had interviews, which almost invariably makes a video less "in your face action" so to speak. And mellow music.
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 Faultline clearly i did ride with them as they came ujp to me and the guys i was with and asked if we wanted to go and ride Golf course in les gets with them, but i didnt see their face we were riding, which is usually done wearing a helmet.
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  • + 4
 f..k the snow, goin' for a little ride...VOD
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  • + 1
 Looks like a great movie to me. I like that they take it a bit further, and you get to see who the rider is - really gives the public an idea of the pashion that goes with riding mountainbike.
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 god dammit now i'm gonna have to add the bike onto the air fare when i go over at xmas, and explain to the gf why i'm deserting her and her family.. damn.
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  • + 3
 holy crap, is Ireland really that green? Amazing work...
  • + 3
 Yes, it is, we get so much rain, we cant stop the green stuff growing Razz
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  • + 2
 looks like some amazing bike porn! sick film, lookin forward to watchin the hole movie!!!
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  • + 3
 Another DH filmBig Grin Good job lads, looks brilliant
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  • + 2
 If thats any bit as well edited as the Champs video he made, its gonna be amazing, great work Honcho Big Grin
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  • + 2
 Nice trailer man, Awesome cinematography and i hope the film goes far Smile
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  • + 2
 Could be really good for irish DH Big Grin
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  • + 1
 I wouldn't be surprised if they did break their cycles going that fast. Great job on the production guys, looks awesome.
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  • + 2
 It's probably the best move of the year!!
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  • + 2
 I only can say that was Arron just said, again. Really great work!!!
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  • + 0
 who were the guys on the red DHR's? ive ridden with them before in the alps, they are insanely fast...
  • + 2
 You haven't ridden with them, if you don't know who they are. Did you see them? Sweet video, totally epic! Can't wait. -ep
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 Ger/Dan Wolfe
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  • + 1
 Wow, Irish countryside is stunning :O
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  • + 0
 brilliant video really shows the love of biking that some of us have over here.
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  • + 1
 nice music and video quality!!! i'd like to see the full film
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  • + 0
 amazing, beutifull scenery and some fun lookin trails, keep up the good work, an cant wait to see the movie!
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  • + 0
 very pozitive trailer! real mtb riding - not circus like nwd or othe films
  • + 0
 Sometimes the circus is fun. I know what you mean, though.
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  • + 1
 Cant wait for this video, awesome awesome riding
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  • + 1
 i all most cryed for this lovle shit!
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  • + 2
 looks awsome!
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  • + 1
 Makes me want to do a jig!
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  • + 1
 That looks reallyyy good!! Cant wait to see the whole flic!!
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  • + 2
 looks amazing.
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  • + 1
 Yea, great to see more of the Irish scene, looks sweet
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  • + 0
 Sounds cool and all, but the title sounds like meant for a film devoted to bike, frame, and parts failure! lol
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  • + 0
 wow, got and awesome looking video there keep it up.
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  • + 0
 hey look at that its the vod...
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  • + 0
 The guys on the red Turners are Dan and Ger Wolfe
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  • + 0
 looks really inspiring. makes me want to go to Ireland to ride my bike.
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  • + 0
 loved the video guys! keep it up! made me want to get out and ride
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  • + 0
 at 78.2 he rides with an open helmet!!
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 what song is that at the end?
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 Music credits for the trailer (in order of appearance Artist/track):
The Frames - In the deep shade
Joe Echo - Come get it wrong
Joe Echo - Where we wanna be
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 this is realy good 4 the sport developing in ireland!proud t b irish
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  • + 0
 Great trailer. Can't wait till the full vid comes out.
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 Looks great, after the Uprising too...
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  • + 0
 does anyone know the title of the song in that video
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 Music credits for the trailer (in order of appearance Artist/track):
The Frames - In the deep shade
Joe Echo - Come get it wrong
Joe Echo - Where we wanna be
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 wow i need to see it
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