Strength in Numbers - Complete Aptos Segment

Jun 4, 2012 at 0:20
by Anthill Films  
The free online premiere of Strength in Numbers was a huge success. Thanks to everyone who joined us online! We had over 200,000 riders from all over the world watch the film in just 24 hours. This totally exceeded our expectations and really captured what Strength in Numbers is all about – uniting the global mountain bike community. A lot of people thought we were crazy to give away a movie that we spent almost 2 years making. But we believe that films are one of the most powerful ways to grow and unite our sport and we’re just getting started. Today we’re releasing the complete Aptos segment for free online for everyone to experience and share. Enjoy!


There is a small catch though… if you’ve watched Strength in Numbers online already, seen it at a premiere event or are just checking out the Aptos segment for the first time and you like what you see… please make sure you give back and support the filmmakers. The best thing you can do is buy the Collectors Edition 3-in-1 combo pack (DVD+BluRay+Download) or download it on iTunes. That way you can enjoy Strength in Numbers at the highest quality over and over again. And you can feel good knowing that you’ve supported the Anthill crew so that we can keep making more films in the future.

We know not everyone can afford to buy the film, but you can still support Strength in Numbers by sharing the Aptos segment with all your friends and family to help spread the stoke of mountain biking. We believe the more people who see the film, means more people will be inspired to ride and more people riding makes our world better a place! Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #strengthinnumbers.

Order your Collector's Edition 3-in-1 with 1 hour of exclusive extra features.

Download from iTunes stores worldwide.

The Collectors Edition is the best way to experience the full potential of the film, with 55 minutes of amazing journeys, inspiring action and meaningful storytelling all available in 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound and 1080p imagery. The 3-in-1 combo set is packed with tons of extras features, including:
• Blu-Ray Disc
• DVD Disc
• Free drag-and-drop SD download
• Two mini documentaries about the making of the film
• Sterling Lorence Slideshow
• Action Reel
• Phantom Camera Highlights
• POV Reel

Or you can download Strength in Numbers on iTunes. The film is available for $12.99 (€/£ 9.99) on over 55 different iTunes stores worldwide in both HD (720p) and SD (540p). If you order the HD copy you also receive the SD copy for free, which is perfect for viewing on your mobile devices.

Thanks for your support!

Anthill Films

photo Jonathan Schramm

photo sterlinglorence.com



Strength in Numbers is produced, written, directed and edited by Anthill Films in co-production with Red Bull Media House. Presented by Shimano and Trek in association with Contour HD, Clif Bar, Pinkbike.com and PRO Components. Additional support for the film is provided by the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, Kona, Toyota Trucks, Scion, Oakley, Easton, Evoc, Big Mountain Adventures, Verbier St. Bernard and Ride Nepal

Coming May 2012
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48 Comments

  • + 64
 I LOVE YOU ANTHILL FILMS!
  • + 7
 i love the kid in the beginning "yeeeaaaah! you can do back flips." just the way he says it makes laugh every time, but anthill has done a great jump producing it, the movie does a great job of capturing mtb as a whole. Really is worth owning a copy
  • + 1
 art of flight on bikes! fuckin sick!
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  • + 10
 just watched the download,its a beautiful thing man! quotes...."your never to old to have a happy childhood"
"seeing an adult riding a bike restores my faith in humanity"
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  • + 6
 Great Film Guyz, Aptos & Garncroft are buy far the best segments but still a great film, I watched the live stream 3 time on the premiere,
To show my support i have also bought the blu ray pack, which arrive friday,
Keep up the great work & follow the riders that push the sport!!
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  • + 6
 Anthill: I want to download... But im not Downloading Itunes..... Any other option (other then Demonoid or the classy Pirates) ?
I want to give you my money... but not with a 300% mark up in Australian Bike shops.
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  • + 8
 Film makers. Thank you.
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  • + 6
 I wanna ride the post office so bad but I'll end up frieking out because their so big
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  • + 3
 This is an awesome movie, The combo pack is unreal, I have watched both the DVD and Blue ray versions multiple times already. A great vid to get pumped to ride. Thanks ANTHILL!!!
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  • + 4
 Post office jumps + Song: "Send Me a Postcard" by Shocking Blue = I see what you did there :p
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  • + 4
 FANTASTIC!

FOR EVERYONE THAT MADE MY DAY - CONGRATULATIONS!

SWEEEEET FOAMPIT|!
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  • + 5
 i would give my left bollock to ride there...
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  • + 1
 I saw the whole movie and this and all of Aggys parts, plus the part with R Dawg were the only good parts in the movie to me. Everything else was XC, and Anthony's part was so unfulfilled he didn't throw any bangers i though the biggest trick he did was a double whip. He kinda let me down.
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  • + 2
 pretty epic vid. makes me wish i started riding when i was alot younger, makes getting past that fear factor alot easier lol
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  • + 1
 Great Brandon, great McCaul brothers, great video, great song (i love shccking blue), great slow motion, every thing awesome... my fav slow motion: soldier touced spokes...yeah...
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  • + 1
 One thing that would have made this segment better. Is actually showing the train that cam mccaul was talking about. Even if he's talking about doing that before they tear it down. Woulda made this segment so inspiring.
  • + 6
 pretty sure thats what the last big ass banger filled train was..
  • + 1
 They cut it. And don't show it how it should have been shown. So you can't see it starting and ending. Which IMO. They shouldve filmed it a couple different ways. And actually shown the whole thing. Would've made it alot better.
  • + 1
 thats true, i actually feel they should have shown alot more of the actual landings of tricks in that segment too... i hate it when they only show half a trick
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  • + 1
 why are they knocking them down? ive always wanted to ride them jumps since i started riding bikes but now they wont be there D:
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  • + 4
 That place is home
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  • + 1
 Anyone know when they're being torn down? I'd like to make a trip down for sea otter next year an to ride these jumps
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  • + 2
 I love how they used to all jump big bikes!
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  • + 2
 The true definition of COMMUNITY right there. Respect!
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  • + 1
 So what cam mccaul is we need to stop going to school and ride jumps instead? Big Grin
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  • + 1
 the footage of these guy killing it so you younge make me want to ride more then anything ive ever seen
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  • + 1
 My copy of Strength in Numbers just arrived in the post today. Bloody ripper on Blu-ray.
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  • + 1
 that segment is just awesome
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  • + 1
 Are these really getting torn down? and why?
  • + 1
 lawyers, politicians, and the economy. blame one or more for all of life's problems.
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  • + 1
 Cam you're not suppose to say that. Learning is good. lol
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  • + 1
 that backflip tailwhip is EPIC
  • + 1
 what about the back flip unturndown that look pretty steezy!
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  • + 1
 Badass I wish I could do that shiz
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  • + 1
 their could have been so many pods in that video!!!
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  • + 1
 You guys are insane.. I fell in love with this vid.
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  • + 1
 this gets me sooo amped!!!!
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  • + 1
 Anyone know the name of the tune which starts at 2:40?
  • + 1
 Shocking Blue - Send Me a Postcard www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH475IxSMTs
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  • + 1
 never ever thought i would say this but OH MY F...ING GOD
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  • + 1
 THE HEAL CLICKER IS CRAZY AT 1:32 MENTAL AND SO DIALED!!!!!!!
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  • + 1
 best vid iv seen till the internet exists
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  • - 1
 it lools like alex reveles is wanking
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