Movies For Your Monday

Aug 24, 2015
by Scott Secco  
Richie Schley & Loris Vergier on Schleyer: A Whistler classic.

Views: 10,254    Faves: 53    Comments: 14

The Pyga Pascoe: Theo Erlangsen puts the Pyga Pascoe through its paces on his favourite trails in and around Cape Town: Helderberg Trails, The Trail Park in George, and Cascades Manor, Paarl.

Views: 13,392    Faves: 195    Comments: 24

Norco Factory Racing - WC 5&6 Mont Sainte Anne / Windham: The North American World Cup roadtrip goes off in Mont Sainte Anne and Windham. Thanks to all our team sponsors!

Views: 4,286    Faves: 33    Comments: 3

Chris Smith - Bikelife: After riding bikes for over 25 years, Chris still loves to rip on two wheels, engine or not! Check out this mix up of all styles of bikes.

Views: 7,812    Faves: 55    Comments: 5

Marcell Vikker - #summerdaypinnin: Marcell riding the trails of Sopron, Hungary.

Views: 4,288    Faves: 29    Comments: 0

DirtCastle - Kisvárda with Oszkar Nagy: The video shows the hard work of Oszkar both as rider and organizer. Video: Viktor Császár.

Views: 3,406    Faves: 39    Comments: 0

Crankworx Whistler 2015: Featuring Piper Allman, Liam Morgan, August Nesbitt, and Noah Allman. It was a great trip this year.

Views: 5,797    Faves: 107    Comments: 15

Thrillium with Kerstin and Rye: This is a short video of riders Kerstin Holster and Rye Livingston at Thrillium Trail in Yacolt, WA.

Views: 4,960    Faves: 34    Comments: 7

Kovarik Racing - Crankworx, Whistler: @intensecyclesusa.

Views: 4,316    Faves: 26    Comments: 3

Destination Trail - Spain: Welcome to Destination Trail, a series that follows riders as they travel the globe, hunting for its greatest trails. Some of what they find might be renowned, some undiscovered, but that's the point. When expectations and attitudes are stripped away, only the essence of mountain biking remains. This is where adventure thrives, and it's here that memories are made.

999 Steps To Hell Down Skygate Mountain | Seasons of Shred with Andrew Taylor & Niki Leitner, Ep. 7: Follow Andrew Taylor as he journeys half way around the world to take part in the first ever Redbull Skygate Mountain race in Zhangjiajie China. With it being a first time event riders along with event organizers had no idea what the outcome would be and after the first runs the riders found out the were in for one hell of a ride. With fast speeds and nearly no way to stop injuries began popping up left and right leaving riders on their toes.

Teaser #3 | Team Commencal / Vallnord - ALL IN: The full movie will be released next October featuring and following Myriam Nicole, Rémi Thirion, Thibaut and Gaëtan Ruffin and Gaëtan Vigé as well as the team crew, throughout the 2015 race season.

Angie Hohenwarter - Summerish: Filmed in Austria, France, Turkey, Switzerland, and the USA.

Unfiltered Video Series | Episode 02: Jason Moeschler from WTB: We recently went to the Nevada City and posted up at the WTB office (believe me it’s where you want to ride) to chat with Jason Moeschler about life at a bike shop, how mtb is evolving, and why he loves Downieville so much.

Unfiltered Video Series | episode 02: Jason Moeschler @wtb from Pedalsooner on Vimeo.

The Finer Things - Tate Roskelley: One of the most creative riders in the world.

Dakota Roach - Nativeland 2: Incredible.

Logan Imlach - Partly Cloudy: Logan Imlach & Level 1 headed to Finland last winter to film this segment with the Real Skifi Crew for our 14th annual feature length movie, "Partly Cloudy!"

Down To Nothing: This harrowing expedition pushed a group of mountaineers to the mental and physical brink; carving them down to nothing. A six-person team from The North Face and National Geographic attempted to summit an obscure peak in Myanmar (Hkakabo Razi) to determine if it is Southwest Asia’s highest point.

Down To Nothing from The North Face on Vimeo.

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Title Photo by: lunatyk

To check out videos submitted by fellow Pinkbike members that didn't quite make Movie Mondays here.


  • 35 1
 that DOWN TO NOTHING is SOMETHING lads, you should watch that.
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 Yes what an epic trip looked so tough
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 down to
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 ya that was pretty cool, good watch.
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 Tate Roskelly: the weirdest, most creative, most amazing video I have seen in ages.
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 Like Sean Watson, but with a BMX. The world needs more creative riders.
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 Mind:Blown. Finally Elstran's got some real competition in the "uuuuh whaaaat was that awesomeness!!!???" departement.
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 Couldn't agree with you more dude, just watched it and it was fantastic. Lots of skill full riding, makes me want to buy a BMX. haha
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 could very well be in next weeks one but here is equally creative mike mastronis edit from the same dvd:
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 I need to get to bed earlier on Sunday nights...
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 I need to start taking Monday's off...
  • 5 0
 What those guys from 1st video are using to make all footage so stable on a chest-mount cam?!
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 there is actually number of software video stabilizers (this on is really smooth, though), Im more surprised they dont use them more often, especially for the chest or bike mount cameras....
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 ^ Its not a software, its a new chestie gimbal. There's a kickstarter or one of those fundraiser things going on for it. Software stabilizer effects always look like crap Frown
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 There's quite a few wearable gimbals- ZI rider is quite well known. Gimbals are only going to get better and smaller- like the ones on the back of the MotoGP bikes. Software stabilisation is good for some stuff like hyper-lapsing but for super shaky POV stuff it just makes you feel sick when you watch it!
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 Probably using a gimbal, no way you can get those shots without one.
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Could be a combination of many.
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 The video was shot with a 3-axis gimbal.
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 Someone needs to show Loris the fun line options on Schleyer - he hits all the racer speed lines and sucks all the fun out of it! Of course his (apparent) first time on-sight is smoother and faster than I've ever gone. that dude is fast!
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 Dakota Roach - Nativeland 2: Incredible
This man got serious bike control skills!
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 Start video: jaw drops, don't recover until some time after video finishes. So much skill.
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 Yeah my favorite part is how he never wears a helmet... pretttttty fuckin cool....
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 He embarrasses the laws of physics in that video
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 Destination trail, makes me want to but a plane ticket and take a month or two off!
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 @redbullbike you guys should be embarrassed and ashamed of the way you treated those athletes. Almost as bad as my government treats our military members, but I bet you don't give them medical care after you are finished with them.
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 @unrooted : I think that's a bit unfair man- RB have done more good for our sport (and many others) in the last 10 years than any other company I can think of. I agree that stair event turned out to be not the greatest event they have ever put their name to but I don't think they should be repeatedly called out on it. Hindsight is a wonderful thing. For a lot of people in extreme sports getting a Red Bull lid and being welcomed into the RB family is like a lottery win- a good sign they treat people well.
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 @gavlaa maybe thats because they have the most money in sports at the moment. Pumping tons of cash into any sport isn't necessarily a good thing. Especially when they promote such a horrible drink. I bet RB are responsible for more obese people than sporty ones. On the other hand, I don't think they are all bad and I'm sure that the riders knew the risks.
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 But RedBull gives you wings?
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 how did they land that step down? it just looks wet and slick
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 "With fast speeds and nearly no way to stop injuries began popping up left and right leaving riders on their toes." moar like leavin riders on spinebords
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 Dakota Roach is not human. He is a BMX alien come down to crush everyone else's belief that they are skilled. That is all.
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 Mike's section from the finer things was so much better than Tate Roskelley's, as much as I love the creativity involved, Mike is so much smoother while pulling off those ridiculous rail rides...
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 My next MTB holidays will for sure take me to Ainsa, way to go Zona Zero!
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 Does the guy in the first video have a gyroscope on his chest because the camera isnt moving at all and it looks really weird?
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 Dakota Roche 2:51
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 Marcell Vikker or enduro with a downhill bike
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 That roost at 1:44 in The Pyga Pascoe
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 did real skifi steal travelling circus's hop into the van ending? Pretty lame me thinks.
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 As usual, I'm here for the comment.

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