Where the Trail Ends - World Premiere Live On Pinkbike, WATCH NOW

Sep 20, 2012
by Tyler Maine  
Poster for the World Premiere

The long-awaited freeride mountain bike film, Where The Trail Ends, has finally arrived. On September 19th, 2012, Red Bull Media House and Freeride Entertainment will premiere their latest cinematic creation in The Pearl Theatre at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. A red carpet treatment will greet athletes and VIP’s beginning at 8:30PM, followed by the 9:00PM big screen launch of the most progressive and groundbreaking mountain bike movie of the past decade. Tickets can purchased here, and the first 1,000 moviegoers to pick up their tickets will receive a limited edition issue of Decline Magazine that includes a special LCD video display inside.

cam zink in utah Photo Blake Jorgenson

For fans unable to make the trip to Las Vegas, all the action from the red carpet and premiere of Where The Trail Ends will be live-streamed for free right here on //pinkbike beginning at 8:30PM PST. Witness interviews with the athletes, filmmakers and special guests on the red carpet by none other than host Sal Masekela, then follow the cameras inside with the crowd to catch the introductions and watch the film live as it premieres to the world. If viewers miss any of the excitement, the entire live stream loop, including all the red carpet antics and the film in its entirety, will be broadcast continuously for 24 hours allowing everyone a chance to view what might be the most influential big mountain riding film ever.

Andreu - Where The Trail Ends - Freeride Interview image Photo by Matt Domanski Courtesy Red Bull Content Pool

Where The Trail Ends is the culmination of three years of travel to the farthest reaches of the globe, including the Andean foothills of Salta, Argentina, China’s challenging Gobi Desert, Nepal’s near-secret Mustang region, the unexplored shorelines of British Columbia’s Fraser River and Virgin, Utah - big mountain freeriding’s birthplace, and punishing proving grounds.

Photo by Blake Jorgenson Red Bull Content Pool Property of Red Bull Media House

Where The Trail Ends’ storyline follows professional mountain bikers Darren Berrecloth, Cameron Zink, Kurt Sorge, James Doerfling, Andreu Lacondeguy and another half dozen of the world’s top freeriders in an extraordinary chronicle of exploration, chaos and culture, set amongst some of the globe’s most harrowing and remote natural landscapes.

Freeride Entertainment’s crews created the project’s remarkably compelling tone, footage and narrative using the most advanced filmmaking and sound equipment ever used in the outdoor adventure sport genre. An array of transportation tools including jet boats, helicopters, fixed wing aircraft, as well as the riders themselves, helped provide a variety of unique perspectives for the audience. Partnerships with Contour, hands-free HD video cameras, and Specialized Bikes were vital to the project’s success.

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Where The Trail Ends will be available on DVD, Blu-ray™ and iTunes beginning September 21st. For more information, visit www.wherethetrailends.com.

Robbie Bourdon - Photo by John Wellburn Red Bull Content Pool

About Red Bull Media House:
Red Bull Media House is a global media company that creates compelling sports, culture and lifestyle programming and distributes it across multiple platforms. From film to television, print to digital and games, Red Bull Media House content is optimized for any device or platform. For more information, go to www.redbullmediahouse.com.

About Freeride Entertainment:
Established in 1997, Freeride Entertainment has produced mountain bike film making’s longest running series, multiple freeriding events and discovered first-ever venues all over the world. Its scope of services having since expanded to many genres of action and motor sport, today the Nelson, British Columbia-based production house has created film, TV, commercial and on-line content in over 40 countries, in some of the planet’s most challenging environments. Where The Trail Ends marks the company’s return to the setting of its creative and inspirational origin; a project that in part defines Freeride’s 15-year body of work, as well as its dedication to the world’s wondrous places and mountain biking’s international development and evolution. www.freeride-entertainment.com

Photo by John Gibson Red Bull Content Pool Property of Red Bull Media House

The event is supported by Interbike and Teva, and film sponsors include Specialized, Contour, Dolby, Troy Lee Designs, and //pinkbike.

See you there!




421 Comments

  • + 232
 Monday/ Tuesday, going bike riding in Moab, Wednesday, this movie premier... rest of the week, strip clubs and Interbike. It is going to be an awesome week,
  • + 20
 Damn you've got it set! This will make it two trips to Vegas for me in two months... this is going to hurt... haha
  • + 8
 Ah, at least there's one benefit to living in las vegas.
  • + 4
 Damn, that's a sweet week, so envious...
  • + 28
 damn school getting in the way of Interbike, i guess i dont have my priorities in check
  • + 4
 that god damn snake...
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flag FreerideHero9 (Sep 12, 2012 at 17:16) (Below Threshold)
 GO CHECK OUT----- "BOOTLEG CANYON BIKE PARK!"------- located in Boulder City,NV just 20mins from Henderson! (dirt jumps, DH tracks, xc, singletrack, and skill courses everywhere as well as big freeride hits) ive been there many times and its a blast to ride with friends!

btw, dont forget to bring yur DH rigs.
  • + 2
 I almost want to down vote the OP of this reply, just out of sheer envy.
  • + 0
 whats is the song called
  • - 4
flag shadowBiker4 (Sep 19, 2012 at 20:00) (Below Threshold)
 hi im skyler
  • + 2
 It's not working! What is going on????
  • + 7
 just got my 2013 demo today, and now this?!! on a scale of 1 to Rob Warner, the stoke level is an 11
  • + 0
 its 8:15 :*
  • + 0
 oh crap i forgot that i'm in a different time zone. haha
  • + 2
 Gonna go grab a big ol' bag of popcorn , plug my laptop into the big screen and enjoy the sh*t outta this
  • + 8
 is the video constantly stoping for you guys?
  • + 2
 Yeah it is cutting out like crazy, have to keep refreshing it
  • - 11
flag Protour (Sep 19, 2012 at 21:11) (Below Threshold)
 Can someone post it on YouTube for me tonight? Thanks bro!
  • - 1
 Hahahah Bam and his crew are soooo funny
  • - 11
flag Protour (Sep 19, 2012 at 21:18) (Below Threshold)
 The nice thing about pinkbike is that it's like a real community here, and everybody has each others back. Thanks again.
  • + 14
 best line:

"I wish I had a granny!"
  • + 3
 holy shit banger my mind is blown.
  • + 3
 That was AMAZING!!!
  • + 3
 Holy shit that was sick
  • + 1
 ^^^^ just did this, it was filth, enjoy!!!
  • + 1
 All that insane action for a guy from Ohio? Your head will probably explode if it hasn't already!
  • + 4
 absoFuckinglutely infuckingcredible, Zinks crash is a mind fuck!
  • + 7
 I'm experiencing dangerous levels of stoke right now and I want to high-five everyone. That was so awesome , definitely buying a blu-ray
  • + 1
 1st comment = Jammy twat.
  • + 1
 Luckiest mother fucker in town!
  • + 5
 Anyone else think that not only was that one of the best films created but also one of the longest? Haha, this shit coulda been in theaters.
  • + 1
 watch it every sunday morning on ipad whilst soaking in a nice hot bath, BRING ANOTHER FILM OUT as i know the words to this one now.
  • - 52
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 9:42) (Below Threshold)
 That was so bad. Wow. If it couldn't be any douchier, MTB filmers are blatantly stealing from the snowsports industry's image and trying desperately to call it its own. Mountain biking, stop taking yourself so seriously. One minute of watching yet another boring dusty scree slope descent shot from a helicopter is all I could handle. Its been done 1000x in skiing and snowboarding films. The shitty narration send a chill up my spine because its really that embarrassing to watch. Get your own image and stop trying to take from other sports. Too many bros and meat rockets in mountain biking, but I guess unoriginality sells to those types. If you want something to copy, try to do what skateboard and bmx films do (ie: not taking themselves seriously) and tone down the douche. I like riding bikes, but I definitely don't want to be associated with this. I feel like getting a tribal tatt after watching this.
  • + 12
 re: drsanchez..why so many negetive comments you just got to watch many hard hours and sweat put into a movie for FREE !! you come off as the biggest douchbag here with your comments. Im embarassed to be from the same town as you. i would like to see you try one of those lines from the movie then later you might have a valid reason to comment.
  • - 32
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 10:04) (Below Threshold)
 Never said anything about the riders' talent or the quality of the filming itself. The whole image being portrayed and subject matter was yawwwwwwn......
  • + 15
 Freeride entertainment already had that for 10 years straight in case you missed it. I think it was called "New world disorder".
People ride skis and snowboard. They take it serious and non-seriously as well. Watch the art of flight amongst many others.
Why shouldn't pro bikers be serious when they are risking their asses in the middle of China with no med-evac if something goes wrong. Even then they were still having fun and messing around.

So no, biking films shouldn't take cues from skateboard films. Most skateboard films are the epitome of douchebaggery.
I think you need to look up the definition of "douche" because you're using it in the wrong sense completely
  • - 35
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 10:23) (Below Threshold)
 hahahahahaha thanks tips! You must have some killer tribal tatts yea?
  • + 10
 I don't understand why you're complaining when we just got something for free. I didn't think it was the "game-changer" that they hyped it up for and somethings could have been improved, but I wouldn't call every person who participated in this movie a douchebag just because you think it wasn't that good. That's only making yourself look like the douchebag.
Grow up
  • - 24
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 10:37) (Below Threshold)
 I like riding bikes, but I hate this image that mtb filmers are creating. Its like they're all from the ski industry who took up mountain biking (which is 99% true). I, me personally, think that there needs to be a shift away from this type of filming and imagery in mountain biking. Trying to be "epic" and creating some sense of soul out of nothing. I like edits that are short, simple, and fast with good music. Narration? Who wants that?? The fact that there are people who can not take criticism speaks volumes. Less bros in mtb , please.
  • + 4
 There's criticism , and then there's attacking. I'm not disagreeing that it wasn't the best bike movie. My favorite bike film was Lifecycles, but not everyone liked it. I respect that. I'm saying that you should at least respect what went into this film, instead of labeling. If there was blatent douchebaggery I would agree , but there simply wasn't any in this movie. You seem hung up on the fact that they went with mostly heli shots. Not my favorite shot choice either but it had a little for everyone so I can't complain. The only shots that made me irritable were the hiking up shots. I would be more interested in seeing HOW they got there , instead of showing the hike up. But I'm nitpicking. This is what happens when someone like Redbull hypes up a movie to this degree. Someone will be dispointed.
  • - 14
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 10:55) (Below Threshold)
 too many Chyea Brahs
  • + 4
 Is there anybody, who knows title of first song in the movie? Smile
  • + 8
 Song (during Utah):
Dusted - Property Lines
Smile
  • - 11
flag tabletop84 (Sep 20, 2012 at 15:20) (Below Threshold)
 DrSanchez is right.
  • + 3
 Im not trying to bash, buttttttt that wasn't very good. It was all the same stuff over and over, filmed from a different (x,y,z) coordinate in the sky by a helicopter. I respect and appreciate all the hard work that much have gone into this film but i got really bored after about 7 minutes and skipped through a lot o the video hoping for a major scenery change, which (spoiler alert) didn't happen...disappointing. for all the hype online while waiting for this video to come out, i was expecting a lot more. change up the location next time....big mountain gets really old really fast, imho.

Anyways, thanks red bull for this free movie, but I was expecting a little more

To the guy that threw his shit down the mountain, you look like a f*cking prick...respect all the free shit you get so you don't look like a douche to all the people who would kill to own the things you get from your sponsors
  • - 14
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 15:42) (Below Threshold)
 hey bud, there is no room for criticism of this film here. DO YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH EFFORT THEY PUT IN? Therefore you can't say you don't like it. lol...f*ck

Its like the Nickleback of mountain bike movies.
  • + 1
 I'm pretty much with you, bikebuster. Appreciate the free film and all but we've seen bigger and better on any old Redbull Rampage film from years ago.. And that big road gap they built-up to (as massive as it was and I've never go near it in my lifetime)... Bender was doing bigger stuff years ago.

Also didn't enjoy seeing that TLD helmet getting thrown down the hill in a child-like tantrum. Should have been edited out IMO.

Don't get me wrong, people, I'm not a hater but I've seen many far better MTB movies over the years. A movie like Follow Me, which switches from discipline to discipline is far more gripping to a majority audience, I think.

All that said, thanks again to Redbul, FR entertainment and Pink Bike for sharing! I just don't think I'll be purchasing this one on DVD.
  • - 1
 Yeah , I agree. Berrecloths bitch fit was really pointless. Not entirely sure if that was just for the camera , or he actually had a tantrum. I was hoping they would do something besides big-mountain heli-shots, or go somewhere else. Oh well , just happy they shared with us. Still entertaining , good luck to freeride entertainment on their next movie.
  • + 2
 Yep, still entertaining for sure. Sorge was unreal! Some inspiring riding there! Props to ALL the riders for their efforts. And the film crew. Looked hot up there in those Chinese mountains! Razz
  • + 0
 Yeah thats exactly what it was....a little bitch fit. He made himself look like a ungrateful little shit, and Red Bull should'nt have included it in the film....very unprofessional if you ask me.
@ drSanchez, I have no idea what point you are trying to make, but I think its a shitty one haha
  • + 2
 Sanchez is too old to bike , that's why he's a woodpusher.
Just kidding buddy Wink
  • + 5
 also , who the hell let Bam and that other twat in for an interview. Bad idea.
  • + 3
 I have to admit that although there were some cool shots, the music sucked and riding dirt chutes repeatedly wasn't really that engaging. Just my opinion. The whole "Big Mountain" riding shtick didn't come across as all that big compared to some of the pictorials we have seen on this site. I don't know, I sure didn't see anything that was a "game changer" for film making or riding like they kept saying.

And Bam looks bloated and strung out and will hopefully OD or wrap his car around a tree. And god willing he will that flake with him...
  • + 2
 Nailed it! Agree completely.
  • + 2
 how can you say "not cool enough". then complain when the claw makes a fuss about risking his life for a frontflip?
  • + 7
 I'm on the same page with the film overall, but I do NOT agree with peoples' assessment of Berrecloth's "fit".
This is one of the best riders in the world, and he had a very human moment, dealing with that line and what something similar did to him before... That is not indulgence or child-like behavior, honestly; to me it shows that even though we see him crash in other edits, this is a moment where he loses that professional edge and has to deal with the inner fury that goes with it.
Film? Cool, but glad this shot was free... I'll buy it on Blu-ray later on when it's price has been dropped or something.
Getting to see this before Rampage? Perfect.
  • + 7
 I can't believe how judgmental some of you guys are. Who the hell cares if they say "bro" or what they wear? They're shredding harder than any of you will ever attempt and pushing this sport to levels that have never been seen before. It was promoted for the past couple of years as the first ever big mountain only mtb film so if you expected anything else, well you're straight up retarded. You knew what you were going to watch and they never portrayed it as anything else. Like with snowboarding/skiing, you have big mountain specific movies, urban specific and ones with a mixture of all of them. If big mountain isn't your cup of tea, so be it but to insult the film and the riders is douchebaggery at its highest level and to be honest, its pathetic. Yeah way to hate on people trying to push the sport you claim to love in a different direction because as we all know, doing different things or having a different take on things is a horrible idea.... that was sarcasm if you were too dense to catch that.

Simply put, get over yourselves. It sucks when any sport becomes more popular that it attracts a higher volume of douches that love to hate on other mtbers just because they love to ride, portray or act a different way than the douches do. Hell I really didn't enjoy Clay Porter's latest film but I'm not going around calling it a terrible movie or a bunch of jock, energy bar racers... you get the idea. If you really have passion for this sport then hating on people who mtb whether if they're pushing the sport or not in their own unique vision, isn't an option. You're one insecure clown, Sanchez.
  • + 2
 @Bibucc, thanks man! It's amazing !!!
  • - 2
 that isn't pushing the sport it's just showing off. not one bit of that video was accessible for 99% of the people who watched it.
i prefer more real films like seasons, follow me or even the NWD series.
  • + 1
 Riding down a screeslope is probably the funnest thing to do in riding. Worse thing to watch. I was really looking forward to more drops, step downs and big jumps. There were a couple, but they were SO spread out it ended up killing the movie and made the epic parts forgettable with all the documentary stuff. Nowhere near as good as I was hoping for Frown
  • + 1
 nwmlarge- The purpose of every mountain bike movie to ever exist is to show off what you've got to the masses. Just as well in every epic mtb film to ever be produced, even in the film Seasons and NWD series (which in NWD a lot of shots were in the exact same areas as in WTTE even going back as far as NWD 3 and 4), has a majority of stuff that is not accessible by a majority of riders... why that's even an issue with you shows that you have clearly missed the point of why mtb films exist. If you think you could have access to a majority of the stuff in either one of those films, again, shows that you have little understanding of what you're watching.

Gapers say the damn-dist things...
  • + 1
 the areas ridden in NWD + seasons are not all bike parks granted, nevertheless they are more accessible than heli biking in argentina or wherever would you not agree?
what are the realistic chances that the chinese government are going to allow people to start hitting those ranges? no doubt redbull through a shed load of cash at that to get through the red tape.
what i am saying is after all the hype i expected a more multi faceted exploration of contemporary mountain biking.
instead what they did could have been documented in about 15mins.
bully for them if they get to do that for a living but its hardly accessible aspiration.
  • + 0
 Gapers say the damn-dist things... hahaha man, I try not to insult people but you're a friggen idiot.
  • + 2
 what are you ten ? whats with random wintersport insults?
  • + 2
 scratch my previous comments i see you are the 1%
  • - 1
 Again, you're completely missing the point of what MTB movies are created to do... which is to inspire people and to provide awesome entertainment. If all it does for you is frustrate you, make you jealous or gives you a sense of them "showing off" of what they're able to ride, then you have some messed up personal issues. I didn't grow up here, I moved here on my own, by the way and there's still plenty that they ride that I will probably never have the chance to do myself but I'm not angry or jealous that what they experience is incredibly more awesome than what I experience. Get over yourself.
  • - 1
 shit, why so sensitive? Its a crappy mtb film, get over it. Its not like I'm poking fun at your first borns' balet recital. Its a cheesy, overly dramatic, poorly executed, overly produced MOUNTAIN BIKE film. Again, stop taking yourselves so seriously. Its just mountain biking. Put more fun into it. Less cheesy skier "bah" influence and more dirty skateboarder or bmxer influence, please.
  • + 2
 Biking has influences from everything but why do we need influence from that crowd. Look at what the whole park/gangster thing did to skiing. Now every kid who skis or snowboards trys out the stupid tall-tee Gapper look.
We can have fun , but we really don't need to turn biking into that. It's not like every movie after this is going to be serious lol
It was just this one so far that took the cake.
  • + 1
 haha the Nickelback of mountainbikemovies - I l'lold
  • - 1
 So freeriding to you basically means doing whatever you want on your bike just as long as its what you see as acceptable... am I getting that right?
  • + 2
 No I was merely expressing my thoughts that the film wasn't what I expected. I then went on to profer some explanation as to what I personally would have preferred/expected. I didn't say everyone should agree.
  • + 0
 I never use the term freeride to describe mtb. That's another lame label that was stolen from snow sports. YEA BRU Razz
  • + 2
 Can we say "Yeah bro" like the Kiwis now
"YEA BREW"
  • + 2
 DrSanchez, you have an album in your profile that's titled "Freeride" that shows mtbing... drsanchez.pinkbike.com/album/freeride

You are such a clown.
  • + 3
 Busted!!
  • + 1
 Fixed! Creep away!
  • - 2
 Not really creeping, just had to click once to reaffirm that you're some old, insecure hypocrite gaper... OK I'm done now, haha. Sorry for all the updates on this pretty useless convo.
  • + 3
 haha "not freeride"
oh you silly goose
  • + 1
 I'm just having fun, glad you're getting it.
  • + 2
 That was perfect.
  • + 1
 THIS is a good edit. No fluff, no cheesy BS, all balls and good music: www.thrashermagazine.com/articles/david-gonzalez-possessed-to-skate
  • + 1
 Too bad they're just skateboarders.
  • - 4
flag DrSanchez (Sep 24, 2012 at 9:33) (Below Threshold)
 ...with more balls than any mountain biker
  • + 25
 I've watched this trailer like 30 times and I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE FULL FILM!!!!
  • + 3
 whens it out in uk?
  • + 5
 comes out on my birthday Big Grin hmmmmm
  • - 1
 Wens ur birthday????
  • + 0
 1:00PM for me! ERASMUS student at Estonia and here the people is really stoked too!! is coming uuuuup.........
  • + 4
 i've watched it about 30 times too... but that damn snake still gets me...
  • + 2
 yay my birthday is today too!!!! free on PB? what a great gift Big Grin Big Grin
  • + 25
 Dear Redbull. Your video player sucks like a f*cking $5 hooker. Please just fix it. Please.
  • + 9
 its smooth for me i think its your computer
  • + 1
 Ah damnit knew it was my crappy pc.....
  • + 2
 Crap picture and volume. But what do you expect for free.
  • + 1
 It's not the quality, just the way it works, Having to reload if you rewind or fastforward at all...
  • + 1
 I don't know about you guys but I missed a large portion of the ending , it just kind of cut off to the credits..
  • + 18
 Looks like I am on my own here but thought that was pretty boring. 80 minutes of repetitive riding with a simply terrible soundtrack, expected so much more.
  • + 12
 with you on that one...

Hey, utah is sick, let's find more places like utah. Dang, china is pretty rad, lets go to canada. Sweet also sick, lets go bakc to "china" but a different part this time, that was not as sick, maybe south america has some better riding. Ok, now THAT was sick. Let's go back to utah and make sure it's still sick, yup, still rad. Hey, ya'll want to head back to that first place in China, i bet it is still sick. Bingo bango, still rad. Zink's intro sucked too, i think he was the only rider they showed biffing hard in the intro.

Entire movie recapped.. Also, not sure if it was the player or what, but i thought cinematography sucked as well. all the locations looked the same and had about as much color variety as mars, in addition to a lot of footage being shot with the riders in deep shaddows where you couldn't see them at all (the two things may be worsened by the player, hard to tell with such shit quality) overall unimpressed by the movie, i would take a sit through seasons or roam any day of the week.
  • + 1
 sarcasm?
  • + 7
 I kind of agree with you too. The story seemed to be just "lets find more deserts like Utah."
  • - 1
 shitty film on so many levels
  • + 10
 I'm sure ill get down voted or whatever for this but I'm Going to have to agree with you on, all the hype and waiting might be a big factor in my disappointment. Not to say the riding wasn't insane, but it was pretty repetitive and boring, and the soundtrack was so dull, even for a "artsy" bike movie. That and they talked to god damn much, they are professional bike riders, not philosophers, I mean its cool to hear a bit of feedback about each location, but it was just constantly repeating themselves "no one has ever touched this before, we gotta create our own lines blah blah blah" in every single location.

all in all, its far from the worst movie I've seen, and far from "groundbreaking" status like they were claiming it would be. The riding was insane when they were actually showing it. but watching it once was enough for me, will not be buying it.
  • + 7
 i would agree that "groundbreaking" was not there for me as well. we know these guys are gonna throw down but as a story it was flat and it made the film run too long for me. 3yrs to make, i would almost like to see more insights. I honestly would've liked a more documentary style approach with it or even matt hunter's lone wolf vibe. i have a feeling the upcoming rampage might get a better edit.
  • - 5
flag peschman (Sep 20, 2012 at 15:29) (Below Threshold)
 i know. blah blah blah blah, shut up berrecloth no one cares what you think
  • + 1
 the music was on the down low
  • + 1
 The riding is impressive but they could have used a professional narrator. Look at what Statham did for Truth in 24.
  • + 3
 cant believe i am saying this but i agree, it was quite boring, epic yes, AMAZING visuals, stunning scenery, i nearly pressed the BUY button on this but, i am sorry to say i wont be, i think they made a mistake giving it away free, they could have sold it on the making of and trailer vids alone, no need for freebies (though it was nice of them)

i preferred that last vid they released, the making-of one, that was more watchable,

amazing effort from all involved but i bet they could recut this film to be less pompous, show more of the local people and the fun side of things, too serious, too slow
  • + 18
 cant believe were getting this film free too..thanks red bull and freeride entertainments!
  • + 18
 Sorge killed it. hands down best rider in the film
  • + 2
 Sorge was sick without a doubt, but Doerfling's lines in the Gobi were insane!
  • + 1
 Fore sure.. Sorge's riding was the highlight of the movie for me. True Steezmonster!!
  • + 15
 That was hands down the best mountain bike movie I have ever watched, these guys deserve props that are beyond anyone's ability to give them. Holy shit amazing.
  • + 17
 duuude bam is soooooo stoned
  • + 8
 arent we all
  • + 2
 god yes
  • + 12
 This was epic. Well put together with top notch cinematography. Even people that don't ride will watch it. It's long enough to easily be cut into a few episodes on tv or webisodes. Each continent could be a show. Good job to all the riders and production crew.
  • + 12
 I guess I'm alone here. I got bored of the movie about 10 minutes in. All the scenery looked exactly the same. The riding was awesome, and the risks they took thousands of miles from home were crazy. But all I saw was them hauling ass down another chute with red dusty dirt. The red carpet for an hour didn't help.
  • - 8
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 9:44) (Below Threshold)
 couldn't watch it, waaaaay too boring. More dusty slopes shot from a helicopter. YAWN
  • + 7
 I kind of agree, the beginning, and red carpet wasn't too exciting, but after the Nepal segment (and some gems throughout) it was consistently some of the most amazing cinematography and riding I have ever seen. Great job Freeride!
  • + 3
 I'd agree. WAY over-hyped, lame soundtrack, riding was gnarly but got repetitive real quick. Felt bad about Zink's bike showing up late, though, and I'd have to say Cam McCaul's section was easily my favorite ("Trick I've picked up from years of camping"). I may be making assumptions here, but I think one reason so many of us disliked the movie so much, as compared to NWD or Follow Me, for example, is that the riding and places in those movies are things we can relate to. Yes, the foreign places are cool, but very very VERY few of us will make it there, while many of us will go to local dirt jumps or some bike park.

For what it's worth, Kurt Voreis' section in Invermere from NWD 10 has to be one of my favorite sections of all time.
  • + 3
 voreis' segment was so easy to relate to as a rider with just the sound alone and no music. great call.
  • - 10
flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 12:37) (Below Threshold)
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 you sir are a negative nancy
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flag DrSanchez (Sep 20, 2012 at 15:42) (Below Threshold)
 don't shoot the messenger.
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 @bikeboardorblade and fullbug - totally agree

Voreis' segment from NWD 10 was unreal, made me want to go shred my local trail and try to emulate his speed style and power - talk about inspiring. then I got to meet the guy and ride on his tail as part of his allride tour, and was stoked on a whole 'nother level...
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 @DrSanchez - I'll shoot the messenger if they piss me off... You're on a public forum, being a twat. What do you expect?
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 Haha @ DrSanchez when you said that i thought of the movie 300and whn he yelled"THIS IS SPARTA!!!" andkicked the guy into the pit.
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 people sure are sensitive huh? Its a f*cking mediocre mtb film, its not like I'm making fun of your grandma. Nickleback fans get upset when you make fun of Nickleback, same thing applies
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 you're comparing a terrible and washed out band of pussies to brilliant riders and cinematographers who have a thousand times more artistic value than nickelback ever could have. you're not even comparing apples to oranges, you're comparing apples to psilocybin mushrooms pretty much
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 I'm comparing shitty, unoriginal, overly produced music to......oh wait, nevermind. Wink
  • + 9
 Wasn't for me... Between narration trying to tell a story that just wasn't there, and endlessly repetitive shots of another dude locking up the brakes in a straight line down a scree slope, I lost interest. Variety is the spice of life, and of most action sports films - the exact same riding and filming in multiple locations around the planet is an impressive feat to accomplish, but didn't hold my interest or make me want to ride. And to me a great action sports film either makes my jaw drop or makes me want to ride/ski/whatever real bad. My jaw didn't drop for this one, I just kept finding myself cringing and saying oh shit as I thought each dude was gonna have a career-ender over and over.

I do think it was an EXTREMELY ambitious project and hats off to the filmmakers for the vision, and to the riders for risking their lives so far from amenities. If one aspect of the movie was groundbreaking for MTB films, it was the logistical accomplishment of filming and riding is such incredibly foreign (in all senses) places.
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 that byfar exceeded all my expectations for that movie. the best one i have ever watched so far. not many movies can live up to the hype but this one totally blew my mind...thank you claw and crew and RB for such a amazing work of art
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 The Basket Guy, lol! Looks like every good rider's got a hot girlfriend.
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 新疆拍得有一段
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 I have no idea what you said, but I bet you are pumped! Props for you!
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 hahaha^!
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 He said he liked the Xinjiang, China segment the most.
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 A free online translator told me "I was taken in Xinjiang has a period"
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 I saw the whole movie and I just say on thing.

F*ck the computer because now I will ride my f*cking damn Bike UNTIL MY LIFE ENDS!

LETS GO FOR A RIDE PEOPLE!

This movie gave to me all the adrenaline that I need to make me get out of me home and go RIDE Big Grin
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 I found it a bit repetitive- only so much heli footage I can watch before I got a little bored. I can't believe I'm saying this myself- but I honestly prefer Follow Me, Roam and Seasons. Big mountain is cool- but I would personally preferred it if they only had a few sections of it rather than the whole vid.
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 alright enough with the interviews lets start the movie
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 It was great to see some cool placesthat I'll never ride and I thought were the some great shots too. However, I feel I've seen the riding before. Kranked 1&2 had a lot guys riding steep sandy hills and gravel pits. All this was to me was a modern version of that. The hills are bigger, the bikes are better and the locations more remote. I think the riders are great but Wade and Schley were just ballsy back then. I guess I fail to see how this movie was ground breaking. I'm not saying I don't appreciate the movie though. Thank you Red Bull and Freeride Entertainment for the movie and letting us watch it for free.
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 The Glitch mob - drive it like you stole it, WHAT'S THE REMIX????????????''
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 The Glitch Mob- Drive it like you stole it (Pawn remix)
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 thanks buddy!
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 Novack. what the fuck
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 Claw on the cover. Sick. Wish I could go so bad! Gonna be the best vid yet!
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 firstly DrSanchez your sir are a cock. ok you dont like it its not your thing i get that but are you retarded? its a big mountain film, not a dj or XC or dh film honestly what did you expect. granted the soundtrack is lacking in the get you pumped department but still good film. and i know opinions are like ar*seholes as in everyone has one. but i mean take 3 minute gaps was that repetitive as it was all dh racing mainly? are dj videos repetitive as they go up down up down up down with every trick being a 360, tailwhip or barspin ? just jump infront of a bus or something noone wants to hear how you think bam and everyone else is a douche or the film was lame. so u think its bad now go away and tug one out over the scene in brokeback. and let everyone else be positive about the film you had the privalige to watch FOR FREE. nice one pinkbike,
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 Amazing I enjoyed every minutes!!!!, of it defo one of the best mountain biking films I have every seen, just want to say well done to all the people that made the film and I cant wait to see what you bring out in the years to come!!!!! Smile
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 Sept 19, that's my birthday. Thank you baby Jesus, Pinkbike, and Red Bull.
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 Where the trail ends world premeire> study for important test tomorrow
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 Great way to show all of us this stupendeous movie as a world premiere with all the interviews and highlights! The movie truely put a new light on filming and mountain biking! Great stuff...waiting for new productions of Freeride entertainment! THX 4 all those witheout who we coulde't watch this movie and all the best 4 all riders of the whole globe!
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 #MINDBLOWN!!!! Thanks Freeride Entertainment, Redbull, Pinkbike and the riders for the most EPIC piece of MTB film I've ever had the pleasure of laying my eyes on! The game has been changed tonight and I am glad I got to witness it first hand. Inspired to go push my own limits on my bike now. Thank you again!!!!!
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 Well i'll go on the comments that it's awesome but i can't exactly give my opinion as it won't work!!!! Left it loading for an hour from the start of the movie after the red carpet shiz and i've managed to see a whole 2:06 of it, not impressed
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 this is probably the best bike movie ever made... hands down! within the first minute it made me want to shred!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 Wow! Wow! Wow! Best mountain bike movie I've ever watched! Huge respect to all the athletes for pushing themselves so so hard! Like Darren Berrecloth walking away from that front-flip drop, huge respect! Great filming, editing, everything! Just when I thought it was finished there was more, they went back to Utah, then I thought it was deffinately finished, they went back to Gobi, fantastic, loved it! Will be purchasing for sure!
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 I .. I saw a penis..
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 Cool movie, but I couldn't help but think why don't these guys were more armour then just a helmet and knee pads when they're out riding big fast lines in the middle nowhere? I can see if you're doing laps at Whistler you can get away with the bare essentials, but to just wear a t-shirt where they're riding seems silly and foolish (kind of like BMX and skaters who don't wear helmets because they're too cool for it).
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 This movie looks to be so unbelievably EPIC... My Fiance who only just started riding saw the trailer and made me re-watch it 3 time then said "we're going to see this..." That was a great moment. Can't WAIT to see it.
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 No pro-riders were harmed in the making of this film. oh wait never mind...
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 Ok soo im sitting here soo exited i might shit on myself!..... wish i was going to vegas though, you lucky mutha f ## kers
Enjoy!!
Wink
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 What time does it start ? Or have I missed it
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 I just saw "where the trail ends". Amazing riding and beautiful locations. I was concerned however at the complete lack of trail ethic. I am not okay with tearing up an ecosystem for fun, and I thought this was the sort of things dirt-bikers did, not mountain bikers. Did I miss something? Is this encouraged in Virgin, because it is not in CO?
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 Enjoyed the movie, cinematics were good, bar the poor feed from Redbull. Blue-ray will be interesting to watch...I did feel throughout that this was just an Art of Flight for MTB though and in my opinion the two just dont mix. Moving away from the NWD/Roam/Seasons etc format was a bold move and it did "do what it said on the tin" as far as showing the exploration side of FMB but it lacked something. I feel.

Regardless, thanks to PB for the host and all who contributed to the production of the film.
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 I have one thing to say to all the haters above. Remember that the movie industry is, for the most part, all about the money. Compared to other sports in the world, there are like 13 of us that like movies like this. A movie that cost 'millions of dollars' to make but earns the investors much, much less than that, will put a red flag on all future MTB (in all its disciplines) films when filmakers are looking for investors. In short this means that MTB movies like this could be endangered if we don't support them by buying a copy. There may be aspects that some individuals don't like, but when you consider that there are relatively few people interested in this sport, I think we should unite, PURCHASE a copy and promote this film genre for many years to come. I'll use a stupid comparison: How many drunk rednecks do you think complain about the camera angle while 20-some idiots turn left around an oval in a bloated 'race-car'? The answer is none. They loylally support their moronic form of racing to the point of making it the most successful in the USA. If they can, certainly WE MUST! This movie was great, nay, flawless, especially when compared to the 8,000 aired hours of NASCAR every month.
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 Ok I just want to say that most of the comments that were critical of this movie were quite fair. In what way does that make anyone a hater? It's called critisizm and it's been around for a very long time. Some people liked it and in this case a big majority didn't but you think we should all buy it so that they will get more money to try again and hope that they or someone else makes a good movie? Not likely. There has been a good run of really good mtb movies but this just isn't one of them.

And how does NASCAR have anything to do with anything remotely related to this? But if you have to bring it up this movie had no variety and felt like a continuous left turn. Dirt chute, dirt chute, dirt chute, oh another dirt chute. Remember this: www.pinkbike.com/news/Dolomite-Climb-Ride-Video-2012.html
Now that is WAY BIGGER big mountain riding than anything we saw in this movie.

I guess the point I wanted to make was, and I'm going to paraphrase Daniel Tosh: Because someone has a difference of opinion than you, you felt personally attacked instead of focusing on a bigger issue, why do you like shitty movies? ;-)
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 Benz-tech- that is some of the most backward logic I have ever read. Rather than going out of our way to support a product we don't particularly like- I actually think we're doing the right thing by NOT buying this. Red Bull Media are awesome, but they are always going to get to that point where they believe their own hype and start to get complacent with what they produce. By not suckinig their d*ck and sticking to our beliefs we direct the production companies to produce movies that we want as riders. We're not haters- we're the opposite- we stand up for our sport and criticise a movie that we think could have done a better job.

You're the hater for defending a product that has fallen so massively short of the mark.

Oh, and as a final point- Red Bull probably generated more cash when Vettel won the Singapore F1 race yesterday than they spent on this whole production. I reckon they can cover it.
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 I thought the movie was entertaining. Was it the best I've ever seen? No. It was a great watch, even if it was, and I agree, a little repetative. I know it sounds like I am promoting an "A for effort" reward for what you might call mediocrity but I posted above because I want to see FR and big mountain films hit the mainstream. Think of my comment as promoting the larger picture of appealing to larger audiences. Given the choice between watching this and any other mindless garbage on TV, I will take this film every time. I want to see sports channels feature, well, OUR sport. I am friggin sick of seeing hours and hours of baseball, basketball, soccer and the like filling the airways. Many sports that I think we might agree- require only one ball to participate in. Miss a pitch or a basket and what, coach yells at you? Thow yourself and bike to the ground on purpose like any good soccer actor/player lately? I am not denying that there are some, if not many real atheletes in these sports, I just think they are rewarded far too greatly for the risks that they take in the name of their sport. If a big-mountain rider misses a chute or landing, its easily a broken bone, a ruined season or both. No coach yelling at them. Anyway, their big rewards will not come until this gains some popularity.
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 i just dont get it why watch a freeride film then slate it for being a freeride film and that skating films are better i mean i wouldnt go do a drum n bass gig n be like ooh far to much drum and bass for my taste needs more rock .... some people are just cocks
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 are they actually showing the movie or whaat?
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 For all the big hype about BIG MOUNTAIN riding that this movie was supposed to have, my reply is remember this: www.pinkbike.com/news/Dolomite-Climb-Ride-Video-2012.html
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 I didn't go to school because of this..and it totally worth it ! Big Grin
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 that trailer is nuts. this is shaping up to be one of the craziest of all the sport movies iv seen will be ordering it asap.
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 Nice, now I can get the Vegas premieres while I am in whistler, thanks pinkbike.
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 Great film.... unfortunately my internet or just the vast amount of people watching it ruined it : ( It took me a good 30s to load about 5s a clip. Got to a point of watching 5 mins and then loading 10s. Just unlucky for me hey! But dedication boys! Good work!! Hard to think the claw came across from BMX
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 these women are bored as fark!
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 ouch ZINK SMASH!!!!!!
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 This has to be one of the most inspirational mountain films i've seen and more justification to stop smoking cigarettes, after smoking them for 9years, so that I can be a stronger rider.
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 Awesome movie.. !@#$ing love this style of riding.. makes you wanna go out and find a chute or a scree slope!
defo on a par with lifecylces.. dont know if any movies will be as good as Roam/Seasons for me..
its a pretty high bar!!
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 The Red Bull media player sucks balls. With all the money Red Bull has why will they not develop a better player!!!!! thank you for the free video!
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 Am I the only one annoyed by it? Every time I load another page I have to close it. Pain in the ass.
I wouldn't mind if it was a link you could click on to watch it, that'd be cool. But to be forced to close it? Had to be a better way.
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 deam it, it´s a huge video the images around the world is amazing yeahhh!! go go go!!
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 WHAT A RIDE I GOT A LONG WEEKEND HERE SO SATURDAY,SUNDAY,MONDAY AL BE AT INNERLEITHEN IF YER THERE I WILL HAVE MADE IN SCOTLAND STICKER ON THE BACK OF MY CAR SO SAY HI FOR F###K SAKE
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 When does the actually movie start? i just wanna skip the interviews because the video is already freezing enough so i dont want to sit through the interviews as well while they freeze.
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 about 1:04ish
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 C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mon, C'mooooooooooooon...............
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 if you dont like mtn bike movies or the mtn bike community...WHY THE F..K are you on a mtn bike website watching a mtn bike movie!!? is your life that pathetic that all you can do is critisize over and over and over again with your limp d..k, insecure (butt hurt sounding) comments?...probably wish you could ride like that and just straight up hate those that shread and are humble good people...do us a favor nurse and hop in that big bus with the rest of the worthless A-holes that no one needs in life much less needs to hear or read and drive it right off the mtn..then we can make a huge table jump with the wreckage.
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 Borderline speechless with awe. I'm impressed to hear Black Rebel Motorcycle Club as background music. I was going to use that song in a vid. Guess its back to the drawing board. Insane film. Cant wait to buy it.
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 thanks pinkbike for lieing to me. seriously sal and travis is f*cking annoying and there is no movie playing, its 9:16. you said it was going to start at 9
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 its almost 9:30 now...
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 That was amazing!! How the he'll did zink not break his back? That was one gnarly crash! I gotta buy the DVD now!!! Awesome!
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 AHHHHH, stop burning time its 15 minutes over due. Start the film!
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 Totally dating myself, but this is the "Endless Summer" of mountain biking. I gotta get the collectors edition, 'cause I'll be watching this a few times.
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 I definitely wouldn't say that. The premise of the Endless Summer flicks was to follow the summer around the globe, hitting as many places as possible with a couple of your mates (or just you and a buddy like in the second one), crashing where you know someone and arguably all on a shoe string budget. This film just bounced back and forth between Asia and the Americas.
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 "Endless Summer" may be the greatest sport doc ever made. It plays well even now. I like how the narration was candid and not pretentious. Filming all around the world in a quest for the perfect wave. There was an innocence to the film, where I don't think that they knew they were going to change the sport forever by making that film. I would not compare this film to "Endless Summer".
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 first song of the movie pls so good songname pls Smile
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 Dusted - Property Lines
you are welcome! Smile
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 Yes! Im still buying a hard copy too!
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 are they available for pre-order?
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 Im going to go out there and say it... Still prefer From the Inside Out. Still a great film though!
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 Attendence office speaking.
Jimmy not feeling well not going to school today :/
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 Thank you PB!!!!!!!
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 amazing film. thank you to everyone involved. their GODDAMN LINES in the last section in the Gobi!!! I kept thinking every new line was the craziest I'd seen.
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 Just daaaaaayum! Well done on all ends - that movie was solid. I did not know people could ride stuff that steep and live to tell. Thanks for the stoke!!
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 i wonder how much money they make off this, cuz what they spent on this is wow
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 Lol love getting to creepily watch the entire afterparty as the cameras keep rolling and panning around after the movie. The biddies are out and prowlin.
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 THIS WAS PROBALY THE BEST ACtion sports movie i have and ever will see!!!!!!!!!! FUCKIG AMAZING
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 Kurt Sorge for prime minister
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 Since pinkbike hates long comments. I'll post it on reddit. Read if your bored.

www.reddit.com/r/MTB/comments/108ede/where_the_trail_ends_short_review
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 going massive living the dream life
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 The snake at the and always gets me!
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 IS the stream super laggy for anyone else?
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 "If I wanted to ride forest I'd just stay in home in B.C" but you went to the all over the world to ride places/terrain like Utah :S
  • + 2
 when it says available for 24 hours does it mean we can watch it whenever we want in a 24 hour period?
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 Should mean that you can watch it until 8:30pm PST tomorrow.
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 Can't believe you guys are streaming Where the Trails Ends for everyone around the world that can not be in Vegas tonight. Thank you Pinkbike, you are the best!!
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 at the second chime segment. Then it decides, nah I like the bigining better lets go back to that part. Sooooooo pissed that I can't finish it.
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 is the live streaming of it gonna be just a video shot of the theatre showing the screen?
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 The Most awesome MTB movie i've ever seen in my life!!! Surge killed it , his riding is so crazy!! But everyone are good))
Can anyone tell me the song when McCaul's riding??
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 Just watched the full movie on here, and the only words i have to describe this is, HOLY SHIT! Incredible movie, can't wait to buy it!
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 I need the soundtrack list! Please!
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 ................Aaaaaand here comes back Sal Masekela (and this is not meant to be a racist, sexist or simply retarded statement heard too many times tonight)


I mean Bam Margera was awesome, but do we need to look like an freakin bunch of goons when doing epic stuff like this?
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 Bam and Sal..... those meatheads should fit right in with mtb douche bags
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 Bam looks like he will be either be OD'ing fairly soon, or wrapped around a tree like whats his face.
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 id say bam and sal fit in way better with the MX or FMX tatted, overly arrogant ( for what i dont know why) "no fear" trendy wannabe metal mulisha douche bag homo's right drhernandez?
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 I think this movie signifies a revival of the true spirit of mountain biking. A true masterpiece.
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 Epic riding, shootin' & edit.... But a whole film of big mountain is a little bit boring.... Smile
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 whaaat??
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 just cant watch this, its freezing way too much. guess i will have to go buy it Smile
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 also, you kiddies need to get your parents to invest in better internet Wink it worked great for me
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 movie was narley, anyone knows songs or tracklist for WTTE?
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 yyyyyyyyyyyyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy cant wait
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 Cant wait to buy this and see the crash real and stuff amazing job guys every is going to buy this film i hopeSmile
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 best mountain biking movie ever!! i cant wait to get me big bike back in acouple of days and go rideing! my mind is blown!!!!!
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 That was sooo awesome!! Makes me want to ride big bikes extremely bad
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 I'm not halfway through this whole movie and yet the audience is already annoying me with all their screaming.
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 Awesome movie, yet Life Cycles stays on the top of my list...
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 disappointed,
that's just wrong, is that it?? that's all of it?? I got myself preped for like 4 hours of shredding Frown I was getting so in to that film then absolutely gutted . Frown your all shite.
but on another note F##k that was a dam good film it was like watching a Hollywood movie on the edge of my seat and the kids where so glad to see you guys there hey? top notch guys please make more can't wait for the DVD Smile oh just one thing make the next one bloody longer will you months of waiting dam Smile peace
  • + 1
 you are retarded and obviously have no idea how long it takes them to get even 10 seconds of footage
  • + 1
 oi moron it was a joke if you learnt to read you div you would be able to understand i was being sarcastic you div
  • + 1
 haha i love it when Cam says "yeah we both did some lines, and i think my lines were better" LOL
  • + 1
 The boys of the fmb know how to party. That's a fact. Also, beware of Robbie bourbons little brother. Dude is shameless
  • + 1
 Chad Kaggy did well shredding on mountain bike, on snow to boot; I bet Drew would fare just fine at Crankworks.
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 What a film! I have a massive new found respect for these guys. Unbelievable talent.
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 Frown disappointed the film was to dam good to be that short what F guys I was really in to that then you cut it Frown balls
  • + 1
 redbulls media player sucks balls, ill wait till it comes out on blue ray to watch.....
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 The jammin song during the Gobi segment is "I Bought My Eyes" by Ty Segall Band. They're incredible. So is this film.
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 Ps. Kyle strait may be big, But he will definitely steal your girl. Mad skills
  • + 1
 i can't believe I rode with 2 of those guys. unreal fiming, talent and courage.
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 Thought there'd be more variety. Too much desert.
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 THANK TO PINKBIKE FOR HOSTING THE STREAM, this is going to be awesome
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 Well that was the best mountain bike flipbook I've ever seen . Red Bull player why dont you work on my pc :-(
  • + 2
 anyone else having trouble viewing it?
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 "That felt so good." hahahahahaha
  • + 1
 Who's the biker that does the massive drop at the end of the trailer?
This one -> i.imgur.com/qvK30.jpg
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 I think it's Darren Berrecloth.
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 Thank you, my good man!
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 Yeah its Darren Berrecloth.
  • + 1
 everyone be sure to by Keith White of KWA (keith white audio) lots of double red bull and vodka's for me his pal Bobo!!!
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 Keith is the Man. JGS Concepts
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 8:30 isn't coming fast enough.
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 anyone knows the time when its going to show up on eurpe, more specific in austria?? is it 5 am ?
  • + 1
 So epic and amazing to watch. Huge respect for some of the things the rode and the crashes they took!!
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 Little under 2 hours when it shows in the uk I think Big Grin

Ahh it's only 02.40 now lol. I can't wait soo stoked!
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 22 minutes and counting! Gettin stoked!
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 soo pumped!! i might shit my pants
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 It should be starting now yeah? or did I get my times messed up?
  • + 0
 FREAKING AWESOME!!! the story, the scenary, the riders, the riding.... THANK YOU SOOO MUCH Red Bull Media / Freeride Entertainment!!!
  • + 2
 who was the dirty smack-head with Bam?
  • + 1
 caraca vei so trilha da doida vei os cara e muin loco ra dece os morro goste de todos os morro
  • + 1
 AMAZING!!! makes me wanna quit my job and just ride my bike the rest of my life!!!!
  • + 2
 great movie but who was the genius to film into shadows?
  • + 1
 sometimes is just impossible to get the perfect lighting and just have to choose what are u going to sacrifice!!
  • + 1
 This movie makes you wanna do something, accomplish something in your life you know...
  • + 1
 I really need to go to bed, I'm working tomorrow.. er today. Will watch it later on bluray :-).
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 what time will it be streaming in the uk?
  • - 2
 I think you're 18 hours ahead of PST, so 2:30 PM on Sep. 20th.
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 Anybody know what time the screenings going to be GMT????
  • + 1
 i want to watch all events in redbull.tv with this quality, shame thecquality of previous uci events.
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 pretty sick its gonna premiere in vegas
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 cant waiiiiiiiiiiitttt !!!!!!!!
  • + 1
 i wanna buy it on itunes, but i dont have it on the local itunes...kinda stupid..
  • + 1
 Amazing ! greetings from Argentina.
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 How much did the film cost to make??
  • + 1
 Great film. Thank you Pinkbike!
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 Awesome!!!!!
Thanks PB, Redbull & Freeride Entertainment
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 MMMMMM. PURA VIDA , PURA VIDA.
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 MMMMM. PURA VIDA , PURA VIDA.
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 Welcome to Russia on Caucasus mountains shoot the new film!
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 reminds me alot of art of flight!! super stoked on this muhahaha must buy
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 ahhh left me drooling for more!
  • + 1
 man those contours can take a beating
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 Best mountain bike movie hands down!
  • + 1
 That was f#ckin' awesome !! all those guys are my heroes
  • + 1
 if i went out to ride after watching this i would probably kill myself
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 Rad to the boner. A little repetitive but some nice shots all around.
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 HOLY SHIT THAT WAS FUCKING AMAZING
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 Came out on my b-day Smile
Salute
  • + 1
 I just want to ride now. Might try a front flip. Lol
  • + 1
 Lets all open a forum called drsanchez is a wanker
  • + 1
 Just turned on to watch the credits roll gutted I missed this
  • + 1
 So awesome! Watched it live yesterday, again today!!
  • + 1
 if only they just used a Gopro.. contours light adjusting is shit!
  • + 1
 FFUUUCKKKK I missed it!!! noooooooooooooooooooooooo that sucks..
  • + 1
 Its the best movie i've ever seen !!!
  • + 1
 I still can't figure out where the trail ends...
  • + 1
 What was the top speed these guys hit going dh ?
  • + 1
 Great Movie!!!!!! I'm pumped... going riding now.
  • + 1
 so sick.zink dominated that flip
  • + 1
 Bought a copy the second I was finished watching.

Un-f**king-real!
  • + 1
 just set my alarm for 8:30 sharp! gotta be ready
  • + 1
 win win win so much win going on
  • + 1
 homeboy is wasted hosting the show haha
  • + 1
 this is gonnna be huge!!!!!!!!!!!
  • + 1
 Can't wait!! So freaking excited!
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 I can't wait anymore to see the full film ... Wink
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 This will be a great show
  • + 1
 LOLOLOLOL interviewer lied about tmac to cmac
  • + 0
 Im going to cry! This was so goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood!
  • + 2
 One word.... AWESOME!
  • + 2
 sooo sick!!!!
  • + 1
 What a EPIC Movie!!! Awesome!
  • + 1
 hope this is still on when i get in from work
  • + 1
 Enough chit chat! Play the Movie already
  • + 2
 lol at drunken bam!
  • + 2
 haha bam was so wasted!
  • + 1
 The time will be 23:30 (11:30 P.M.) in NYC Right?
  • + 1
 8:30PM PST....... nyc time?
  • + 1
 around 11:30pm tonight...
  • + 2
 i want that poster grrrr
  • + 1
 Just purchased, can't wait.
  • - 1
 Anyone know if I need to get tix if im already registered for interbike? I called the number on the ad above but was only able to get information about a room.
  • + 2
 nice, can't wait!
  • + 1
 So this comes put on the 19th?
  • + 2
 very cool...
  • - 1
 zink ZINK word killing it, look at the time,wait there is no time just sunrise and sunset&u &the bike making the time of life.
  • + 10
 ? ?
  • + 1
 Resident of Vegas if anyone is looking to hit the trail hit me up
  • + 1
 I have my tickets. So pumped for Interbike and this premiere!
  • + 2
 I WANT CAM'S HELMET!!!
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 Just his helmet? Not the whole length?
  • + 0
 Thank God I have Thursdays off of classes. I've been waiting for this for too long!!
  • + 1
 SweeeeeeeeeeeeeEeEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEeeeeeeeeeeT
  • + 1
 YES! Best birthday gift ever!
  • + 1
 Just tellin my girl the same thing right before I read your post!!
  • + 1
 Anybody know when this is coming to the U.K??
  • + 1
 sick sick sick sick sick cant wait!!!
  • + 1
 Biiiiig lines! So sick. Thanks PB and RB.
  • + 1
 i woke up at 5 am,when will it starts
  • + 1
 Amazing!! Well done guys my favourite movie to date!!!
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 TOP!TOP!TOP!TOP!TOP!TOP!TOP!
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 Well that was pretty sweet. Even if I had to watch it at 12:30 am.
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 cool...
  • - 1
 AMAZING....!!!!! xD stoked right now, but its bed time for me.... Frown
  • + 5
 PLAY THE FUCKING MOVIE
  • + 1
 amazing, great film. all great people to represent mountain biking!
  • + 0
 Absolutely great riding and filming/editing but what the f*ck was up with the tracklist?
  • + 1
 MOST AMAZING PRODUCTION EVER.
  • + 1
 holy shit, that was insanely good...wanna go ride right now!!
  • + 1
 What is the song name at 1:05:35? Thanks guys.
  • + 1
 Dusted - Property Lines
you are welcome! Smile
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 Single most amazing thing i've ever seen.
  • + 1
 who said freeride is dead?
  • + 1
 great big mountain movie.....the music choice was a bit off for my taste.
  • + 1
 Fuckin eh Boyz! Kootenay's represent! Wish I could watch it again...
  • + 1
 Already pre ordered my copy in HD via iTunes!! Can't wait
  • + 1
 I want to ride with this guys !!!!!! =) this film is awesome
  • + 1
 amazingly epic,.... as easy as it can be put
  • + 1
 oh my god!!!! the goat is dead!!!
  • + 0
 I dont usually comment but that was the most amazing movie ive ever seen!!!!!!!
  • + 1
 Way too glitchy, can't watch it.
  • + 1
 That was the best thing I have ever watched.
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 Epic, that is all.
  • - 2
 The movie started at what time? It's 9:30. I have a full time job. Nice lie red bull. You should run for PRESIDENT!. Red carpet for a dirt show is a joke!
  • + 1
 Thank you
  • + 1
 IT'S ABOUT TO START!!!!
  • + 1
 Best Riding video ever.
  • + 1
 VOD!
  • + 0
 Did that snake freak anyone else out or just me!
  • + 0
 i got scared.
  • + 1
 magical
  • + 1
 Just Epic. Nuff Said.
  • + 1
 Lord have mercy
  • + 1
 Thank You!
  • + 1
 I just got chills.
  • + 0
 epic, big fan of the Art of Flight so i think i can trust Red Bull Media
  • + 9
 Pretty sure most of it goes to Brain Farm and Freeride Entertainment not Red Bull.
  • + 4
 yup red bull just supplies the bankroll
  • + 1
 fucking eh
  • + 1
 GOING!!!
  • - 1
 Travis McCaul...what a dumbass...and how come the McCaul's only got like 2 short ass sections?
  • + 1
 ºbest movie ever!
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 oh yeah Big Grin
  • + 1
 so fuckin stoked
  • + 1
 cant wait
  • + 1
 Awesome.
  • + 1
 What time in nz
  • + 0
 It was good but strength in numbers was better!
  • + 1
 Insane film!!!!!!!!
  • + 0
 They are going to lose cash on this move
  • + 0
 I give up... sal is annoying me... ill watch it later...
  • + 1
 A.K.A. the black guy from the xgames, i think he's chill
  • + 1
 wow speachless
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 sick! cant wait!
  • + 0
 drunk as fuckkk all if them! haha
  • + 1
 I'm speechless
  • + 1
 Goose bumps.
  • + 1
 just perfect
  • + 1
 I can't view it Frown
  • + 0
 Freeriding is not dead!
  • - 3
 Fuck Sal Maskaela.
  • - 1
 fits right in with Bam and the rest the douche bags freeriders
  • + 6
 i love this sport but yeah, Bam and his naked prison pal...are they required to show if your sport gets a legit nod to the ASR show or XGames?
  • - 2
 fuk Xgames
  • + 6
 ^BUT thank you very much PB for hosting the free stream of the movie.
  • + 2
 i'm with you on the Xgames vibe, DrSanchez. bein os bmx and skate i don't like x anything.
  • + 1
 I'm 100% skateboarder but f*ck xgames
  • + 2
 Novak, felon and addict, sweet guest to have at a MTB flick! #sarcasm. Anyways, the movie was tremendous, bravo to all involved.

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