Follow the Fraser - Official Trailer

Jun 19, 2017
by Absolute Cinema  

The corners of the globe are dotted with legendary mountain bike destinations, and the search for the next great freeride location has been well documented. Yet for Kyle Norbraten, James Doerfling, and Tom van Steenbergen, the great unknown includes their own backyard. During Follow the Fraser, the three BC residents join together to journey north through their own province, following the largest river in western Canada north through their respective hometowns and into a mountain range that beckons with red slopes and the promise of steep big mountain riding. The only guides they have are a few photos from Google Earth, a trusty Geo Tracker and a shared passion for freeriding.

Follow the Fraser

Over the course of the next four weeks, the crew revisits old favourites and new ranges all while camping and navigating the back roads of British Columbia. Brought to you by Absolute Cinema, Red Bull Media House, LEDLenser and MEC, and shot on location throughout British Columbia.

Follow the Fraser


Tune in to RedBull TV Monday June 19th for a free screening of the film.



MENTIONS: @redbullbike / @tomvansteenbergen / @jim77 / @mtber1 / @liammullany / @dpeacock / @andrenutini / @hmendel / @JHellburn



58 Comments

  • + 164
 I know no one else on Pinkbike cares, but hearing Vivaldi in an edit made my day.
  • + 37
 Actually if the whole film was scored like this, it would make my season. And the riding is probably good too
  • + 13
 Dude I love the classical shit. It fit this preview perfect!
  • + 4
 Not no one else. +1
  • + 8
 But it's not winter Wink
  • + 41
 Played this and the wife, who is a classical cellist, chimed in happy that I finally found culture. Then I let her know it was another mountain bike video and tempered her expectations. Still, if they keep the soundtrack it might make for a romantic evening we can both enjoy.
  • + 5
 @sspiff: Dude that's a great idea. My wife enjoys classical music. Hates soundtracks on 90% of mountain bike movies.
  • + 22
 great departure from Dubstep.
  • + 3
 Massive +1 and I thought it fit perfectly
  • + 1
 close match of perfection and power
  • + 4
 If it ain't baroque... Oh wait. Seriously though, super stoked to hear Vivaldi in a mtb film
  • + 2
 I was listening to some classical music the other day thinking, "this needs to be coupled with some corner blasting and trail ripping"
  • + 22
 Well, the Geo Tracker... who'dve thunk it
  • + 3
 Only problem with them is lifts and shit for them are astronomicaly priced!
  • + 3
 That thing is pretty great.
  • + 13
 Homer running after the car terminator style:

Maude Flanders - "C'mon Ned move this thing!"

Ned - "I CAN'T, IT'S A GEO!!!"
  • + 2
 Geo Tracker = Suzuki Sidekick *Pretty rad little 4x4 platforms, really.
  • + 18
 was just thinking the other day and talking with my homie like, "man Doerfling... where has this dude been recently?" and now we know... he's been being the raddest f*cking dude alive.
  • + 12
 I almost shit my pants just by watching the gap at 2:01 you don't want to case it
  • + 1
 Pretty surer he fully stays above the left size of that ridge.. super impressive tho!
  • + 24
 You're lucky - I actually did shit my pants. The wife says no more bike videos for a week.
  • + 1
 ok.. no more mountain biking..
  • + 7
 Knolly Podium, one of the best if not the best looking DH/Fr bike out there.
  • + 9
 Freeride ain't dead!
  • + 3
 So much appreciation for the quality of this video alongside with other media house videos. Makes me stoked on MTB all over again. What a dream it would be to ride some of these places man. Such a rad crew too
  • + 3
 Recommend that those into freeride spare 40 minutes of their time to watch this movie. Nicely done, sick riding.
www.redbull.tv/video/AP-1R1J82BJD1W11/follow-the-fraser?playlist=AP-1R1J82BJD1W11
  • + 2
 So good! This is a must watch. Beautifully shot.
  • + 5
 Never thought I'd hear Vivaldi in a MTB vid
  • + 1
 Vivaldi fits everywhere. And indeed, here they made it fit very, very well.
  • + 3
 The pov at :28. One of the few glimpses of how steep these lines actually are.
  • + 3
 To date, best music pairing for a bike vid in my opinion, that was awesome.
  • + 4
 Free preview on Monday!!! Thank you you redbull!
  • + 3
 Doerfling is the last true freerider out there.
  • + 2
 Watched the full film. It was awesome. We need more.big mountain movies. Dorf and Norbs killed it.
  • + 1
 Wait, i always confuse which one of them sponsored by Trek, is it Tom or Bas? Both of them on TLD though.
  • + 1
 Tom on Trek,Bas on Hyper.
  • + 0
 thank you, i listen whilst sitting on my steed in my library, I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany.
  • + 3
 Can't Wait!!!!
  • + 1
 Bomb drop at 2:12! Looks like an awesome video.
  • + 1
 that gave me shivers! the music fits perfectly.
  • + 1
 Knolly NIce!!!!! ah 2:19 bestky!!!
  • + 1
 that explosion at 1:57 ... Fearon's got some competition
  • + 1
 Kyle fckin Norbraten , HELL YEAH !!!!
  • + 1
 norbs got robbed
  • + 1
 Classically, New
  • + 1
 Gnar Dog!
  • + 1
 fraser river?
  • + 3
 Yeah you would be correct your assumption.
  • + 3
 Seems logic
  • - 3
 Never watched all the video the classical music put me off .
  • - 2
 About 5 minutes of riding in a 40 minute film? Pass.
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