Movies For Your Monday

Apr 16, 2018
by Scott Secco  
In the Know featuring Curtis Robinson and Dylan Dunkerton: A classic.

Views: 154,967    Faves: 3,255    Comments: 84



William Robert - Sand Castle: William Robert, 24, is one of the rising stars of French freeride and he has one goal in mind, Red Bull Rampage.

Views: 9,190    Faves: 170    Comments: 8



Josh Gibb Full Speed Ahead: Josh Gibb rides Port Angeles and Snoqualmie, WA.

Views: 22,387    Faves: 182    Comments: 12



Robin Wallner Rides the Ripmo: Robin Wallner takes the Ibis Ripmo for a rip in Santa Cruz, CA.

Views: 16,359    Faves: 47    Comments: 1



Andrew Shields - Soul: Andrew Shields flowing through the Whistler Bike Park.

Views: 4,059    Faves: 46    Comments: 8



Summer Dreamin' Almost there.

Views: 2,886    Faves: 11    Comments: 6



Cutting Santa Cruz - James Thompson: These trails look fun.

Views: 3,358    Faves: 4    Comments: 1



The Biggest Slice of British Pie: All good things must come to an end and Slice of Pie is no different. We invite you to take a seat at the Dirt table for one last sitting of muddy British carnage.




Wheel Love - 50to01: Definitely worth another watch.




Dakotah Norton - Made in Michigan - Part I of II: This multipart series chronicles that high-mileage, pedal-to-the-floor journey. Dak’s DH spirit-quest starts here.




HighLow Does Crankworx - The Movie: Enjoy 10 of the loosest days we've had on and off our bikes; We managed to capture some portions of it on the dad-cam for the world to see. So sit back and take in the vibes, this one's a banger.




Ryan Nyquist - Remote Control Barspin: Ryan Nyquist sets out to invent the first ever spring-loaded spinning BMX handlebars. In an attempt to mechanize BMX barspins, Ryan along with his brother Shea, take several interesting approaches including a coiled spring, pyrotechnics, and a cordless grinder, but it's the combination of a direct drive pully system and a motorcycle starter battery operated by a remote control that really gets Ryan's handlebars spinning on their own




Kaleidoscope - See Things Differently: Kriss Kyle riding some of the most unique builds ever.




Brian Yeagle - Anthem II: Timeless style.




My War - Pedro Delfino: Thrasher has over 37 years of covers on record, but this shot is one of the best of all-time. Pedro carved down a steep grade, leaped onto somebody’s house, and the rest is history. Here’s a battle for the books. Enjoy...




Spinning Away: Tyson sparks the vid, K-Walks keeps the revs high, and Chima brings down the curtains, but only after some very choice contributions from the rest of the Vans squad.




An Ode to the Juans: "An Ode to the Juans" was born from a lifelong passion for the San Juan mountains, a rugged mountain range nestled in Southwest Colorado. Bryce Gordon and I collaborated to bring the beauty of these mountains to life. No resort skiing. Just our two legs and hundreds of miles of expansive wilderness. Bryce wrote an ode to these mountains to commemorate their lifelong impact on his being. I created this film to allow people to experience these remote areas of this mountain range which will help to inspire to further preserve these wild and cold places.




Paradox - Full Movie: Winter of 2005 was legendary and Standard Films was there to capture every moment. Filmed on epic snow conditions and unique terrain features, Paradox is a perfect blend of freestyle and big mountain snowboarding. Witness Jeremy Jones' craziest line ever. Check out the most insane helicopter kicker footage ever caught on film. Mads Jonsson breaks the world record for the biggest air in Norway. Explore Russia's untracked big mountain first descents. Paradox isn't a dime a dozen jib flick shot on video. Paradox is snowboarding!




Painted in Dust: Forrest Minchinton was raised by the desert. Growing up in Huntington Beach, CA, Forrest and his surfboard shaper dad - Mike - took every chance they got to head out to the Mojave desert. There, on a remote compound constructed from objects lost and found, Forrest learned to ride motorcycles, shape surfboards, and see the world through a different lens.




Sedinery: Cheers to Henrik and Daniel.




Ollie making the most out of a rainy day.

Title Photo by: haileyelisee



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

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35 Comments

  • + 59
 how sick are mountainbikes
  • + 3
 Fackin sick as!
  • + 1
 Sick as bro cuz!
  • + 11
 Brian Yeagle wings this Movie Monday - BEAST
  • + 8
 Sedin`s, you rock!!!!
  • + 4
 It’s not about the goals,......it’s about how many times you can have your head speed bagged and do nothing but just stand there and take an other, true greatness! JK Two players that had great nhl careers, the sport loses two Gentlemen! Sign Bs fan
  • + 5
 What the fuck... Kaliedoscope is soo confusing, what a cool thing to watch,
  • + 2
 Watching my two year old watch it was was interesting. It was like he was on drugs.
  • + 6
 Hockey. Thats new for PB.
  • + 2
 ok, so i'm a semi-retired movie biz prop maker/prop maker foreman/mill shop foreman (25 years in the industry) anybody who wants to see my IMDB page can ask me for access. the build for kaleidoscope must have been very expensive. i'm just wondering who pays for it?
  • + 8
 My guess would be that Red Bull paid for it.
  • + 1
 Redbull as a promo as he is a sponsored rider, much the same as Danny Mac's videos, still cheaper than an adverage TV advertisement with A-list celebrity endorsement
  • + 5
 Nah man, no one wants to see your IMDB page. And he paid for it himself by mowing a lot of lawns and shoveling driveways.
  • + 5
 @scott-townes: i think we all want to see the IMDB page
  • + 1
 @jtayabji: alright-in your search bar type imdb/robert bullock/art dept. keep in mind i haven't updated my profile in 4-5 years. i'm semi-retired, so i don't really give a f8ck
  • + 1
 @pbcates: you're probably right. seems like a lot of effort for something so niche...what do i know
  • + 1
 Definitely RBMH and Sony, the other video sponsor. Pretty big budget here.

There's a 30 minute movie on how it was made.
www.redbull.tv/video/AP-1M5XVG5PD2111/the-making-of-kaleidoscope
  • + 1
 Red Bull and Sony in this case, as mentioned at the beginning of the video (0:36)
  • + 1
 @upchuckyeager: what's a feightuck?
  • + 1
 Re: made in michigan

Santas village trails are great......but they charge 50 dollars for a day...plus ten dollars for parking. thats 60 dollars for one day of trail riding without a lift. I'll be back when they lower the price.
  • + 2
 That BMX riding in Kaleidoscope was some of the most impressive I've ever seen, was that all real or was some of the terrain CG?
  • + 4
 Kaleidoscope is just sick. Awesome.
  • + 3
 Is that a Specialized Enduro with a Boxxer?
  • + 1
 yup. pretty sure there was a year where that was offered. i think the forks were lowered to 190 if i recall
  • + 1
 You should have post some Chris Doyle videos ! the man just got a heart attack and is now recovering : www.ridebmx.com/news/statement-chris-doyle
  • + 1
 fuck the new standards, boost...wheel size.........remote control barspin is the future!!!
  • + 2
 Yeagle over the train wins!!
  • + 1
 So, Nyquist's groin-mount go-pro position might be a new trend-setting discovery... not sure.
  • + 2
 I'm sure I have already seen Kaleidoscope a few years ago... Is it me or?
  • + 2
 Yeah it came out a while a go they've just re shared it
  • + 2
 it's British timmeeeee!!!
  • + 3
 after the brits are done with a trail it reminds me of their dental work. Wink
  • + 1
 Its Hockey time!!! Go Bruins!!!!
  • + 1
 The GoPro position on Nyquist gives a whole new meaning to dick pic
  • + 1
 Josh Gibbs PNW representin'. All on a trail bike too.

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