Movies For Your Monday

Jan 25, 2021
by Scott Secco  
Two Days With Simon Johansson: Simon riding bikes.

Views: 2,562    Faves: 16    Comments: 1



Horizon - Vaea Verbeeck: The epic landscape of New Zealand is the stunning backdrop for the latest edit from the crew at Deity! Video: Parallax Media.

Views: 19,606    Faves: 265    Comments: 14



Solitude - Dom Knight: Rider: @dkniightmtb. Video: Duncan Yeldham.

Views: 6,209    Faves: 27    Comments: 4



Joey Gough - Top 40 Countdown: I'm about to turn 40, so here's the best clips of my 30's... with a few of the worst thrown in for good measure!

Views: 9,313    Faves: 35    Comments: 21



Albe Snep - Skyline: Couple clips at Skyline Bike Park.

Views: 2,830    Faves: 22    Comments: 6



2020 Mixtape: A collection of clips from 2020. Definitely not the most ideal year, but here are some of the highlights from it!

Views: 1,389    Faves: 3    Comments: 2



GiRoughs - Swordfight: Flowing through the autumn leaves on a few nice trails at Lake Constance. All self-filmed, aiming for a biiiiig filmmaker career.

Views: 1,534    Faves: 5    Comments: 3



Canyon ‘Stitched’ - Peter Jamison: Created for Canyon Bicycles in the fall of 2020 prior to my departure from the brand. Thanks to Canyon for the support in 2020 and the opportunity to tackle this project. Hope you enjoy. Ridden, directed, and edited by Peter Jamison. Cinematography: Chad Christensen.




Ilabb x Blaze Tech Road Trip: Coming upto Christmas 2020 a few of the boys teamed up with Ilabb to do a roadtrip to Queenstown to ride some bikes, stack some clips, and have some fun. Riders: Billy Meaclem, Boaz Hebblethwaite, Nils Heiniger, Hunter Paull, Jai Motherwell, Scott Robb, and Andrew Costain. Huge thanks to the High Low crew for having spare cages for all of us creatures to sleep in and a massive thank you to Ilabb and Seadon Baker for making this possible.




Garret Reynolds - Lost & Found: We dusted off the archives and put together this mix of "Lost & Found" Garrett Reynolds footage. When you've been ahead of the game as long as Garrett, your footage holds its value, being just as relevant today as it was back in 2010 - 2012. Some of the very first Cinema team trips through SoCal, Phoenix, and Tulsa. Video: Will Stroud.




Corey Walsh - Raw 100: Video: Rupert Walker




Hobie Doan - Just Biking: Hobie Doan is not the kind of guy to sit around and wait. With all the downtime this year, he continued to stack footage throughout the Northwest and California, along with some bangs from a pre-Covid trip to Barcelona. Undeniable heat from Hobie, as per usual!




Clay Kreiner's "Delusional" Part: Spending more time in the air than on the ground, Clay clashes with the riskiest ramps in the game paying homage to vert giants before him - Hawk, Way, and Sluggo to name a few. This part ain’t for the faint of heart.




This Is Why We Skate - Nothing In Return: Everybody starts skating for different reasons, but one thing is universal: once you start it's pretty hard to stop. Jesse Barron, Zach Hagy, and Brent Hyden's short film ''Nothing in Return'' explores the economics of skateboarding - an inherently high-risk/high-return investment - to remind us that bravery and persistence will pay huge dividends. But remember: skating doesn't owe you anything.




Being - Zeb Powell: North Carolina might not be known for its progressive snowboarding scene, but Zeb Powell is starting to change that. A native of Waynesville, N.C., Powell initially hated snowboarding because he was forced to ride regular. But a switch to goofy stance, followed by a quick grind, changed all that. Powell went on to combine classic snowboarding style with cutting edge tricks to create his own brand of snowboarding. And once X Games called, Powell shot straight to the top of the Knuckle Huck leaderboard. Heading into 2021, Powell is the new face of fun and creative snowboarding.




Elyse Saugstad - On My Own Terms: After winning the Freeride World Tour title in 2008, Elyse Saugstad felt it was time to pursue her dream of filming for the big screen. But even with impressive laurels like hers, she had no luck breaking through to the top action sports production companies. Rather than give up, Elyse took matters into her own hands. Learn how she became one of skiing’s most ambitious film stars in ''On My Own Terms.''




El Sendero Luminoso - Alex Honnold : Alex Honnold free-soloed El Sendero Luminoso (The Shining Path) in El Portrero Chico, Mexico in a little over three hours. The climb rises 2,500 feet to the summit of El Toro. It may have been the most difficult rope-less climb in history... until Honnold free soloed El Capitan.




Venture Out: The Venture Out Project is an organization dedicated to creating inclusive spaces for the marginalized queer community to enjoy the beauty and fun of the wilderness together. Through their backpacking and wilderness trips, participants forge lifelong bonds and make unforgettable memories.




The Magic of Chess: Filmed at the 2019 Elementary Chess Championships at the Nashville Opryland resort, a group of children share their insights about the benefits of chess.




The Climb: A recent breakup fuels two friends during a long slog up a steep hill. Directed by Michael Angelo Covino.





Photo: Laue





22 Comments

  • 32 1
 The Climb. maybe the funniest thing you will see on the internet all week. so fucking good.
  • 4 0
 Absolutely hilarious.
  • 6 0
 Never trust someone wearing Rapha - especially a full kit.
  • 2 0
 Laughing out loud at my desk at work lunch. "That's why I waited for the climb." This is real life...
  • 15 0
 Is there anything as gnarly as the videos Alex Honnold puts out? It's the only thing I've watched that gives me anxiety just from seeing it. Not much comes close in my opinion. Fair play.
  • 5 0
 sweaty palms
  • 2 0
 Massive accolades to Alex, insane vid. I worry more about the big mountain attempts. K2 just got its first winter ascent after how many years and incidents? Then Mingote tried to repeat it, RIP, brother. Salute to all the gravity fighters. And…Cedar’s eyebrows!!!!!
  • 1 0
 He doesn’t feel the same way...at 5.20 he takes some time to relax and smile, astonishing.
  • 1 0
 @jeneson46 I agree. I get anxious watching his videos. Makes me think it's not the height I'm afraid of, it's the width.
  • 4 0
 Wow that Clay Kreiner video was incredible. Just how nuts do the moves have to be in before these guys decide to wear a helmet?
  • 3 0
 It's been a while since I watched every Movie for my Monday, and I must say, that was a great mix of vids. My favorite might have been the kids playing chess. Peter Jamison, a close second...
  • 2 0
 Is it me or is the trend now to make videos that are less than 2 mins? I’m not complaining but seems like it’s definitely the case
  • 3 3
 Stats have proven that people don't watch lengthy videos, I recommend to my clients to stick around 1:30 for YT / FB stuff.
  • 4 0
 Vaea Verbeeck clip is total fire.
  • 1 0
 Yes, totally! Talented rider, epic landscapes, great cinematography... what a great cocktail. (To me) much more enjoyable than YAAV (yet another airtime video).
  • 3 0
 No one commits like Corey Walsh!!!Smile
  • 2 0
 Clay just might be the best ever... That transfer from the hip, gapping the cradle, to the far wall! Come on...
  • 3 0
 clay!!
  • 2 0
 That had me queezy just watching.
  • 1 0
 Kink makes the best videos I swear
  • 1 0
 Uhhhhh, New Zealand, the most boring of places.
  • 1 0
 Aw yiss!

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