Movies For Your Monday

Jul 15, 2019
by Scott Secco  
Huckfest - 10 Year Anniversary Film: Huckfest is celebrating its 10th year of being an MTB festival! Check out this edit to see what a crazy ride it has been! Put together by Blur Media using all sorts of clips we found from the event over the years. BIG thanks to all who have helped us along the way. It's the people who work as volunteers and the ones who buy a ticket and come hang with us that make it possible.

Views: 4,787    Faves: 28    Comments: 2



The BushLeague Movie - Kenny Smith Segment: Kenny's full part from The BushLeague Movie.

Views: 80,139    Faves: 503    Comments: 34



Kollektive Productions - Åre Video Challenge 2019: Riders: Rémy Métallier and Oscar Härnström. Extras: Timmy Waxhammer and Beatrice Johansson. Filmer: Kollektive Productions.

Views: 3,542    Faves: 19    Comments: 4



Lightning Thunder - Åre Video Challenge 2019: Riders: Alexander Bäckvall, Simon Johansson, and Johan Ekman.

Views: 5,397    Faves: 20    Comments: 2



Team Sendy - Åre Video Challenge 2019: Riders: Max Fredriksson and Anton Thelander Filmer: Robban Gustafsson.

Views: 3,480    Faves: 17    Comments: 4



Downhill Southeast Whip-Off: The riders all take one last practice lap before the competition begins.

Views: 4,626    Faves: 3    Comments: 0



Buy Less. Ride More: We focus on zero pressure good times, having fun and messing about; designing a range of clothing that is suited to just this. No race pyjamas here, or technical looking sports kit, but instead clothing that looks great on and off the bike, yet has the same qualities as performance mountain bike clothing.

Views: 1,936    Faves: 4    Comments: 1



Lucky Number 7: We got out to Mount 7 earlier this spring to sample some of the new trails and play around with some drones. We had an absolute blast and can't wait to get back there! Enjoy.

Views: 1,848    Faves: 4    Comments: 5



Crankworx Rotorua 2019 highlights: Five minutes of the best trick and racing action from the Slopestyle, Speed and Style, Pumptrack, Whip Off, Dual Slalom, and Downhill. Featuring Brett Rheeder, Martin Söderström, Ryan R-Dog Howard, Allan Cooke, Tahnée Seagrave, Greg Watts, Nicholi Rogatkin, Kyle Strait, Billy Meaclem, Casey Brown, Tomas Lemoine, Keegan Write, Anthony Messere, and Peter Kaiser (+ many more).

Views: 1,069    Faves: 4    Comments: 0



Please Share This When I'm Killed by Someone Driving a Car: Cyclists: I made this video a few months ago and was waiting for a good time to share it, but there won't be a good time. There've been some deaths in New York City that hit close to home, with the usual poor response from media and police. I love riding a bike and I think everyone should do it but I'm also scared and I'm angry, and I'm injured now and feeling particularly vulnerable about getting back on the road in a few weeks. I don't want to scare you out of riding, but we're all this together and at some point I just have to put this out there. Motorists: please understand that I hate being in your way far more than you do. It’s your convenience but it’s my life. Support protected bike lanes and infrastructure and we’re all better off. Every cyclists or scooter or pedestrian you see is a taxpaying human being with loved ones just trying to go about their business, and we have to work together and coexist.




Can We Complete The North Shore Triple Crown? - Part 2: We attempt the ultimate North Shore mountain bike ride: The North Shore Triple Crown. Can we successfully climb and descend three mountains in one day?




Shimmer: Shimmer represents Vans BMX at its core, with a look into the riders that keep the streets talking, featuring: Ty Morrow, Dakota Roche, Andrew Castaneda, Calvin Kosovich, Sean Ricany, Lewis Mills, Travis Hughes, and Bruno Hoffman. A years worth of travels, friends, clips and memories make up “Shimmer” by Calvin Kosovich and Vans BMX.




Cultcrew Does Germany: Some of the crew met up with Kilian Roth in Frankfurt, Germany AKA Bankfurt.




Transitoire: etnies is proud present ''Transitoire,'' the brand new team promo video, that brings with it the introduction of Nassim Lachhab, to the official etnies global team.




Mike: adidas welcomes Mike Arnold to the team. A gentle giant with pure power and effortless style, Mike has carved out a lane of his own by avoiding what everyone else is doing. Traveling beyond his English hometown of Bristol, this video was filmed and directed by Jacob Harris.




Skateboarding Is Not A Crime - A Dramatic Reenactment: In a world where skateboarders are blamed for decline of Western civilization, Romanian filmmaker Cristian Radu offers an alternative reality. Here's his award-winning, top-down view of life as he sees it. Two years ago, Radu completed his master's degree in animation, "Skateboarding Is Not a Crime" was his final assignment.




Never Stop Winning: This team wins. Everyone wins. Victory is when we all win. It's only crazy until you do it.




Where The Wild Things Keep Playing: Watch the latest anthem for weekend, weekday, and everyday adventurers. From dirt to waves to ice, this is our unapologetic celebration of getting rowdy outside - without changing a thing. Director Krystle Wright brings the next instalment since the wild things never stopped playing.




Candide Thovex - The Wave: Very cool to see Candide's process unfold.




Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings? We Found Them: Bob Ross painted more than 1,000 landscapes for his television show - so why are they so hard to find? Solving one of the internet’s favourite little mysteries.




Revel Co Contra

Photo: the4color



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


27 Comments

  • + 22
 Bob Ross FTW!!!
  • + 9
 The most relevant video here for me is "Please Share This When I'm Killed by Someone Driving a Car". I don't necessarily agree with this guy about the answer being protected bike lanes and think he could have toned down the "a-hole driver texting meme" if his message really is "work together and coexist" (I see plenty of a-holes on bikes too) but the core message should resonate with everyone here because it's just simple physics: cyclist may hurt themselves but car vs. bike means the person on the bike dies.

My rant:

1. save it for the race; downtown commutes or pathway riding is not the tour de France regardless of how expensive your bike is or how much lycra you're wearing

2. if you want biking infrastructure (IF) accept nothing but segregated bike lanes. None of this "we put up some signs" or sharrow BS

Thanks for reading my PSA. The more you know - G.I. Joe!
  • + 9
 That's why i ride mountain bikes, in the mountains...
  • - 1
 I find the whole "reckless cyclist" on multiuse paths overblown except if they are crossing the centreline on blind corners. Unless it is a downhill or tailwind, they are rarely exceeding 35km/hr. The hiker would be pissed if they had to drive 35km/hr to get to the trailhead! On that note, the 2.4" knobby tires on my MTB provide a safe and comfortable hammering pace on paved bike trails. Walkers want the cyclists to not exceed 20km/hr, drivers want cyclists off the road, yet don't want to allocate space for protected bike lanes; both of those groups are expecting cyclists to slow down and take convoluted detours while accepting no compromises themselves.

I also can't believe the nerve or the ignorance of people who honk and yell at cyclists for riding on the road. I drive too (not that it matters) and I have never felt the urge to roll down my window at yell at someone who is not an immediate danger to me.
  • + 1
 His comment about the cyclist getting run-over by a bus may have happened where I went to school. In that case it was a snow day and the roads get covered in ice quick, apparently he fell down right when a bus drove by. The fault is a little hairy there. The bus should have given 3ft so the cyclist has room for error (required by law in that state), but at the same time you're really putting yourself at risk by deciding to ride at a snails pace up a snow covered road alongside traffic.

I personally believe there needs to be a regulation that dictates bicycles come with an IR sticker and cars be programmed to recognize and alert/avoid said sticker. It shouldn't be that difficult, and it solves many future problems we'll have with self-driving cars. However, I can't claim to know much...
  • + 1
 @meepmurp: about a thousand people a year die in Canada each year driving automobiles. I would say you are taking a risk with your life every time you drive your car.
  • + 7
 I stopped riding my commuter bike to work where I live because it's so dangerous with the amount of nightmare drivers out there. Many close calls in just a few weeks even on roads with very little traffic. All it takes is one Mazda 3 driver checking their phone and crossing into a bike lane while driving the speed limit, and I'm dead. Or at least injured plus damage to my bike. On the other hand, I used to live in Vancouver and biked to work everyday. I was disgusted with the number of fellow cyclists who just didn't follow the rules of the road. No stopping at stop signs, riding through red lights, weaving in between cars at intersections. Not just sometimes. Every friggin day. I like to think that these same asshole cyclists are also asshole drivers. The moral of the story is just don't be an asshole and we'll be happier.
  • + 4
 @gbeaks33: I suspect you're right - the problem isn't a-hole drivers or a-hole cyclists; just a-holes period.
  • + 8
 Kenny Smith videos electrify my blood. assaultive riding paired with classic Slayer... mmm more please
  • + 2
 one of my favorite internet edits ever. forgot about it. proper bike film
  • + 2
 I can kind of empathize with buddy about the whole road scene BUT it doesn't matter how much you want things to change ... its still comes down to car meets roadie..you lose....get on a MTB dude..MTB versus tree..tree wins but at least you know who pulled the a*shole move Smile
  • + 3
 Why wasn't Martin Söderströms entry to the Åre video challange included? It is pure gold!
  • + 2
 It was featured last Monday & given its own article I believe.
  • + 0
 most important vid was the road safety......so many idiots driving, its a wonder how they got their licenses.....

soccer vidoe should have been titled "never stop whining"..........only from a couple of them but whining non the less......
  • + 3
 Soccer videos on a bike website. At least make the title, never stop diving.
  • + 2
 Thanks for sharing our Mount 7 edit! Great selection this week. That happy little Bob Ross clip and the PSA were great. Drive safe and watch for cyclists!
  • + 3
 Mahalo's triple crown videos are pure gold
  • - 1
 Yep I commute full time by bike. You can be wearing a clown suit with a siren. Motorist still can't see you.
So f*ck the rules. I do what ever it takes . To not die!
Oh you want to complain about us cyclist don't you?
You can't even see me ! Hahahaha.
  • + 1
 This is why we can't have nice things.
  • + 3
 Well that was a happy little Monday video.
  • + 3
 Never mind all that bike riding I'm here for Bob Ross
  • + 1
 When you smash your wheel into a happy little rock... damn your harold!
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