Movies For Your Monday

Jul 29, 2019
by Scott Secco  
Shift: A classic film from 1999 featuring Wade Simmons and Andrew Shandro.

Views: 3,127    Faves: 36    Comments: 5

Conner O'Brien - The PNW: Conner O'Brien riding some of his favourite local PNW trails.

Views: 10,434    Faves: 46    Comments: 4

420 Trail - Charly Schildknecht: After many days of hard shaping with his crew, Charly shows us the 420 trail! Shot in Alsace, France.

Views: 2,858    Faves: 15    Comments: 4

One Day with Marek Łebek: A new edit starring Marek Łebek.

Views: 3,991    Faves: 31    Comments: 8

LoosefestXL 2019 - Friday's Session: Mad respect to all the pilots earning air miles!

Views: 2,265    Faves: 14    Comments: 0

Local's Summer On The East Shore - Anthony Santos: Lake Tahoe in the fall is a special place; the summer crowds have left, the days are still warm and long, and the locals regain their free time to pursue their passions. I teamed up with rider Anthony Santos to document just that - a local ripper getting after it in early October, capitalizing on recent rain, warm days, and empty trails.

Views: 1,552    Faves: 8    Comments: 0

Whistler Bike Park 2019: All the boys finally made it to Whistler and got rowdy! New Dirt merchant, A-Line, and Crabapple Hits were way too good!

Views: 1,700    Faves: 12    Comments: 2

2019 Western Open Canada Cup: Video: Dylan Siggers/ARE Films.

Views: 2,553    Faves: 11    Comments: 0

Mission Control: Watch Mike Hopkins, Micayla Gatto, and Reilly Horan take on the Mission in one continuous shot, straight down the mountain.

Kill The Clock: In the world of mountain biking, a clock is nothing more than a mechanism of comparison. It is a ruler whose ticks we've defined as degrees of skill, and to which we've linked our ambitions together into the unified pursuit of victory over one another.

Calvin Kosovich - Headlights: Calvin Kosovich has the distinct ability to be good at pretty much everything he chooses. From massive rails, to technical wall rides, to grinds, Calvin's Headlights section runs the gamut of precision and heavy.

Mike Gray - After Dark: After Dark the streets of Toronto shift from avenues of commerce to a nocturnal playground for the night owls and street artists. Areas that are off limits during daylight hours are open to those who venture in the shadows after dark. Headphones in and music on, Mike Gray flows through the shadowy streets to bring you his latest edit that aims to capture that feeling of freedom After Dark.

Broc Raiford - Walkways: Broc Raiford follows up his "Passageways" video part with a similar yet different approach. This time taking things to the plethora of sidewalk spots that most just cruise by while on the way to the session. Broc sniffs out the road-side gems from LA county to Santa Ana and delivers just as you'd expect.

Tony Hawk - Battle Commander: Very cool to see The Birdman putting out a street part at 51.

Jamie Foy's "306" Part: The Big Pinch has a pro shoe and he kicks off the celebration with two minutes of face-melting footy from the streets of Barcelona. Congrats, Foyska!

High 'N Dry: Keys to a drained water park and free rein to skate everything in sight?! Yes please! There are a lot of epic spots out there but this is truly insane terrain. And apparently upside-down ollies are a thing now...

Being - Colby Raha: Dubbed “The Golden Child” at a young age, Colby Raha was raised on two wheels. From BMX riding to motocross racing, the Raha family pushed for Colby to achieve professional supercross status. But Colby Raha burned out from racing at age 15 and started exploring the freestyle aspect of both BMX and motocross. The road wasn’t paved with immediate success though. Through the ups and downs of learning to live life outside the boundaries of race life, Colby Raha stumbled. But he got back up, dusted himself off and got back on the bike. Channeling his aggression into freeriding, Colby Raha is now one of the most respected freestyle motocross riders in the world. And he’s done it all on his own terms. This is Being Colby Raha.

Slacker: Pushing limits is nothing new. That’s precisely how performance levels trend skyward. But what if we told you there was a place, deep in the deserts of Utah, where the lines of progressive sports blur while simultaneously apexing to new, unfathomable realities of what’s possible? Enter G.G.B.Y. (Gobble, Gobble, Bitches, Yeah). The informal, annual gathering at the aptly named Fruit Bowl, outside Moab, organically draws envelope-pushers of all shapes, sizes, and disciplines. Event co-founder Terry Acomb takes us through his role in the slacklining/highlining community and gives us a look at the people who make GGBY so incredible.

Skooks: Skooks is one of the top two or three fastest tidal rapids on the planet.

Doom: A story of Doom, his sweetie, and their secret weapon to find the unknown.

Photo: RambaudMax

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


  • + 8
 Tony Hawk doing handrails at 51 years old is insane!
  • + 2
 Also...slack lining? Seriously guys? Alex Honnold has how many film segments out there and you give us slack lining?

They're clipped in. There is nothing exciting about someone that doesn't know how to shower jumping around on a slack line. People painting the Golden Gate bridge get way radder every day at work without the lame attention seeking behavior.
  • - 1
 I thought that about slacklining in general too, until I watched this:

They are putting gear in horrible friable rock that is liable to tear loose if they take a swing. Awesome soundtrack and cinematography too.
  • - 5
flag freekandy (Jul 29, 2019 at 2:01) (Below Threshold)
 @not-finbar: Well that's a good point that they're putting dynamic force on their points of connection. But, they don't have to choose horrible friable rock. And they're still just bouncing around on slack lines being boring. So...Nope.
  • + 18
 Oh man, if only it was free, non subscription, non compulsory content eh. Relax brah.
  • + 2
 You ought to give highlining a try, before you knock it. It will change your life.
  • + 3
 @freekandy, your comment made laugh! I love poking fun at the tundra Wookiee slack liners.

Curious though, have you ever tried it. It’s not so easy even if it fits in the drum circle hacks sack stick twirling trustafarian Cat
  • + 4
 Hey free candy, you're a dick. Ya hear that? Go f*ck off.
  • + 2
 Skaters are a different breed!! You've gotta love that sport to keep doing it with the slams those guys go through, props to Hawk still styling it. I think I need a long board!
  • + 2
 **** me the hang time on those loosefestXL jumps...and now my bike is looking at me like I never take it out to do anything special
  • + 3
 Loved how he killed the clock!
  • + 3
 Upside down ollies. That takes a while to compute. .
  • + 2
 christ Tony Hawke has more kids than i've got teeth!!!
  • + 0
 watching thrasher mag skate videos makes it impossible for me to keep waiting for next season king of the f*ckin road. how much longer? how much longer?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
  • + 1
 The Mission Control vid was awesome. Very slick editing, I could watch a lot more.
  • + 1
 Dis dude doesn't need yeti or be a dentist, just radicalism.
  • + 1
 I can't believe it's been 20 YEARS since Shift. WTF.

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