Max McCulloch - Winter is Tough on Vancouver Island: Winter is tough on Vancouver Island... not! T-shirt weather, tacky trails, and good times. The entire video was filmed over one weekend at Harbourview and Bear Mountain.
Weird & Revered: The Lost "Far North" Tapes: Back in 2016 I decided that rather than attending my University graduation, I should road trip up to Alaska. It seemed like an appropriate way to celebrate my freedom from studying. This is a video documenting my travels atop two wheels in The Far North.
Joe Nation #sundaysizzle. We teamed up with Joseph Nation on his new Specialized Bicycles Enduro for a #sundaysizzle down a slightly greasy Shredzilla track at Christchurch Adventure Park. In true Sunday fashion, crack a beer, click HD, and enjoy!
La Poma Bike Park - Game of Bike: Watch the boys battle it out in a game of B-I-K-E at the famous La Poma Bike Park in Barcelona, Spain. Who took the win, and who ended up taking a dip in the ocean? Watch, and find out!
Simple Sessions 2018: Director: Dmitri Shushuyev.
Calvin Kosovich 'Ain't No Love' in L.A. "Downtown Los Angeles is one of the most documented cites in the world, and easily one of the most hectic when it comes to filming. I've always wanted to shoot a film that really captures the vibe and feel of this fast paced city, so I hit up Calvin Kosovich for a cruise and this is what we came up with! Hope you enjoy - Christian Rigal"
It's a Woman's World - Angie Marino & Perris Benegas: BMX is for for everyone that wants it. Don't matter what you ride. We're especially proud to add these two badass girls to the CultCrew Family. Here's a weekend of shredding in the SoCal area from Angie Marino and Perris Benegas.
Classics: Rodney Mullen - Virtual Reality: Plan B followed up "Questionable" by making yet another of the best skate vids ever.
Classics: Chad Muska - Fulfill the Dream: Muska had some ads and interviews, but it was only after this 1998 Shorty's part that a star was born and a legend was made.
Shots From Above: As much we admire the explorers traveling to the ends of the Earth on large scale Expeditons it’s the everyday man (or women) exploring their own backyard that often inspire the most. Guys like Chris Dahl-Bredine, who built an experimental aircraft in his garage in order to bring a new perspective to his life & creative vision. There isn’t much glamour in this type of exploration. No sponsors footing the bill. Just hard work, cold mornings & sometimes a bit of duct tape. Part cowboy, part photographer, part mechanic, Chris' work blends a blue collar work ethic with a special eye for landscapes and the interconnectedness of it all.
Cold: Over the past 26 years, 16 expeditions have tried and failed to climb one of Pakistan's 8,000 meter peaks in winter. In February 2011, Simone Moro, Denis Urubko, and Corey Richards became the first to achieve this alpine dream by summiting Gasherbrum II, surviving -50 degree temperatures and a massive avalanche. Richards captured both the glory and the pain of their adventure in this raw and moving, first-person look at modern super-alpinism.
Seeking Nirvana 3.1 - The Lost Craftsmen: A journey into Japan's rich maker culture and legendary powdery winter. A look at the past, present and future of craftsmanship intertwined with the search for carving the perfect turn.
The Long Way: Sam Schultz has driven south every winter for the past 11 years, leaving Montana's snow-covered landscape behind in exchange for Arizona's dry Sonora Desert. His road trip has always had an end game; to clear his head, build some perspective, and get back on the bike. He'll be the first one to tell you he loves a good road trip, and that the best ones are filled with deviations, stops, and adventures along the way.