The adventure of a lifetime in the middle of Anatolia. Riders: Burak Uzun & Serkan Yalnız. A Project by Mudfolks.
Dirty Mike & The Boys:
Bike cleaning 101.
Silvia - Matt Miles In The Fall:
Matt hits up Rio and KBR.
Nico Vink Best of 2018 - Bonus Footage:
More of the best from Nico! Filmed by: Clay Porter, John Reynolds, Chris Seager, Thomas Sandell, Shaperideshoot, Bart Cautaerts, Jelle Harnisfeger, Thomas Di Giovanni, and Sam Needham.
Riding the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake, Nepal.
Owen Robinson Shredding:
Good Times In Coastal BC:
Just a little footy with the boys. Summer '18.
Forbidden Druid - Cumberland Winter:
Forbidden Druid - 130mm, 29er, high pivot trail bike coming April 2019.
Rey-Rey Rips Switzerland:
Lama's very own Lucas Rey-Sierro shredding Switzerlands Montana Bike Park. Video: Arnaud Sierro.
Can't Go Home:
There's nothing left for you there. Go out. Find yourself elsewhere. Filmed in L.A., Moab, SLC, Seattle, Edmonton, and parts of Arizona. I had a blast putting this together over the last two seasons, definitely some of the best road trips and riding of my life.
Aesthetics with Luke Peeters & Ryan Lloyd:
Luke Peeters is adventuring around New Zealand, and has made a base close to the epic Gorge Road trails. Ryan Lloyd flew over to meet up with him from Oz and Jack Birtles was on hand to capture their effortless flow on some of the most well groomed trails in the world.
Birdhouse's "Beautiful Mutants" Team Montage:
A blistering team montage accompanied by a Beastie Boys track and the introduction of Ed Duff to the House of Birds. Does the Birdman have footy? You bet your ass!
Out There - Kader Sylla:
He’s Baker’s newest pro, but Kader Sylla is still a 16-year-old kid - addicted to videos games, learning new tricks and messin' with people. Take a peek into Kader’s world. Sometimes you cry.
Rough Cut - Austyn Gillette's "HUF 002" Part:
There’s a crispness to Austyn’s skating that separates him from the pack. Everything just snaps off the ground with prodigious power.
The Fifty - Ep. 3. Terminal Cancer:
Out in the rugged dusty wild of Nevada, lies an infamously aesthetic couloir named Terminal Cancer. While skied very very often, the crew takes on the attempt to fulfill a quest for "First Descents." The sarcasm runs deeper than the bootpack and the humour longer than the chute itself. Skiing is meant to be fun, so why so serious all the time Reinhold?
Pro snowboarder Victor de Le Rue tests the limits of what is possible and challenges himself against unforgiving, ice-covered slopes in Chamonix, France.
Ice & Palms:
The documentary follows skiers Jochen Mesle and Max Kroneck on their most ambitious ski tour yet. A 100% self powered adventure from southern Germany all the way to the mediterranean sea. The two friends have traveled the world for many mountainous adventures, but while skiing in distant locations this idea grew in their minds: a ski expedition that starts right on their own doorsteps. Six weeks, 1.800 km, 35.000 vertical meters and a dream come true. After pedaling and skiing through Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and France, they reached the beach in Nice in early June 2018.
Adam Ondra - The Balkans Road Trip:
From establishing a beautiful 9a+ in Bosnia during the Drill and Chill festival to a first go attempt at Croatia’s formidable 8c multi-pitch Spomin, BD Athlete Adam Ondra’s recent road trip through the Balkans of Southeastern Europe was, by all accounts, historic. Leaving a trail of hard first ascents and futuristic projects in his wake, Ondra not only developed new routes in each country but also forged lasting friendships with a global community - a community forever connected by one thing: passion for climbing.
In 2015, Caroline Ciavaldini set herself the ambitious project of free climbing the Voie Petit, a 450m granite route graded 8b on the Grand Capucin on Mont Blanc du Tacul, Chamonix. Established by Arnaud Petit in 1997, and first free-climbed by Alex Huber in 2005, the route is protected by a mixture of trad gear, bolts and pegs.
Odd Man Out:
Camille Egdorf grew up on her parents’ remote fishing camps in the Alaskan backcountry, started casting lines when she was just four years old, and has been dominating the outdoor community ever since. She’s traveled the world over as an angler and guide - from the Seychelles to Kamchatka, she’s landed some legendary catches and racked up some unbelievable stories. Camille undeniably pushes the limits of what we expect out of a contemporary angler. She’s as smart as she is strong, friendly as she is fierce on the water.
Photo: Jacob Gibbins
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