Joe Barnes - Greased Palms:
Joe rides a classic rut track in Fort William.
RyyS Action Reel 2018:
Here's our new Action Reel for 2018, with our favourite shots from last year. Filmed in Austria, Canada, Chile, Lebanon, France, New Zealand, and Poland. Thank you everyone, who helped us along the way, who trusted us, did some unbelievable things in front of our cameras, or just had some laughs with us!
Atomic Dog Trail with Jeff Kendall-Weed:
Atomic Dog trail on Galbraith Mountain is a south side classic! Thanks to Transition Bikes for maintaining the trail, and HUGE thanks to the WMBC for supporting all of us riders on Galby! Support the WMBC here.
Mitch Chubey - Rotorua Slopestyle Lap:
I am excited to be heading back to New Zealand this week! One of the best courses I have ever ridden, created and designed by the the late McGazza is going to be one of the many highlights this year! Looking forward to all the fun and excitement.
Reece Wallace - Shore Schlarp:
Reece Wallace for Muc Off.
We always wanted to go to Chile, this summer the oportunity showed up so we packed our bikes and headed west! Riders: Mario Saavedraa, Luiz Renato, Thiago Xavier, and Vinicius Gushiken. Thanks Bruno Salas for the hospitality and all the locals for the great time we had.
Maydena Fangin' - Baxter Maiwald:
Filmed: Flinders Johnsten. Edited: Baxter Maiwald.
Jonny Eden Around The World
: Jonny Eden riding across New Zealand and Whistler during his 2017 season.
Daniel Self - 2018:
Daniel Self, a Rotorua based Enduro racer, tearing up his favourite trails in New Zealand. Video: Josh Umbers.
Weird & Revered - Rural Ruckus:
Somewhere in the prairies of rural Alberta lies a backyard full of ramps and a revolving group of two wheeled visitors.Lonely Island Ft. Matt Hunter:
Madeira, Portugal is where the legend Matt Hunter sent it around every corner of the beautiful island on his Specialized Enduro while myself and Etienne Van Rensburg chased him for five days, shooting what we could in order to make a short film for the Madeira Film Festival. If you are a fan of mountain biking or even just mountains, Madeira is definitely a place you should consider visiting!
The Art of Adventure - Chapter 3: Joey Schusler's Time to Reflect:
Adventures are often glorified as wild missions to exotic places, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. The Colorado River and its surrounding terrain is a natural wonder not far from Joey’s house and the perfect place to escape on a solo, multi-day bike rafting trip. There’s no better way to step back from the whirlwind of daily life than by sleeping under the stars.
Ty Morrow - Éclat:
Combining his signature style, power, and burliness in one banger of a video part, it’s fair to say no one else does it quite like Ty.
Dak Roche - Leftovers:
Dak stays in the streets daily, everyday looking for something new. He stacked up some heavy clips for the DVD already but here's a taste of what didn't make it.
Swell - A Sailing Surfer's Voyage of Awakening:
Embarking on a life of freedom and exploration that most only dream about, Liz Clark set sail for the South Pacific as captain of her 40-foot sailboat, Swell. More than 12 years and 20,000 miles later, she’s still out there.
For hundreds of generations, the Gwich’in people of Alaska and northern Canada have depended on the caribou that migrate through the Arctic Refuge. With their traditional culture now threatened by oil extraction and climate change, two Gwich’in women are continuing a decades-long fight to protect their land and future. The Arctic Refuge is an important symbol of the wild, and a cornerstone of the hope and peace of mind that can only be found in connecting with nature. It is a truly special home to lands and wildlife vital for the subsistence way of life of Alaska Native communities; and it serves a vital role as a remaining link with the unspoiled natural world and a source of hope for future generations, even for those who may never set foot there. The Gwich'in people have thrived in villages along the migration path of the Porcupine Caribou Herd since time immemorial, and consider the Coastal Plain where calves are born sacred.
The Eternal Beauty Of Snowboarding:
A snowboard photographer for almost 10 years, I have been filming everything I take a picture of (and much more) for the past four years. I am now putting together a supercut style edit, taking you behind the scenes of snowboard movie making, as well as raising existential questions such as: "what are we doing here?!" In the style of a philosophy exam, the movie will try to answer the question: "Is there anything truly beautiful in what we do, and what we are - pro snowboarders?''
Nyjah Huston - Fade to Black:
Nyjah Huston's - OMFG:
What happens when you ask Nyjah if he has any footage laying around? You get 4 minutes you won't soon forget.
Nyjah Huston - 'Til Death:
Perhaps the best rail part ever.
Title Photo by: emrikjanssonphotography
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