Movies For Your Monday

Nov 18, 2019
by Scott Secco  
The Rounds: From mountainside trails to the town dirt jumps, Dylan Siggers and friends got a healthy dose of loose growing up riding in Fernie, BC - a place that has a truly unique mountain bike scene. The guys head out to make the rounds on the local trails.

Views: 12,040    Faves: 257    Comments: 16



Matt Bolton - 2019 GoPro Highlights: Sending it.

Views: 10,591    Faves: 123    Comments: 20



Fall Calling: Autumn is probably the best season of the year to ride, especially within the Vosges. The region offers a huge playground with a multitude of topologies. Despite the rather wet conditions, we filmed for three days on different tracks. Rider: Charles Bousquet. Video: Paul Fisson.

Views: 5,558    Faves: 27    Comments: 2



Out Of Season II: Fall conditions are the best. Rider: Julian Clauss.

Views: 9,552    Faves: 65    Comments: 3



Emmett Hancock - Wide Open: Emmett ripping in the offseason after another busy summer of racing. Enjoy!

Views: 6,045    Faves: 38    Comments: 5



No More Excuses - Part 2: Rider: Timo Litvaj.

Views: 2,743    Faves: 10    Comments: 0



Tom Beardmore - Bear Mountain: Tom Beardmore riding at the Bear Mountain jump park. Video: Ryan Varchol.

Views: 4,396    Faves: 15    Comments: 5



The Red Bull - Ethan Nell: Welcome to the Red Bull Rampage. It's not all heavy hits and shovel slaps. Everyone knows how to enjoy the physically and mentally demanding process. Here is a short look at some behind the scenes moments, practice, and part of Ethan's finals.




GoPro - Red Bull Rampage 2019 Highlights: Massive moments from Red Bull Rampage with Brendog and friends.




Ryan Nyquist Shreds His Backyard: BMX icon Ryan Nyquist shreds his new backyard setup in Wilmington, North Carolina.




Boyd Hilder - Welcome To Federal: Video: Ben Norris.




Team Odyssey And Sunday At Woodward: Tom Dugan, Broc Raiford, Justin Spriet, Gary Young, Jake Seeley, and Alec Siemon headed to Woodward for a week of ripping ramps and plazas and chillin’ with rad campers and staff. The boys took full advantage of the world-class facilities camp has to offer and came back with five minutes of killer footage. Huge thanks to Woodward for taking such good care of us and to everybody we chilled with out there! We gotta make it back for sure…




David Gonzalez's "Spirit in Black" Part: While the sounds of Lamb of God rattle your brain, SOTY 2012 throttles down the highway of destruction. David G can’t be stopped.




Eddie Cernicky's "Welcome to Krooked" Part: This is everything you could want in a video part. Eddie’s skill set is paired with a sublime style, selecting the perfect trick for each and every spot. Throw in guest appearances from the Krooked comrades and instrumentals from the Budos band and we have ourselves a party. Enjoy…




Candide Thovex - Ski The World: Filmed on Planet Earth.




Candide Thovex Skiing The Great Wall Of China: Behind the scenes on Ski The World.




Defiance: The path of progression is paved with acts of defiance. Leanne Pelosi, Jake Blauvelt, and Victor de Le Rue take the stage in British Columbia in a showcase of shred.




Cracked Out - Chris Burkard’s Journey to Climb the Yosemite Offwidth Circuit: Unbeknownst to his millions of fans, Chris Burkard - the prolific adventure photographer and filmmaker - has a crack addiction. To make matters worse (at least for his knees and elbows), Burkard’s obsession is not your standard affair. Oh no. He’s into the darkest, gnarliest, most destructive type of crack there is… the infamous offwidth. In this film, Burkard, armed with a rope, rack and the shirt on his back, explains why climbing offwidths is the closest you’ll ever get to “making love” with the stone while facing off with Yosemite’s famed Hardman Offwidth Circuit.




How a 46-Year-Old Marathon Runner Keeps Getting Faster: In a cluttered world of boutique fitness studios and high-end gear, Guillermo Piñeda Morales reminds us that we don’t need much to be our best.




Into Water - Iceland: In the first of National Geographic’s “Into Water” 360 series, travel by air, boat and jeep through the rugged Icelandic countryside with geographer and glaciologist Dr. M Jackson. She has spent the last decade documenting the incredible physical and cultural changes of the island nation as it experiences an unprecedented melting of its iconic ice. “Into Water: Iceland” is the first stop on an around the world 360 tour that documents the work of female Explorers who’ve dedicated their careers to water related issues.




action from Revel in the Chaos

Photo: Sterling Lorence



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





45 Comments

  • 76 3
 I love that Movies for your Monday includes videos from other outdoor sports, climbing , skiing etc knowing that a lot of bikers do other activities and have a general interest in the outdoors but there's never any roadie videos Smile
  • 57 9
 How could a roadie video be interesting? Asking seriously
  • 7 4
 @crashtor: I suppose you can show beautiful scenery and document personal challenges e.g. tough climbs in an interesting way
  • 3 0
 There's a road cycling Raw100. I find it totally uninspiring, and I kind of like road cycling as well.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=np7Pg6fzTyo
  • 4 0
 @crashtor: Some of the sprint finish footage with on-bike cameras was pretty cool. Manic and sh*t scary!
  • 17 10
 @crashtor: it couldn't. There is nothing interesting or fun about road bikes.
  • 2 0
 I like their selection of activities. Freeskiing, bmx, climbing: they are all on the adrenaline fueled, dirtbag driven side of the outdoors spectrum. It helps Pinkbike keep it's spirit as it has moved into being a broader interest mountain bike site from its more gravity focused roots.
  • 9 5
 @crashtor: I find the 25 rider crashes entertaining. (Yes, I am a barbarian.) Also, there is the spectacle of two roadies having fist fights occasionally. It is like watching two stick figures duke it out. You just know neither could land a blow that would hurt a flea but the passion is bizarrely satisfying to watch.
  • 4 1
 Let’s keep it that way.
  • 4 1
 What would be more interesting would be another Field Test video.
  • 1 0
 @crashtor:
Check out Phil Gaimon on youtube, roadie vlogger, travelling the world beating KOMs

www.youtube.com/channel/UCqI9HyfLvodz7bXFCI3PU2g
  • 6 1
 There could be more cyclocross and bikepacking stuff as well.
  • 1 0
 @crashtor: Check out the movie "inspired to ride" i think it's on netflix. Road race across the united states pretty awesome.
  • 4 1
 They could do a performance drug comparison test !
  • 1 0
 @crashtor: i think that was his point
  • 1 1
 @crashtor: I highly recommend the video Tour de Pharmacy. Its got road cycling and John Cena wearing lycra.
  • 1 0
 Maybe they could start with some Friday Fails roadie clips?!
  • 18 3
 Came here for the Pole Stamina review. Disappointed :-)
  • 4 2
 Supposed to come out today. Arrgghh
  • 6 0
 We know what happened to the Stamina. I want the other reviews! Especially the one of the other bike that broke!
  • 3 0
 @tetopluz: Nice work detective
  • 9 0
 All while I was growing up all I wanted to do was tricks like Nyquist, and now I'm definitely too old for doing tricks like Nyquist and blam Nyquist.
  • 1 0
 Im not to old too do them. Im just too old to learn them. That requires alot of free time and a young elastic body that doesnt break every time it hits the ground. He's so fun to watch ride though. i love seeing him on a bmx
  • 3 0
 I was thinking this same thing. He's been one of my favorite riders for as long as I can remember and he's still at it. I've probably watched the Miracle Boy and Nyquist film dozens of times over the years.

The whole film is actually on YouTube, lots of classic stuff from him and Mira in here:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr7Fl8mqwnA
  • 6 0
 Memo is great - apply that to any sport.
  • 6 0
 the first video was great
  • 2 0
 i realized there was no need to go further
  • 5 0
 Loving the music on the Matt Bolton video, refreshing change!
  • 3 0
 Loving the hucks, drops, jumps also. (o:
  • 1 0
 Watched Defiance, and then Pulp, and then Glue. Pow slash rabbit hole FTW. Gotta watch the Nyquist vid next - that guy is awesome!

I watched a very good road [gravel] vid the other day. It followed some Pro Tour roadies on their first gravel race, the Dirty Kanza. Really well done.
  • 4 0
 Isn't Dylan Siggers also in the line skis videos?
  • 3 0
 @ConnorP15 it sure is! All season shredder.
  • 2 1
 Now that Nyquist has opted to sub in big wheel bikes to his routine, I keep thinking it will help cure the unrelenting douche factor in all things MTB. Huge task, no question.
  • 3 0
 I could watch Nyquist ride all day....how many flairs has he done...a million?Smile
  • 3 0
 Please give us some more @Tajlucas videos to remind some of the PB ass hats who it is writing their Sunday comics!
  • 2 0
 Love the Audi skiing video, having skied sand and rock piles, I can tell you that ain’t easy and you gotta go fast!
  • 2 0
 wow! after watching the first one with Dylan Siggers, i guess i was just spoiled. btw, slow mow is still the devil.
  • 2 0
 Um. Boyd Hilder, wall loop to tail whip over railing. Sickest thing I’ve seen in a whiiiiiiiile.
  • 1 0
 like the second first to much hippy hop look at bunny go ,,,,no god dame skinny there or what ,,jump jump jump ,,not else ...
  • 3 0
 Yeah Matt!!
  • 2 0
 Memo wins monday
  • 1 2
 Did Pole really shut down the field test?? Wtf
  • 1 1
 Pole claims pinkbike had a prototype version of their swingarm, which subsequently broke. And that pinkbike refused to redo the huck to flat test with a production version swingarm.. Pole claiming pinkbike is hunting for views. Im sure their lawyers are all involved now. I'm certainly no longer interested in the Pole frames. Prototype or not their production version has only 100g more reinforcement in the area that broke. It looks like a terrible design flaw putting all of the bottom out energy through such thin and long piece of aluminum.
  • 4 0
 ^^^ I read this with the voice of Morgan Freeman.

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