Behind the scenes is somewhere everyone wants to go sometime in their life. You get to see the production side of things, how they got that angle, why that shot looks so good, or even how they made that jump. More and more film companies are coming up with unique ways of expressing this "forbidden area", and Behind the Scenes videos are one of the best ways.
Freeride Entertainment has released a Behind the Scenes clip with Cam McCaul on New World Disorder 10,Click here to take a look at the video...
Cam McCaul has always had unique sections in videos, starting with the Aptos jumps, moving to creek gaps, and now to the desert. Its awesome to see these professional riders riding in more versatile area's, as it shows the fact they are able to ride other area's, and still be unique with their jump building, and trick choice. Cam McCaul's latest clip shows him using a self powered wheel barrow and shovel, but having some issues trying to get it to work. Cam gets it figured out, then builds a rad step up jump in the desert.
After a couple bails trying to get it dialed in, you dont actually get to see the hit he was after, but im sure its going to be awesome. At the end you see Cam say "thats a ton of air time", so how much airtime is this compared to the gully gap in NWD 8? Or the Creek gap in NWD 9? It will be interesting to see how this gap compares to these other 2 monsters from the past.
Stuck the line
New World Disorder 10 is shaping up to be an awesome video from these first couple clips we have got to see. This is clip number two to surface from the New World Disorder 10 film Dust and Bones, so stay tuned for more in the future from Freeride Entertainment
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