Video: Behind The Scenes With Sam Pilgrim & Pinkbike

Aug 9, 2018
by Pinkbike Originals  

After 5 days and nights of filming, Scott Secco and Pinkbike were able to produce 'Day & Night with Sam Pilgrim'. This is the story of how it came to be.

Film by Scott Secco
Presented by Swatch




The face of someone who realises it s day 1 of 5.
  The face of someone who realises it's day 1 of 5.

Any other alternatives available Sam sneaks in one of his catchphrases...
  Any other alternatives available? Sam sneaks in one of his catchphrases...

Not his usual scene but Sam is such a hard worker and never complains. Never.
  Not his usual scene, but Sam is such a hard worker and never complains. Never.

Timing the roll movement with Sam s backflip was no easy task but Scott nailed it in only a few takes.
  Timing the roll movement with Sam's backflip was no easy task, but Scott nailed it in only a few takes.

The ranch was such a good set up for this. Huge thanks to the Kamloops crew that allowed us to go film.
  The ranch was such a good set up for this. Huge thanks to the Kamloops crew that allowed us to go film.

Checking to see if the nugs were gold.
  Checking to see if the nugs were gold.

The lighting looked so cool the moment you turned on the generators. The pain of setting everything up immediately disappears when you get the finished product.
  The lighting looked so cool the moment you turned on the generators. The pain of setting everything up immediately disappears when you get the finished product.

Spinning 3 s at 3am for the third time.
  Spinning 3's at 3am for the third time.

The finish line is almost in sight.
  The finish line is almost in sight.

Lighting was pretty hard as you are not only lighting for the shot but also so that Sam can actually ride it.
  Lighting was pretty hard as you are not only lighting for the shot, but also so that Sam can actually ride it.

Trying to ride at 2am is pretty tricky. Especially when you ve been riding all day as well...for the 3 days straight.
  Trying to ride at 2am is pretty tricky. Especially when you've been riding all day as well...for the 3 days straight.


MENTIONS: @pinkbikeoriginals @scottsecco




14 Comments

  • + 14
 "Going to keep it simple and so will just flip and 360". Yeah, me too. yeah. Definitely simple. Just going to grab my bike. {Runs away}
  • + 9
 If you’re flipping jumps and 360ing drops in the dark you can wear the gogs where you want mate
  • + 3
 I think this is probably the best answer you can give!
  • + 3
 Love those kinds of behinds the scenes ! You have the opportunity to see what actually goes behind those kind of video projects !

Just a question though, I have seen nothing about the sound recording part .. How about that ? As we usually learn the hard way that sound is key haha
  • + 0
 due to the noises of the drones and generators recording sound was probably a bit of a write off so they probably would of recorded foley and added it all in post
  • + 4
 Keith White Audio did the sound. Check out his instagram to see what else he does and you'll be pretty impressed: www.instagram.com/keithwhiteaudio
  • + 2
 Wow, that is what it takes to be a professional. I feel videos are inclusive, like myself, I don't care whether I share my experiences with others, but when you see something like these videos, you feel part of a community. Also, a proud community, that says, "this isht is hard as balls, and we're doing it!!!"
  • + 4
 Scott Secco, what an attractive and talented unit
  • + 1
 @Waldon83 hahahahahaa I'm glad that was your main takeaway from this.
  • + 1
 Let’s not beat around the bush. We both know I’ve just stated two facts with all evidence apparent in this ‘making of’ video.
Keep producing the goods you gadget type of operator
  • + 2
 It is good to see an edit with achievable riding. I don't know what a Mony is, but usually my mates and I have a few tins of VB when sending.
  • + 2
 It's Crack A Monny Oclock!
  • + 1
 niice, look forward to the final edit
  • + 4
 Already out bud scroll down on homepage

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