Video: Watch Anthill's Movie of the Week - Follow Me

May 22, 2020
by Anthill Films  
kurt sorge and matt hunter in follow me

Watch Now for Free: Follow Me by Anthill Films

We all ride alone now and then, but it’s always more fun (in our humble opinion) to ride with friends. This simple, overarching concept led to the creation of Follow Me, Anthill’s first feature film way back in 2010. After three successful films as the Collective, the crew wanted to break out of that mold and try something different. And while things may have changed a bit over the last 10 years (narrow bars anyone?), the mission and motivation behind Anthill’s movies still remain the same: get stoked, get outside and ride! Hopefully revisiting some of the classic scenes from Follow Me will still have the desired effect. Enjoy the film!

Click to watch Follow Me for Free right now until 9pm PST on May 24:

This free online screening of Follow Me is part of Anthill’s Movie of the Week series. Working with our friends at Shimano, Trek and the action sports streaming service Echoboom, we will be bringing you each of Anthill’s movies from the past 10 years for free, almost anywhere in the world, every week. Stay tuned to find out what movie will be coming out next week.

geoff gulevich airing a quater pipe hip near kamloops bc

darcy wittenburg filming follow me


  • 21 0
 Ah man.. Stevie and Gee's New Zealand section, with that Killaflaw soundtrack, is my favourite Anthill production of all.
Good Times. Salute
  • 2 0
 Agree totally! So awesome!
  • 1 0
 @timnoyce: my favorite clip of the movie.
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  • 5 0
 Brad's Yard segment still one of the best of all time...Aggy and Sorge defined the next 10 years of freeride with those epic.

Anthill changed the scene (and my life) forever. Cheers boys!
  • 1 0
 Right? Definitely ahead of their time. Such crazy steep lips and built so artfully.
  • 4 0
 For me, one of the masterpieces among MTB films : Aesthetic, efficient, great sound track, pure freeride spirit.
Some stars and all cool riders, it is pretty difficult to find a segment.
If you don't have watched this film, the trailer should motivate you.
  • 2 0
 Miss the days of mountain biking progression coming to us in the form of full length movies. More competitive events nowadays is great, but it has pulled athletes away from making movies like this and has decreased the level of progression in the movies when they are part of them.
  • 2 0
 This was my first ever mtb movie and it's still my favourite one. Brandon Semenuk doing that inverted table top 360 is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen.
  • 1 0
 Mine too, and it's still the go to film before going riding in the rain, a big motivator to get out on the trails!
  • 2 0
 The best and I mean THE BEST MTB MOVIE EVER CREATED!! Along side NWD 10! Name a better movie, I’ll wait..
  • 4 0
 I’m a big fan of the Clay Porter films like F1rst and Between The Tape.
Also love Gamble!

Will say I’ve seen Follow Me like 500 times and it’s still just as great every single time
  • 2 0
 These two defined mountain biking for me.
  • 4 0
 Roam and Seasons. I like how much Follow Me is keeping The Collective spirit. I'll easily add Where The Trail Ends to the mix. Saying this, Steve and Gee' New Zealand segment is probabbly the best bike movie segment ever filmed. I'll add Rene Wildhaber's segment from the swiss movie Virtuous as another one that touches me like that.
  • 3 0
 "Stevie is... a hack..." still LOL after all these years. RIP
  • 2 0
 This and ride to the hills is my fav mtb movie ever
  • 2 0
 What a throwback. Still have every song in this film saved to my Spotify.
  • 1 0
 Wow! That was really good! Those guys must be pro or something...
  • 1 0
 that last hit in the first section by Matt Hunter still blows my mind...
  • 1 0
 kamloops seg still an all time favourite.
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 This film was probably the most fun you could have on 26" wheels. Love it!
  • 1 0
 One of my favourites.
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 Seen it.

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