Photos by Liam Mullany, David Peacock, Harrison Mendel & John Wellburn
The full movie is available now on Vimeo On Demand
, and we sincerely hope you'll check it out, but in the meantime, here are a bunch of behind the scenes and action photos we managed to grab while we were shooting the film.
This project came about as an opportunity for us to finally create some long-form MTB content. We have worked with a ton of athletes on a variety of short and long projects all over the globe, but never taken the initiative to produce something to call our own. Last spring, we decided it was time to just make it happen and head out into the woods of B.C. We had little to no idea of what to expect, some shady Google Earth images of a place we'd never been to, and a schedule that was loose to say the least. Inspired by film series from other arenas, this film is a cinematic documentation of what we saw along the banks of the Fraser and the steep, rocky hillsides of Northern BC's Sibola Range. It is unapologetically not a bike porn film, it's a documentary, meant to show the natural scenes that happen on a trip. Hopefully you enjoy these snaps and the film as much as we enjoyed making them happen. If you like it, maybe we'll make a few of these things. ...and boosting a table into the shrubbery. Everyone likes to ride different kinds of terrain, James (right) likes to find the fastest route to the bottom. Shred, scope, repeat. Cameras and the alpine, a match made in heaven.
Alright, so what are you waiting for? Check out the film, and then go ride your bike and explore your backyard, you never know what you might find! You can find it here on Vimeo On Demand
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