Earlier this season Sombrio launched #LUXURYOFDIRT, a campaign showcasing our passion for life on two wheels. Today, we released episode 3 of the Luxury Of Dirt Series highlighting Sombiro Cartel athlete and professional Freerider, Katie Holden.
For Katie, it's all about exploring the globe, waking up in a new town and watching the sun rise for the first time. It's about making new friends, and finding new zones to ride.
Watch the rest of the #LUXURYOFDIRT
If you want to be taken seriously, then ride and film seriously. This was more like a commercial for a Lifetime movie.
Less yappin, more brappin' Berrecloth!
Oh wait. He gets a pass, right? Because hes a guy?
Must it also be said that the bit of riding she did is probably way beyond what most of the guys watching it would do?
Stay appreciative of the periphery Holden - there are plenty that aren’t.
1. music too chill/music too hard/music not music
2. riding not shredding enough/rider didn't actually risk his or her life/I could do that even though I can't
3. filmmakers artistic vision is stupid/people actually paying for it vision is stupid/can't believe that a bike company would want their brand featured in a video they paid for of a rider they sponsor
4. style of riding is different than mine, so it sucks/style of film is different than I prefer, so it sucks/anything that's different than what I prefer sucks
5. grumble/whine/complaint of choice to generally elevate my experience at the expense of others'
FWIW, I enjoy the range of videos that are on here. I appreciate that people take the time to share whatever part of their biking passion they do, at whatever skill they do. And I like seeing all these different angles into riding. While I certainly enjoy some videos more than others, I'm not sure I understand too deeply the need to shit on other people's work that we're getting for free. OK, not for free, we DO have to look at ads and even a manufacturer's logo, though if you've already wasted a couple minutes of your life watching something you didn't enjoy, why prolong the pain by writing a comment...
like your video very much ,good rider you r.
It’s a pleasure to meet you here! My name is Jack and I served as the agent and guide for two great movies; “Where the Trail Ends”, and “MTB Heroes”, both shot at Flaming Mountain(Gobi). Flaming Mountain is an undisputedly ideal territory for mountain biking; the view dazzlingly beautiful. Some say the vistas cause one to conjure up images of Mars. With intense natural slopes of soft sand which can only be experienced when your wheels make contact with the earth. It is these incredible scenes which unfold in the movies.
Below are some links to MTB DH spots in Xinjiang, China:
2,Great Valley at Kuqa Xinjiang
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