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Video: Nick Schubarth Puts On A Clinic in 'Breadline'

Oct 27, 2023 at 8:06
by Specialized-Germanic  



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"Breadline" is the title of our latest video project, created during a week-long shoot. Basically, it's all about what matters most to me—and that's biking. We wanted to realize this project a year ago. But, a broken hand on day one of shooting put a halt to it. Now, I'm stoked to have finally brought it to life, thanks to Specialized and my film crew. The crew is made up of Louis Eder, Georg "Schorsch" Lindacher, and Daniel Kürten.

Thanks to all of you!


Foto Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio



DAY 1

The shoot kicked off on Sunday at the Schladming Bikepark in Austria. We hit the bike park with the crew at five in the morning to catch the first rays of sunlight. The team vibes were awesome from the get-go and everyone was super pumped. By the end of day one, we already had some killer clips in the bag.


Foto Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio
Foto Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio


Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio



DAY 2

On the second day, we kicked off super early again, aiming to have the bike park all to ourselves. We captured the next sections on film and burgers were on the menu for everyone at lunch. Come evening, we nailed the Indian Air Seat Grab shot in the deserted bike park. We were all insanely stoked. Luckily, the weather was on our side, allowing us to wrap up filming all the tricks.



Foto Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio
Foto Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio



Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio
DAY 3
We hit the snooze button on the third and final day at the bike park, starting a bit later. The day was all about tackling faster racing sections. Despite the rain, which you can see in the picture, we kept filming. With the big bike part of the video in the bag, we packed up, ready to switch locations the next day.



DAY 4

On Wednesday morning, we hit the road to Innsbruck. The plan was to shoot the dirt jump parts of the video at the RIPTrails trail spot. After a three-hour drive, we arrived around noon. The local riders were ready and waiting, and we ripped up an epic session together. A massive shout-out to everyone! As the evening fell, we headed to Rosenheim to film the remaining dirt scenes.


Photo Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio
Photo Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio



Photo Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio
Foto Georg Lindacher Kleinmond.Studio
DAY 5
We hit the ground running at Dirtpark Neubeuern on Thursday, blessed with perfect weather. We had a few sessions lined up, but the weather outlook for the following days was far from promising. We all knew that this Thursday session was our only chance to nail the final dirt part. As it was my first time at this spot, I eased into it with some basic tricks and lines. But I quickly fell in love with the spot, so we didn't waste any time and started filming. I had to pull off all the tricks I had planned for the video in this one session. So, we tackled each trick one by one and the satisfaction was immense when, after a long day, we had all the tricks captured and the dirt part was ready. We filmed until it got dark and enjoyed the feeling of having accomplished everything over a cold beer. The whole crew was beyond thrilled!
Photo Georg Lindacher Video Louis Eder Kleinmond.Studio



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8 Comments
  • 4 0
 Damn, such a good edit, 11/10 just wow
  • 1 0
 Would it be that painful to put a track credit??? The second one was pretty fire!
  • 2 0
 Shazam dude - Brandon Nembhard "Halo 3"
  • 1 0
 @RadBartTaylor: Eyyyy, thanks man.
  • 1 0
 A seat superman seat grab would’ve really suited that cape. Mad steez
  • 1 0
 Proper all around riding. Loved it.
  • 1 1
 needs 20% more slow motion sequences
  • 2 0
 Then we could put YouTube on 4x and not miss anything







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