Movies For Your Monday

Oct 1, 2017 at 17:42
by Scott Secco  
The Moment - The Birth Of Freeride - Official Trailer: A film about the birth of freeride mountain biking. Featuring: Brett Tippie, Richie Schley, Wade Simmons, Chris Lawrence, Dave Swetland, Andrew Shandro, Dangerous Dan, Todd "The Digger" Fiander, Christian Begin, Bjorn Enga, and more! PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR KICKSTARTER!

Views: 11,282    Faves: 71    Comments: 10



The Bulldog and The Pups: Brook Macdonald leads some of the groms from the Spawn Cycles team on laps at Coast Gravity Park.

Views: 18,640    Faves: 102    Comments: 11



Max McCulloch - Classic V2: Max shredding some of his local trails and hucking some very questionable doubles and triples. Thanks to the builders.

Views: 16,752    Faves: 81    Comments: 5



Remy Metailler - Kamloops Bike Ranch: Maybe the best line I have ever ridden. Props to the builder and community.

Views: 8,177    Faves: 78    Comments: 8



11-Year-Old Ryan Griffith Shreds Whistler: Ryan Griffith became the youngest person to send Crabapple Hits at the young age of 10. Now at 11, he's hitting them with style.

Views: 5,190    Faves: 15    Comments: 7



Austrian Airtime: Riding jumps with friends is always a good time.

Views: 3,702    Faves: 32    Comments: 4



Lil Nik’s Offseason - Episode I: After a hectic race season local SoCal ripper, Nikolas Nestoroff, cruises his hometown trails.

Views: 3,940    Faves: 19    Comments: 3



Ben Chandler - Start Of Something: Video: Tom Forsey Films.

Views: 3,226    Faves: 6    Comments: 10



NZDH Rotorua - Big Bike Mobbin' Featuring a host of local and international level talent, including Keegan Wright, Brook Mac, and Matt Walker.

Views: 2,549    Faves: 7    Comments: 0



Amir Kabbani - Raw 60 - My Slope: A little video project realized with the help of Nico Gilles, Christian Weinmann, and myself. Turn up the volume, lean back, and enjoy the sounds of bikes.




US Open of Mountain Biking 2017: The US Open of Mountain Biking 2017 at Mountain Creek Bike Park in Vernon. Congratulations to Neko Mulally on taking the win!




Unfiltered 1 - CPH feat. Anthony Perrin and Kilian Roth: Anthony Perrin and Kilian Roth exploring Copenhagen, Denmark during some challenging weather days in August. A video series that highlights the raw side of a BMX trip. The struggle, achievements, noise, peace, challenges, injuries, languages, architectures, cultures, weather, food, people, traffic, travel and jet lag.




Sean Ricany - Cultcrew 2017: Ricany getting tech.




Live Free or Die - Trailer: A Stew Johnson production featuring Clint, Matty, Nutter and Co. is currently underway.




Dylan Siggers - 2017: 2017 shots from the upcoming series by The Burrrlapz, ''Vibes and Stuff.''




Sean Pettit - 2017: Pettit had one heck of a winter.




Being - Vicki Golden: Since her debut in Moto X Best Whip at X Games Los Angeles 2013, Vicki Golden has been steadily breaking barriers throughout the motocross world. "World of X Games" takes an inside look at Golden's rise through the ranks in "Being."




Being - Rodney Mullen: Take a look inside the most inventive mind in skateboarding, and how overcoming fear and doubt shaped him into becoming one of the most well known innovators and thinkers in the world today.




Epicly Later'd - Heath Kirchart: A true skate legend.




Skidsville: There's a reason we all love bikes. Because bikes are awesome.




Into the mouth of the ice cave. Photo Robb Thompson

Title Photo by: Robb Thompson



To check out videos submitted by fellow Pinkbike members that didn't quite make Movie Mondays here.


22 Comments

  • + 38
 Is there any trick cooler than a backflip to manual? So much skill and style...
  • + 6
 59s of Style! Nice Amir!
  • + 1
 @slimboyjim no their isnt
  • + 15
 Omg that thumbnail pic!
  • + 5
 I was looking for a video of that.
  • + 13
 Thank all things great and good for Rodney Mullen !
  • + 8
 I can tell my mind is transitioning more towards ski season when I'm on Movies For Your Monday and first watch Pettit's and Siggers' video parts... Sean's cork 7 at :55 is insane. Thanks Secco for throwing those up here.
  • + 3
 Dunno how I feel about seeing "Live free..." posted here.

On the one hand, it's great exposure for Clint and the boys. Yet, the weekly collection of downhill turning and skidding vids lack something that S&M has always pushed: enjoyment and style over flash. For all the technical improvements seen on the big wheel side, the videos are far too serious, and lack a sense of community.

I guess showing "Live free.." is another example of why few "grow out of BMX"

So, thanks for posting; hopefully it provides a positive influence.
  • + 6
 Ever heard of 50to01? Also wearing helmets would provide an even better influence.
  • + 0
 @colincolin: I'm with you on the helmets thing! See comment above.
  • + 1
 @MacRamsay: I'm curious where your helmet concern originated.

For me, sure I can understand the need having spent too many years on the ground/concrete/skatelite/dirt when shit went South. Most times I was wearing a basic skate helmet; with Vert something more Motocross esque. Yet and still, I have no problem with dudes who choose not to wear anything and still blasted everything in sight.

What I've seen out of the big wheel crowd is "brah, I'm turning and skidding down a path near some trees, and I'm covered head to toe, so they DEFINITELY need to be too..."

Called me crazy, but I'm thinking this is a matter of personal choice.

If you go full gladiator for lap around a pump track and the Credence bros go full-Southern California hippy to destroy Posh or a 30 ft set of doubles, ain't no thing. My original point was S&M and the brands associated push the envelope of fun - shirt shoes helmet optional.
  • + 1
 @jjwillTOmaui: It's mostly to do with the impression it gives kids.

It's fair game if bros wanna risk their life/livelyhood on their own terms, but if they are the cool dudes in videos, then the kids are gonna want to follow. I work with kids on bikes, professionally and socially, and cannot take responsibility for a minor if they are not reasonably protected. But I meet so many kids that ride without a helmet because it's not cool.

Yeah, I think comparing BMX to S&M, as well as saying basic bike riding safety is 'personal choice' is a bit, eh, crazy, yeah!!

Would you let your kid go riding without a helmet? Or would you be happy knowing that he/she left with a helmet on, but took it off and hid it because it wasn't cool to wear?
  • + 2
 I'm sick of seeing BMXers doing rad stuff with no helmets. If it were MTBers doing that, they'd be called out all day long. Could we put an end to this and stop promoting BMXers who don't wear helmets? I think we've had enough brain damage and long term disability from this type of activity. Somebody get on it, please.
  • - 1
 Helmets do help prevent brain injuries, no arguing there (except Protec helmets, which most BMXers wear, they are not exactly good...)

However BMX is a very different sport to mountain biking. Its much lower speed, infinitely more predictable terrain and usually, before the crash happens you know its coming and can easily bail out.

Should people who do parkour also wear helmets?
  • + 0
 @madmk4: Understand the difference of terrain and speed etc, but it only takes a split second and there's no way to bail as your head has already made contact with the ground. Even though the terrain may be more predictable, it's also usually harder/sharper too!

There are far too many regular incidents of head trauma from bmx/skate.

I think there's a difference with Parkour, as they're not using a vehicle or wheels - removing yourself from a situation where you are depending on wheels (bike, skate, scoot etc) means that you have to bail from a more dynamic situation, rather than just your own body the whole time.

What about bike trials, it's slow(er) speed and predictable - you wouldn't catch danny mac without a helmet would you?! Brands should wake up to this and insist that their supported athletes should set a safe example. It's not like it hinders the riding ability or experience.

Would you let your kid ride wheels without a helmet? One hit and you're potentially toast.
  • + 5
 "Live Free or Die - Trailer" is one of the grimiest trailers ever. Well worth watching.
  • + 4
 Soon as I saw that Rodney Mullen video I knew what I had to watch first, I’m still blown away at his skating.
  • + 1
 LOVED raw60! best soundtrack of the bunch! awesome rider too, very smooth!
  • + 1
 Rémi, not often seen f*cking around. Is he going to Rampage?
  • + 9
 Oops, *Rémy.
Just discovered this thing called Google. It told me yes.
  • + 0
 @BenPea: yes he is going to rampage. Oct. 27th

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