Thomas Vanderham

Sterling Lorence At Work

Snapshot from Freehub Mag

Sterling Lorence talks about his work and then gets down to business shooting with Thomas Vanderham on Boogie Nights…

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Hunter and Vanderham traverse the Highlands

Wool and Goretex

“That is the north atlantic sea…she has a cold, damp, hard bite….that will make you believe in the Loch Ness Monster again…”

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Toyota Dream Ride: Revelstoke

Road Trip of a Lifetime

Three days riding some of BC’s best trails with your buddies and Vanderham and your own Tacoma to drive? We’d call that a Dream Ride.

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Ryders Signs Thomas Vanderham

And Launch the Tallcan Goggle while they're at it

The partnership is a perfect match—they both established themselves on the North Shore when mountain biking was young and evolving.

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Ride To The Hills

In Glorious 240p

This likely won’t last long because of music licensing issues – so you should give it a look while you can…

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Running Ridges with Vanderham and Hunter

No Room for Error

Leavenworth gives up the goods for the godfathers of freeride…

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Vanderham at Coast Gravity Park

Thomas and the Coastal Crew

Join Thomas on a trip to the Coast Gravity Park to ride with Dylan Dunkerton and the Coastal Crew…

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Brown Pow Falling From the Sky

Dirt Blizzard Seg From UnReal

Forecast calls for a Dirt Blizzard from UnReal Movie – and Vanderham, Ian Morrison and Finn Iles are getting the freshies…

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2016 Rocky Mountain Maiden

Words - Tim Coleman

It’s been a long time coming but Rocky seems to have made good use of the lengthy development cycle for the Maiden…

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This Teaser is (actually) unReal!

Teaser of the Decade?

Is the movie we’ve been waiting for? A full length mountain bike movie worth getting excited about?

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At the Office with Thomas Vanderham and Sterling Lorence

Mining For Nugs

Thomas and Sterl have been shooting together since Thomas was 15. Matt Dennison captures the story…

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Exclusive: Thomas Vanderham’s Rocky Mountain Prototype

A Flatline Replacement?

A radical departure from the current Flatline, but will it stay this way?

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