Weekend Warmup #150
End of the Season | Vinny T
End of the Bikepark season at Morgins and Les Crosets. Good fun in the mud with friends. See you next year for more Bikepark laps!
Property Lines with Bas Van Steenbergen I Race Face
For a world traveller like two-time King of Crankworx winner Bas Van Steenbergen, home can often feel like a daydream. Spending up to 4 months on the road a year, one can find themselves dreaming up the perfect house, the ultimate abode. However, if you're anything like Bas, your perfect property might have a bit more of a jump line in it. Take a ride with Bas and Calvin as they realize the perfect driveway-training ground in Property Lines.
Paha Sapa The Skier's Journey | Treasured Heights
Follow Lakota skier Connor Ryan across his homeland in search of backcountry ski potential, and discover the Black Hills ski community of South Dakota, set to the soundtrack of regional musician Supaman.
This is the first ever film on backcountry skiing in the Black Hills (aka Paha Sapa) of South Dakota and buttes of Nebraska. This film is part of the Skiing States Series by Mike Whelan. Learn about Natives Outdoors with Len Necefer and discover the beauty of the plains and little-known parks and national forests. This film is "Skiing States South Dakota and Nebraska" or Episode 5 in the Skiing States Series.
Hear from Black Hills backcountry founders Kevin Forrester and Brent Kertzman who explored the national forest and state forests with early tele and alpine gear. See beautiful footage of nationally unknown parks and landscapes as well as familiar areas like the Mount Rushmore area. This fast-moving journey gives a sample of skiing in the plains and catches a primo powder day in the Black Hills with Brent.
Solitary | Peter Kaiser
direction, riding, filming, editing, colors, sound by Peter Kaiser
supported by Chromag Bikes
last clip by Leon Thiele
Why? | Mondraker Bikes
Why climb to the top of a volcano?
The Secret Life of Trees | Patagonia
Patagonia Films presents Treeline: A Story Written in Rings, available in full for the first time. Follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists and healers to the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia and the bristlecones of Nevada, as they explore an ancient story written in rings.
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