Top Mountain Bike Films of the Week
Top MTB Films of the Week
We’ve been digging some great mountain bike films and videos this week! Enjoy this collection of our favorites we’ve watched this past week. Grab the popcorn and put the phone on silent!
Available on Netflix, ACCOMPLICE takes you to mind blowing locations across the globe with the world’s top riders. But beyond that, the latest film celebrates how the bicycle is more than just a mode of transportation; it’s a vehicle for the human spirit.
We’ve been following along with MTB slopestyle star @Matt Jones who is no stranger to world firsts. Follow him on his journey to land three never-before-seen tricks and watch as the tricks go from his imagination to reality.
This is a must-watch that is full of fun times and laughter. Brendan Fairclough is up to his usual wild ideas around his property, but this time things go a bit wonky. WARNING: Do not try at home but make sure to give this a view.
Cam Zink and the crew have the ultimate mountain bike playground. He has been working his entire life on perfecting his personal “Sandbox.” In this film, we get to see the 169-acre property in full HD, including the world’s tallest MTB jump where Cam lands his Guinness World Record backflip: “I can’t believe what we’ve been able to create, and this is just the beginning…” But don’t take Cam’s word for it, better click and see for yourself.
This is a great sit down interview on Emil Johansson’s new grips from Sensus. It is short and sweet, but there are some words of inspiration along with a great perspective from one of the top slopestyle riders in the world.
Sma Pilgram takes on Riding his very own DIY snow bike. He built a snow bike and went for a test ride in snow covered England. Watch sam as he goes full speed, hits a kicker ramp and even some urban MTB freeride, would you ride this?
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