Every so often, a video is released that truly captures the fine line between the smooth flow and the chaos that is mountain biking. German freerider Anton Wünscher teamed up with filmmaker Anjuna Hartmann to create this incredibly unique and absolutely stunning edit. Creative cinematography, fresh editing, and some super stylish riding make this a must watch.
As the Whistler bike park opened on May 18th, the crowds came, they saw, and they shredded. No trail was left untouched as riders quelled their excitement for slinging dirt. A-line—the bike park’s most infamous trail—was naturally high on everyone’s list. RELATED: Lift-access mountain biking starts in Whistler this Friday Sculpted meticulously, these jumps and berms are designed with one intention in mind: Perfect flow. If you weren't one of lucky few to participate in the fun, don't fret.
Through his work as a director and cinematographer, Max Berkowitz’s worldly travels have been fueled by his passion for mountain biking. From bikepacking the untamed Purcells to escaping winter’s chill in the Utah desert—his portfolio is both diverse and visually stunning. He just dropped his latest demo reel which compiles some of his finest cinematic moments to savor. Enjoy but be warned—you’ll be frothing for your bike before it’s over.
Deviating from the stereotypical shredit, Ollie Jones decided to get a bit esoteric with his latest film piece. Aptly named “The Two-Wheeled Trip” Jones complies and experiments with his finest clips ranging from motocross to mountain biking. The best advice we have is to embrace the wild ride—which seeks to capture that elusive but tantalizing feeling we get on all things two-wheeled.