Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

One Shot: Brandon Semenuk’s unReal Segment

Editor's Note: unReal is available for digital download on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and more and is currently on a worldwide film tour.

unReal is available now in the real world on iTunesAmazonGoogle Play, and more and is currently on a worldwide film tour. Go watch it now!

To celebrate the release of unReal on iTunes, Teton Gravity Research and Anthill are releasing one of the most acclaimed segments from the film. Widely recognized as the best slopestyle mountain biker in the world, Brandon Semenuk has become the first mountain biker to film a full segment in a single continuous shot. 

Injured at the time, Semenuk only hit the full line once.

This uninterrupted shot was filmed by the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system, the GSS C520, mounted to a truck on a custom road built next to a custom trail that took three weeks to build. 

This true cinematic achievement required perfect coordination between Semenuk, Anthill Films, and TGR to master the athleticism, planning, timing and logistics to make this one-of-a-kind segment possible. 

unReal is currently on a worldwide film tour. Click here for a list of film screenings.

Ending on the dot. Perfect.

Play
READ THE STORY
Video: Fabio Wibmer Drops Into Red Bull Playstreets Course
Up Next Bike

Video: Fabio Wibmer Drops Into Red Bull Playstreets Course

Video: Fabio Wibmer Drops Into Red Bull Playstreets Course

Austrian mountain biker Fabio Wibmer has a penchant for riding his bike places it doesn’t belong. We saw him put rubber on snow last year – dropping into a ski resort from a helicopter on his DH bike – setting a long-jump record on a bike on his way down. This year, he showed up at Red Bull Playstreets, that weird Austrian contest where they turn a tiny mountain town into a wildly creative slopestyle course for skiers and snowboarders. RELATED: Check out What Went Down At Kings and Queens of

Play
READ THE STORY
Video: Backflips on a Trail Bike Are Fun
Up Next Bike

Video: Backflips on a Trail Bike Are Fun

Video: Backflips on a Trail Bike Are Fun

It might be the middle of winter, but watching GT Bike’s freshest rider Tom Isted go HAM on this jump trail is certainly not boring. With trail bikes these days, the possibilities are endless, and we’re no stranger to seeing DH-sized hucks on little bikes. However, Isted infuses some serious style into this hectic run set to a classic track. Talk about going friggin’ huge! RELATED: Riding Captain Ahab Like You've Never Seen Before Check out more from the young

Play
READ THE STORY
Behind the Scenes of Brandon Semenuk and The unReal One-Shot
Up Next Bike

Behind the Scenes of Brandon Semenuk and The unReal One-Shot

Behind the Scenes of Brandon Semenuk and The unReal One-Shot

When Brandon Semenuk dropped into his custom-built line for TGR and Anthill Production’s 2015 mountain bike film unReal, he did not expect it would become one of the most-viewed mountain bike segments ever. Semenuk would go on to produce other mind-bending riding segments showcasing his creativity and Jedi-like bike handling skills, but this one was special.  RELATED: Check out Adolf Silva's Insane Save from Darkfest 2019 The crux for this particular unReal segment was that it was all shot in