Slow-mo shots are commonplace in action sports videos, and for good reason: It's easy to miss the little things when watching high-speed sports. In the world of skiing, this is often seen in park edits where spins and flips happen too quickly for us to catch the intricate grabs and/or rotations going down. When slowed down, however, it's easy to see the little things that set the pros apart.
The same holds true in mountain biking. Watching a professional mountain biker rip down a line is impressive, but becomes even more impressive when slow-mo enables us to see the precise adjustments and reactions of top-tier bikers. This ultra-slow-mo edit is even better than that, allowing us to see the ripples on Bryn Atkinson's skin and his bike's flex as he shreds, thanks to the Phantom High Speed camera's 1000+ frames per second.