Нистал Я в той теме писать сделал отдельную, т.к. в той теме - просто что есть, а тут что можно заказать!!
Вообщем, нашёл человека у которого около 70 ЛИЦЕНЗИОННЫХ DVD-дисков по MTB.... !!!
[b]Давайте каждый по 2 DVD и получится хорошая коллекция!!!
Кто участвует пишем ниже в теме!!![/b]
[quote]все фильмы на ДВД. полноценные !
цена за диск 120. пересылка 120-180 в зависимости от веса. наложенный платеж, но можно и предполатой через банк. пишу на качественные диски без халтуры.[/quote]
По-моему ништяк 120 рублей!!!
[quote]Почта - это не благотворительная организация.) Отправлял недавно 25 дисков в Питер так пересылка обошлась в 180 рублей. И этот гемор с отправкой времени отнимает тоже не 5 минут.[/quote]
В Барнаул - лёгкая посылка около 100руб. будет.. Но Я думаю мы не лёгкую закажем.. да?
[quote]MaV>А Ты что посоветуешь? типа NWD что-нибудь... (5-ая часть уже есть)
gigur>Шестая часть хороша вместе с дополнительными материалами на двух дисках. Рэд Буллы который на пяти дисках. Есть с
соревов видосы хорошо скомпилированные. Конечно же они не все одинаково зашибенские и красочные. Разные. Прикидывайте.)
JIB это клёвый стрит. По триалу Manifesto. Есть уроки Райана Лича, но там на инглише. Учебное видео есть по катанию всяческому и мат.части- Fundamentals. C переводом.[/quote]
gigur>Нуууу. Тут можно.) 20 процентов можно снять, но таки все равно доставка за ваш счет. Обычно на более 10 я сам
оплачиваю почту. Ведь страховать посылку надо будет на полную сумму, на ту какой будет наложенный платеж. Банком дешевле будет если не лень связываться![/quote]
[size=5][b]А ВОТ И СПИСОК:[/b][/size]
Reflex Films, 2004
Anti Gravity serves up a solid dose of UK downhilling and freeride action.
Filmed over the 2004 season Anti GRavity takes in the National Downhill Series, Fort Williams, National 4X Series and the Plymouth Dirty Weekend.
You'll see riders like the Athertons, Will Longden, Rob Waner, Scott Beaumont, Neil Donoghue, Helen Gaskell, Stu Thomson, Ben Reid, Brendan Fairclough, Billy Cheetman and Greg Minaarr.
Plus dedicated sections with Chris Smith, Garry Penman, Grant and Ollie Fielder, Jim Davage. Not to mention a scorching session with the MBUK 'Big Gap Tour' featuring Mark Beumont, Steve Pete, Rob Jarman and Richard Batey.
[b]02. Art of Trials[/b]
Producer: Ryan Leech
Mastering the Art of Trials is a compilation of 38 skills that are demonstrated and described in a clear and concise format.
The purpose of this video is to help make your learning curve as efficient and complete as possible. With this video, and a bit of practice, you'll be on your way to Mastering the Art of Trials.
People always ask Ryan how to do a bunnyhop, or how to hop on the rear wheel after his shows. So he decided to make a video to answer all those questions and to show that becoming a trials rider isn't as difficult as it may look.
[b]03. Biker Fox[/b]
This video is 30 minutes long, consists of front flips on a mountain bike, crashes, wheelies, a touch of wildlife, and important tips about bicycle safety, This movie is unlike any other video you will ever see and goes in all directions.
[b]04. Chain Reaction 5[/b]
DH Productions, 2004
Length: 42 min
From the series that introduced you to the meaning of HARDCORE, Chain Reaction Five Worldwide takes you to four continents, logs thousands of frequent flyer miles and shows the planet what East Coast Style is all about. The DH Productions' "Stable of Knuckleheads" has been unchained and they have unleashed their fury on the world. Your tour guides are: Aaron Chase, Jeff Lenosky, Lars Tribus, Eric Porter, Kyle Ebbett and more. Get ready for a heavy metal onslaught of broken bikes, bones and blood as we embark on the most progressive riding ever to be documented on a DVD.
Once again at the helm is three-time Emmy Award winning producer/director, Don Hampton. Chain Reaction Five Worldwide was shot with pristine digital video, 16mm and 8mm film, in locations such as Japan, Russia, Australia, France, Germany, Canada and the USA!!
[b]05. Chain Smoke 2[/b]
The directors and riders of "Chainsmoke II" traveled the globe for 18 months scouting new locations and riding opportunities to make this film a truly unique mountain bike video. What type of footage did they return with from this expedition? How about Marla Streb trekking through a remote jungle in Thailand. Try grinding up the Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho with Killen and Randolph. Or John Kirkaldie and Nathan Rankin tearing up a DH course at Mach 1 in New Zealand. Or perhaps your fancy is tickled by watching Brian Lopes float 60-foot moto-style jumps at a secret Nor Cal location. Not to be outdone by the American- Chris Kovarik and Michael Ronning launch it over a moving train on location in Cairns, Australia. What ever your style of riding- this video will definitely have you hitting your rewind button.
[b]06. Changing of the Guard[/b]
"A new generation of riders documented by a new generation of filmmakers. Changing of the Guard sheds a new vision on mountain bike videos and free-riding with huge road gaps, large roof drops, techinical street assaults, the mighty North Shore and some surreal insights into the riders lives."
Calculated Risk Films, 2001
The DVD contains the original trailer along with chapters! Contact features the biggest, most technical and most amazing display of trials, stunt and street mountain biking to date. Displaying the performances of Jeff Lenosky, Ryan Leech, Lance Trappe, Chris Clark, JJ Gregorowicz, Petr Kraus, Martin Hawyes, Martyn Ashton, Eddie Tounge, Nelson Reis, Chris Santos, Stevie Baia and Chris Akrigg, Contact hosts the most all-star line up ever! Shot on location in California, Utah, New York, New Jersey, Western Canada and Great Britain with the worlds best riders, Contact has topped all previous mountain bike videos to date!
[b]08. Criminal - The Movie ( Run for Yor Life 3 )[/b]
Chainlink Productions, 2004
Length: 45 min
“Descent” the mountain bike video showcases the new talent of the free ride progression. Features free riding of 30 foot drops, huge gap jumps, crazy later stunts, street, huge wall rides, downhill and flowy trail riding. Filmed in USA (Virgin Utah, Seattle Wa, Moab) and Canada (Vancouver, Whistler, Kamloops, Kelowna, Courtney, Campbell River, Naniamo, Victoria, Gold River, Mt. Washington) Riders include: Kyle Hansen, Neil Meier, Mike Bentham, Jake Derhnert, Jordie Lunn, Jason Muscrofft, Rick Fawbert, Jeff Banks, Ryan Grimstad, Chis Fawbert, Cory Muscrofft, Drew Gorgichuk, Brent Anderson. Bonus section: Red Bull ’03
[b]10. Disorder II “Fat Tire Fury”[/b]
Dive into the realm of new school mountain bike videos and its mind blowing new dimensions... Hang on for 70 mph speed wheelies, 60 ft cliff hucks, world cup downhill, and deadly dirt jumping. Unleashing another all out assault on the world of mountain bike video. Fat Tire Fury will leave you begging for more and charged to ride!
[b]11. Disorder III “Freewheel Burning”[/b]
This mountain bike video is off the Charts! The Disorder mountain bike videos are the best ever made hands down.
Freewheel Burning continues to take it to a new level. Busting out with huge road gaps, Bad Ass bikercross, over the top dirt jumping, and silly-fast singletrack!
Staring: Bender, Robbie 'Air' Bourdon, Anne-Caroline Chausson, John Cowan, Cedric Gracia, Ryan Leech, Jeff Lenosky, Greg Minnaar, Steve Peat, Timo Pritzel, Richie Schley, Joe Schwartz, Wade Simmons & More!
[b]12. Disorder IV “Ride the Lightning”[/b]
Freeride Entertainmet - the creators of NWD , NWD2 and NWD3 mountain bike videos continue their domination of all mtb films with the shocking new chapter in the disorder series.
“Ride the Lightning” pushes the progression of riding beyond the edge. Super charged with electrifying 360 cliff drops, Tour de France road gaps, and high voltage DH action.
Bonus: Whistler Bike park promo mountain bike video, Young guns / Matt Hunter mountain bike video, Tour de France jump behind the scenes , BC/DC video and more
Shot in 35 & 16mm in the world’s finest mountain bike destinations.
Starring: Darren Berrecloth, Bender, Robbie "Air" Bourdon, John Cowan, Cedric Gracia, Jeff Lenosky, Greg Minnaar, Steve Peat, Timo Pritzel, Richie Schley, Joe Schwarz, Wade Simmons, Dave Watson & more.
[b]13. Disorder V "Disorderly Conduct"[/b]
The epic freeride mountain bike video saga continues with NWD V – Disorderly Conduct. The BIG DAWGS at Freeride Entertainment are back with the all-killer-no-filler follow up to the award winning Ride the Lightning. NWD V – Disorderly Conduct features a fresh crop of new young rippers. Strap in and hold on for: the continuing evolution of the sport with Monster Park and Crankworx slopestyle competitions, more BC stunt riding than you can throw a stick at, and the huge air time and big booters that we’ve become renowned for. The Disorder mountain bike videos set the standard!
Journey to New Zealand, Australia, Whistler, Monster Park, Europe, Alaska, BC, and Utah. The Freeride crew has traveled all over the globe again with the sickest riders to bring it home. Staring the best of the best: Grant Allen , Paul Basagoitia, Darren Berrecloth, Robbie Bourdon , Aaron Chase, John Cowan, Gareth Dyer, Carlin Dunne, Matt Hunter, Cedric Gracia, Wayne Goss, Jeff Lenosky and more!
[b]14. Disorder VI "Unchained"[/b] 2DVD
Are you ready for the latest offense from the big boys at Freeride Entertainment? The epic freeride mountain bike saga continues with NWD 6 – Unchained.
The NWD 6 crew is killing it all over the world in true disorderly fashion. – Unchained features the biggest group of today's progressive riders as they attack Bolivia, Whistler, Kamloops, Utah and everywhere else they could pillage. With stops at Monster Park and Crankworx slopestyle competitions along the way.
Featuring Breakout performances by: Paul Basagotia, Cameron McCaul, Kyle Strait, Cameron Zink, Robbie Bourdon, Cedric Gracia, Dave Watson, John Cowan, Richie Schley, Thomas Vanderham, Wade Simmons, Kirt Vories, Jeff Lenosky, Geoff Gulevich, Darren Berrecloth, Aaron Chase, Carlin Dunne
[b]15. Double Down ( includes "Down" )[/b]
Invictus Productions, 2001
Length: 33 min
"Double Down" redefines what it means to push the limit. Featured are Bender's 41 foot huck and the controversial drop at Deer Valley, as well as amazing footage of Mikey Mayhem and V Dub. Check out Bender's incredible drop at Deer Valley. and read three separate accounts of just what went down. Riders include Bender, Krispy, Gibb, Evil Dave and Jeremy Sundt.
Contents Double Down DVD-Includes both Double Down and Down full length features.
Invictus Productions, 2001
Length: 33 min
Trials, downhill, freeriding, 30+ foot drops, huge doubles, gnarly descents, horrifying crashes, and much, much more. Featured riders include Joshua Bender, Phil Edlefsen, Kris Baughman, Nick Kelly, Brian Vaughn, Von Williams and many others. "Down" has definitely got it all. Brace yourself for the most extreme mountain bike film ever created. Get ready to witness the new standard, and get ready to get Down!
[b]16. Drop In: First Season[/b]
3-set DVD Collectors Edition. The explosive result of the collaboration between 5 freeriders, 2 TV producers and 2 computer gurus to bring you 13 episodes of the greatest road trip mountain biking has ever seen. Lasting snapshots into the minds of some of the worlds toughest athletes. Starring: Darren Butler, Byron Grey, Dylan Tremblay, Shawn Denny, and Mike Kinrade.
The Dropin Series Season 1 DVD set! This 3 disc set contains over 7 hours of awesome riding footage which include all 13 episodes in high quality DVD format PLUS one hour of out takes and footage that just could not be shown on public television!
You have seen some of the low resolution online episodes but now you can view it the way it was meant to be.
Dirt Magazine and Alex Rankin, 2004
Length: 67 min
From the creators of Dirt magazine comes the film that the dirt biking world has been waiting for. The first ever Dirt video, Earthed, produced by Alex Rankin of Sprung Video. It features over an hour of the finest bike riding imaginable, including the world’s best riders, the best locations from around the globe, mind blowing action, and it is all tied together with a soundtrack that will leave you screaming for more. Thirty minutes of bonus footage and DVD extras means you have the Joker as well as the Ace of Spades… If you want to witness riding on dirt at its finest then look no further… Earthed is here.
Featuring: Fort William World Cup / The Atheron Brothers / Mt Sant Anne World Cup / Ironhorse in Bromont / Vermont NORBA / Battle Royal minibikes / UK National 4X / Nathan Rennie in Whistler / No Clips BMX racing / Grouse World Cup / The Athertons in Whistler and Joyride / Misc. section / World Champs in Switzerland / Team Global and Greg Minnaar in Whistler / Alex Dick BMX / Kaprun World Cup
[b]18. Earthed 2[/b]
Following hot on the heels of the award-winning Earthed video comes its sequel, Earthed 2 – Never Enough Dirt.
Filmed and produced by Alex Rankin, Earthed 2 was filmed all over the world to capture the planet's fastest riders ripping up the best riding spots available. We travelled all over Europe, the USA and Canada riding backyard trails, gnarly singletrack, North Shore facilities and mountainous downhill tracks. Blowing out berms, launching huge transfers, and hitting fast sections – this is bicycles and dirt at its finest.
Earthed 2 also follows the World Cup Downhill race scene, with NORBA races and the 2004 World Championships from Les Gets, along with the finest races Europe has to offer with unparalleled coverage from start gate to finish line, behind the scenes in the pits and at the bar during the after-parties. Downhill mountain bike races, 4-cross races, BMX racing, it is all on this new video!!
[b]19. Eastside Freeride 2[/b]
B-Forty Productions and Eastside Freeride Entertainment are back with their second production, Eastside Freeride 2: Live Sessions. Sinister’s Dave Smutok and Kyle Ebbett stomp serious sections; while Pointe-Claire native Craig Robinson shows why he is quickly becoming one of the biggest names in Canadian street riding. And the insanity doesn’t stop there … Marion Garinther and Guillaume Bellefeuille both stomp their parts in the East; while Team Iron Horse/Wildcatz, Stephan Mailhot, and Logan Bingelli given a little Californian western flavour to the mix. ESFR 2 also brings many of last year’s most impressive comps in to your living room including Red Bull Bike Battle, Rye Airfield, Back To The Forest, Red Bull Rampage and many more.
Join us as we embark on the world cup mountain bike circuit from the USA to Japan with many foreign locations in between. Learn how the pro's deal with different weather and terrain conditions; the roots of Slovenia, the mud of France, speed of Japan. Watch top professional Kirt Voreis go off with tail whips on a suspension bike, launch huge road gaps, pull 360?s & fence rides, ride skate parks and more you just have to see to believe. Check out Brian Lopes? smooth style as he rips up SHEEP HILLS and crushes the dual competition. See the pro's on their downtime, racing and traveling nonstop from May to September with every week spent in a new location!
Rider List: Kirt Voreis, Brian Lopes, Aaron Chase, Nathan Renne, Chris Kovarik, Cedric Gracia, Nico, Myles Rockwell, Colin Bailey and many other world class riders
[b]21. Finnish Mafia 2.0[/b]
From the producer of Evolution, Masters Of Reality, Real Sick, Keep It Real mountain bike videos comes the long awaited Focused mountain bike dvd. It was worth the wait, there is tons of great footage with a wide array of styles.
[b]23. For the People[/b]
[b]24. Front 2[/b]
FROnt is back! Packed with the newest street stylin’s and the DH and freeriding that made FROnt. the Ontario classic. New riders and some old favourites bust out some of the sickest lines captured, it’s all here! Over 30 minutes of the sickest riding, PLUS 15minutes bonus footage from the 2003 24 bicycles Porn Spirit tour and top 20 carnage reel.
With all the big ticket, fully sponsored releases this year, you will enjoy this no-nonsense real biking flick. Shot mostly digital but with some 16m thrown in for that certain “je ne c est quoi”. Save some room for the crazy antics of not only Ontario’s best but also, also the best in the world. Packed with some of the finest street riding available from the likes of Ryan Senechal, Julien Meunier, Morley Wilkins, Mike Gooch, Nigel Quarless, 14yr old Chris Dzavik, Mickey Vonesh, and many more. In traditional FROnt. style there is some of the biggest and baddest from the DH and freeriding scene shot in BC, Quebec and of course our own backyard hills here in Ontario. Everyone from the original is back with a whole crew of new guys including Justin Brown and Doug Beatie, and some footage from Gravity fest (slope style) and the Canada cups. OH yeah there is also Superfest footage featuring Chase, Ebbot, MacIntosh, Ryan, Headford, and a host of other talented guys.
The new mountainbike how-to video from the creators of the unparalleled Earthed video and world-renowned Dirt Magazine. Filmed all around the world, Fundamentals features inside-info and unveils the secrets behind how the pros ride so fast on some of the best tracks on the mountain bike scene. The video covers cornering, jumping, downhill sections, pedaling, manualing, riding technical sections, slow sections and fast sections. Includes basic advice and expert advice with tips from the fastest riders on the planet including Steve Peat, Greg Minnaar, Eric Carter, Brian Schmidt, Will Longden, Martin Murray, Dale Holmes, Fabien Barel, Gee and Dan Atherton, and more. Fundamentals will also show you how to set up your bike to get the best from it, from suspension tune up to tire choice, to brakes, correct sizing, and more, for racing or just riding trails, all with guidance from the finest mountain bike mechanics out there on the World Cup race scene.
Backed up with a killer soundtrack and footage from international races and the trails, this video will appeal to all mountain bike riders from beginner to expert, and you will learn how to set up your bike perfectly and then ride better.
From the beginning of the Drop In Tour of 2003 there was a plan in place to do a movie. We couldn’t shoot 10 – 15 hours of footage per episode without using more than the 24 minutes needed for the show. We needed to give the fans of Drop In, who didn’t like the lifestyle aspects of it, something that hit hard. We gave Milkman the go ahead to start work collecting his favorite shots for the movie that would cater to the more hardcore within the Mountain Bike industry. He wanted to call it Genesis.
Riders: Tyler Klassen, Rya Leech, Dylan Tremblay, Darren Berrecloth, Chris Donahue, Steve Romaniuk, Jared Jespersen, Richie Schley, Wade Simmons, Gareth Dyer, Dangerous Dan and more.
[b]27. ES2 Fully Loaded[/b]
The continually evolving trail network on Vancouver’s North Shore has been a breeding ground for world class freeride talent. Explore the origins and history of freeriding with this North Shore documentary from Tod “Digger” Fiander. Top riders such as Wade Simmons, Thomas Vanderham and Tyler Klassen show you what it takes to conquer the gnarled and muddy hiking trails on the North Shore. 40 minutes.
[b]28. Halfway To Nowhere[/b]
From slopestyle contests to epic singletrack adventures, MTBFilms hooked up with some of the World’s best riders as they put their own efforts and ideas into progressing the sport in this mountain bike video. Each segment is the rider’s personal interpretation of mountain biking. With cameras and bikes in tow, our journey has taken us to strange and wonderful locations full of new terrain and talented riders. Long drives, hideous airport connections, and hot evening sessions have brought us to our current place – halfway to nowhere.
Highways is the newest video from Neil Sanders, the director and producer of the Superheros video series. Highways starts off with the Red Bull Freeze Ride in Montana and continues down the West Coast hitting California, Nevada, Arizona, and ends after the Sea Otter Classic. Sanders gathered the sport's top riders Randy Spangler, Cory Derpak, Cameron Zink, Darren Miller, Caile Noble, Eric Porter, Gareth Dyer, Kyle Strait, Aaron Peters, Darren Berrecloth, Chris Duncan, Robbie Bourdon and Aaron Hodgkin. This video has it all - dirt jumping, street, racing, freeriding and skatepark.
Moosetrail Productions, 2004
Freeride. Downhill. 4X. Big Airs. Trials. BMX Street. Flatland. Lakejump
Bern. Les Diablerets. Scuol. Lugano. Buttes. Alpe d'Huez. Thun. Geneve. Moab. Phoenix. San Diego
Der frische Film mitten aus der Berner Bikeszene, gedreht von Klaus "Looser" Loosli. Der Name des Film ist Programm: Infected, und zwar von einem Virus - vom Bikevirus. Das ist der Kern des Films, der eine wohltuende Frische in die Bikefilmszene bringt.
Invictus Productions, 2002
Length: 37 min
The newest school in mountain biking isn't called mountain biking… It's called jibbing. The word "Jib" was originally coined by snowboarders to describe a certain style of riding. Rail grinding, sessioning half pipes, and boosting huge tricks off of jumps were all considered jibbing. Over time, jibbing came to be known as trick-oriented riding in man-made environments. And while trail riders, North Shore riders, and a handful of urban mountain bikers have been jibbing for years, only recently has this discipline of riding gained enough momentum to finally be given its own name. "Jib", from Thor Wixom, is the first video of its kind...and the only video dedicated entirely to capturing the essence of the jib movement. Welcome to the New School.
[b]32. Jib 2 "Sessions" - 2DVD[/b]
A Thor Wixom mountain bike Video Jib 2 is a street and urban video that picks up where the original Jib left off. It includes footage of internationally known riders, as well as footage of local riders that Thor Wixom invited to shoot with him through an open call he posted on the internet. Major locations include Baltimore, Washington D.C., Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver, Santa Cruz, Toronto, Louisville, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Portland, Seattle, and Calgary.
When Thor Wixom set out to produce the sequal to Jib, he had two goals. His first goal was to showcase the lastest progression from the best urban riders in the world. His second was to provide oppurtunities for up and coming local riders to receive interenational video exposure. After posting his schedule on the internet and inviting all interested riders to participate, Thor and his brother Shiblon embarked on the most extensive road trip of their careers. By the end of their journey they had visited more than 20 North American cities and logged more than 200 hours of footage. Whether you want to witness the latest development in urban riding or you want to compare your skills to the best local riders from other areas, Jib 2 has what you're looking for.
An upbeat and inspiational mountain bike video by "downhill dave" Flather. Over 30 of the best freeriders including: Darren Leary, Harley Wright, Dumptruck, Jeff Bryson, Chris Donahue. Good soundtrack and over 12 locations.
[b]34. Killing Time[/b]
Director Aaron Chase has cracked opened the dusty old shoe boxes of footage and gathered a group of friends, which happen to be the most progressive 26" riders around. We piled into a late 70's RV and the sh*t van to bring to you a DH Productions first. Travel along with the good old boys of urban MTB and see what it is like outside of the pro race circuit and inside the back alleys. All stereotypes and expectations are dropped when you see over seven years of footage brought to you by urban MTB shredder/director, Aaron Chase. So, peer into the past and take a seat to watch the progression unfold. "flips, whips, rails, and bails"
[b]35. Kranked 4 “Search for the Holey Trail”[/b]
Radical Films, 2001
The much anticipated Kranked 4 is here and its non-stop formula of sick and twisted freeriding is raising the dead as the crew at Radical once again pushes the limits of hardcore mountain biking into the stratophsere. Herculean stunts flow nonstop throughout this 16mm masterpice.
[b]36. Kranked 5 “In Concert”[/b]
Some of the most EXTREME riding found anywhere in the world today... Hang on! Fiander's done it again! - Insane air, bone crunching wipe-outs & incredible stunts you won't see anywhere else. The Kranked mountain bike videos are at the top with the disorder videos by huge gaps ahead of all the rest!
[b]37. Local Yokels[/b]
Brand New Riders, Brand New Filmaker. Captured on film are 23 local yokels... Many of which you may not have heard.... Watch these guys rip in their home towns.... No one knows better than a local. Shot in six British Columbian cities, Local Yokels showcases the talent of many new, never before seen riders, while bringing a fresh new style to the mountain bike film industry. How can you go wrong?
Ryan Leech, 2003
In the ceaseless quest for more riding style, Ryan Leech unleashes his latest Mountain Bike Video, "Manifesto". Eliminate all set-up and recovery hops from Trials riding -- A seemingly simple idea, though unheard of before now! Manifesto will redefine the sport for trials riders worldwide. Trials has always been about finesse, control and precision, and now, the Manifesto style brings effortless fluid elegance. Let the revolution begin!
[b]39. Match Videozine Issue 6[/b]
Push comes to shove when Match Videozine 6 drops another 70 minutes of progressive content on the world of mountain biking. Match 6 starts with a biography on one of the sport's newest stars, Craig Robinson. Issue 6 follows the summer competition circuit, hitting up Urban Decay in Asheville, NC, the Links Jump Jam and finally the Rye Airfield Big Wheels Competition. The Industry Profile features the fine folks at Deity Components and we put the new Giant STP bike through a thorough work out. The Revolution segment features amazing riding from Aaron Chase, Hacksaw Jim Severt, Joe Prisel, Ryan Senechal, Mike Headford and Hannah Steffens. The scene report is a feature on Calgary riders Doug Fink, Jared Jesperson and Sam Jepson. Hacksaw Jim Severt offers up some tips on how to wallride--then he joins Nigel Quarless, Chris Donahue, Joe Prisel, Mike Gooch and Chris Clark on a roadtrip through New Jersey, New York and Massachussets for some of the best dirt, street and park riding that the east coast has to offer.
[b]40. Monkey Style II[/b]
Monkey Style 2 takes it back to where it began for all of us...on the streets riding for fun and freedom. This video does NOT contain full suspension bikes, no 9" travel. These riders use hardtail bikes, athletic ability, and a ton of style to move the crowd. Driven by the influences of BMX, trials, freeriding and all other things on two wheels.
Riders: Ryan Leech, Dylan Tremblay, Chris Donahue, Nigel Quarless, Julien Meunier, Josh stratt and more...
[b]41. New World Disorder[/b]
Drop into the world of new school mountain bike video and it’s outrageous off-spring. Hang on for 65 mph speed wheelies, 55 foot cliff hucks, world cup DH, crazed unicycle stunts, full squish wheelchairs, and deadly dirt jumping. Riders: Bender, Robbie Air Bourdon, John Cowan, Christ Holm, Gary Houseman, Cedric Cracia, Mike King, Chris Kvorik, Brian Lopes, Shamums March, O’D, Michael Ronning, Bobby Root, Marla Streb, Richie Schley, Joe Schwartz, Trevor Snowdin, and more! Music by: Anthrax, Choclair, Furnaceface, Luncachicks, Upper Class Racket, and other dope bands. Shot in 16mm film worldwide!
[b]42. Nordic Ride[/b]
Shot in a number of locations across the Nordics including the Are Mountain Mayhem MTB Festival, the critically acclaimed film offers seat of the pants insight into the riding scene and talent of Northern Europe. Don’t miss adding this one to your MTB DVD collection.
Christoffer Cederqvist (Fin/Swe), Robin Wallner (Swe), Simon Dannoff (Swe), Jonas Vinnari (Fin), Juha-Matti Pouta (Fin), Rickard Frick (Swe), Erik Wallberg (Swe), Patrik Bjorkqvist (Swe), Nils Windfeldt (No), Andreas Braaten (No), Lars Mortenssen (Dk), Jesper Rasmussen (Dk)
[b]43. No Recess[/b]
This mountain bike video highlights the riding talents and lifestyles of many undiscovered riders, and several well know riders as well. Filmed entirely on DV, and on a budget that is too small to even bother mentioning, JT Productions tries to bring a film to you by the riders and for the riders.
[b]44. North Shore History X - 2DVD[/b]
North Shore eXtreme, vol.1 "Downhill DeluXe"
North Shore eXtreme, vol.2 "Down and Dirtier"
North Shore eXtreme, vol.3 "Dirty Dreams"
North Shore eXtreme, vol.4 "Big Rocks Hard Knocks", 2000
North Shore eXtreme, vol.5 "Lights Out", 2001
5 films in this 2 disk DVD set
Todd Fiander (Digger)continues to build the sickest trails on the planet, filming the best riders in the World and delivering to his fans the most extreme mountain biking action available. Don't miss this opportunity to get his first 5 films compiled here in this true to form collectors edition DVD compilation.
5 bone-crunching videos....more than 30 bands....Digger delivers again in this 5 star compilation of his frst 5 films!
[b]45. NSX VI “Diggin IT”[/b]
Some of the most EXTREME riding found anywhere in the world today... Hang on! Fiander's done it again! - Insane air, bone crunching wipe-outs & incredible stunts you won't see anywhere else.
[b]46. NSX VII “Quick & Dirty”[/b]
NSX brings you each years new stunts, new North Shore trails and your past time favourites. This film also has the most COMPLETE coverage of the Whistler trails, Joyride and DH. Returning riders include SuperT, Wade Simmons and Dangerous Dan...
[b]47. NSX VIII "Cease and Desist"[/b]
Todd 'Digger' Fiander delivers another installment of hard edged, off the meter EXTREME Mountain Biking Action! Considered his best yet, Digger does it again with pulse pounding, heart exploding action backed with an exciting original soundtrack.
[b]48. No More Heroes[/b]
Big Eye Video, 2004
Length: 47 min
This mountain bike video captures the essence of free-ride mountain biking with riders pushing it to the limit. Locations include California, British Columbia, Utah, Nevada, and Alberta. Features: Ryan Hayes, Mick Hannah, Sam Jepson, Hacksaw Jim Severt, Ian Moult, Kenny Smithe, Shaums March, Ryan Newman, Jay Hootz, Paul Basagoitia, Chris Glew. Includes World Cup Racing and 4X, Redbull Rampage 2004, Sea Otter Classic, and much more!
This mountain bike dvd is one of this years best!
[b]49. No Way: The Hans Rey Story[/b]
This mountain bike video follows the story of the pioneer of extreme mountain biking and discover how a boy with a bike and a dream made his way into mountain biking’s Hall of Fame. Tons of classic footage and interviews with Hans, Lopes, Schley and many others.
[b]50. Paranoia 5[/b]
Viele Minuten Dirt, Freeride, Freestyle, Street, MotoX und DH Racing!
Locations: Laguna Secca / USA; Santa Cruz / USA; Apt / Frankreich; Marseille / Frankreich; Illmenau / Deutschland; Rittershausen / Deutschland
Rider: Basti "Airwastl" Wolter, Darren Berrecloth, Tyler T. Klassen, John Cowan, Timo Pritzel, Heiko Hirzbruch, Carlo Dieckmann, Jochen Forstmann, Axel Lehmkuhl u.v.m.
[b]51. Red Bull Bike Battle[/b]
The 2003 Red Bull Bike Battle was the Super Bowl of urban free-ride competitions. 32 of world s best street, dirt jump and trials riders converged on Boston s City Hall Plaza to battle head-to-head until there was one rider left standing. Follow the entire competition round by round and trick by trick. With seven cameras rolling, the DH Productions crew will put you in the front row for the most progressive and innovative contest that the mountain biking world has ever experienced. The streets of Boston have not witnessed a battle this intense since the American Revolution!
[b]52. Red Bull Rampage[/b]
From the unique backdrop of Virgin, Utah comes the 2002 Red Bull Rampage. Drop in on an allstar line-up of the world's best downhill racers and freeriders upping the ante on some of the sickest terrain
[b]53. Red Bull Rampage 3[/b]
Video Red Bull Rampage 3 DVD
Welcome to the event that changed the face of mountain biking forever. From the unique backdrop of Virgin, Utah comes the 2002 Red Bull Rampage. Drop in on an all-star line up of the worlds best DH racers & freeriders upping the ante on some of the sickest terrain on earth.
[b]54. Red Bull Rampage "Antology"[/b] 5DVD
Five years ago Red Bull Rampage was born. The Goal-To create a freeride mountain bike competition unlike anything anyone had ever seen. The Location was nothing short of perfect. A veritable freeride mountain biking mecca was found in Virgin, Utah with endless riding possibilities. As the event grew in popularity, the spectators came in droves to see these modern day gladiators battle in the amphitheater that was the Rampage venue. Rampage will live on in the history of mountain biking as the event that changed the sport forever.
Disk 1-First Rampage ever w/ bonus Red Bull Recon
Disk 2-2002 Event coverage w/ bonus Red Bull Freight Train
Disk 3-2003 Event coverage w/ bonus Cedric Helmet camera footage.
Disk 4-2004 and Final Rampage event seen through the eyes of Bender, Cedric and Strait.
Disk 5-The Retrospective - A candid look back at how Rampage affected mountain biking.
[b]55. Red Bull Ride[/b]
Zest Productions, 2002
Length: 35 min
25 riders from 9 countries take on one seriously gnarly course in the name of glory, survival and $15,000 prize money. Get a dose of some awesome riding by Andrew Mills, Wade Simmons, Robbie Bourdon, John Waddell, Tarek Rasouli, Nathan Rennie and Dave Watson, who are just a handful of riders who take on Jindabyne, Australia's answer to freeride madness, 25 foot drops, North Shore ramps, rocky chutes and deadly snakes. This is THE world's leading international freeride event.
[b]56. Red Bull Ride II[/b]
An in-your-face, technical, steep, non-stop run that mixes up natural unforgiving, rough, rocky terrain in the Snowy Mountains region of Australia along with man made stunts including a 43 foot, step down gap, wall ride, the world's first 'Sledsaw,' a 27 foot drop, table grinds and heaps more.
[b]57. Return of the Zeros[/b]
Big Eye Video, 2003
Length: 37 min
From the producers of Changing of the Guard comes more locations, gnarlier riding, original lines and shots and some 16mm to round it out. Donahue, Hayes, Gullevich, Onifrichuk and many more complete this killer production. This is the one film worth waiting for. Oh, yes, and don't forget the SuperZeros rocking out on their 10-speeds and mullets.
Buy the DVD and get extras including the 2003 RedBull Rampage, director's commentary and much more!
Phil Edlefsen's follow up to Union is a great representation of what can and is being done by freeriders and racers across the globe. ReUnion includes trails, urban, parks, and racing across the U.S., France, Scotland and the U.K. A ton of big names are covered including Gracia, Tremblay, Schley, Bourdon, Chase, March, Duncan and a ton more. Check out footage of the Red Bull Rampage, Boston Bike Battle & the UCI World Cup. Includes bonus footage.
[b]59. Riders Anonymous ( includes "Second Coming" )[/b]
MPF Productions, 2002
Length: 36 min
"Riders Anonymous" is about a group of addicted riders who have embraced their sickness and ride for therapy. Following the same sick group of riders from Hidden Pleasure and Second Coming, they have scoped out more crazy terrain in areas that show mountain biking's true aspects. The whole crew has made it their mission to bring the world of MTB to a level that can be awed and respected by the new school sports world. This is one crew that seperates themselves from the rest of the pack.
Featuring: Darren Butler, Shawn Denny, Byron Grey, Mike Kinrade, Dylan Tremblay, Daver, Tim Boyer, Jared Jesperson, Danny Laroche, Riley Macintosh, Derek Chambers, Darryl Steane, Matt Brooks, Ryan DeJong
Bonus DVD Features include some additional VanCouver Island footage, SECOND COMING film, and HIGH ANTICS (a 10min promo that was a couple years back from Hidden Pleasures in 97/98)
[b]60. Rise ( includes “The Circus” )[/b]
This mountain bike video is for all those mountain bikers who share that passion, and know what its like to push their personal limits. From World Cup racers to the local rippers launching roadgaps after school. Featuring Cedric Gracia, Anne-Caroline Chausson, Kirt Voreis, Dustin Adams, Aaron Kempf, John Kirkcaldie, Andrew Neethling, Shaums March, and more amazing talent.
[b]61. Rockstars - One Steep Planet![/b]
One Steep Planet is the second edition in the “ROCKSTARS” series. This action packed movie is over 60min long with an extra 40min, 52 riders interview DVD special bonus. Action was filmed across Europe, showing you some of the most beautiful and colorful mountain biking spots in the world!! From Switzerland, France, Germany, Austria and England, ex-stuntman Leo Paredez searches for a steeper planet!! List of riders in this movie includes Fionn Griffiths, Richie Schley, Christian Taillefer, Amelie Thevoz, Brett Tippie, Claudio Caluori, Thomas Vanderham, Daniela Bossard and a host of Swiss, Austrian and German riders.
Even if I’m not a big fan of non-bike related sports in MTB videos, some might enjoy the variety of gravity events they threw in the mix! One Steep Planet has everything, from skiing, snowboarding and snow scoot to long board skateboarding and even Free Style Moto.
The music is also pretty interesting in this movie. While some of the soundtrack is from US bands, European bands provide most of them. Most of the music was totally new to me, but refreshing for a change.
Throughout the movie you can easily spot Leo Paredez as, for some unknown reason, is never seen without his red Giro Mad Max or Smith Goggles! Whether it’s on the ski hill, MX track or twisty tracks he’s constantly in the mix riding with all the featured riders. One Steep Planet is definitely a change from what we are used to seeing on this side of the pond! The ending scene, which I won’t share not to spoil it for those who haven’t seen the movie, is one of the most interesting one I’ve seen in a while!! Took me by surprise.
The bonus 52 rider interview give this movie an even more international feel to it, as all riders are interviewed in their native language. Nice touch!!
[b]62. Run for Your Life 2.0[/b]
Head First Productions out with the second installment of the 'Run for your Life' series that will simply blow your mind. Just when you think you've seen it all, you get to see the worlds top dawgs throwing down stunts with style and see the lifestyles of the boys. The star-studded cast includes the likes of Darren Bearclaw, Tyler Klassen, Wade Simmons, Thomas Vanderham, Jordie Lunn, Aaron Chase...the list goes.
Contains a load of bonus features: 7 hidden tracks, 4 bonus sections, Alternate intro, Dolby Digital Surround Sound
[b]63. Self Titled[/b]
MPF's 4th creation, and sequel to Hidden Pleasures, Second Coming, and Riders Anonymous. Brought down by the heavens of Nelson, BC. This year the crew is larger, diverse, and bringing a whole new feeling to the way a mountain bike movie is made. When you watch a movie, you want it to make you want to ride and get that feeling of being on your bike, (and of course rip some gnarly sh*t) MPF is here to please and won't disapoint!
Locations include Vancouver Island, Van City, Seattle, Kamloops, Jasper, Lethbridge, Nelson, Rossland, Spokane, Invermere, and Calgary.
The DVD bonus section has about 45min of extra projects that will keep you laughing and puzzled, maybe even at the same time.
Invictus Productions, 2003
Length: 38 min
VAS Entertainment is proud to announce the release of Statement, the 7th mountain bike title from Thor Wixom. Statement steps into new territory with next generation riders such as Mighty Mike and Chris Duncan, while paying homage to the roots of freeriding by featuring riding and commentary from pioneers like Krispy and Dangerous Dan.
Brace yourself for truck drivers, backflip x-ups, double barspins, a 20' drop on a hardtail and some of the best helmetcam footage in Thor Wixom's video "Statement." Starring Mighty Mike, Chris Duncan, Russ Morrell, Vic Marlow, Danny Swan, Dangerous Dan, Lance Canfield, Tyler Klassen and Krispy. This video features Chris Duncan pulling a Truck Driver on natural terrain, a Back Flip X-up (first in a video) and a Double Barspin (First ever, and captured on helmet cam)! Russ Morrell pulls a 20'+ drop on a hardtail and The Mutt (an off-axis slightly inverted 360). Set to a supercharged soundtrack, "Statement" will take you to the best riding spots in Canada, Montana, Nevada and Utah. Thor's "Statement" defines the radical shift that has recently taken place in freeride mountain bike riding! Athletes: Chris Duncan, Russ Morrell, Vic Marlow, Danny Swan, Dangerous Dan, Lance Canfield, Tyler Klassen, Krispy, Cory Leclere, Ryan Gibb and Mighty Mike.
[b]65. Superheros II[/b]
Featuring Wade Simmons, Brian O, Randy Spangler, Aaron Chase, "Kayodic" Kyle, Dyer and Shaums Marche. Shot in BC, Utah, Nevada, California and at the Red Bull Challenge. From the success of the first Superheros comes the follow up film that will leave you wanting more. A kick ass soundtrack from Mega Death, Swollen Members and POD. You are taken on a non stop roller coaster freeride, trail and urban assault! Superheros 2 lets us know that we can be superstars for a day!
[b]66. Superheros III ( includes "Superheros I" )[/b]
Length: 30 min
"Superheros III" is the third big and tasty offering from Neil Sanders and his Superheros freeride team. Hucking your trusty, steel steed off cliffs and boulders is where it begins, but leave it to Gareth Dyer to climb on top of a building for a burly 25-foot roof-to-roof jump. Meanwhile, Dave Watson nails 70-foot dirt doubles only to be followed by Thomas Vanderham and Wade Simmons, who will not be outdone. Sanders' ability to bring you action from the Norba Series, World Cup, Red Bull Rampage, and death defying stunts shot in Australia and U.S. cities coast to coast make "Superheros III" a hearty chapter in the Superheros series. Athletes: Randy Spangler, Gareth Dyer, Aaron Peters, Brian Onofrinchuck, Aaron Chase, Darren Miller, Eric Porter, Caile Noble, Cedric Gracia, Grant Allen, Richie Schley, Kyle Strait, Inshane, and more!
Description: This innovative 16mm film by Ryan Gibb features fresh and original riding including big air, huge hip gaps, progressive dirt jumping and 40' Step-ups integrated with first-rate cinematography and a sweet soundtrack. Starring Klassen, Duncan, Morell, Hunter, Wilson, Proznick and others. Expect these riders to introduce new moves in 2004!
"Ryan Gibb is a great example of the new breed of filmmakers. He's made the transition from being in front of the camera to directing and producing his highly anticipated debut film, "Suspect." - Ron Ige, Editor, BIKE magazine
"[Suspect's] crash segment [is] the most captivating of the year." Keith Carlsen, BIKE magazine
The latest Mountain Bike video from filmmaker Clay Porter. Synopsis features top riders on the pro downhill circuit. Whats unique about Synopsis is that the interviews with the pros are conducted as the watch their fellow riders in action. You get to watch pros compete, while listen to pros critique each other's runs. Rumors on internet blogs are already claiming that this DVD will become the single greatest riding / lifestyle mountain bike DVD ever! Thats a tough rep to live up to, but what you will be sure to get is plenty of down and dirty riding!! An inside look into the lifestyles and skills of Mountain Biking's finest, as they battle the 2004 North American race circuit…Sea Otter Classic, the NORBA Championship Series, U.S. Open, the World Cup Series, Crankworx Festival and U.S. Championships. Riders: Graves, Hill, Neethling, Minnaar, Lopes, Atkinson, Carter, Kintuer, Milan, Powell, Rennie, Kirkaldie and team Honda/ Turner.
[b]69. The Collective[/b]
Bike Magazine's 2005 Movie of the Year! The Collective is a film that portrays the newest, cutting-edge images of the freeride progression while exploring the thoughts and personalities of the riders
leading that progression. Riders: Darren Berrecloth, Geoff Gulevich, Matt Hunter, Tyler Klassen, Ryan Leech, Jordie Lunn, Tyler Morland, Steve Romaniuk, Andrew Shandro, Wade Simmons, Thomas Vanderham, Dave Watson.
[b]70. The Emergence[/b]
The continually evolving trail network on Vancouver's North Shore has been a breeding ground for world class freeride talent. Top riders such as Wade Simmons, Thomas Vanderham, and Tyler Klassen are featured in this killer mountain bike video, soaring high off the stunts of trail builder Todd 'Digger' Fiander.
[b]71. The Kranked Trylogy[/b]
The complete Kranked series (1, 2 and 3) now on a single DVD!!! Who wouldn't want one!?
Fox Racing Kranked
Fox Racing Kranked 2 "Trails from the Crypt"
MTB, produced by Radical Films Non-stop bombast of sick and twisted freeriding is raising the dead and once again pushes the limits of hardcore mountain biking into the stratosphere. Herculean stunts flow non-stop throughout this 16mm masterpiece which was shot in British Columbia, California, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, Italy and France. It stars a host of fresh talent yet to be corrupted by fame and fortune.
Fox Racing Kranked 3 "Ride Against The Machine"
Kranked III is the most kick ass, hard core, trail shredding video out there. If you thought Kranked II was awesome, pick up a copy of this...
[b]72. The New Deal[/b]
Director/editor Ryan Denehy brings you the freshest new perspective into the world of mountain biking with a groundbreaking soundtrack, sophisticated motion graphics and off-the-wall editing.
The New Deal takes a fresh look at the sport of mountain biking and its riders. Shot on Digital, 8mm and 16mm film formats: Brought together by stylish editing and a fresh soundtrack. Original footage from the streets and mountains around the world.
Shot on location in Germany, California, British Columbia, Utah, and more.
Featured riders: Kirt Voreis, Jeff Lenosky, Mike Metzger, Chris Donahue, Nigel Quarless, Grant Brashears, Anson Wellington, Andrew Davies, The DMR team, Steve T. and Mike Steidley.
[b]73. The Second Spectacle[/b]
Relive the 2003 U.S. National Downhill and Mountain Cross race seasons as
Distinction Productions takes you through the National Championship Series.
Awe in the amazing skill and finesse of the top pros from the start at the
Sea Otter all the way to the NCS Finals in Durango, CO. See up and coming
talent in the Junior ranks in the form of Cody Warren and Cory Gustafson.
Witness a hidden talent pool in Northern California's best expert and
semi-pro riders. See Pro Mountain Cross National Champion Jill Kintner's
amazing bike control and finesse. Experience the amazing culture and riders
that make up the U.S. National Series.
The DVD is filled with bonus material, including a helmet cam of the
downhill courses from the NCS series, a pro dirt jump section, and a section
featuring the best saves of the season, and much more.
[b]74. Third Down[/b]
Invictus Productions, 2002
Length: 34 min
Radically departing from their big huck films of the past, Thor Wixom and Phil Edlefsen have broken new ground by capturing the essence of pure technical riding skill in this latest installment of the Down series. With their unique style of camera work and innovative editing, Thor and Phil have created their most dynamic film to date.
[b]75. Torque VideoMagazine 4[/b]
Heavyweight Productions, 2003
Length: 30 min
Many riders doing many things in this Mountain Bike video. Bearclaw, Geoff Gulevich, Chris Donahue builds a street ride. Kicking horse, BC and Australia. Preston Blackie sprocket ride trick tip. Norco's top industry riders. Races in Scotland, Quebec and Kaprun Worlds.
Much, much more!
One of the makers of the "Down" series, Phil Edlefsen, brings you a union of amazing riders and locations. Experience monster hucks, brutal crashes and see the first attempted front flip off a cliff by Phil Edlefsen himself. From cliff hucking, street trials, North Shore, dirt jumping to smooth trail riding, this video, along with a killer soundtrack, depicts the true thrill of the ride.