- STUND 3 (novo/new)
- Mountain Bike Chronicles (Season01) by Red Bull (novo/new)
- From The Inside Out by Coastal Crew (novo/new) Temporarily unavailable!!!
- District Ride by Red Bull (novo/new)
- Skills for Thrills
- 3 Minute Gaps by Clay Porter
- NSX 10 – The Last Digg by Todd ‘Digger’ Fiander
E01: The crew spends some time shredding around on the local trails, then we head over the Garett’s backyard for some serious big jump lines, and finish off with an old trail from DropIn times that was re-vamped by Kinrade.
It’s a way of life in Nelson, have fun, ride bikes with friends, and do it again the next day. Nelson is home to Kinrade, Buehler, and Sorge, and they all wanted to show off their little piece of heaven to the rest of the world. It’s impossible to showcase just how rad the place is in just one episode, but it will have to do for now.
E02: Williams Lake
E03(Cable caming the Sunshine Coast): Local filmmaker Bjorn Enga, from the legendary Kranked series, steps in with his RedCam cable system for some ultra crispy shots, Linden and Holly Feniuk guide us around and show us what’s up in their backyard, and Romo embarks on a personal quest to find some famous pacific coast fish to throw on the BBQ. You’d think it wouldn’t be that hard!
E04 (Big Bikes in Big Mountains): Episode 4 takes us from the Sunshine Coast to the alpine ridges and slopes of the Purcell Mountains for some true Freeriding!
Panorama Mountain Resort hooked us up for a few days while we shredded the mountain and found some super fast alpine single track. Once we had our fill we went on a search for some serious big mountain lines deep into valleys of the Purcell Mtn. range. Local legend and DropIn season 1 star Byron Grey joined us for a day of shredding in his back yard and keep us laughing the whole time.
E05 (Sending it in the loops!): We set out to take our mountain bikes to their full potential. To utilize all the technology and design. Years of progression from riders and the companies that have supported them have pushed the sport to this. These bikes truly are mountain warriors. We are the gladiators laying stake to what is ours! Freeride.
Ep6 (The Best of STUND): For those of you who have been following STUND this year and the past 2 season you all know what this show is about. Mountain Biking Lifestyle. That says a lot actually. We live and breath what we do in our lives and when you give that much of your life to a sport in the way which we do, it becomes your life. The Best Of STUND is a chapter in each of our lives. There’s no doubt that each year we leave a legacy behind with this show. The time, energy, sacrifice and finances that each member of our crew gives to make this show can not be fully understood by anyone. We do this for the love, and we think that’s why everyone should be in this industry.
Riders: Bjorn Enga, Garett Buehler, James Doerfling, Mike Kinrade and Steve Romaniuk.
- Ep.1: Supergarage – Pop Pop Radio
- Ep.1: Lehtmojoe – Tom Petty
- Ep.1: Phatheads – Beat Like What
- Ep.1: Jaya The Cat – Thank You Raggae
- Ep.1: BellaDonna – Drum Boogie
- Ep.1: Face To Face – The New Way
- Ep.1: MG! – Rukus Guitar
- Ep.1: Teddybears Stockholm – Different Sound
- Ep.2: OohLaLa – Yeah People
- Ep.2: Dirty Heads – Taint
- Ep.2: Karch Kale – Spirits In The Material World
- Ep.2: Ziggy Marley – Electric Avenue
- Ep.2: Fugazi – Waiting Room
- Ep.2: Blockhead – Get Your Regal On
- Ep.3: OohLaLa – Yeah People
- Ep.3: Bloc Party – Like Eating Glass
- Ep.3: Just Jack – Doctor Doctor (Fred Falke Remix)
- Ep.3: Monsieur Blumenberg – La Vita
- Ep.3: Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks
- Ep.4: OohLaLa – Yeah People
- Ep.4: Broken Bells – The Mall & Misery
- Ep.4: The Who – Eminence Front
- Ep.4: Social Distortion – Sick Boy
- Ep.5: OohLaLa – Yeah People
- Ep.5: Empire Of The Sun – Walking On A Dream
- Ep.5: Dangermouse – Ghetto Pop Life
- Ep.5: Anti Flag – The Press Corpse
- Ep.5: Bay City Rollers – Saturday Night
- Ep.6: OohLaLa – Yeah People
- Ep.6: Jose Gonzalez – Down The Line
- Ep.6: Good Riddance – Darkest Days
- Ep.6: Ladyhawke – Magic
- Ep.6: The Faint – The Geeks Were Right
- Ep.6: Unwritten Law – Teenage Suicide
- Ep.6: Young MC – Bust A Move
Mountain Bike Chronicles (Season01) by Red Bull
01. Looking back – Riding forward
The Freeride mountain bike world tour goes into it’s second round as we meet up with world champion, Cameron Zink. He gives us an overview of his life as a professional mountain biker and his success from last season. We also follow him to the first tour stop of 2011, the Vienna Air King in Austria.
02. Getting back in the dirt
For this episode of Mountain Bike Chronicles, we head over to South Africa where we follow Gee Atherton as he goes at it once again defending his world championship title. We also hook up with the well-rounded Rocky Mountain Freeride team in Kamloops, Canada for some great fun at this mountain bike playground.
03. Alex Prochazka meets ranchstyle FMB
Whistler, BC is an action sport mecca and home to mountain bike rider Alex Prochazka. Alex Prochazka is the second rider to land a double backflip in a competition and one of the best freeriders out there and that not just on his bike but also with a pair of skies. We also take a look at the famed Ranch style contest, the third stop of the freeride mountain bike tour, which boasts some spectacular man-made hits.
04. Söderström goes all in at Dirt Masters
Hop on as we follow Sweden’s Martin Söderström at the freestyle mountain bike tour stop in Winterberg at the SKS Dirt Masters, where he tries to compete in the downhill, 4cross, and slopestyle events. Three competitions whew!
05. Stakes Rise in Scotland
We’re in Scotland for the Fort William UCI event as we catch up with the first family of mountain biking: the Athertons. We also look at all the best action from the men’s and women’s events and check out the technical specs of the Athertons’ bikes.
06. Hunting for Big Terrain
On this episode of Mountainbike Chronicles we are in Leogang, Austria for another UCI event on the tour. We catch up with Steve Pete and Greg Minaar who fill us in on the event itself as well getting to grips with carbon fiber tech in the bikes themselves. Also we follow the routes of freeride mountain biking in Canada.
07. 26 Trix Competition and Robby Bourden in BC
On this episode of Mountainbike Chronicles we are in Leogang, Austria for the annual 26 Trix event. We also catch up with FMB rider Robbie Bourden as well as Andreu Lacondeguy in one of the best mountain biking regions – Nelson, Canada.
08. The Claymore Challenge
On this episode we catch up with Darren Berrecloth as he makes his return after a brutal back injury into the competitive season. We then check out the Claymore Challenge at Highland Mountain Bike Park in Northfield, NH for some serious style.
09. Who Has the Mountain Style?
In this high flying, action packed episode of Mountain Bike Chronicles we head to Colchester with Sam Pilgrim as he gears up for the 1st big mountain event of the year.
10. Anne UP
We are in Mount Sainte Anne, Quebec for the Mountain bike World Cup Festival as the world’s best hurl themselves down this tricky downhill track.
We have all the best action from the event plus we catch up with the Athertons as they try and relax between events.
You even get a peek at the build up for the Red Bull Joy Ride course at Whistle with course designer and builder Paddy Kayne. So sit back and enjoy.
11. On a Roll in New York
Another stop of the gnarly UCI Downhill World Cup in New York, where the best downhill racers fight for the win.
We follow Troy Brosnan at the race and get to last year’s junior’s world cup champion aswell as Kurt Sorge and his innovative filmer Ralphie.
12. Joy Riding
Crankworx is one of the largest gravity-fueled mountain bike festivals in the United States. FMB Riders compete to climb up on the world ranking list and get ready for the final stops. Tom Prochazka will introduce us to the art of building and designing state of the art mountain bike parks.
13. Island Life at the Bearclaw Invitational
On this episode of Mountain Bike Chronicles we go to Vancouver Island in Canada to check out the only rider built competition of the tour – the Bearclaw Invitational.
Darren Berrecloth gives us a behind the scenes look before giving the riders the full west coast islander experience.
14. Final MTB World Cup Race of the Season – Val Di Sole
For the last episode of the season, we are on site in Val Di Sole where the UCI tour winner is announced. We then take a glimpse at how the pros get ready for the big day.
Riders: Alex Prochazka, Cameron Zinc, Dan Atherton, Gee Atherton, Greg Minaar, Martin Söderström, Rachel Atherton and Steve Peat.
From The Inside Out by Coastal Crew (novo/new)
Many past films, riders, and locations have inspired us. Some of those locations are now our backyards, and some of those riders are now our friends. From the Inside Out is our adventure to the places we’ve always wanted to ride, and our expression of the lines and styles that have influenced us. This is freeride mountain biking. This film is from us – the riders.
Written, directed and edited by The Coastal Crew and produced by Anthill Films, From the Inside Out was filmed entirely in British Columbia, the birthplace of freeride, and features some of the sport’s best riders, including: Brandon Semenuk, Steve Smith, Thomas Vanderham, Matt Hunter, Graham Agassiz, Mike Hopkins, Kenny Smith & The Coastal Crew. Photography by Nicolas Teichrob
Riders: Brandon Semenuk, Graham Agassiz ,Kenny Smith, Matt Hunter, Mike Hopkins, Steve Smith and Thomas Vanderham.
- Reid – Diptera
- Shaun Gregory – Brandon Intro
- Nero – My Eyes
- Germany Germany – River
- Chase & Status – Blind Faith
- Egadz – Glock Out
- Digitalism – 2 Hearts
- Tapes N Tapes – Freak Out
- Zion I – Let Me Holla
- Chase & Status – Is It Worth It
- Kids of 88 – Ribbons On Light
- The Wilderness Crew – Killers of The Funk
District Ride by Red Bull
After five long years of waiting, it is settled: The Red Bull District Ride is coming back to Nuremberg! For years, fans have been waiting, guessing and hoping – now it’s official.
On September 9th and 10th, the most spectacular event in bike history will once again keep the 40,000 expected fans of urban freeriding on their toes. The Red Bull District Ride is all about style and speed: The riders tear down the track from start to finish as fast as their wheels will carry them and show truly sensational tricks on the various obstacles along the way. Just like in past years, the course snakes through the entire historic city center with the obstacles in various districts definitely being an extreme challenge – even to the world’s best 25 riders.
The last time the Red Bull District Ride called the absolute riding elite of the freeride mountain bike scene to Nuremberg was in 2006. The freeride sport was still young and witnessing what the athletes could do with a “regular” mountain bike, many of the 40,000 spectators could not believe their eyes. However, that performance is sure to be outdone since the sport has gone through a rapid development. Tarek Rasouli, initiator and sports director of the event says: “The level of tricks has risen dramatically and is higher than ever before – meaning that we can expect some unprecedented biking action. Furthermore, since the Red Bull District Ride also represents the final event of the FMB World Tour, the riders will show their best performance to score maximum points for the world ranking.”
Starting at the venerable emperor’s castle “Kaiserburg” , in 2011 riders will once again drop into the course over a gigantic castle wall drop that can boast to be the only one of its kind in the world. After that, the athletes cover roughly one kilometre in about 90 seconds, until they arrive at the finish on the market square. On their way, they’ll not only have crossed Nuremberg’s city center but will also have traversed the different variations of the mountain bike freeride sport – with the crowd watching right beside the course. “The participants and all young spectators of every age will definitely enjoy themselves this year. Personally, I’m looking forward to a contest with lots of excitement and pure biking action”, says Nuremberg’s mayor Dr. Ulrich Maly.
After only three editions in 2005 and 2006, the Red Bull District Ride has already achieved a legendary status in the scene and is still fresh in the minds of the locals. For the new edition coming up in September, the organizers are intending to surprise riders as well as fans once again with a monumental course design.
Riders: Amir Kabbani, Andreu Lacondeguy. Anthony Messere, Brandon Semenuk, Cameron Zink, Darren Berrecloth, Martin Söderström, Sam Pilgrim, Sam Reynolds, Teo Gustavson, Thomas Genon and Yannick Granieri.
Skills for Thrills
Skills and Thrills DVD – a one-on-one riding master class with Fabien Barel.
For the uninitiated, when it comes to flat-out, calculated riding, there’s no-one as impressive as Barel. Every nut, bolt and washer on his bikes have been hand-selected and mused over, every tiny riding input fed through a nervous system finely tuned to eking speed out of the trail. In other words, there’s a lot that he can help you out with when it comes to riding.
MBUK tech ed Rob Weaver was out in Nice with Fabien for the latter stages of filming and was blown away, “Riding with Fabien really opens your eyes as to what can be done on a mountain bike,” he said, “His calculated approach to going fast and his understanding of riding technique is quite astounding. His ability to break down techniques and explain exactly what’s happening or what needs to happen is a valuable tool which will help bring your skills on no matter what sort of riding you’re into.”
There’s over an hour’s worth of riding wisdom crammed in which will take you through the very basics of set-up, equipment and riding right up to full-on trail-shredding techniques that’ll have your mates jaws hanging open and trail centre regulars shouting “Oi! No professionals!”
Rider: Fabien Barel.
3 Minute Gaps by Clay Porter
For two years the crew of 3 MINUTE GAPS have followed the world’s best mountain bike racers around the globe documenting them as they trained, prepared, rode, ate, traveled, raced, celebrated, commiserated, and made sacrifices simply because of the weight of ambition to be the fastest. There is no truer, more accurate and intimate depiction of the hallowed worlds of the very best World Cup rider’s than 3 MINUTE GAPS.
Filmed in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA, and every round of the 2009 and 2010 World Cup Series and World Championships.
Director Clay Porter has traveled the world capturing a story of triumph and struggle.
From multiple World Champions to future World Champions – including Gee Atherton, Sam Hill, Aaron Gwin, Sam Blenkinsop, Brendan Fairclough, Greg Minnaar, Andrew Neethling, Danny Hart, Matti Lehikoinen, Ben Reid, and Josh Bryceland – this film chronicles the new breed of racers who are re-shaping modern downhill racing, and indeed, riding.
This movie is more than a Post-It note stuck on a page of mountain bike history, it is a leather bound pop-up book printed on sheets of polished stone with a crystal ball for the contents. For years to come this movie will still be referenced in conversations and discussions about when riding was re-imagined.
Riders: Aaron Gwin, Josh Bryceland, Andrew Neethling, Ben Reid, Brendan Fairclough, Danny Hart, Gee Atherton, Greg Minnaar, Matti Lehikoinen, Sam Blenkinsop and Sam Hill.
- The Qemists – Your Revolution
- Seb Taylor – Eerie Times
- Rob Zombie – Dragula
- Tony Morales – Controversy
- Jakalope – Pretty Life
- Brady Ellis and Mark Moore – Subversion
- Alice in Videoland – Lay Me Down
- Brady Ellis – Transformectomy
- Seb Taylor – Trail Ripper
- The Qemists (ft. Wiley) – Dem Na Like Me
- The Bloody Beetroots – Butter
- Kays Alatrakchi – Restless Reason
- Kays Alatrakchi – Dissention
- Zebra and Giraffe – The Inside (USB Human Remix)
- Tony Morales – Cold War
- Jonathan Greer – Highwire
- Seb Taylor – Breaking Strain (Epic Tribal Mix)
- Walter Werzowa – Chaos Theory
- Brady Ellis – Disaster Blaster
- Shiny Toy Guns – Major Tom
NSX 10 – The Last Digg by Todd ‘Digger’ Fiander
Being the last installment from the widely popular North Shore Extreme series, a combination of some previously shot footage and never before seen footage featuring such riders as Wade, Ritchie and Gully. Also included are the riders perspective of Digger and how it’s been working with him over the years. The north shore style of riding has changed over the years and these riders have been instrumental pushing the freeride scene with Digger behind the lens documenting the progression.
Riders: Dan Cowen, Geoff Gulevich, Jerry Willows, Matt Juhasz, Richie Schley, Ryan Berrecloth and Wade Simmons.