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  • Riding The Long White Cloud – Full Documentary


    If you couldn’t tell, I love skateboarding; I also love bicycles. For over two decades I’ve been an obsessive skateboarder and bicycle fanatic. Yeah, it sounds kind of cheesy when you put it that way, but if there’s anything I’ve come to learn in the last 20+ years, it’s that there’s nothing quite like combining two great things and doing them both at the same damn time.

    Sometimes great things aren’t really mean’t to go together; red wine and sour candy, Mentos and diet cola, a hot shower in a tropical climate, road bikes and disc brakes (LOL) – you know what I mean? But when you take a bike tour in a place like New Zealand and combine it with some skateboarding, you’ve got yourself a surefire guaranteed fun-as-hell saga ahead you. “Riding The Long White Cloud” is a visualization of countless dreams I’ve woken up from, except that it actually happened.

    Check out this documentary by Alex Craig, featuring some of my favorites: Rick McCrank, Silas Baxter Neal, Cairo Foster, John Rattray, Keegan Sauder, Chris Haslam and Kenny Anderson.

    So kick it back, grab yourself a choice beverage and start planning a journey of your own.

  • A Fat Bike Freeride Film: 2 Fat 2 Furious


    I thought those photos from the Budnitz FTB fat bike shoot were awesome, but then I saw this and had to pass it along. How many of you guys out there with fat bikes have fantasized about this exact scenario? Videos like this make it impossible not to miss my Neck Romancer and the heavy snow we’re known to get back in Vermont.

    Enjoy 2 Fat 2 Furious – A Fat Bike Freeride Film featuring Geoff Gulevich, Wade Simmons, and Noah Brousseau for Rocky Mountain Bicycles.

    Filmed & Edited by Liam Mullany
    Additional Cinematography by Harrison Mendel
    Produced by Liam Mullany & Brian Park
    Special Thanks to Cory Leclerc & Eric Simmons
    Music: Jet Trash — Baby C’mon

  • Bike Magazine: Vermont’s Kingdom Trails – East Burke


    Here’s a really solid piece from Bike Magazine on the Kingdom Trails out in East Burke, VT. If you couldn’t tell, Vermont’s been on my mind quite a bit lately; and this video evokes equal doses of homesickness and summer stoke.

    The Kingdom Trail system is not only an amazing network of trails ranging in technicality and terrain, the trails also span the land of 60 private landowners, all of whom have given permission to the Kingdom Trails Association for use. That’s a tight-knit and special community if you ask me.

  • New York City Cyclists – Video Portaits Vol 2


    Really loving this concept here from Stay Alive Studios. I’m a huge fan of photo portraits, but video portraits give you an even better feel for the subject and their surroundings.

    Featuring:
    #1 – Elizabethiz Power
    #2 – Greg Ugalde
    #3 – Angela Sorensen
    #4 – Brian Green
    #5 – Emily Edson
    #6 – Kevin Gutierrez
    #7 – Heidi Kamp
    #8 – Nemo
    #9 – Tess Davis
    #10 – Angel R.

  • Hacheon Park Riding Seoul – State Bicycle Co.


    This definitely has me missing Seoul. The last time I went, it was only for a short weekend-long skate trip. After watching Hacheon Park rip around the city I’m realizing another trip is in order, this time I’ll just have to bring my bike with me.

    via State Bicycle Co.

  • The Hangover Trail In Sedona, Arizona – Nate Hills


    Wow, the Hangover Trail in Sedona, Arizona is absolutely insane. The younger me would be loving the sketchiness, but I can’t say the same for myself right now.

    Anyway, full-screen this one and watch Nate Hills rip.

    Read  up more about riding the Hangover trail here.

  • Bikepacking the Mongolian Steppe


    This is a really good watch. Being in China and having a few friends who are of Mogolian decent, I’ve always been curious about what it would be like to ride around Inner Mongolia, especially on a bikepacking trip.

    Funny thing is, as I was making my usual rounds online I came across this video from Jay Ritchey of Jay Bird Films titled “Bikepacking the Mongolian Steppe” and immediately decided to check it out.

    If you’ve got the time, I suggest you do the same. Even if you’re busy with work, make sure to bookmark this one and give it a watch.

  • Thrasher Magazine Double Rock: The Worble


    Holy hell this is awesome. Sorry for doubling up on the skateboarding posts, but I just couldn’t let this one slide.

    You’ve seen The Worble featured here before, but incase you haven’t, these are some of my homies from back in Vermont and they’re out in California making a name for themselves. I saw a little while back that they were filming this Double Rock for Thrasher Magazine and have been eagerly waiting to check it out since. Hit play and I guaruntee that you won’t be able to take your eyes off the screen.

    Featuring: Andy Dicker, Steve Mull, Alex Farrara, Ivan Glenney, Brian Glenney, Rick Rossi, Dave Mull and Nate Benner.

    More shenanigans at The Worble.