Archive for the ‘Bicycle’ Category

Vans // French Family Trip

A Vans European Vacation, or perhaps just a good excuse to gather the whole crew together, in one place, for a whole week.

Massan x Macaframa Raw

“We filmed this Hill in April 2011 during the very beginning of production for Macaframa’s second feature. This was filmed with our initial car mount system that is not as sturdy as the current setup, therefore being a little shakier than our standard for what will make it into the film. That being said, Massan kills it on every road he touches. Enjoy.”

Riders Way: Mountain In The Mist

Mountain in the mist. Foundation Riders way.

Film directed by VM Project.

Above The Dust

Danny MacAskill: Industrial Revolutions

Industrial Revolutions is the amazing new film from street trials riding star Danny Macaskill. Filmed & edited for Channel 4 ‘s documentary Concrete Circus.

Aimless: A Mike Manzoori Film

Aimless – a Mike Manzoori film for “Public Domaine” at La Gaite Lyrique.

Featuring Jose Rojo, Tyler Bledsoe, Kyle Leeper, Nathan Williams, Cairo Foster, Ben Skrzypek, Aidan Campbell, Ryan Sherman.

Ondra Bělohoubek // Pardubice 2011

Rider: Ondra Bělohoubek // Location: Pardubice (Czech Rep.) // Camera & Edit: Adam Štrojsa.

Sound: Chase & Status – Hitz (Ft. Tinie Tempah).

An Evening With H I D E O U T B M X

Just a chill edit from an evening of bike riding with a few of the Hideout boys: Louis Morris, Mikey Palmer & Gaz Docker.

Filmed & Edited by Rob Palmer.

Rune Glifberg In Copenhagen

“It’s really just about enjoying your community, the good company and each other as friends and skateboarders.” Speaking at his Silver Anniversary event, burn unit skateboarder Rune Glifberg gets nostalgic about the most important skatepark in his career, where it all started off…

Here are his thoughts. Directed by Simon Weyhe.


Bikelordz: Stunts & Styles from Ghana

Bikelordz is a short documentary about the self-taught, self-invented bicycle culture which young people in Accra have created and passed on to their younger contemporaries over time. It follows crews of these young bicycle gurus as they try and use their skills to make money, gain recognition, and live on their own terms.”