MoreDirt Midweek Movies Round Up - 2
27 June 2012 | By AngusMcIntosh
It's that time off the week again, as we round up a selection of MTB videos for you to check out at work while the boss is not looking!
Fabien Barel presents Episode 2 Ripping Andorra with CG.
Fab is back again with more details about the life and times of the world's most famous dirt riders. This time it's a visit to Cedric Gracia's home terrain in Andorra. After years as competitors on the world cup DH circuit, these guys reconnect and discover their shared passion for the sport and the spirit of mountain biking.
Mountain Biking The North Face Lavaredo Ultra Trail.
Enjoy Rob Dean, Dan Milner and Josh Isbett, riding through the 96km of trails that compose the race course of The North Face Lavaredo Ultra trail. Completed in two days in high spirits beneath warm September sunshine...24h Bike Riding, 4800 m Ascent and 4800 m Descent.
Mt. Elbert Enduro 14433 ft.
Mt. Elbert has been in the back of my mind for a a few years now, both as a bike rider and a filmmaker. At a massive 14,443 ft. it is the tallest peak in Colorado and the a close second to being the tallest peak in the lower 48. It has one of the longest continuous descents I have ever seen or ridden on a mountain bike and countless stunning views. The ride is unreal. It made for a great day and a really fun story to share.
UCI Mountain Bike World Cup 2012 Fort William
Finally the dust has settled after another amazing weekend of downhill action at Fort William in the highlands of Scotland. The weekend had it all, sweltering heat, down pours of rain and the best downhill mountain bikers in the world competing on the UK's toughest track proving the Fort William is one of the best stops on the mountain bike world tour. Monster Energy's full crew of downhill riders were in attendance, check out this edit to catch up on all the teams action featuring Brendan Fairclough, Sam Hill, Josh 'Ratboy' Bryceland and Steve Peat.
How We Roll: Preview
An inside look into the world of the Santa Cruz Factory.
Andrew Shandro and Slash at Copper Harbor, MI
Freeride pioneer Andrew Shandro made the long trip from Whistler, British Columbia to remote Copper Harbor in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The new IMBA Ride Center was opening in Copper Harbor. Trek and Andrew Shandro were there to take part in the festivities and ride some great trails. Good riding in Copper Harbor. It's worth the trip.
Brandon Semenuk's winning run at JumpShip 2012
Well actually this is only one of the two runs that helped him to be this years winner of JumpShip 2012. Full video later this week bro. LeftCoastVisuals.com