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Movies for your Monday – Pinkbike – .


Caroline Buchanan First Women’s Front Flip en VTT : Caroline Buchanan has just made history at Audi Nines by unlocking an impeccably styled NBD, becoming the first woman to do a front flip on an ATV!


Greg Minnaar – This is my home: The schedule of one of the most successful downhill riders of all time doesn’t allow a lot of time to spend with family or friends, but one way or another – Greg Minnaar makes it work. Last winter we visited him in his hometown of Pietermaritzburg to film the latest episode of This is Home. He immediately welcomed us into his close circle of friends, family and fans, giving us a glimpse into his life off the racing circuit. Whether it’s playing a round of golf with his friends, going to his favorite cafe or having dinner with his family, it has become easy to forget his fame as the most successful downhill runner of all. the temperature. Greg was just another guy, with an immense amount of talent on two wheels, and a tight-knit community behind his back.


Greg Minnaar – Unfinished Business: The 39-year-old Greg Minnaar is redefining what an action sports athlete can do in the “final” years of his career, as he progresses steadily from year to year, with unmatched motivation to this day.


Myriam Nicole – Colors of Autumn in Morzine: After a short rest, Myriam Nicole (Pompon) resumed training, in the middle of the beautiful autumnal colors of Morzine!


Humiliated – Nino Schurter vs. Mike Levy: Levy learns what it takes to be a 9x World Champion.


Enter – Behind the Scenes with Evie: Evie Richards is the epitome of the all-in mentality of Trek Factory Racing. She’s fast, she’s fun, and the best person to take you behind the scenes of the biggest mountain biking movie of the year.


Jackson Goldstone – This is my home: Many mountain biking athletes start their careers early, honing their skills long before the first signs of adolescence. Then there is Jackson Goldstone. The youngster from Squamish, BC rose to fame in 2010 when a home video of him riding, jumping, dropping and spinning his balance bike on his way to kindergarten went viral. Since then, Jackson has risen to the top of the sport, already demonstrating a signature style in mountain biking movies and competing on the international stage, alongside some of the best riders and freeriders in the world.


Gracey Hemstreet – Winter Flow to Coast Gravity Park: Gracey Hemstreet, 16, hiking the trails from her home in Coast Gravity Park.


Reece Wallace – Flying My Plane To Ride Whistler Bike Park: Today I flew from my hometown of Nanaimo, BC on Vancouver Island to Whistler for the day. I shredded with my pal Daniel Ferri, then over-rotated Crab Apple before crushing my ding-dong between my seat and my pelvis. Needless to say, I lived to fly another day.


Day trip: At one point, we all woke up and had nothing on our minds other than to cycle from sunrise to sunset. Bellingham, WA has horseback riding most of the year, but a cool summer day was the perfect time to document a day trip with Branham and his Altitude. From a misty morning with perfect dirt to a sunny evening with warm light, it doesn’t get better than this. Driver: Branham Snyder. Video: Doug Jambor.


Dave Krone – Are you crazy? A big and warm welcome to our boy Dave Krone who has healed and is killing the streets of Florida again with a whole new role! No one rides a bike like Dave.


Matthias Dandois – Outside the network: Matthias has just become for the 9th time Flat World Champion but he wanted to push the genre even further under the objective of Alex Valentino. Create an offer where he pushes the limits of the flat with lines inspired in a truly aesthetic, artistic and accessible way. The result is something the general public can enjoy even if they don’t understand flattery.


Keep moving: Brandon Begin, Billy Perry, Justin Seiller, and George Duran hopped in the van for a week and went from NJ to Detroit and back, reaching places along the way. Montana Ricky, Anthony Catlow and Oscar Ruiz made sure to snag a few clips before they took off. Video: Scott McMenamin.


Skateboarders bombing the hills of San Francisco: Skateboarding the rugged hills of San Francisco is undoubtedly dangerous, but for those skateboarders it is a sacred place to find calm.


La partie « Airborne » the Tom Scissors : From the streets of the Middle East to the Sloan complex, Schaar is shutting it down completely. The stuff without pads / grables is in a league of its own.


Karelia: Karelia is the name of the geographical area in the northwest of Russia. Some people call this land along the Russo-Finnish border Scandinavia from Russia. Similar nature with large forest areas, numerous lakes, swamps, rivers and cool summers make this part of Russia a prime destination for hikers, campers, fishermen, mushroom and berry pickers. But how good can it be for skateboarding?


Freehand – Official Teaser: A short film starring Jake Mageau, directed by Brady Perron. An unconventional piece from an unconventional year. Living in the same Salt Lake City neighborhood, Jake and Brady have filmed entirely within 30 minutes of their home, forgoing travel for inspiration close to home. The result is a piece that only they could have created – down-to-earth, accessible, creative and breathtaking all at the same time.


How Criterion Collection is bringing movies back from the dead: Film restoration is an art form in itself.


How mushroom time lapses are filmed: Louie Schwartzberg is a pioneering artist who has filmed stunning footage of mushrooms growing over the past 15 years. WIRED goes behind the scenes with Louie to find out how these incredible timescales were made for Netflix’s Fantastic Fungi.


Running to save a watershed – Running to save a watershed: Running to Save a Basin This documentary takes us to the heart of the central Andes, Chile, where the Maipo River flows along the Cajon del Maipo, providing water to the 7.1 million people who live in the city of Santiago and supporting the ecosystem, its communities and its local traditions. But the river is threatened by the Alto Maipo hydroelectric project. Trailrunner and activist, Felipe Cancino, travels 120 kilometers (75 miles) with more than 5,800 meters (19 thousand feet) of vertical drop following the tunnels of the Alto Maipo. In his journey, Felipe reveals how this project modifies the course of the river, causing the disappearance of small towns and their customs, endangering Santiago’s water supply and having a lasting impact on the natural environment of this valley. Running to Save a Basin shows us the true value of this ecosystem and the high costs of the country’s development model. Will Chile choose another path? Let’s act now and protect Maipo forever: Patagonia.com/RunTo Run To Save a Watershed living in the city of Santiago, and support the communities, ecosystem and traditions of this valley. But the river is currently threatened by the Alto Maipo hydroelectric project. Local trail runner and activist Felipe Cancino travels 120 kilometers (75 miles) with more than 5,800 meters (19,000 feet) of elevation gain while tracing the route of the Alto Maipo pipelines. During his crossing, Felipe reveals how the project changes the course of the river, wipes out small towns and traditions, endangers Santiago’s water supply and forever impacts the natural environment of this valley. Run to Save a Watershed shows us the true value of this ecosystem and the high costs of the country’s development system. Will Chile choose another path? Take action to protect the Maipo forever: Patagonia.com/RunTo wiping out small towns and traditions, endangering Santiago’s water supply and forever affecting this valley’s natural environment. Run to Save a Watershed shows us the true value of this ecosystem and the high costs of the country’s development system. Will Chile choose another path? Take action to protect the Maipo forever: Patagonia.com/RunTo wiping out small towns and traditions, endangering Santiago’s water supply and forever affecting this valley’s natural environment. Run to Save a Watershed shows us the true value of this ecosystem and the high costs of the country’s development system. Will Chile choose another path?


Photo : Nathan Hughes

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