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Thursday
Jul112019

Finding Flow in New Zealand | Midpoint feat. Brandon Semenuk

It's commonly accepted that New Zealand is a pretty beautiful place. Likewise, it's commonly accepted that Brandon Semenuk is pretty good at making bike riding a beautiful thing. With Midpoint, the two collide. As always, the Rupsky Walker's filming style showcases the purity of Semenuk’s incredible style with an eye for appreciating the intricacies of what he achieves on a bike. Long may the RevelCo productions continue.

Monday
May062019

Yoann Barelli Presents Treasure Trail Squamish BC Double Black Diamond

Yoann Barelli take his viewers on the world's toughest trails and shows you how to ride them.

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Monday
Mar112019

Drew Bezanson vs Joyride 150

Sunday
Mar102019

Abstract 2 - Alius No Bad Days Mountain Bike Movie

Ab·stract /abˈstrakt,ˈabˌstrakt/ - Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence. Abstract is my mixtape. Collecting footage for a year on my own time and allowing myself to try new things. Experimenting with different ideas and songs. I try not to take things too seriously, making a project for myself because it's what I love to do. Spent a lot of time making this one, hope you enjoy it!

Music (In Order): Enigma - Panda Dub Golden Arrow - DARKSIDE Last Train - Allen Troussaint Ages - Incredible Polo Launch - Vandeluz, Marc 7 That's Life (Live at Dallas Memorial Auditorium 1968) - James Brown You're The One - PLÜM Wonder Dummied - Brooke Waggoner Ballade -Bakermat

Special Thanks:Jordie Lunn Aaron Grey Tom Van Steenbergen Carson Storch Daniel Fleury Dillon Butcher Ryan Morris Logan Peat & Coast Gravity Park Blue, Stella & Jessica RedBull Chris Ashforth Max Barron Kendall Mclean, Jake Innis & Cole Nicol Bears Ride Bikes

 

No Bad Days!

Thursday
Jan172019

Matt Walker Joins Pivot Factory Racing

Matt Walker joins Bernard Kerr, Emilie Siegenthaler and Ed Masters on the Pivot Factory Racing Team for the 2019 season. The 28-year-old racer from Christchurch, New Zealand will focus on Downhill World Cups, EWS and Crankworx events. “It’s the whole package that makes this the dream team,” says Walker.  “I have amazing bikes and a bunch of legends to feed off and push each other all while having a few laughs along the way!”

Matt Walker is no stranger to Pivot Cycles racing them on and off early in his racing career. “I’m always drawn back to them as they have been hands down my favorite bikes to ride,” he says. Matt's first major race with the team will be Crankworx Rotorua - an event he excels at, leaving with the points lead in the King of Crankworx competition on more than one occasion.