This is a horrible edit. I’m 99% sure they let Youtube stabilize their video which is the first mistake. It makes it basically unwatchable because it’s so choppy. The second mistake is the soundtrack.
I’m mostly posting this for those of y’all who were curious about the buzz about a race in Colombia called the CBO Medellin. I couldn’t handle watching the whole thing, but I did manage through enough to see the track because I was one of the curious people. If you thought the Grands track was technical, you couldn’t even make it past the first turn on this thing.
I think Road Bike Party 2 is even better than the first, especially since the party gets bigger with Chris Akrigg and Danny Macaskill joining in with Martyn Ashton. I can’t say “watch this one clip” because they’re all seriously amazing, but I was really impressed that he could hop that bike over the tennis net. Press play, sit back, and wonder how any of this is possible.
Not sure how this one slipped through the cracks (it probably came out during one of my busy weeks of school), but this Joey Gough edit isn’t an edit you want to miss. She has so much talent and definitely holds her own on some good sized trails and race tracks. I know it looks like she easily jumped some doubles that I’m sure I’d second guess. Since starting Next Level, she’s definitely become one of my favorite riders to watch ride. Great work Joey!
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I am really stoked to be posting this video on my website! I’ve known Sam for a while now and his filming/editing skills have come incredibly far. He got together with Sawyer Boyd, Austin Brunger, and Dalton Arnett while the racing world was in Tulsa battling for number plates. This is a 9 minute edit, but it goes by in what seems like two minutes. So much style out of these kids.
And good call on the last section to use a Japanther song, Sam!
“Nothing beats traveling to ride your bike.” – Kriss Kyle
Video by BSD.
Watch Tyler Whitfield’s crank blow off out of the second turn. I’d be furious if this happened to me.
My mind is blow right now. I knew Tommy Zula was good, but I didn’t realize how talented he really was. I heard some stuff about how easily he cleared that step up in the SX straight at Ohio Dreams, but he made it look way too easy. That is a massive jump. And he tap manualed the table before it. The dude has some serious style.
I also didn’t know he could ride a skatepark so well. Watch this edit a few times just to take it all in. It’s definitely one of the best edits from 2013.
Filmed & Edited by Jamie Allender x Matic for DK Bicycles.
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Its Moto time. This is the short film I have been working on these past few months and am releasing it today. Turn it up loud and please enjoy.
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Sullivan Breton from France getting his video on. Nice flow to this edit giving it a motion picture feel.
As far as production quality is concerned, this is on the higher end of things. Marc Killian, who sent this in, and Kevin Sanchez Perez get their style slowed down as they put in some laps in front of the lens. Here’w what he had to say:
“I sent you a video we did last week with a productor in the spanish track of San Vicente del Raspeig, in the area of Alicante. The camera we used was a Sony who record something about 400 frames/s and the video is completly done in slow motion.”
Film by Lucas Sempere for Eternia.