The trails of the Whistler Bike Park have seen their fair share of screen time over the years, from segments in our past films to your next-door-neighbour's POV edit. So, when it came time to filming the bike park segment for unReal, we knew we had to do something different.
On June 18th, 2015, the unReal world tour kicks off in Vancouver, BC. Tickets for the tour are ON SALE NOW! To purchase tickets, head on over to www.tetongravity.com/films/unreal/tour. You don't want to miss this!
Early last summer I had an unUsual email come across my inbox. It read something like this: “Hey Cam, we’re actually going to try to do that crazy glacier idea for unReal. We’ll be camping up there for 2 weeks and trying to find some rideable snow and ice. It will probably be a big challenge, are you into it...?”
Could you imagine how awesome it would be if Brett Rheeder and BMX legend Ruben Alcantara rode bikes together in Malaga, Spain? Oh wait...
Cam McCaul is no stranger when it comes to piles of dirt, from having input on major courses like Red Bull Joyride to helping shape his local jump spot at Post Office.
For our latest Dream Capture piece--Cam McCaul's The Pile--we asked Cam a few questions about how piles of dirt have helped shape his career, and how it all started at the infamous Post Office jumps in Aptos. Check out the interview below and watch the teaser for his upcoming edit: The Pile.
Garbage cans, parking lots, fences, soccer fields, delivery trucks… To most people, there is only one purpose to these ordinary objects: to do what their names intend. But Brett Rheeder is not most people.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the #NotBad Trek Ticket S Contest. We had over 30,000 entries but in the end, the randomly selected winner was Craig Pointer of the UK.
Brandon Semenuk has not created a style, he is the style. You can't fake that. #NotBad
Cam McCaul shows us how it's done, throwing down a #NotBad super flip on the Frew Farm in New Zealand.