It's not often that you get seven riders from different mountain bike disciplines shredding together in one segment. One one end of the spectrum you've got downhill superstars Rachel and Gee Atherton, and at the other end you've got slopestyle steez-cats Cam McCaul and Ryan "R-Dogg" Howard. Mix in a little bit of enduro and all-mountain riding from Andrew Shandro, Casey Brown, and Dan Atherton, and you've got yourself one heck of a trail segment. If this doesn't make you want to shred your bike, you need to check your pulse.
Not2Bad is what happens when some of the world’s best mountain bikers spend 30 days straight, running wild on anything that has two wheels... with cameras rolling at all times. It’s a mountain bike film that’s Not Dos Bad!
The Not2Bad film tour kicks off with the WORLD PREMIERE on June 15th, 2016 in Vancouver, BC at The Imperial Theatre. There will be two screenings, starting with an all-ages show at 6:15pm (doors 5:30) and a 19+ show at 9pm (doors 8:15). See you there!
For the next 24 hours (starting at 12:01am – 11:59pm PST) you can check out unReal for FREE on Pinkbike, Teton Gravity Research, Trek Bikes, and Bike Mag. Click through to watch...
On Friday, November 6th at 12:01am PST (9:00am CET) Anthill Films, Teton Gravity Research, and Trek will broadcast an online premiere of their newest mountain bike film, unReal, to the world. This will be a FREE premiere event, where the film will available to watch for a limited 24-hour time period.
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.
Every so often, an event happens in nature that is so profound, it belies the very foundation of reality. This is the stuff of legends and lore, a rare phenomenon that may only happen once in a lifetime. In order to witness such an event, we must suspend our judgement of what we think we know. We must let go, look to the sky, and believe.
Last week, Teton Gravity Research (TGR) and Anthill Films released one of the most acclaimed segments from unReal, Brandon Semenuk’s “One Shot” segment. It’s the first full segment in a mountain bike film shot in a single, continuous shot. The beautiful simplicity of the segment hides the extraordinary amount of work and coordination it took from the entire team to create.
"There comes a time in all our lives when we must let go of all the chaos and clutter of the modern world and tune our minds to a simpler idea…to see into that empty space just a few feet in front of us and see nothing else… to see the path ahead as a story yet to be written. Entire days of our lives can pass by without meaning, yet within these moments of absolute clarity there’s an entire lifetime worth remembering. It’s simply a matter of letting the rest of the world melt away…"
You can purchase unReal on iTunes for $14.99, or you can download it from one of the following platforms: Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, PlayStation, MGo (4k), and Vimeo on Demand. unReal is also available on demand on Comcast Cable VOD, DirecTV On Demand, and Dish On Demand.