Watch: The First Mountain Biking Movie Ever Filmed – “Freewheelin'”

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This movie, “Freewheelin’”, is purportedly the first mountain biking movie ever filmed, in 1985. The action doesn’t really get started until 1:56 but when it does, it’s surprisingly engaging–not just as a timepiece, but for conveying the spirit of mountain biking, no matter the year! Here is the full video description from Wolf Ruck on …

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Movie Trailer: “Darklight” Puts Unique Spin on MTB Movie Genre

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The official trailer for the upcoming movie Darklight has just been released, and Sweetgrass Productions has definitely put a unique spin on the MTB movie genre. Many of us here at Singletracks love to night ride, and this movie speaks to the soul of our LED-illuminated trail explorations. Granted, we don’t normally head out with colored …

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Mountain Biking Movie: “Path Finder”

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"Path Finder" [FULL MTB MOVIE] from ASF Studio on Vimeo. Kick back, grab a beer, and enjoy this full-length 48-minute mountain biking movie! Official description: “Over 9 months took to prepare, a new Kross supported video called “Path Finder” Film presents the trip of old enduro stagers, Mariusz Bryja and Tomek D?biec who visited wildest …

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Race Across the Sky 2010

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Last year’s Race Across the Sky was a great mountain bike movie that seemed to have it all: star power (Lance Armstrong), an epic clash between an outsider and a local hero (Armstrong and Dave Wiens), and a beautiful and harsh natural backdrop (Colorado, 10,000 feet above sea level). To top it all off the …

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Two Mountain Bike Films

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These days mountain bike movies seem to come in two flavors: documentary and music video montages. Both formats seem to work well, though we’re a little bummed no one has found a way to make a scripted mountain bike film that isn’t completely cheesy. Anyway, this week we came across two mountain bike films that …

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