Have you ever wondered what your dog dreams about? Projekt Roam decided to take a gander at depicting one of their little dog's dreams when they found themselves in the dream-like setting of fairy tale forests in Oakridge, Oregon. Hero dirt, fun, flowing trails, and unyielding, mesmerizing views just beg to be shredded and explored. It seemed to be the ideal setting to film and pay tribute to Projekt Roam's amazing, four legged family members.
Busy day in and day out throughout the winter, Projekt Roam held on to their Silver Star film footage. Now, in the clutches of spring fever, Projekt Roam has put together their Silver Star Bike Park edit in hopes of getting fellow riders amped for summer biking season. Silver Star offers lift accessed, progressive trails, no crowds, crisp, alpine-scented air, expansive views; what more could a rider ask for?
This http://www.GravityRideGuide.com webisode series features the best downhill and freeride mountain bike locations throughout North America.
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Production Company: eXposureTheory (http://www.exposuretheory.com)
Director: Colt Maule
Camera Operator: Colt Maule, Jessee Maule
Editor: Colt Maule
Massive mesas and mountains, banded in shades of red and white, dominate the horizon as Projekt Roam and friends gather in Virgin, Utah to partake in their own mountain biking experience at this renowned site. These majestic mountains call out to be explored. They beckon to riders to create their own paths and memories. Much of the terrain, hits, and lines are for riders of advanced skill level only, with more beginner friendly lines interspersed throughout the lower ridges. So get out there and experience what words can't describe.
Head wind is an inspiring phenomenon: Every time I come home from riding the mountains, my mind is full of new impressions. This short film sums up some of the simple yet complex insights that struck me while riding my mountainbike.
Enjoy. And please share your learnings.
*Winner of the Audience Award at the International Cycling Film Festival 2011*