Death Science and Malvista Productions Presents the Revenge Run, from start to finish. This run was born from an idea that friends on the East Coast and specifically the Southeast should have a run to call their own. Starting in Rocky Mount, NC and winding through the NC lowlands, the run is the kind of life event most people desire, but few experience.
Crashes, engine mishaps, surprises, shakedown runs, pabst blue ribbon, cookouts, bonfires, island hopping on a motorcycle, roadside fixes, it's all here.
If you've never experienced blazing down a narrow island 90 miles from land, ocean on either side of you and riding in a pack of 100 or so choppers, then I truly feel sorry for you. As far as feelings go, it's a pretty good one.
Skateboarder Magazine "We probably should have intervened when our Senior Photographer Jonathan Mehring got together with the globetrotting filmer Patrik Wallner to concoct some harebrained excursion to another third world country for a skateboarding trip, especially when they started throwing motorbikes into the mix.
But as they say, the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward, which is probably why the likes of Jerry Hsu, Keegan Sauder, Joey Pepper, Javier Mendizibal and Michael "Michi" Mackrodt were game to accompany them on this journey down nearly the entire length of Vietnam despite some of their limited past experience with riding motorbikes."
Gaining momentum from it’s preceding namesake “Elevate 2 Still Climbing” rises above as an artistic showcase of elite motorcycle racing. Giving greater focus to the drive and passion fueling these extraordinary athletes beyond the limits of expectation. This film explores deeper into the obscure world of professional hill climbing, giving particular attention to the insight and perspective of individual riders. Stepping up his own commitment to innovation and style, director Jeremy Miller further demonstrates maturity in the “gnarly” genre of action sports cinematography, with his own flavor of nitro injected intensity.
Featured NAHA riders: Jason Smith, Bret Peterson, Max Simmons, Logan Mead. Exclusive exhibition hill climbing footage and interview with Mike Metzger “The Godfather”. Includes additional riding action from Austin Fox, Casey Curtin, and more.
Filmed on location at NAHA sanctioned events and private locations in California, Utah, and Wyoming.
DP/Director/Editor- Jeremy Miller [Jmills]
Produced-Jmills ENT. jmillsent.com and Brand Iconic brandiconic.com
Additional Cinematography- Austin Balls, Zach Heaton, Jace LeRoy
Music- Night Owl by Broke For Free
Sponsors- Pit Bull Energy, Simmons Racing, Team Action Machine, Team Peterson Racing elevatefilm.com
Film Release Date 11/16/11
In June 2012 our crew from Wrenchmonkees went across Europe to test our own Nordic Work Wear tailored by Kansas. Driving, wrenching and sleeping in our own garments for 10 days proved for us what works and what doesn´t. This is how it went…
We build motorcycles and we ride them. Motorcycles shape our lives. Since 2008 we have been building custom motorcycles for committed souls in most parts of the world. We love the spirit of old Japanese, British, Italian and American motorcycles. We create simple but distinctive motorcycles with an attitude. As well as in
bikes we also believe in clothing based on simple fundamentals that relate to our work life in the garage, driving bikes and our everyday life in Copenhagen. For a long time we have felt an urge to create our own clothes. Clothing that fit our desires and needs in the garage and on the road.
The WM A.C Nordic Workwear edition is created in collaboration with KANSAS, who has been a long-standing Danish workwear manufacturer since 1952. We respect KANSAS as a genuine label that crafted the work clothes of our fathers with pride and superior garment quality. Today we collaborate with KANSAS to craft the
best long lasting garage wear for our generation.
Filmed by: Simon Weyhe & Mathias Nyholm Schmidt
Edit by: Simon Weyhe
Graphics by: Victor Lieberath Studio
Music by: Ormen - WSLS Records
Shot on: Canon C300, Sony FS100, Canon 5D marklll, Zeiss & Leica glass and Kessler crane
Riders: Nicholas Bech, Per Nielsen, Andreas Mørk Hansen, Lars Lykkegaard, Anders Holm, Ulrik Nielsen,
John Perrier, Martin Bøgelund Beck, Henrik Justesen, Jesper Nicolaisen, Christian Lebrecht and Søren Fink
Thansk to: GOPRO, Kansas, May-Britt Gram & Domaine Des Girasols Rasteau
Lanakila MacNaughton is a Portland based photographer and motorcyclist. Involved in many outdoor sports from a young age, Lana began documenting her experiences through photography. After developing a passion for motorcycles in her early twenties, she started documenting many facets of motorcycle culture through her lens. Lana shoots in medium format on a Hasselblad CM.
Lanakila MacNaughton speaks to her influences and mission for her latest project, "The Woman's Motorcycle Exhibition: The Real Woman Who Ride." Spend a day with a few of these woman as they cruise the wooded backroads of Portland, Oregon.
The Women's Motorcycle Exhibition documents the new wave of modern female motorcyclists. The goal is to reveal the brave, courageous and beautiful women that live to ride. TheWomen's Motorcycle Exhibition is a traveling show. The mission is to discover and present female riders from all different communities, riding backgrounds, and styles, and maybe even influence some connectivity amongst riders from these different areas. Different communities and venues are invited to host the photo exhibit to aid in this discovery.
Lanakila is always looking for women to shoot. Above all, she hopes to illustrate, and really present, the freedom, independence, excitement and personalities’ of “the born to be free” woman motorcyclists.
Director // Austin Will
Producer // Lanakila MacNaughton
Woman featured in this film // Letizia Maria aka. Zia - Stormie Lynne Ray - Ginger McCabe - Jenny Czinder
Interview Audio Editing // Andrew Grosse
Music // Courtesy of Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside + Partisan Records