1. Hill climbing is a niche within a niche. It was one of the original tests of a cyclists skill, the proving ground before time-trials and road races. Now somewhat forgotten, a hardcore band of thin-limbed riders spend their Autumn sacrificing beer and cake for a shot at amateur bike racing glory.

    Director | Thom Heald
    B Camera | Camila Carlow
    Titles | Luke Spurgeon
    Thanks to | Sam Haire, Steve Watson, Bristol South CC, Aspect Film and Video


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  2. Pointed downhill, you hit the turn hard, brake a little late so you let off, trust in your bike. Lean the bike over and feel the tires grip, on the limit, not quite on the sidewall. Your arms tingle, everything makes sense and nothing matters for an instant. We’re not the only ones after this. Meet the world class downhill skateboarders of Santa Barbara who we met on a post work ride and dreamed up this collaboration. We thought we’d create a video of our dance downhill with these men, bike and board in unison, a shared expression of a life lived away from digital noise, where humans put faith in each other and their personal equipment.

    “Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.”
    ― Jack Kerouac


    DISCLAIMER: These riders (cyclist and skateboarders) are professional. Do not attempt! WARNING!

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  3. Bern a une vision pour les futurs environnements urbains. De nouvelles villes ou la verdure, les parcs et les pistes cyclables sont une priorité. Bern et iBike de Montreal au Canada partage cette vision. Le programme BBR de Bern et le projet de iBike sont né de cette vision et ensemble nous voulons la partager avec les villes et les communautés cyclistes.

    iBike ont développé l’idée derrière ces 2 vidéos, courts vidéos qui ont pour but d’imager les histoires de vélos méconnus de Montréal. L’année passée, Bern produisait son premier vidéo sous le titre de ‘’Bern sessions’’ à New York. Nous nous déplaçons maintenant à Montréal en partenariat avec LES APÔTRES et vélo iBike pour imager la communauté de pignon fixe de Montréal.

    iBike avait le désire de partager les histoires de messagers à vélo et la nouvelle série Montréalaise des ''Bern sessions'' était une occasion parfaite, de là l'inspiration pour le premier vidéo ''10 - 9: Tales From The Road''.

    Joignez vous à nous pour une super soirée sur la terrasse Saint-Ambroise Jeudi le 5 Juin à 7pm pour la première de '' MTL 10-9 : Tales From The Road''. Le premier de le série de 2 vidéos. Il y aura des prix, de la bière et des tirages!

    1ère place au festival vidéo Jackalope 2015


    Bern has a vision for the future of urban environments. Cities where parks, green spaces and bike lanes are a high priority. The Bern BBR program and vélo iBike project in Montréal are born from this vision. Together we are more and we want to share this vision with the cities and cycling communities.

    iBike developed the ideas for 2 video projects. Two short movies that will tell the underground cycling stories of Montreal. Bern video sessions started in New York last summer and Bern has now teamed up with Vélo iBike and LES APÖTRES to tell the fixed gear story of Montreal. iBike has always wanted to tell the story of the messengers and has taken this opportunity with Bern to be able to do so with the first video.

    The first video of the Montreal Bern sessions is titled ‘’ 10 – 9: Tales From The Road’’.

    Join us on the Terrace St. Ambroise Thursday June 5 at 7pm for the premiere of ‘’ MTL 10 – 9: Tales From The Road. The first video in a series of 2. There will be beer, prizes, raffles and giveaways. Join us for an epic night in MTL bike culture.

    1st place at 2015 Jackalope video fest


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  4. Rider
    Vittorio Brumotti

    Filmed and edited by
    Andrea Muggeo and Dominik J. Flacio Vischer

    Location: Sicilia (Italy)

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  5. outdoorresearch.com

    In summer 2011, Outdoor Research athlete Kyle Dempster took off on his bike across Kyrgyzstan with a couple mostly-accurate maps, a trailer full of climbing gear, and a vocabulary of 10 Kyrgyz words. He spent two months pedaling and pushing the bike more than 1200 km on roads of variable states of neglect, wading through wild rivers, dealing with corrupt military checkpoint staff, and soloing a handful of unclimbed alpine rock and mixed routes. He recorded the journey, his camera his only partner, friend, and sometimes the only receiving end of his conversations for days at a time.

    In 2013, Kyle’s self-shot footage of his journey in Kyrgyzstan made it to the desk of filmmakers Fitz Cahall and Austin Siadak, who were asked to look at the footage and see if there might be enough to chop together a 4-minute climbing film. They saw a lot more potential in it, and turned it into the 25-minute “The Road From Karakol,” which debuted at the 5Point Film Festival and took home the Best In Fest award.

    Artist: Lemolo
    Song: Open Air

    Artist: Exit Music
    Song: Modern Age

    Original score by Amy Stolzenbach

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