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Love, Live, Laugh with Sabrina Jonnier

0 By on Saturday September 22 2012 in From Anka with Love

The downhill racing world had to say “Au Revoir” to another legend at the end of this season, and this time it was the “always smiling”, pink obsessed, super pinned, Sabrina Jonnier bidding us farewell and stepping away from being a professional downhill racer. Never… More ›

SHIMANO SAINT COMMERCIAL

0 By on Wednesday July 15 2009

For those that missed it the first time Anthill has reposted up the second Shimano ad. It makes for good viewing, trust me. This Saint ad features Wade Simmons and Andrew Shandro riding some sweet muddy trails and the camera work is NEXT level. More ›

THE TIPPING POINT REVIEW

0 By on Wednesday June 10 2009 in Reviews

So I received a copy of Clay Porter’s new film The Tipping Point in the mail yesterday and watched it last night in 32″ of LCD beauty. And I have to say it doesn’t disappoint. More ›

SUPER D(ARK) COMING SOONISH

0 By on Sunday June 7 2009

That’s right, Jono finally got his stuff together and organised a winter Super D series. There are some cool tracks and twists planned for the series and we will be posting all the info you need up here on the Spoke website. For the uninitiated… More ›

WE'LL SEE

0 By on Wednesday May 27 2009

Trek World Racing have a YouTube channel. And they update it with DH and XC content. Check it out here. More ›

A LITTLE LESS QUALIFYING FOR KELLY

0 By on Tuesday May 26 2009

You read that right, Kelly McGarry is on the invite list for Crankworx Whistler VW Trick Showdown. It looks like last year, where he went to both Crankworx Colorado and the Highland Jam in the hopes of qualifying (which he did in Colorado). He can… More ›

THE COLLECTIVE IS DEAD LONG LIVE ANTHILL

0 By on Tuesday May 19 2009

Yup that’s right, legendary MTB film production company The Collective is no more. But out of the ashes rises Anthill. Anthill is made up of five key members from the award-winning film company the Collective: Darcy Wittenburg, Darren McCullough, Colin Jones, Jonathan Shramm and Sterling… More ›

EPICLY ATHERTON

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Over the last couple of years the number of filmmakers out on the World Cup circuit has drastically increased. In the past they were all just trying to imitate Alex Rankin and Clay Porter. More ›

EDGE OF YOUR SEAT

1 By on Sunday May 17 2009

It was total edge of the seat stuff last night with round three of the World Cup in Andorra. Justin Leov looked like he was going to take Mick Hannah’s lead but after being well ahead at the midway split he emerged behind him in… More ›