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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 ›

Kiwis qualify high at Fort Bill

0 By on Sunday June 10 2012 in Racing

British GT riders dominated the qualifying for the DH World Cup at Fort William overnight, with Marc Beaumont and Gee Atherton topping the men’s list and Rachel Atherton showing the girls how it’s done. The Kiwis are all right in the mix as usual; Blenki… More ›

Spoke 46 Out Now

4 By on Wednesday May 2 2012 in Exclusives

If you’re a subscriber you’ll probably already have a copy of issue 46 of Spoke as they went out on Monday, but for the rest of you they will be on newsstands around the country tomorrow. You can purchase a real copy made from trees… More ›

I HEART FED EX (AND FOLLOW ME)

2 By on Monday April 26 2010

A Fed Ex parcel just turned up and as you can see it had some nuggets inside. The four premier discs for the NZ Follow Me tour (starting this week in Wellington). I haven’t done any work this morning as I had to watch it…… More ›

FOLLOW ME ā€” NZ PREMIERES

9 By on Friday April 9 2010

So I’ve just sorted the Auckland, Wellington (two screenings), Christchurch and Queenstown premieres for Anthill’s latest film Follow Me, featuring Gee Atherton and Stevie Smith in New Zealand. Tickets for the Auckland and Wellington screenings can be made over at the Firstfloor web shop or… More ›

CAN'T WAIT FOR FOLLOW ME? GO THERE NOW…

0 By on Tuesday January 19 2010

If you can’t wait for the New Zealand section in Anthill’s new film Follow Me then perhaps you should have a look at these two stunning Tourism New Zealand ads from B in the D. These bad boys would entice even the most hardened traveler… More ›

NIGHT DIGGING, WE'RE NIGHT DIGGING

4 By on Wednesday July 29 2009 in Exclusives

I just got this great e-mail from David Gordon in Hawkes Bay, where they have been night digging on a new trail inspired by Corners in Rotorua. It’s called Cannonball Lector and judging by the photos it looks like a lot of fun. 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 ›