Regular visitor to New Zealand Clay Porter launched the website to his latest film project 3 Minute Gaps this morning. Clay and John Lawlor have been working on the project for the past couple of years and from what I've seen (a few sneaky stills) this is going to add a pretty serious notch in the CP Productions belt. I mean when you take the two best race cinematographers in existence, mix it up with Sven Martin's stills and throw in a slice of Clay's editing and musical goodness and you have a race vid that once again will set new standards. Anyhow that's enough pepper-grinding, below is the first teaser featuring Brendon Fairclough and over here is the website with full rider lists and other interesting shit. We will have pre-orders available soon in the Spoke shop (and we might even try for a Clay Porter Frankly Thursday seeing as he's in Queenstown filming right now!).
Not everything that Brendog and the team wanted to have in the final movie made it. See one idea that had to be torn down shortly after realising it wasn't going to work in its current state.
Brendan Fairclough and Clay Porter have teamed up to produce what will be one of the movies of the year when it's released next April, check out the first glimpse teaser of what we can expect...
Riding down volcanoes is as cool as it sounds
Cardrona turned on the weather for the 2017 DH nationals on Sunday as Alanna Columb and Keegan Wright were crowned this year's champions...
A montage of riding and racing from this year's DME at the Wairoa Gorge
More than just a race, the Dodzy Memorial Enduro is a weekend to live life, love it and ride bikes in the name of a man and his contribution to New Zealand Mountain Biking.
Norco Factory Racing and Race Face are parting ways but the guys at Norco wanted to show their gratitude to Race Face in a final tribute edit...
The Christchurch Adventure Park is officially open and our roving reporter Jay French was there mingling with the VIP's and finding out what all the hype was about...
Ben Karalus was selected for the NZ team to head to the World Champs in Italy but it turns out that he is more than one of our top junior DH riders but a budding photojournalist to boot...
Sam Hill shows us his early riding spots in his home town and his old local DH tracks in this new edit
Sam Hill shredding in the hills of Dolceaqua, Italy to the hardcore beats of 'Sick of it All'...today's must watch!
Team Ibis take the new Mojo HD4 to the top of the EWS team standings in Ireland this weekend, check out the new bike here.
New Zealand’s Anton Cooper has become just the second Kiwi to secure a cross-country World Cup podium with a brilliant third placing in Germany today.
Just look at those crowds! The Irish EWS must have been a great place to take a podium!
Find out who went fastest after slipping and sliding in Ireland for round four of the EWS.
Great head cam footage from Tracy Moseley ahead of EWS Round four - Ireland!
The EWS heads to Ireland this weekend and there is just one question on everyone's minds - can Greg Callaghan make it three out of three at his home race?