"I was starting to realize that I had more fun riding mountain bikes than doing anything else I did growing up, and at about 16 years old I made it my primary goal to make mountain biking my life from that point forward." - Carson Storch
Check out the complete photo epic and story at http://fal.cn/TIH_Storch
Featuring: Carson Storch
Directed by: Harrison Mendel
Cinematography By: Harrison Mendel and Liam Mullany
Edited By: Harrison Mendel
Sound Design: Racket Sound
Title Design: Studio Dialog
Still Photography: Tyler Roemer
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Wyn & Eddie cruise around Queenstown in their usual upbeat style. It’s what riding is all about, having a laugh with your mates, while riding uphill with some maccas.
A unique look into what goes on to put together a video part on a film of this magnitude.
The new Shimano STEPS E7000 groupset hits the marketplace, featuring new shift switches, drive unit, display unit and smartphone customisation options.
After much speculation and intrigue the Big Blue S has entered the 12 speed drivechain market with a bang.
Shimano GR9 Long term test
Jill Kitner is one of the most decorated female athletes on two wheels, Shimano take you inside her world to find out what makes her tick
Hutchinson releases their new All mountain / Freeride tyre, the Griffus, with this rad edit in the Queenstown backcountry.
Shimano continue their 'This is home' series with dirt jumping hero Carson Storch, who made the journey to Queenstown last summer for McGazza Fest
Wade Simmons, Rémi Gauvin, Vaea Verbeeck, and Carson Storch take their new Rocky Mountain Altitudes to the four corners of the earth to shoot our new film.
A little photo montage of Saturday night's jump jam at McGazza Fest including our picks for whip of the night...
Wyn TV brings the post race chat after one of the most epic races in a long time. Stoked to see the old school style track back on the circuit. Enjoy.
Semenuk does his thing in a stunning visual masterpiece filmed here in New Zealand.
A great watch, and a bloody good lesson in technical riding at that. Joe Barnes and crew continue to take a unique looking at riding bikes, and have a laugh doing so.
The 50to01 crew continue to keep the vibes high with this ridiculous feat of man power. Digging themselves the dream bowl.
This is a very good watch. All killer no filler from Reece Wallace in this bid for Rampage.
Reece Potter never fails to impress. If you thought all the gaps at the bikepark were done, think again. The boy likes to go big. #reeceforrampage
Young Matt Begg is back and this time he’s tearing up Wanaka’s Lismore Park, check out his silky skills in this stunning edit by Hunter Paull.
Hailing from Ashburton young Matt Begg announces his arrival on the NZ bike scene with this cool edit from Hunter Paull
If you’re lucky enough to have got yourself a copy of our latest issue, you’ll have read the cool article on Jackson and Rose Green and their tandem bike. Check out this great video on them by The Perfect Line…
In a matter of 6 years, Martin Maes has gone from being a rookie teenager with abundant potential to one of the best mountain bikers in the world
Devinci give us a look into the life of their top EWS rider Damien Oton. The French wizard has gone from a full time plumber to a professional biker in just a few years and has had a daughter in that time too.
Take a journey behind the scenes as the DEITY crew spotlight Vaea Verbeeck as she runs through an onslaught of events at Crankworx Whistler