Pro Mountain Bikers Examine Their Relationship With Falling (On and Off the Bike)

On two wheels, we are in a constant dance with gravity, moving to avoid falling. EWS racers Andréane Lanthier Nadeau and Miranda Miller and Olympic skier Brittany Phelan meditate on the process, impact and emotion of falling in this short film produced by The New Yorker. An examination of the headspace of pro athletes and risk takers, and a peek into the pull of risk versus reward, this documentary is a refreshingly unique look at our sport.

3 Years Building a $12M Mountain Bike Trail in the New Zealand Bush

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Starring: Andréane Lanthier Nadeau, Miranda Miller, & Brittany Phelan
Director: Josephine Anderson
Producer: Joella Cabalu
Cinematography: Claire Sanford
Riding Cinematography: Scott Secco

Pushing the limits in New Zealand With Brandon Semenuk

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