Callan Whipple recently spent some time at Western Canada’s largest bike park, B-Line. He put this edit together complete with a saran wrap, and appearances from Darcy Peters and Travis Kozie.
Justin sent through this awesome little edit of some older footage he found of a trip he went on-
“Back in 2016 I decided that rather than attending my University graduation, I should road trip up to Alaska. It seemed like an appropriate way to celebrate my freedom from studying. So that’s what I did. I traveled north through Alberta, British Columbia, the Yukon, and finally to Alaska. Along the way, I filmed some clips with various people and with various cameras. When I got home I sourced a bunch of the footage from friends and started to edit. However, I was met with immediate frustration. Some of the files were corrupted and others wouldn’t import into my editing program. I tried my best to resolve the issues, but I was unable to make any progress. I eventually accepted defeat. Fast forward about a year and half later, and armed with an updated editing program, I chose to give it another go. Round two proved successful. This is a video documenting my travels atop two wheels in The Far North. Enjoy!” -Justin Schwanke
The dudes over at Atlantis Vancouver just dropped their 3rd full length video and it’s stupid good.
Featuring parts from Jason Teet, Jordan Hango, Chris Cadot, Brad Hill, Dave Scott, Taylor Elvy, Wink Grant, D-Mo, Carl Arnett, Owen Dawson, Ryan Hiebert, Riley Abramyk and more. Filmed by Orlando, Wink, Schubert, Riley and Robby. Pieced together by Brad Hill.
I’ve always been fascinated by crew videos, to me they are the best representation of what biking is all about- riding around with your friends. The riding styles, the editing, the music, the b-roll or whatever gets throw in, it all gives you a glimpse into that group’s way of thinking and how they function. That’s something captivating that individual edits can never really do.