Category Archives: Video
Steamboat. 2/20/12 – Fourty inches in 36 hours!
An international team of six kayakers take on the Homathko River, a four day source-to-sea kayak trip in the Coast Range of BC.
What Up All!
I hope that the winter season is treating you well. It’s been pretty funny watching all of these Shit __s Say videos develop, and I figured that we could organize and embed a few for quick consumption by our viewers who may not have seen them all. It was a pleasure to be the official chauffeur for the kayaking installation of this viral phenom!
Without further ado, enjoy this compilation:
Gareth Tate (7 Finger Media) just checked in with an incredible video.. expect 40 minutes of epic california creeking, valuable tips from expert kayakers, and jaw-dropping beauty.
2011 Homegrown Film Festival Entry
Toxaway, Horsepasture, Whitewater, Silver Run, Raven Fork, Little River Canyon, Green, The Hair of the Bear (Georgia)
Well, it has been quite a whirlwind adventure across the country. Bryan and I drove over 3,000 miles in six days, and hung out with some awesome people along the way.
The first two stops on our trip were the Ottawa River and the North and South Fork of the Payette Rivers in Idaho. A full picture update is available over on the Immersion Research blog, but here is the video from those adventures. Hope you enjoy!
Check out the video of all of the action:
7 Finger Media and TerraVida Present:
Episode #2, Bishop CA
Producer: Gareth Tate
Filmed in California.
Peter Mills has been shredding his way across the country, check out a video from his season in 2009!
Check out the video here:
Surf over to the main site to see our interview with Peter.
So our blog post today is dedicated to a group of young DH mountain bikers from right here in Western North Carolina. These guys are barely old enough to vote, but they are turning the local DH scene upside down with the creation of the sickest trails in the area, as well as the most high quality video production that anyone has done of this zone of the biking world.
Before I get into too much detail, watch this video:
There are three main characters that you need to know about here:
Sam Anderson- Sam is the visionary of the entire network of trails featured in this video. They are in his backyard. He has spent countless thousands of hours digging in the woods to create this playground, and it is the best DH shuttle riding within seven hours of Asheville. He does all of this around working towards an engineering degree from UNCC.
Chris Annesi- Chris is the producer. He is Sam’s roommate at school, and has an incredible eye for expressing the sport of mountain biking through his video camera. Sam and Chris have been ramping up their film efforts, and in one year it will culminate in a full length action film. More about that in a sec.
Nick Gragtmans- What can I say, Nick is my younger brother. He’s tall, lanky, and his voice cracks. He’s also one of the smoothest, fastest riders that you’ll see on any trail. His style is just sick and I know he has a Collegiate National Championship Title in him.
You’re going to see some cool things from these guys, so keep an eye on them. Their new project is entitled Finding Flow, and is set to drop in April 2012.
Be sure and “like” their Facebook Page and check out some of the videos of their progress. I’m sure the final product will be amazing.
Until next time, see you out there folks!