Inspiration: California Golde

An inspiring video shot completely on Super 8 film from some of my favorite influencers in the cycling industry. The video was written and produced by the man, the myth, the legend Ronnie Romance Jr., who I was lucky enough to see in action at the 2017 Philadelphia Bike Expo during his captivating presentation of “The bicycle, a vehicular philosophy of simplification and meditation for the modern world”, cinematography was handled by the talented Sandy Carson whose new photo book looks amazing and the video was, in part, sponsored by No.1 bicycle blog, The Radavist. A fantastic journey with the perfect amount of undertone and introspection.

For the full story and a killer set of analogue photos, check the full post on The Radavist.

Inspiration: Goldwin x Geoff McFetridge

Geoff McFetridge is one of my all time favorite artists and this video by Goldwin is a beautifully strung together series of clips showing how seamless the transition between art and casual sport can be. Looking at sport as an artistic expression is something that has interested me since I first picked up a skateboard in elementary school. This relationship is something that I intend on taking a much closer look at in 2019.

Inspiration: No EXIF 4 - The LEICA M6 at the BUILDER movie shooting

This narrated account of film photographer, Hoshi Yoshida shooting black and white film behind the scenes of BUILDER, a documentary about some of best freeriders in the world building their own trails, does an incredible job showcasing the most beautiful mountain bike photos I have seen to date.

For more stills and words head over to Pinkbike