This is a short film about the processes by which mountains are created and eventually destroyed. It is based upon the work of British geographer L. Dudley Stamp, and was shot in Iceland.
Physical geography and geology is an enormous and fascinating subject, and this film only touches upon the surface of the discipline. For those who wish to further advance their knowledge in this field, further reading and research is recommended.
Music and Film by Temujin Doran
Animation courtesy of NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
See the full film today only on rapha.cc → bit.ly/1cdEelS
One of the essential road racing films, The Greatest Show on Earth documents the dramatic and captivating 1974 Tour of Italy. The film will be showing on rapha.cc for today only and in all Cycle Clubs on Thursday 6th of March. The film is also available to buy on DVD from World Cycling Productions (worldcycling.com).
Winner - Best Cinematography, Rhode Island International Film Festival, 2011
Winner - Action Sports Category, Vimeo Awards 2012
Winner - G-Raid Driven Creativity award - Professional Category
Winner - Best Cinematography, 5Point Film Festival 2011
Winner - Grand Prize - Chamonix Film Festival 2011
Winner - Best short - New York Surf Film Festival 2011
Winner - Digital short of the Year, Surfer Poll
Winner - Relentless Short Stories 2011
Winner - Amstel Surf Film Festibal, Peoples Choice award
Winner - Best short, Sheffield Adventure Film Festival
Winner - Best International Short, Canadian Surf Film Festival
Winner - Best Short, Waimea Ocean Film Festival
Somewhere during Festive 500 2012 my tortured mind came up with the idea to simply do Festive 500 in one ride and “get it over with”. A year later that idea hasn’t left my head. So that’s where this brilliant (and by brilliant, i mean stupid) idea to ride Festive 500 in one ‘go’ came from. And to make this ‘easier’ I figured out that I’d start somewhere that is about 500 km from home and ride back. Paris was as random as any other ‘500km away from home’ location could have been. Only later the route turned out to coincide with the prevailing wind.
This is our story.
Bas Rotgans - basrotgans.tumblr.com
Paul Sneeboer - blueonbike.nl
Thomas Ettema - enduranceadventure.tumblr.com
Wolf de wilde
Flickr photostream: flickr.com/photos/29257314@N02/sets/72157639509772826/
The track of the ride is on Strava: strava.com/activities/101798897
Pure Sweet Hell, premiered at the 2004 US Cyclocross Nationals, in Portland, Oregon.
Featuring: Justin Robinson, Gina Hall, Rick Hunter, Barry Wicks, Mike Ferrentino
Music by Oma Yang, the Microphones, Garrett James
Directed by Brian Vernor & Willie K. Bullion
Shot entirely on Super 8mm film.
Design: International Friendly/Shawn Petersen
Published 2005 vernor/bullion, and distributed on DVD via VAS Entertainment.
Out Of Print.
The trailer for Pure Sweet Hell has always lived online through other people’s youtube accounts, and all of them either look terrible or have been removed. I figured it was time to put this up here.