In this week’s video roundup, we’ve got three action-packed riding edits and one short video about how the passion for cycling evolves into an engineer’s inspiration. First up, we’ll take a glimpse at the lifelong love of riding that influenced the design of SCOTT’s new Patron E-Ride eMTBs.
Commencal brings us two videos this week, one featuring Hugo Frixtalon ripping trails to a hip-hop soundtrack, and a killer edit from Kilian Bron filled with crazy lines down ridges, over glaciers and through ice caves! Thomas Genon rounds out this week’s post with his classic style as he shreds some trail and of course, finishes up with some big tricks on his downhill bike.
The Story Behind The New SCOTT Patron E-Ride
“When it came to our latest release, the Patron eRIDE, SCOTT’s Design Team faced their biggest challenge yet. In the latest video, we discover the story behind the design of the Patron eRIDE and the passion that fuels it.”
Back to Basics – Hugo Frixtalon
Warning – This video contains explicit lyrics, so it’s NSFW and not one to show the kids!
“Hip-Hop culture has always influenced our projects, rap music in particular. This video is a return to the basics of what we love; a moody, dusky atmosphere where inspiration is often most present, rap and piano pieces that inspire us in the search for emotions. Real innovation always comes from going back to basics.”
Switzerland Paradise – Kilian Bron
“Join Kilian Bron and his film crew to discover the highest peaks of Switzerland in all their glory! Like with all their latest projects around the world, including “Follow the Light” in Turkey and “Colors of Mexico”, Kilian and his media team have spent months researching, organizing and filming as much as they possibly could.”
Thomas Genon and Canyon present: Renaissance
*Title pic by Boris Beyer
“Renaissance is all about pushing the boundaries of MTB. Thomas Genon, aka Tommy G, strives to ride mountain bikes in the purest form there is, which sums up Renaissance: reinventing MTB every day by focusing on its essence. Style is key and it is exactly what Tommy can produce like almost nobody else.”