The San Luis Valley Rattlers ended their second season with a 10th Place finish at the 2018 Colorado High School Cycling League championships in Division 3. (2:10 + credits)
The San Luis Valley Rattlers attack the Frisco Bay race course to start the 2018 Colorado High School Cycling League season. The squad took 7th place out of 19 teams in Division 3! (1:30)
Watch Zoot, Lando, and Sienna in action in this “dog’s eye view” of the Ski Patrol Demonstration at the 2018 Aspen Winter Games, presented by the Shining Stars Foundation. (1:00)
Experience the Ouray Ice Park as the farmed ice has never been seen before. And yes, no drones were used in the making of this film shot at the 2018 Ouray Ice Festival. (2:30)
Meet one of Colorado’s newest high school mountain bike team’s – the Rio Grande Composite Rattlers – made up of racers from three different high schools in the San Luis Valley. (2:30 + credits)
San Juan Mountain Guides is the only guide service based in both Durango and Ouray, Colorado, and is well known as “The Local Experts” for climbing and skiing in Ouray, Durango, Telluride and the San Juan Mountains. (2:25)
Meet Brian, Romain, Rik, and Reid – four rookie racers with Team Novo Nordisk, the worlds only all-diabetes men’s professional cycling squad that aims to compete in the 2021 Tour de France. (4:05)
I enjoy the challenge of quickly “turning” a video so it is edited and released quickly after an event. This video was finished less than 24 hours after the 12 Hours of Penitence mountain bike race ended. (1:26)
The new Pitkin County Healthyrivers Whitewater Park, in Basalt, Colorado, is more than a floaters “play park”. It also helps keep the Roaring Fork River flowing and the rainbow trout biting. (2:30)
Take a 1-minute “lap” at the new Pitkin County Healthyrivers Whitewater Park in Basalt, Colorado. (1:00)
Team Novo Nordisk is the world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team who’s mission is to inspire, educate and empower people affected by diabetes. This video, filmed in Majorca, Spain, kicked off the 2017 race season. (1:27)
Paradox Sports improves people’s lives by creating physical adaptive sport communities built to inspire. They foster an individual’s potential and strength, defying the assumption that people with a physical disability can’t lead a life of excellence! (4:29)
Enjoy a sample of the climbing action as competitors from around the world compete in the Elite Mixed Ice Competition during the 2016 Ouray Ice Festival. (5:30)
The Ouray Ice Park has ice for everyone, regardless of skill level and climbing ability, on over 200 man-made ice and mixed climbs, 14 distinct climbing areas, and three miles of vertical terrain. (2:48)
The Ouray Ice Park is a spectacular playground for thousands of climbers from across the globe, from beginners to professionals. They all have a story to tell about our first experience at the Park. (3:38)
The Carbondale Wild West Rodeo is committed to keeping the Roaring Fork Valley’s western heritage alive every Thursday evening during the summer. (2:00)
Aspen Trail Finder is a comprehensive trail index built for walkers, runners, hikers, cyclists, and dog lovers in the Central mountain region of Colorado. (1:53)
Official Pace Group founder and former pro cyclist, Steen Rose, explains why the Pace Group has become the premier VIP event at the the Hotter ‘N Hell Hundred. (2:14)
The Aspen Winter Games is an adaptive snowboard and ski program held for children living with cancer. The Games empower each child by accomplishing things on the mountain that they never thought possible. (3:06)
Ross Reels™ and its classic “double R” logo have been icons of the fly fishing industry since its first reel was produced in 1973. Today, Ross is recognizes as one of the leading fly reel manufacturers in the country. (1:38)
Peak Mountain Guides specializes in guided trips and instructional courses in the San Juan Mountains around Ouray, Colorado. Each guide holds an AMGA Certification, and they have a nearly perfect safety record. (3:18)
Each year, the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies brings second graders to the top of Aspen Mountain for a day of environmental and safety education. In addition to snow shoeing, the students visit the Aspen Mountain Ski Patrol.
The 2014 Ouray Ice Festival was the biggest ever. 3,000 climbers from around the world descended into the Park to enjoy free clinics and gear demo’s, climbing competitions, films and presentations, and incredible climbing. (5:30)
In 2014 only three competitors completed the challenging route to the top in the Elite Mixed Ice Climbing Competition, a popular highlight at the annual Ouray Ice Festival. (7:10)
The Ouray Ice Park is one of the premier ice climbing destinations in the world. But the amazing walls of ice are the work of dedicated “ice farmers as well as Mother Nature. (2:08)
UpSki is a small, Colorado-based “wind mountaineering” company that raised over $11,000 in investment capital thru a successful KickStarter campaign using this video. (2:49)
Wind + snow + guts! Para skiing takes adventurers to amazing new heights high in the Rocky Mountains. The Wind Catchers will tell the story of a small group of Colorado kite skiers who are “addicted to wind”. (2:10)
Ice, a short adventure film from Outside Adventure Media, explores why “normal” people risk injury or death to climb on frozen waterfalls each winter? Winner of the 2013 Colorado Film Award. (9:29)
Small town wrestlers grapple to advance to the Colorado state tournament in Denver. This remains one of my favorite “fun” videos. (2:00)
Ouray Ice Festival – 2013 Mixed Ice Competition: Dozens of the top ice climbers from around the world come to the Ouray Ice Festival each year to climb in the Elite Mixed Ice Competition. (3:14)
The Superdrome is one of three “Olympic-style” velodromes in the United States. The only thing keeping the racers from falling off the 45-degree banked track is speed and centrifugal force. (2:00)
Final Run: I filmed myself during the last day of the 2013 season at Snowmass Ski Area entirely with GoPro HD cameras. (2:05)
I Am RBM – Unicycle: Darrel loves to ride on one wheel. No matter how bad the weather, from scorching summer sun to winter snow and ice, he commutes on his unicycle every day. Darrel is RBM!
I Am RBM – Legally Blind: Derek calls himself a “speed demon”. And the face that he is legally blind doesn’t slow him down. He pedals on busy Dallas streets every day, on a special 3-wheeled recumbent. Derek is RBM!
I Am RBM – Новые братья (New Brothers): Landon wanted a brother and Nicholas wanted a family. Out of an orphanage in Siberia, Russia both dreams came true. Today the brothers are elite junior racers with the Matrix Cycling Club.
I Am RBM – New Racer: When Sebastian was a child doctors twice discovered tumors in his leg. Today he is one of the top junior racers for the Matrix Cycling Club.
Morning Ride: This video was a test of the GoPro camera system when it was first introduced, and features elite cyclists in the Dallas area during a morning training ride.