Re-Up: The Battle of Gillies Creek – Anamorphic Lens Test Edit

I’ve got a few things I’ve been meaning to bump back up to the top, so expect to see them resurfacing over the course of the weekend. I’m going to start things off with this edit that our man Jake Dyke put together from the footage he shot with his iPhone at The Battle of Gillies Creek while testing out a Moondog Labs Anamorphic Lens Adaptor.

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The Battle of Gillies Creek – Anamorphic Lens Test Edit

Our man Jake Dyke whipped up this little iPhone edit from the footage he shot at The Battle of Gillies Creek while testing out the new Moondog Labs Anamorphic Lens Adaptor. Richie Sakai was kind enough sing a few bars for the intro, and of course we had to throw in a star wipe for good measure because, “why eat hamburger when you can have steak?“

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FBM – Wheels of Confusion, Episode 3

This is the first episode I’ve posted of the Wheels of Confussion web series that FBM has been doing over on Epic TV. Not to take away anything from the other episodes, but this is the first one from the trails. Join them as the crew makes a stop at Catty for some fun in the woods on their bikes and behind the grill.

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FBM @ Catty Woods

Here’s a quickie of FBM’s Garrett Guilliams and Eric Holladay getting a run in at Catty this past Sunday. I’m stealing that Tecate shirt from Eric next time I see him!

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On the Road with FBM Bikes Episode 2

I didn’t post the first episode of this series because I’m a trails snob and there weren’t any to be found in it. It was good though, and you should check it out if you didn’t see it. This episode on the other hand has just the trails footage I was hoping for. Hit play on it and enjoy!

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Steady Rollin with Eric Holladay

I’m real psyched to be posting this one up! I’ve known Eric since he was like 12, and he is one of my favorite dudes to ride with! I totally wasn’t expecting this to be packed with as much trails footage as it is. Of course I’ve known he could shred the dirt ramps with the best of them but usually his edits mostly consist of his street antics.

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