Check the tee his Highness Rankin is sporting while carving up his backyard track!
These are still available for sale. If you want one, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Dave Camus who smashed the competition with this video from Wharncouver showing just why Sheffield is so unreal for riding. Perhaps he should thank the ClaySpades crew for providing the sendooorrr for him and Jake Monk to press send on.
Dave wins two tickets to this Thursday’s premiere of Anthill Films latest release unReal thanks to Cycle to the Cinema
It’s showing at 8pm in Shef Uni’s student union. Tickets are still available for sale here: http://tickets.sheffieldstudentsunion.com/ents/event/7824/
Coming to Sheffield on Thursday 25th June the collaboration between Anthill Films and Teton Gravity Research will hits our fair city and country. Cycle to the cinema are bringing us UnReal.
Anthill are known for their high budget, expertly produced and polished creations. Think back to their ‘collective’ beginnings with seasons and roam. Through to Arrival, Not Bad, and Strength in numbers. They take their art seriously and present mountain biking through a lens quite unlike any other.
You can catch the making of over on YouTube
It takes place:
However, you can win a pair of tickets saving yourself £16.
Simply follow @ThisiSheffield on Instagram, then use the instagram hashtag #SheffieldUnreal to tag a photo or video that demonstrates why sheffield is so unreal for riding bikes. Entries close 5pm 23rd June, you can enter as many times as you like and the judges decision is final. The winner will be DM’d through instagram with details of how to claim your tickets.
Good luck and get creative… a photo you railing on non descript berm in wharncouver will not get the win however rad it looks. We will be rewarding the idea not necessarily the execution of your photo.
All photos shamelessly pinched from Bolehills facebook and Duncan Philpott
Sheffield’s Bolehills BMX track is a 30 year old institution. Ridden by many and loved by more, the track has seen a transformation over the past few months. Richard Baybutt and Dave Camus have been leading the army of volunteers who have been putting in hours of graft and have made the magic happen.
Kicking off back in November 2014 they began claiming back the full width of the track from the grass and weeds which had grown over time.
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