Clips of the Week: How to Be a Mountain Biker, Mending the Line, Best POV Ever?

Our favorite videos from around the web for the week that was:

1. How to Be a Mountain Biker

I like this video for several reasons. One is because it is so true. The other because I used to drive that exact red Honda Civic hatchback, and yes, my bike was more expensive. And the other, other is because 29 steps is the perfect amount of steps.

2. Mending the Line

This video project on 90-year-old WWII vet, fly fishing guide, romantic and all around badass legend Frank Moore was just a Kickstarter campaign back in April. Now it has an official trailer. Get the tissues, buy the movie.

“Mending the Line” (Trailer) – Official Selection, IF4 2014 from IF4 on Vimeo.

3. Return to Powder Skiing

Several regional resorts have opened so we’ll sprinkle in some sweet skiing action from Salomon FreeSki TV for your viewing pleasure. Anyone want to go to Canada?

4. Best POV Ever?

Remember all those massive backflips at the 2013 Red Bull Rampage? Yeah, here’s the first person view. Kinda wish this was like one of those Days of Thunder/Body Wars rides at the amusement park.

5. Over Exposed

We’ll wrap by covering all our bases with a little climbing action. This one features cool shots of rock climbing and bouldering, plus lots of grunting.

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