Raw 100: 100 Seconds of Trail Destruction with Matty Miles

Raw 100: 100 Seconds of Trail Destruction with Matty Miles

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Raw 100: 100 Seconds of Trail Destruction with Matty Miles

Raw 100 is a video series designed to highlight the talent and creativity of filmmakers. It’s said that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, and this series celebrates that idea.

The rules for each video are simple: 100 seconds in length, no slow motion footage, and no music.

This latest edition of Raw 100 pairs series veteran Rupert Walker, the man behind Brandon Semenuk’s lauded cut from last summer, with Kamloops-based mountain biker Matty Miles.

As with anything Walker touches, this Raw 100 has the special X factor that always makes the end result more than the sum its parts. Miles’s riding is fluid and fast and Walker’s filmmaking is just as dynamic – and then some. As always, plug in some headphones and bump the volume up a few notches.

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