Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Mountain Biking Videos by the Editor Extraordinaire: Marty Tank

A member of the Airborne Flight Crew, Marty Tank lives and rides in Southern Wisconsin, as well as traveling regularly to ride all over Wisconsin and the Midwest.. He has distinguished himself as easily the best video editor of all the Airborne Flight Crew.  I'm not going to just make you take my word for it... I'm going to prove it. 

In this first video, Marty set out to create a mountain biking vid filmed entirely in the Southern Kettles of Wisconsin.  It recently got added to the "top mountain bike video gallery" on, which is pretty cool. You can check the video out below:

This second video is from an interesting race in which the participants have to alternate catching a fish in a pond with a downhill run. Check out Marty's video for some insight on this original race:

Last but not least, this vid was filmed entirely on the new John Muir skillz course. Again, it features some excellent editing, and be sure to watch for some interesting bikes riding the obstacles!

Your Turn: Have a riding video that you want to show off? Post a link in the comments below so we can all check it out!


AJ Heil November 17, 2010 at 4:43 PM  

Nice! I really enjoy the footage Marty, and it's awesome that you ride up here in good ole Wisconsin.

Here's my latest riding footage :P haha

Loving the Bike November 19, 2010 at 11:38 PM  

Dang....those are some great videos. You are definitely the real deal when it comes to MTBing and it's great to see how well connected you are in the community.

Keep it coming.


Greg Heil November 22, 2010 at 12:05 PM  

@AJ, dude, I really miss snow!

@Darryl, thanks for the compliment man!

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