Major Mountain Bike Movie Hits the Road

Staff Writer
After a worldwide tour, Strength in Numbers will be free online
Sterling Lorence/Anthill Films

Filming in Nepal for Strength in Numbers

After two years in production Anthill Films recently debuted its latest film, Strength in Numbers, at the Sea Otter Classic in Monterrey.  

The film is a high-production-value action-sports documentary that aims to bring together the wide spectrum of the mountain bike universe under one tent—from dirt-jumpers to XC racers to freeride and slopestyle athletes.  The sport is seen from the perspective of pro riders and enthusiastic amateurs alike.

Some of mountain biking’s most iconic locations are featured—the deserts of Utah, the downhill mountain bike park of Whistler, British Columbia, and the dirt jumps of Aptos, California—as are more exotic places like Nepal, including the urban jungle of Kathmandu and remote trails that seldom see mountain bikes.

The April 20 premiere kicked off a month of screenings hosted by mountain bike clubs and bike shops in North America and worldwide. Click here for a tour schedule, which includes 30 U.S. dates, as well as showings in Canada and Europe.

For those who can’t make it to one of the many world premiere screenings happening in the next month, Anthill Films will host a live and interactive online premier on May 24.

Check out AnthillFilms.comfor more, and see below for an excerpt from Nepal.