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Adventure Video of the Week: 'Strength in Numbers'

Mark your calendars for 3 p.m. EST on May 24. That's when Anthill Films will show their new mountain-biking documentary Strength in Numbers for free on Red Bull TV. The production company spent 726 days in the field shooting everything from novices to the world's best mountain bikers. In the end, they traveled more than 35,000 miles, shot more than 450 hours of footage, and edited that footage for more than a year to create the final feature-length film.

Anthill says it is live screening the movie so that mountain bikers all over the world can bond: "Strength in Numbers is a rally call to connect all mountain bikers, regardless of location or language or discipline. The film captures a true way of life, from the world's best pros to those who are just learning to love the sport."

We've included three videos to give you a taste for the movie. The trailer is above, a clip from the Himalayas is immediately below, and a 1,000-frames-per-second big air shot is embedded at the very bottom.

You can watch the free screening on Red Bull TV.

--Joe Spring
@joespring
facebook.com/joespring.1



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