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Brandon Semenuk's Rad Company

HD   NR Closed Captioning

Aaron Whitley & Jeremy Grant

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About the Movie

Brandon Semenuk's Rad Company pushes the limits of free-ride mountain biking and showcases the skills and passion that make him one of the most versatile and explosive riders on the planet. Brandon handpicked the crew of riders for this film who drive and inspire him in each discipline, ultimately creating some of the highest level of riding ever caught on camera. The film features an eclectic soundtrack that flows like your favorite mix tape, while seamlessly meshing all disciplines of mountain biking. NWD Films and Red Bull Media House have teamed up with some of the top cinematographers and digital effects artists to create an innovative style, while keeping true to the “all killer no filler” style of the New World Disorder.

Customer Reviews

This is rad

Cool movie. Im also first.


This movie is pure amping!


Not as cool as I thought it would be. I think the editing is what killed it, and the music sucked for the most part. Funny that it was shot on such expensive equipment but mostly resembled old bike flicks of the early 2000's. Not very refined and it felt out of date. The only reason it's worth watching is for the incredible riding alone. But as a work of cinema, it's not artistic at all.

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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Sports
  • Released: 2014

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