It might be the ex-design student in me but I can’t say enough about the crew over at Vurbmoto. From their graphics to their videos to Tweets-of-the-Week, everything is extremely well done and they’ve managed to set my expectation level pretty high.
Well, kids, EPIC definitely didn’t let me down. It was – in true Wes Williams fashion – tremendously well done. The film, which was shot over the course of a year and released in 2009, covers a broad array of riders ranging from up and coming amateurs like Adam Cianciarulo, Zach Bell and Ian Trettel (to name a few) to seasoned pros like Andrew Short, as well as Trey Canard and Nico Izzi.
From the red clay of Georgia to the hills of California with every cow in between, the film managed to not only provide us with great riding footage, but also seemed to capture the essence of each location as it took us coast to coast.
Not only was the cinematography on point with crisp, clean imagery, but the soundtrack was equally refreshing and included songs from MGMT, Shiny Toy Guns, Riverboat Gamblers and more.
It was an impressive debut, as EPIC certainly lives up to its name.
Available at www.vurbmoto.com/epic
Film Review by Annie Connolly