A story of lemonade stands, chocolate bribes, gravel bikes and skids.
Say, hypothetically of course, that you paid off a kid to move their lemonade stand and closed off a switchbacked piece of gravel mountain road heaven to have all to yourself. You also happened to have the best gravel bike equipment at your disposal, a film crew in tow, and an unquenchable thirst to go fast and loose down hills. What then?
Produced, Directed and Edited by Allen Krughoff, Hardcastle Film and Photo Featuring Allen Krughoff and Kane Westergard Cinematography by Thomas Woodson and Troy Ten Eyck Drone Footage by Troy Ten Eyck Key Grip and Vehicle Operation by Andrew Hibbitt Still Photography by Dane Cronin Prop Design by Kathryn Krughoff
In partnership with Specialized, Mavic, WTB, Chocolove and Julbo Eyewear. Filmed on the Specialized Diverge gravel bike with Mavic Allroad Pro Carbon SL Wheels, WTB Nano tubeless tires.
Recently I photographed Taylor Phinney for the magazine CycleSport UK. At the end of the shoot we had a little time where he was still painting and I asked if he wouldn’t mind me filming it for a few minutes. I just added a Sony FS7 to my gear and hadn’t used it yet, so it was a great opportunity to test a new camera with color, frame rates and recording formats. Some of this was shot in UHD and some of the higher frame rates at 1080p over the course of about 15 minutes.
We filmed professional triathlete, Craig Alexander, when he visited Retul headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. The purpose of his visit was to update his bike fit, which we document in this short web commercial. Retul creates and sells state of the art bike fitting equipment for bike shops, retailers, and custom frame builders, among others.