Sunday, July 30, 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

The Mobile Edit

Found some footage on my phone, compiled it into a short vid, go check it out:

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Bump the lamp

Some recent riding, High speed footage.

I'm on a brand new laptop, without my usual editing software, so the cut is a bit rough, anyway, check it out : )

58sec 120fps

Saturday, June 3, 2017

More from Winterberg

Some more footage from Winterberg, Germany. I start of solo, but am following Tom in the last bit.

HD 60fps 1.37min

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Eating

Riding a new line in Winterberg Bikepark. Its not quite done yet, but we sneaked in a run or two.

Its not a difficult line, by any stretch of the imagination, but the lower sections allows for some warp-speed, and that's certainly enjoyable ; )

Anyway, here we go:

1m39sec 60fps HD:

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Its floating in my bloodstream now

Jan got a new cam; the new Go-Pro Black. So we went out and gave it a test. The 1080p 120fps feature is crazy.

1080p 60 fps, 48sec:

Oh, btw we are still here, we actually never really went away ; ) Bike, blood, distance, and purple rings, all pouring in.

Monday, March 20, 2017

The birth of All Mountain Next LITE!

Welcome to All Mountain Next LITE!


This is a scaled down version of my All Mountain Next Blog, this "LITE" version is updated whenever I want, with what I want. The number of updates is going to be fewer, but that lies in the word "LITE" I guess. There will still be an occasional review, a video, pics, and an opinion. I might go out of left field once in a while, unless I reserve that for an entire new project I'm working on. Anyway..Its going to be good, so stick around..


Cya! : )

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Death of All Mountain Next

This is the final post of All Mountain Next as you know it. Its been a fun and educative 7 year long run for me. But it ends here.

So I ended up with;

528 posts
780 comments

..during the 7-year-ish lifespan. And can proudly say that I had the biggest non-commercial mtb-blog in the country I live in.

And a few fun facts:
Amount of  FiveTen shoes torn to pieces during the life of this blog: 13
Visits to the ER: 2
Broken bones: 0
Broken honor: 2
Bikes owned during the life of this blog: 6
Bikes broken during the life of this blog: 3
Carbon frames broken during the life of this blog: 2
Pedals destroyed during the life of this blog: 4
Amount of countries I visited on my bike during the life of this blog: 8
Worst bike so far: Trek Fuel EX 8
Worst component so far: Crankbrothers Joplin
Amount of bears spotted from the lift:1
Amount of blowjobs spotted from the lift:1
Most famous mtb-person I've met and talked to: Brett Tippie
Most Visitors from: USA
Most popular post (views): Review: POC vs FOX vs 661 vs SCOTT
Most controversial post (hate mails): The problem with Fox...
My personal favorite post: The Anatomy of Intelligent Trail Design


I am spoiled in my own autonomy, and haunted by my own ambitions. So I end it here, and start to focus on other aspects of life. Thanks all! : )



Stay tuned...what who said that??

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Bending the Barnum effect

I'm still here, believe me.

And this is where I am:


Stay tuned.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Breaking the 4th wall

So as a part of my shutting down of the All Mountain Next blog, I am going to answer some of the questions I get in my inbox. Many of them get asked again and again, so let me take some of the most popular ones here;



Anex4real asks:
What bikeparks do you recommend?
Well the obvious answer would be Whistler. It really IS amazing. But I have to admit that the lines in Geneva (Monnetier-Mornex, Jura Mountains), made the biggest positive impression. Some of that stuff still rank among the best lines Ive ever ridden. And yes, there is a lift - just bring a guide tho'.

Minddoctor asks:
What is your profit from the All Mountain Next blog?
None. I never wanted it to be commercial. I guess the monetary independence has always appealed to me.

K12 asks:
Will you continue the blog at some point?
Not really.

OnionRiver asks:
What mountain bike would you recommend?
Depends on what you want to do on that bike. But today we got some seriously capable All Mountain rigs, so I would probably recommend that.

PoWeRoNiCs asks:
Do you often crash?
Actually very rarely. I'm just very lucky I guess.

PoWeRoNiCs asks:
Whats your worst crash?
I slammed my head into a tree once, after doing a drop, and had pain in my neck for like 6-7 months. Then there was this other time where I tore an artery in my foot. Freak accident.

Zana89 asks:
Can you add me in Overwatch?
What?

AlexT asks:
Do you dislike hardtails?
No, I just really don't like them.

Achmad Bisri asks:
How old are you?
I have many ages.

SIXTH
Where is your Instagram?
I actually don't have an account, but I will consider making one.

Quick95 asks:
Can I haz 222mm on my goat?
What is this? but yes.

(everyone) asks:
Is X better than Y?
If its not on my blog in a review, I would rather not comment on it.

Nombre Hombre asks:
How many dicks do I need to suck for you to continue the blog:
Just one.

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Lost pics of 2016 Part 2/2

A few more pics;

I have a little fun on a table in Villingen Bikepark
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Kim hitting the tree-gap
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 So does Tom in this pic. I think this was his virgin-journey
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Well who doesn't get an instant erection when seeing some tight spandex. Karl knows this, and plays with our feelings..
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Jan about to eat travel on a drop-to-flat
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Tom pulling the eject-lever
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Small roadgap in Villingen Bikepark. Oh did we have a lot of fun that day..
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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Lost pics of 2016 Part 1/2

The lost pics of 2016.

Some pics get lost, or don't get posted due to my space restrictions (I try to never post more than 6 pics at a time). And sometimes its a shame really, because some of them are actually quite good. Well, this post is where they get their redemption, I found 13 pics worthy of blog-publication (well actually found more, but hey, lets take it easy mkay).
The pics don't have to be dramatic or wacky, it can just be a good remembrance of a trip.

Take a look:
Henning hitting the tree-gap
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 Henning in Villingen, we where sessoning some tables
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Tom hitting some unofficial stuff
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Kim on the platform drop
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Mr.Madsen, on a yet-to-be-named booter.
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