From the folks that brought you the New World Disorder series of mountain bike videos comes Where the Trail Ends…, the beginning of what could be an entirely new series that takes a look at the origins of Freeride (what we ’round heya like to call “mountain biking”). Here’s the official blurb:

Freeride Entertainment, producers of the New World Disorder series, are pleased to announce the beginnings of a new project taking mountain biking back to the roots of freeriding. Where the trail ends… is the start of a new feature film based on the natural terrain progression of riding in remote international locations. Freeride is excited about their new project which started deep in the Gobi desert in China earlier this year. Featured riders from this first expedition were Darren Berrecloth, Kurt Sorge, and James Doerfling.

“Freeride is excited to be embarking on a project that takes freeriding back to its roots. This is where it all started, we are going full circle to what made the sport where it is today. Freeriding these days is too dirt jump focused, it is great to be doing something based around adventure and what the athletes want to be doing. It also puts the adventure and challenge back in filmmaking for us and feels good to be creating something like this.”

Derek Westerlund — Executive Producer

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