Considering trying to get in a bike trials movie...

Considering trying to get in a bike trials movie...

Post by andrew_carte » Fri, 18 Jun 2004 20:29:40


A guy at the local bike shop knows someone who makes bike trials (among
other) movies in Australia.  He suggested I send him some footage and
see if he's interested in filming some stuff for one of his future
movies.  He reckons he'd be interested.

I'm thinking of doing it, I think it would be fun and good for the
spread of unicycling, etc...plus I'd be in a trials movie. :)

I can't exactly do all of the stuff I've filmed on demand though...it
usually takes many attempts.

What do you think a good length is for a 'demo' movie?  What styles
should I put in it (assuming I build up the guts to actually send him
something :)).

Andrew

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Considering trying to get in a bike trials movie...

Post by U-Tur » Fri, 18 Jun 2004 23:45:54

I'd just send him some good clips, that you already have done, and keep
practicing.  You're doing great.

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