For the last one or two months, Julien kept talking about how sick it would be to go ride the studio where he works. He kept telling us that there is a super steep vertwall that they use for photoshoots, and how nice it would be to snap pictures and film there since its all white and clean. We were into the idea since the start, but never really thought about it that much. Until one day, he told us that the studio was moving to a new location shortly, so it was soon time to act. We talked about it for a bit, and one night we headed there with the bikes and all the shooting gear.
So here we are, on the third floor of a big old building in Montreal, chillin’ inside a studio. We wanted to shoot some casual pictures before we started to ride the said vertwall because it was just such a nice opportunity that we might never get again, so we rode the flatground for a bit:
Stéphane Bélanger – Tabletop
Michel Plonka – Oppo Barspin
Louis Lhomel – Toboggan
Then, it was time to attack the prefectly white vertwall. We setted up everything and started to ride it. It was super steep, so it took a bit of time to get used to it, but it was sure worth the effort!
Here goes the video. Filmed and Edited by Louis Lhomel:
Everyone had fun there, and this wonderful piece of art occured