Video: Lego Mountain Biking Behind The Scenes

An inside look at the making of the astounding Lego Mountain Biking video

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A lot of time and effort is involved in bringing Lego men to life.

A lot of time and effort is involved in bringing Lego men to life.

Recently the mountain bike world became enamored with the Lego Mountain Biking video that was making the rounds. Many of us either played with Legos growing up, or have children of our own who love the little plastic blocks. Though the video’s creator Devon Brown clearly had fun making Lego Mountain Biking, his behind-the-scenes video shows that it’s more a labor-of-love than child’s play.

Lego Mountain Biking was painstakingly cobbled together from more than 7,000 photos and took three months to complete. A monstrous effort to be sure, but one we think you’ll agree was well worth the effort.

Creator Devon Brown of Oxburger Studios, shows us what went into creating the popular Lego Mountain Biking video.

In case you missed it the first time around, here’s the original Lego Mountain Biking video. Just like in real life, our Lego hero is inspired to ride after watching a super sick shred video. We hope you’re as equally inspired to ride after watching this one.

If you haven’t seen the finished product–or you want to see it again–we’ve reposted the Lego Mountain Biking here.

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About the author: Jeff Titone

For as long as he remembers, contributor Jeff Titone has been riding bikes. The former National Champion triathlete has such a passion for cycling that he has dedicated his career to spreading the two-wheeled gospel. A cycling industry veteran of more than twelve years, Jeff has worked for such notable brands as Cannondale, Titus, and Blackburn. Whether grinding out the miles on his road bike, shredding the Arizona desert on his mountain bike, or cruising the greenbelt on his way to work, Jeff relishes every opportunity to be in the saddle. He also has a soft spot for vintage, lugged steel road bikes and bourbon.


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