Where The Trail Ends DVD, Blu Ray and Limited Edition Journal


At this year’s Interbike trade show, the video release of “Where The Trail Ends” was by far, one of the social highlights. It is an amazing journey across the globe of the best freeriders in the world going HUGE! If you haven’t seen it, check out the official trailer here:

Riding locations include Argentina, British Columbia, Utah, Nepal, and the Gobi Desert and the riders featured are Darren Berrecloth, Cameron Zink, Kurt Sorge, James Doerfling, Andreu Lacondeguy and many others. More just than just the usually big huck riding stoke, Where The Trail Ends shows the riders true characters as they face different challenges during their travel adventure.

Now, just in time for your holiday shopping, Red Bull Media House has released a couple of special versions of this great film for that special mountain biker on your list. There is a 3-in-1 Collector’s Edition which includes the DVD, Blu Ray and Digital Download versions. The film runs 85 minutes and also has an additional 44 minutes of “Action Highlights”. This DVD set runs $29.99.

But, if your favorite biker has been REALLY good, you might want to “go big” and buy the Where The Trail Ends Limited Edition Journal/Book! I have one of these and I can truly attest that the printing in the journal take the bike porn and really turns it into a masterpiece. According to the Red Bull Media House website, this book “utilizes some of the best print and design techniques available.” The journal goes beyond the material seen in the film and includes illustrations, notes and stories that give detailed insight into the process of making the film. Each book comes in a hand dyed back and comes with extras. Only 3,000 are being made and each one is hand numbered.

The Where The Trail Ends Limited Edition journal includes:

  • Orange Linen Cloth Cover with 2 Metallic Blue Foil Stamps
  • Unparalleled printing techniques
  • Custom Double Disc Sleeve
  • Includes Red Bull Media House 3-in-1: DVD, Blu Ray, and Digital Download (comes in the DVD set)
  • Hand Dyed Bag
  • 35mm film strip included
  • Genuine Argentine Peso included
  • 1 of 3000 Editions, hand numbered

Any mountain biker would be proud to display this on his or her coffee table (after they’ve pored over every page, of course!) Such awesomeness doesn’t come cheap (the Where The Trail Ends Book/Journal package runs $95.00) but the recipient will surely feel special receiving this!

For more information on how to buy these items, check out: http://www.wherethetrailends.com/

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About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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  • Pringle says:

    I hope they come out with just a Blu-ray version, what the hell am I going to do with a DVD? “Gee, that was beautiful, now I want to go watch it in really shittty quality!!”

    C’mon. I’m used to the big studios trying to rip us off by only selling the Blu-ray with all those useless coasters containing the DVD, and digital copy, and using that to justify a higher price, even though I’m never going to use the DVD, or stupid digital copy, but for crying out loud, now a mountain bike company has to go down that rip-off road of trying to jack their customers for every last cent. Just let people who want the DVD buy it on DVD, and people who want the blu-ray buy it on Blu-ray. /rant

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