Season 1 · Episode 1: For the first shoot of UnReal project, the team at TGR and Anthill head to the Turtle Ranch where they will ride a ridge with a herd of thirty horses.
For the first shoot of UnReal project, the team at TGR and Anthill head to the Turtle Ranch where they will ride a ridge with a herd of thirty horses.
The Front Flip
After riding their bikes with a herd of thirty horses, the production crew at TGR and Anthill have turned their sights to a 70 foot gap jump built for Tom Vansteebergen to go as big as he has ever gone on his bike.
After wrangling the herd in Wyoming the UnReal team heads to the Pemberton Icecap in British Columbia to put the rubber to the ice and see if they can ride their bikes on the glacier.
The Drift Track
As the UnReal production team continues on their mission to make the worlds most elaborate mountain bike film, they set their sights on a custom built trail designed for two of the world’s fastest riders.
The Dirt Blizzard
The UnReal production team sets out to bring a blizzard of dirt to the Whistler Bike Park bringing the wintertime dream of fresh tracks to the summertime trails.
The One Shot
To capture the flow of a single trail the UnReal production team will build a slopestyle to downhill course for two-time World Freeride Champion, Brandon Semenuk and attempt to shoot the entire line in one shot.
Night to Day
The Unreal production team will head to the world-renowned Cost Gravity Park to shoot the opening of their film, a scene where Brett Rheeder will ride from the dark into the morning light.
For the last scene of the unreal project, the team will bring every rider's worst fear to life and have Tom VanSteenbergen chased by a seven foot tall, 500 pound grizzly bear.