Shot in the space of just twenty four hours, An Ending tells the story of Dylan Sherrard's last few moments of Fall riding before Winter sets in to Kamloops, BC.
Thanks to Dylan Sherrard and Bicycle Cafe.
11/16/2012 1:16 PM
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11/22/2015 9:53 AM
Great vid. I must have missed it when it first came out. Thanks for the rehash. My biggest take away is that that pan was WAY too hot to cook an egg. Always remember, high protein, low heat. Unless you're trying to sear. And one does not sear an egg.
11/22/2015 4:15 AM
Nice riding, this video is simple yet it still has a lot of feeling.
I would be all over the place trying to control my bike :-p
Maybe a naive question but isn't Dylan already sponsored by Specialized? or perhaps this a video prior to that happening.
11/22/2015 4:41 AM
He did sign with Specialized in early 2015, but this video was shot 3 years ago, so it predates all that.
11/22/2015 7:31 PM
11/16/2012 7:51 PM
11/16/2012 6:39 PM
Wow, very well done. Love the snow crunching. =]
11/16/2012 1:48 PM
Watching it I get the feel of "life is a river". Cool video captures a moment most of us miss out on getting that one last day and waking up the next day to see snow.