Our first full length ski movie 'BERTHA'
We are currently in the process of producing our first ever full length non profit ski movie, based around a rider built dry ski slope located in the centre of Stoke-on-Trent, Great Britain. It will give an insight into the world of dry slope skiers where there is no snow for miles around apart from the odd snow dome here and there that cost the earth to go ride there for an hour or so. It will demonstrate the real passion that we have for the sport, riding all year round on a tiny plastic slope battling all sorts of problems like not enough speed and not enough slope.
In the summer of 2011 a group of riders including myself came together to create something truly magnificent that had never been done before in terms of a UK dry slope feature, also considering the fact that next to none of us had any building experience on this scale. So a group of dry slope riders came together with nothing but a dream and created some thing never thought possible. We built one of the UK's biggest dry slope dendix jumps with very little budget, working with all that we had. After much hard work through the summer we had what we’d been waiting for. The work is still ongoing for more improved ‘beefy’ features as a result of further development plans for this summer.
So please stay tuned by following Sm914 Media on Twitter @sm914media, thanks for your time and support! This years film ‘BERTHA' will be released later this year, see you then. A big thanks to Russ and Wilson who kick started the development, plus everyone else that helped us build it.