AllRide Tours Dumonde Tech Sponsored Kirt Voreis -VIDEO!
Battle Flag (Feat. Pigeonhead) – Lo Fidelity Allstars
Jump – Kriss Kross
Destination Unknown – Missing Persons
Dumonde Tech Racing oils make bikes more fun to ride.
Mason Sowdon from Syndrome Racing (syndromeracing.com).
The Heat is On – Trailer – Peanut Butter & Co. Twenty12
The Bicycle Escape Tech Video Series – Dumonde Tech Bicycle Chain Lube
iPhone 4 Video – FIRST Viral Action Adventure Film shot on the new iPhone 4 – Greg Tracy on Ducati Multistrada Races Pikes Peak
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the second oldest event in the US behind the Indy 500. 6 time Pikes Peak Hill Climb champion, Greg Tracy, would be the pilot to the Ducati 1200cc Multistrada motorcycle and win his division. The Ducati Spider Grips team is one of passion, technology and innovation – coupled with two of the best motorcycle racers in the world, Greg Tracy and Alexander Smith (son of Malcolm Smith) – teamed with Seth Schaeffer, Hoptocopter Films and Chris Nazarenus, Triple Nickel Films, to produce a short form viral youtube film, filmed only on the newly released Apple iPhone 4 (iPhone 4). Apple launched their new phones on Thursday, June 24, 2010 only four days before On June 27, 2010 – the 88th running of the Pikes Peak Hill Climb. This film is shot on only Apple iPhone 4 phones, no color correction and with 8 iPhones. 4. Every clip was taken with Apple iPhone 4 video. The time lapse was done with the iPhone app time lapse.
Mason and Victor ride a sweet trail.
Shot and Edited by: Andy Tran, Syndrome Racing.
2008 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb PROMO – Featuring Dumonde Tech Rider, Greg Tracy, on the 2008 Ducati Hypermotard
Alan Heffernan talks about Pikes Peak and Dumonde Tech
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) is the second oldest motor sports race in America. This annual automobile and motorcycle hill-climb, also known as The Race to the Clouds, starts at 9,390 feet and ends at the 14,110 foot summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado. The course covers a distance of 12.42 miles on paved and dirt/gravel sections. Racers must negotiate 156 turns — many of which are lack guard rails — as they climb nearly 5000 ft to the finish line.
We spoke with Alan Heffernan about his bike, his race preparations, and about what he’ll do after the race is over.