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COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

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CONTENT CREATION PROPOSAL

ASHBURTON RIVER TRAIL

INTRODUCTION

This page is an expression of interest in creating promotional video and photo content based on the wilderness adventure programs offered by William Pike Challenge Award

This new content will bring a fresh and exciting insight into the amazing experience a wilderness trip can be for both an individual and a group.  The content would be captivating and engaging for beginners, experienced users, adventurers and hard-core outdoor people.

Viewing the content will aid in easing concerns a participant may have about spending time with the William Pike Challenge and engage their emotions by showcasing the exciting and engaging learning experience on offer including the friendship development, confidence building, learning and life skill building that can be part of their experience.

PROJECT DETAILS

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GOALS

  • Create something that Mountain Bike Ashburton can use in grant submissions and to help attract funding.
     

  • Create something that can be used to show the people that dont ride bikes in Ashburton what the river trail is and demographics of the people that ride it.
     

  • Create something to get more people outside and on bikes.
     

  • Make something that other communities can use to show the benefits of mountain biking.
     

  • Inspire other communities that don't have hills to build trails.

SYNOPSIS

  • You get our personal passion for the outdoors,  on this project.
     

  • We go above and beyond to get the shot,  hence our name; Extremekid Productions

PEOPLE WE WILL INTERVIEW

CURRENT STATUS

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THE OUTDOORS ARE US

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MY HISTORY

The outdoors are a passion of mine and I grew up between Coffins Bay (near Port Lincoln) and Port Augusta over in South Australia.  In Coffin Bay I lived in the middle of the national park (Father is a ranger) and spend a lot of time on my grandparents farm.  We regularly went on 4wd expeditions, camping and fishing throughout Coffins Bay National Park.  The Flinders Ranges were also a popular spot for our family with very regular walks through Wilpena Pound, Alligator Gorge and Devils Peak along with 4wd trips though the station country.

During my years in Port Augusta I got into mountain biking, then moved to Adelaide for University and studied Product Design and Engineering.  While at university I raced sporadically (XC/Enduro) and guided rides at the Melrose Fat Tyre Festival and mentored students from Prince Alfred College at the Kona Dirty Weekend 24hr XC Race.  Then I got distracted by film making and photography.  This lead to shooting Crankworx Rotorua and a full time adventure film-making career with clients spanning Australia and New Zealand.

 

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PHOTO: DYLAN GERSCHWITZ, DIRECTOR, EXTREMEKIDPRODUCTIONS

I currently follow work between Australia and New Zealand, spending the majority of my time around Christchurch.  Outdoor adventure and mountain biking videos are my favourites and I’m premiering my latest Bikerafting film at the NZ Mountain Film Festival very soon. 

Encouraging more people to spend time outdoors motivates me to work with communities and people to spread their stories through film and photos.

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OUR WORK

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KOPIKO EPIC

Over 1000km across the north island,  this film explores the people and challenges of multiday adventure bikepacking.

This is our latest film and has yet to hit cinemas.  We have just received confirmation that it has been accepted into the New Zealand Mountain Film Festival.

RIDE WHAT YA BRUNG

Mountain Biker Deane Parker heads out on a 250km 'gravel grind' facilitated by 'The Flahute Presents' on a journey of self discovery.  Is gravel cycling actually fun?

RIDE WHAT YA BRUNG

FLUID TRAILS

500km with mountain bikes and packrafts around some of New Zealand's pristine bushland.  This trip, conceived years ago will be a challenge for both the experience backcountry expert and the relative beginner alike.

The concept is simple,  grab a raft and a bike and use as much singletrack as possible to join the major rivers in the north of New Zealand's South Island.

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SPONSORSHIP

WE NEED YOUR HELP

The next steps from here are to book a face to face meeting to confirm we fit your company ethos,  examine project budgets and create a content road-map for the future.

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