New World Disorder (film series)
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New World Disorder is the name given to a series of popular freeride mountain-biking movies produced by Freeride Entertainment. The series has filmed several movies; the first of which, New World Disorder I released in late 2000 was a great success, and it proved itself to be one of the most progressive productions in Mountain bike filmmaking. After New World Disorder I, the group tried to top their previous effort. This tradition is what has made the New World Disorder series as popular as it is today.
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|New World Disorder||October 2000||1|
|The start of a legacy. The first of the New World Disorder series which stopped at the 10th film. The movie was one of only a few documenting the mountain bike disciplines of free riding, trails and downhill. The filming is incredible for the time while the music is hard rock of the late 90's. Added bonuses include the most impressive unicyclist you'll ever have seen and a pair of mountain boardera. Also included is fourwheel mountain biking with Trevair sending it big and Stacy Kohut seding it stylie. The most iconic part of this film is the "Jah Drop" that Josh Bender attempts. The Jah Drop is a 55ft. cliff located in Kamloops, Canada.|
|New World Disorder II - Fat Tire Fury||October 2001||2|
|The second part of the New World Disorder series, Fat Tire Fury, features most of the same riders as before. This includes: the fourwheel mountain bikers, Trevair going huge and Stacy Kohut ripping A-Line, the North Shore riding unicyclist, Kris Holm, Josh Bender and the Jah Drop. Also to note is Anne-Caroline Chausson who is without a doubt, the most dominating woman to ever ride a mountain bike. World Cup vets, Cedric Gracia and Nicolas Vouilloz, show how long they've been on the race scene for while John Cowan and Timo Pritzel introduce the Hell Track. Interesting fact is at the beginning of Jeff Lenosky's urban segment, which takes place in and around NYC, you can see a shot of the World Trade Center buildings, which is one of the last shots of the towers to appear in a film.|
|New World Disorder III - Freewheel Burning||October 2002||3|
|The third part of the New World Disorder series, Freewheel Burning, features Wade Simmons huge gap on a Monster T equipped RM7, Timo Pritzel and John Cowan at Hell Track 2. Robbie Bourdon almost plummeting to his death at Red Bull Rampage 3.|
|New World Disorder IV - Ride The Lightning||October 2003||4|
|For some, this is considered the pinnacle of the New World Disorder series. The riding is extremely varied, the music is quite suitable and it never fails to amaze the audience. The peak moment is the tour de France gap. Sadly, the rider got arrested for it and put in French prison for 2 days! There is also a first appearance by Darren "Bear Claw" doing a huge rodeo style 360 drop on his downhill bike.|
|New World Disorder V - Disorderly Conduct||October 2004||5|
|New World Disorder 5 features the world's best freeriders in stunning environments such as Monster Park, Virginia, Whistler Bike Park, the North Shore, Vancouver Island, Kamloops, Nelson, and Alaska, New Zealand, Utah, Australia, Europe, and many others. Riders include Grant Allen, Paul Basagoitia, Darren Berrecloth, Robbie Bourdon, Aaron Chase, John Cowan, Gareth Dyer, Carlin Dunne, Matt Hunter, Cedric Gracia, Jeff Lenosky, Wayne Goss, Steve Peat, Nathan Rennie, Kyle Strait, Richie Schley, Wade Simmons, Joe Schwartz, Thomas Vanderham, Kirt Voeis, Dave Watson, and Cameron Zink.|
|New World Disorder VI - Unchained||October 2005||6|
|New World Disorder 6 features many new riding spots including an unusually long and technical northshore trail, riding in Bolivia, Crankworx amongst a host of other exotic spots. Another important feature of the NWD series is the excelling soundtrack, in NWD6's case featuring well known artists like Public Enemy, Anthrax, Megadeath, Sweatshop Union and Swollen Members just to name a few. The trick repertoire once again increases with new tricks like a 720 and a no foot cancan drop, proving once more that the crew at Freeride Entertainment always come up with something new and intriguing with which to entertain riders and non-riders alike.|
|New World Disorder VII - Flying High Again||November 1, 2006||7|
|New World Disorder 7 features the best freeriders from all around the world, in places like Whistler Mountain Bike Park, Utah and some of the biggest built doubles and drops. Featured riders include Kyle Strait Cameron McCaul, Darren Bearcloth, Paul Basagotia, Cameron Zink, Andreu and Lluis Lacondeguy and many others. The film has backflip tailwhips and perfect 720 spins, double tailwhips, front flips and the first backflip 360. Great soundtrack as usual. Will keep anyone watching till the end. Great special features including Ben Boyko, Gregg Watts, Geoff Gulley etc.|
|New World Disorder VIII - Smack Down||November 1, 2007||8|
Welcome to world-wide mayhem! 16 of the planet's best freeride mountain bikers will battle it out for the title of ultimate Freeride Champion! New World Disorder 8 promises to be just that, a severe throw down of the sickest moves in the business - Longdoogie flip whips, Insano camel hand plants, massive Flying Bourdini gaps and much more.
Shot on location in Argentina, Israel, Europe, US and B.C., this edition of the NWD series cannot be missed!
Bonus second disc: Have You Seen It - Oakley FilmsΆ.
|New World Disorder IX - Never Enough||October 2008||9|
|New World Disorder X - Dust and Bones||2009||10|