From Mitchell Scott’s PinkBike Storytellers column: There is an oddly contrived ethos of mountain bike localism that exists on British Columbia’s Crown Land (and probably other public lands throughout the world for that matter), one that manifests most visibly in the unwritten laws of film stunts: those jumps, built airs, and manicured cliffs that are only allowed to be ridden by their creators. Funny thing is, no such ownership officially exists. Unless these stunts are built on private land, it’s anybody’s game. So why all the fuss? And fussing there is. When gaps and tables and drops built by athletes and production companies for specific film and photo projects get prematurely poached, shit hits the fan. Read More