Amidst hype and fanfare, the accomplished crew at Anthill Films has now released the official trailer and tour dates of their upcoming release, Follow Me. With the world premiere happening at Sea Otter Classic on April 16, thousands of mountain bikers are anticipating the successor to The Collective film series. Most of the usual suspects remain, so expectations are high.

Anthill Films’ Follow Me Official Trailer

Official Press Release and Tour Info

Squamish B.C. March 10th 2010 – Production for Anthill Films’ new mountain bike movie, Follow Me is wrapping up and the wait to see one of the most anticipated action sport films of the year is almost over. With the official teaser for Follow Me just completed you can now get a glimpse at what the Anthill crew has spent the last year-and-half working on.

In less than five weeks, over 1,000 people will get to see the full film for the very first time. The world premier of Follow Me will take place April 16th in Monterey California at the Golden State Theatre to coincide with the Sea Otter Bike Classic. Two days later on April 18th, the crew will be back in their hometown of Whistler B.C. for the Canadian premier at the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival. Then its down to Vancouver B.C. for another show at the Vogue Theatre on April 23rd to kick off the world tour of Follow Me.

The world tour will give mountain bikers all over the globe the chance to get an exclusive look at the film before it comes out on DVD and iTunes in the middle of May.

Over 40 stops for the tour have been confirmed so far and new dates are being added daily. Go to to find out more about confirmed locations, dates, times and tickets.

The site is constantly being updated as more tour dates are added so check back often. Contact Us if you are interested in hosting a premier of Follow Me. Follow Me is a new HD mountain bike film from the crew who brought you the Collective, Roam and Seasons.. Follow Me is all about good times, pushing limits with your friends, crazy adventures and most importantly having fun your bike. Breaking from traditional single rider formats, the film is based on the idea that “no one rides alone”; mixing and matching the world’s best downhillers, freeriders and slopestylers in some of the best places to ride on the planet. Featuring: Sam Hill, Gee Atherton, Brandon Semenuk, Cam McCaul, Thomas Vanderham, Matt Hunter, Ben Boyko, Kurt Sorge, Steve Smith and Geoff Gulevich.

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Follow Me is presented by Shimano in association with Adidas Eyewear, BikeParks of BC, PRO Components,, Bike Magazine and Nike 6.0 and will be distributed globally by VAS Entertainment.

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A native of the Pacific Northwest, Jason quickly developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 -- sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.


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  2. Saw it last night in Boulder. While it does have some good footage, it’s a bit of a letdown compared to their previous excellent films like Roam and Seasons. Too much of the same types of riding (lots of dirt jumping), not enough of the awesome scenery we’re used to seeing, and doesn’t even pretend to have a story line or plot.

  3. Karkus… bummer. But, we all know that The Collective, ROAM and SEASONS would be extremely-difficult to top. I have yet to see it. The Utah premiere is tonight, but I can’t make it. I guess I’ll see it on the small screen. Thanks for the feedback. Worth seeing still though?

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