The Oregon Outback, by Ultranaut
Back in May, three gents from British Columbia ventured South to cycle the Oregon Outback. They came back with this unique film to document the journey…
In May 2017, the Ultranaut Cycling crew threw their bikes in a rental car and cruised South into the dirt-caked hills of Oregon. Their mission was to bikepack the epic Oregon Outback route, consume their fair share of whiskey and freeze dried foodstuffs, and have a splendid time. Hailing from the rain soaked forests of British Columbia, the boys schlepped roughly 60% of their weight in water, but it was rarely enough. Some 600km, 4,500m and 17,000 calories later, they emerged from the hills, sweaty, drunk and victorious. This is that story.
Justin Turcotte – Camera/Edit
Matthew Sipple – Camera/Colour
‘For A Few Dollars More’ Title Theme – Ennio Morricone
‘Let It Ride’ – Ryan Adams
This film was shot on a hodge podge of old and new GoPros and cellular phones. This is a personal project and no commercial usage or monetization is intended.
About Justin Turcotte
Justin is a freelance director, cinematographer and editor who works in television, corporate, and documentary production. He is currently an in-house video producer and studio manager in British Columbia, Canada. In addition to his work behind the lens he can frequently be found taking in gravel miles, providing mid-pack fodder at local CX races or drinking whiskey while tending to his garden. Follow Justin and Ultranaut on Instagram @ultranautcycling.
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