In LUCID, pro skier & filmmaker Sandra Lahnsteiner’s intense dreams begin to overtake her waking life and she becomes increasingly caught up in flights of deep powder, pillows and ski lines. Her keyed up imagination through lucid dreams becomes her – and our – reality. LUCID gives us the illusion that we are part of her world, skiing through magical winter sceneries, feeling and tasting the snow. It’s a dream though, and only by making it happen ourselves, the illusion becomes real.
Feeling strong and fast coming out of an amazing off season, Miranda Miller was looking forward to a full season of putting her hard work to the test—like every other EWS racer.
But in the past few weeks, the global health crisis that is COVID-19 has forced a lot of change. Cancelled races are far from the most important issue facing us these days, with overloaded medical systems, economic crisis, and with social distancing measures and other mandates coming from governments and health authorities every day.
At this point, it’s hard to know what’s going to happen next, how long it will take for this pandemic to play out, or how many people will be affected and to what degree.
Ensenada is one of the most popular places off the coast of Baja California for tourism, but not known for mountain biking. I called a friend Angel Toro and asked him to show me the best that his town to offer. From tacos and margaritas to staircases and manual pads, Ensenada boasts a wide variety of terrain and culture. – Spencer Rathkamp
Filmed during the making of “Future Of Yesterday”
Featuring: Halldor Helgason, Tor Lundstrom, Kevin Backstrom, Ulrik Badertscher, Ethan Morgan, Eiki Helgason and Max Buri