Rainspotting is a new short film from Pannier and Brother Cycles that follows a group of six bikepackers on a wintry three-day ramble through the gloomy Grampian Mountains of Scotland. Watch the full 17-minute film here…
After taking a sleeper train out of London’s bustling city center, six riders stepped onto the platform at Corrour, the highest and most remote station along the West Highland Line, deep in Scotland’s gloomy Grampian Mountains. From there, they rode and pushed their bikes along the bumpy, old-established north-south gravel drove roads over the course of three days, taking time to explore and savor the alluring in-betweens.
Rainspotting is a 17-minute film that follows their wintry journey, directed and edited by Luke Francis of Francworks (you might remember him from Hot & Bothied), and featuring a few familiar faces from Pannier and Brother Cycles. You can watch the full film below. Once you’ve finished it, check out their outtake reel for a glimpse behind the scenes.
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