The Top 10 Video Parts of the Year


How many bystanders does it take to make a video part? Antti Piirainen by Matt Georges


2013 has been a bumper year for online video parts. As production companies move further from the traditional seasonal DVD/iTunes release and towards more creative ways of getting their footage out there, more and more are drip-feeding films online section by section.

While it’s been common practise for a few years to release movies part by part towards the end of the season, in the past it’s rarely happened before Christmas.

Anything that’s made it into this list is pure gold.

Which is what makes this list unusual. Many of the parts featured in movies that were released this autumn – they may be re-edited or cut to different music but the footage is essentially the same. As with Jake Blauvelt and Halldor’s parts here.

At the same time more riders than ever are choosing the interwebs as their first choice format for getting their footage out there – Freddi K and Jamie Nicholls went down this route this year.

So here, without further ado, are our top 10 video parts of 2013. These are not necessarily the most technically accomplished parts of the year, but they’re the ones that made the biggest overall impression on us. As for the order they’re in? Well, this is what we thought but to be honest these could be in almost any order – anything that’s made it into this list is pure gold.

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