Our camera gear, uav (drone) setup, and mountain biking gear

We’re asked often, what’s your camera gear setup?  If you’re tired of that same old POV experience, and want to see something new, we’re thinking the same.  Most of our old POV is far too shaky and violent to watch.  We are passionate about changing that and work consistently to develop the best video experience.

If you’re interested in quality, smooth, usable footage, a gimbal is the way to go.  Post processed image stabilization is good, digital stabilization is better, capturing your footage with a gimbal is ideal.   A gimbal is also wearable and provides a unique vantage point when running along side a rider while hitting a feature section.

Now if you want to capture that bird’s eye view, you’ll want to first think about learning to fly a UAV (drone), and next make that UAV purchase with a good on-board camera setup, and then get out and chase your riding buddies for some good aerial footage.

We also have strong preference for the mountain biking gear you see listed lower down on this page. This is our riding gear, and other bicycle maintenance items we have used over the years with very good success. You might have even spotted some of it in our Ridestoke Videos. There are a number of reasons why we keep going back to it time and time again. 

If you are ready to start building your own camera gear setup, drone kit, or are looking for some solid mountain biking gear, you can use the product links below. We are happy to answer any questions and help you build out you’re kit, or even collaborate on mountain bike video ideas. If you would like to discuss anything you can contact us here. (Disclosure – we can earn an affiliate commission if you purchase with the links below. We appreciate this as it helps keep our site running and continuing to bring the stoke.)

UAVs (Drones) & Accessories We Use

Here is our list of UAV (drone) accessories that we use to tie all of this aerial gear together in order to capture birds eye footage of mountain biking. Having extra batteries, cables, memory cards, cases, etc is almost a must if you are out for a day of filming and riding.