Dan Atherton can often be found on the “worlds most stylish rider” lists but he’s probably as famous for his trail-building skills and his incredible work ethic as for his riding skills. This has never been more apparent as in this latest project which has seen him create two amazing lines in his beloved Dyfi Forest.
Four By Three is an exclusive series of four short films about three unique athletes, produced and directed by Clay Porter for Red Bull Media House. The films focus on the individual talents and personalities that make up the world's most famous mountain biking siblings, The Athertons.
Often seen as one entity, these films give new insight into the different sides and styles of Dan, Gee and Rachel Atherton as individuals.
The four part series starts with a look at Rachel's relationship with the fans at her home downhill World Cup race at Fort William in Scotland. We'll see how Dan's passion for racing has been renewed following his life threatening injury in 2010. The epic Free ride event, Red Bull Rampage, in Utah provides the stunning backdrop for Gee's film, taking a look at how he manages his appetite for risk in the sport. The fourth and final film brings the three together as they reflect on their respective seasons at the place they call home in North Wales.