The challenge of using vintage film cameras is what attracted Bike Magazine photographer Dan Barham to the WANDER project. Having grown accustomed to using the best available digital equipment, Barham looked forward to using the clunky old-fashioned equipment to push his abilities and intuitions as far as he could. With a limited amount of film along for the ride, it’s basically a one-shot-per-scene scenario.
Two weeks, one photographer, one videographer, one bike designer, our crew, endless amounts of single track in the Alps, and the ACRE line prototypes. Read the full story on ACRE-supply.com
The Acre Trail System is a collection of bags and apparel that balances the need to climb light and fast with exceptional durability and weather protection.
Enjoy the ride, no matter the conditions.
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Thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth, both to check out Dan Barham’s photography and the new Acre line of hydration packs and cycling apparel! Thanks too, to Bicycle Coffee for providing us all with arguably the best coffee in Vegas for three days straight. We’ll see you next year Vegas.
In WANDER, Dan Barham captures a few of Europe’s best mountain trails on film. The tour was designed to test the upcoming Acre line of weatherproof trail packs and apparel fit for riding. At Interbike (Booth #4137) we will be launching both Dan’s photo journal and the new Acre line.