In need of Friday night viewing? Look no further. Shredder up and down anything, Braydon Bringhurst, has put his heart and soul into the feature-length film “8600FT”. Documenting his climb of the iconic “Whole Enchilada” trail in Moab, Utah.
The Whole Enchilada is one of mountain biking’s most epic trails – attracting expert-level riders from around the globe to Moab, Utah, to challenge its 8000-plus feet of descending over rugged and raw terrain littered with rock drops and boulder fields. But no one has ever tried to ride up every inch of the trail – until now. Equally mentally challenging as physical, 8600FT is a 1.5-hour feature-length film of Braydon Bringhurst’s attempt to summit “The Whole Enchilada.” For more info about the film, visit www.8600ftfilm.com
43+ kilometers. 2500+ vertical meters.
Husband. Father. Son. Friend. Professional mountain biker and filmmaker. From a young age, Braydon has loved the process of figuring out a challenge and proving to himself he can accomplish what he sets out to do. Inspired by his family and friends, many of whom are dealing with figurative mountains, in life both big and small, Braydon wanted to show the process of making it up what many would say is an unfathomable climb. Having worked closely with Dr. Craig Manning, a renowned performance psych, throughout his collegiate athletic and academic career, Braydon learned something he wanted to share with others: It’s just as much about the mental strength as it is the physical.