Cycling Canada showcases what it's like to traverse the country's terrain on two wheels with this stunning and unusual film featuring bikes without their riders. The bikes are shown in a variety of different environments ranging from mountain roads to cycling velodromes and road racing tracks; some are racing and some are alone but none have a rider in the saddle. As well as being visually attresting, the film does a great job of showing off Canada's amazing landscapes.
Agency Innocean Worldwide Canada worked with Sons & Daughters director Mark Zibert and a VFX team at Alter Ego to create the film, integrating CG with the help of crowd software Golaem's plug-and-play bicycle solution. Every shot had two takes, one with bike and rider, and a close match without bike and rider. Find out more by watching the Making Of video.