Wednesday video round-up: Strength in Numbers trailer

Plus Trans-Provence 2011 and MET Terra helmet

Every Wednesday we'll be posting a round-up of videos that have caught our eye over the previous seven days. Starting this week’s collection is the latest trailer for Anthill Films' Strength in Numbers.

The follow-up to Follow Me is based on the theme of shared experiences that connect all mountain bikers. You’ll have to wait until spring 2012 to see the finished movie, with Anthill planning to stream it for free. For now, you can check out the trailer below, filmed at Whistler Bike Park in Canada.

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Trans-Provence is billed as the definitive all-mountain bike race – a seven-day event that pits up to 55 riders against each other across 26 timed stages, 320km, 9,500 metres of uphill and 15,200 metres of downhill. It features "more singletrack than you can shake a stick at" and pushes skilled riders to their limits. The race finished last weekend and you can see highlights from the final day below. For all the action from this year's race, head over to Cyclingnews.com.

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We checked out MET's new Terra helmet at Cycle Show 2011. In the video below, titled Liberté, égalité, fast riding, you can watch downhillers Bernard Kerr and Tim Bentley put it through its paces on some French trails. For more info, check out www.met-helmets.com.

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