Not having been out for a while myself ( Danny) and Sam ( PR ) loaded up the Sinnis Bomber and the Sinnis Terrain with all the Camera gear and went out on location to get some new shots. Our main goal for the day was to really characterise the bikes and put them in their natural habitat.
Starting off by meeting at the Goodwood racecourse this was actually my first time going there ( shocking I know ) the buildings and pits looked perfect with the Sinnis Bomber and it really did look like it belonged there. I have attached some of the photos below.
I decided to use all natural light on these images so it looked more like a real lifestyle rather than a set photoshoot to showcase the bikes. The natural tones mixed the slight stormy sky’s worked really well in the images.
From here we ventured on to the countryside and found this beautiful looking pub called The Fox Free house in Chichester where of course we stopped for some really good homemade burgers. Outside the pub the sun was shining, it had this stunning cottage feel and I knew we had to use it to take some shots. Images below
This is where the trip got messy, down some incredibly muddy back roads we decided to gear up and take the Terrain through its paces. We were stuck wheel spinning in mud, our boots were sinking when walking, we actually started to feel like messy bikers for a change! We reached a mountain of logs and with this, surrounded by all the mud the Terrain was ready to have photos. Luckily the ground was slightly more solid and we were able to park the bikes up without them sinking.