Watch This AWESOME Spooky Trailer For Off Road’s Halloween Ride

Watch this awesome short trailer that Tammar Berger, owner of Off Road Indoor Cycling Studio in Washington, DC, has created. It’s to announce a special Halloween ride taught by Off Road instructor Colleen. I was so impressed with the trailer I asked Tammar how she did it.

She said she created it in iMovie using one of their trailer templates, which comes with the music included. She used a combination of their stock video images, her own images, as well as some paid images.

You’d have to be a hermit not to have noticed that video is where it is at with engagement and promotion! Can you imagine creating a dramatic fun trailer like this one below for your upcoming event, specialty ride, training program, or even just for your classes in general? With a little guidance, it’s not as hard as it seems. Our very own Tom Scotto is an expert in video editing. Would you be interested if we create a convenient online training program to teach you the basic skills needed to put together your own trailers or promotions for your classes in iMovie? Whether you are a solo instructor, a group fitness manager, or a studio owner, this skill can skyrocket the interest in your classes and your programs!

Let us know in the comments below if you are interested, and we’ll make it a reality!


  1. Yes, totally interested! Thank you.

  2. Great idea yes would be interested

  3. This is fabulous! I’m always very interested in learning more tips to on using iMovie.

  4. Awesome! We currently use our screens for SUFFERFEST, cheesy pop themes and at the very best, inspired movie rides where we use clips from certain films such as Gladiator, Dark knight and and superman but this is not a slick iMovie presentation but a series of clips in YOUTUBE that do take a few seconds to load which kinda spoils the whole feel….

    Keep the great ideas and great content coming….

    Paul Venning,

    Newton Abbot, Devon, UK

  5. Would love to know how to do this. We have Performance IQ & use DVD’s now. Downloads would be so much easier.

  6. Absolutely!! Very interested in learning how to use IMovie for class events!

  7. IMovie is freakishly easy to use, but I learn new things all the time so I would certainly be interested!

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