After a weekend up at Lake Owen Camp, I’m back to reality and trying to play catch up for all of the stuff I missed out on since the internet and 3G was about as limited as my motivation to put in some work. Now that I don’t have an excuse, I’ve got this weeks Hangover. Let’s get into this!
Above we have the Rob DiQuattro video that earned the top spot this week. I don’t know why it’s only been the last year that Rob has really been blowing up. He’s killed it for quite a while. I guess he got over his camera shyness or something. Whatever it is, it landed him a spot on the Tempered team a few weeks back and this welcome edit finally came this week. If you recall this edit there’s a good chance your brain probably didn’t explode since you could prepare yourself for the wild riding that was about to come from this one. Either way, Rob didn’t disappoint and once again dropped a banger of an edit that you can’t help but love. Hell yeah, Rob!
This past week, Empire dropped this video from Aaron Ross’ trip to France. It’s not a surprise that Aaron gets around or that he’s fully capable of producing some awesome riding in a limited amount of time. I don’t think I really need to explain that this video came out awesome and definitely a video that deserved a second look (or a first if you some how managed to miss it?). Shout out to Empire for hooking us up with the embed for this too since I think we’re the only people Tom let embed the video outside of their website.
What is there to say about Ruben Alcantara that hasn’t been said or you don’t already know? Either way, whenever a new edit featuring him drops it’s a guaranteed must see. With the release of Ruben’s new Etnies X Terrible One RVM collaboration shoe, Joe Rich, Hanson Little and Ruben decided to take a trip to the Northwest and check out some of the sights and parks. So combining Ruben with amazing cement parks and Joe Rich behind the camera, you get this masterpiece of an edit for your viewing pleasure.
Kevin Kiraly has been on fire for quite a while now. It seems like since he joined the Macneil team he’s been producing some wild videos. Not to say his Verde video part wasn’t absolutely mind blowing, but it just seems like there’s been an increase in footage since then. Which I guess was expected since he wasn’t stuck saving clips, right? Back to the point of this… Kevin recently spent some time down in Australia where he met up with Cooper Brownlee and they ended up filming this edit packed with pure fire. This is a prime example of putting in some serious work in a short amount of time. Plus, when was the last time you saw something Cooper produced that didn’t look awesome?
There’s a reason every time a new episode of Corey Bohan’s Wizard of Aus show comes out, it ends up on the Hangover list. It’s definitely one of the best shows featuring a pro out. This time around he spends some time in Prague. I was a little bummed the cameras apparently stop working when he goes into each bar, but I’ll allow it since there’s plenty of real good riding in it. Anyone else want to buy a Chevy and go to Prague now?
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Every year the DUB jams have done nothing but blown up. Jack does a phenomenal job of keeping the fire blazing with them. This year they’ve got 4 stops lined up and Bristol would be the second stop for the crew. As you can tell from the video that some serious hammers went down from some of the best in the business and some lesser known shredders and the spots in Bristol are definitely enough to convince anyone to make a trip that direction. All I know is I’m looking forward to seeing what goes down at the next two stops.
Stefan Lantschner’s riding oozes style and it’s impossible not to be sucked in by it. The other day this gem dropped from his time that he has been spending in Milan, Italy cruising the parks and hitting the track on his dirt bike. It’s always cool seeing what pros are up to when they aren’t on their bikes. It clearly looks like Stefan isn’t scare to lay it down on a dirt bike either. This video from Frontocean turned out to be so good.
Don’t take it to heart that Dakota Roche’s welcome to Dan’s Comp edit is just getting brought up now. Other than the top spot, I don’t really go in any particular order with these. I like them all! Back to the point, after being on Dan’s Comp for a little while now, Dakota finally came through with a welcome edit. Dak teamed up with Veesh to hit up some of SoCal’s endless street spots and as expected, he produced some damn good riding in his time filming for this. Awesome rider + Awesome filmer = Must see edit. That’s how this math thing works, kids.
Trails are always a good thing. If there’s one thing that gets me stoked, it’s a real good trails edit. This past week an edit featuring FBM‘s Eric Hennessey, Adam Guilliams and Garrett Guilliams getting some riding time in with John “Supes” Skvarla, Pauly Cvikevich, Dave King and “Ekim” King at some trails in the Northwest for Tioga dropped. (FBM’s team is sponsored by Tioga if you haven’t caught on yet…) A good crew like that mixed with some dialed trails can only lead to good things, and this edit is nothing short of awesome.
Guys like Tony Cherry who know how to put a freecoaster to use is always a treat to watch. It’s also awesome seeing a small rider owned company start up and get right to making moves to produce a product that they trust. This combines the two since The Daily Grind are starting to get things rolling with their products and this hub guard is definitely a good step in the right direction and Tony came through with a rad edit showing you what it can hold up to. Double whammy making for a must see. Take a peek.
Cory Wiergowski is another one of those riders that have been making waves the past year or so with their edits. The steady flow of wild riding from the guy finally landed him a spot on the Sunday AM team. The welcome edit dropped this week and even though it’s just Cory putting in some work on some grind boxes, he was still able to throw down some serious hammers that make for a good watch. I’m looking forward to seeing what this opportunity brings Cory.
Sure, the BMX Worlds happened two weeks back already and there has been a ton of footage that came from it already. However, Steijn Leijzer was sitting on some footage from the dirt finals that turned out to be some of the best footage to come from the event. If you haven’t caught this or you think you have seen everything that went down, I’d still suggest hitting play on this one. Steijn is a real solid dude behind the lens.
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