It’s hard to keep track of all the Andrew White’s in BMX, but the 16 year old version just dropped a new street edit packed with footage from some of the sessions he has been getting in out on the streets this fall! Tons of goodness in this!
I forget how many Andrew White’s there are in BMX, but I think this is Andrew number 3. After 5 months off due to some broken bones, Andrew is back on his bike and it doesn’t look like he lost his touch. Take a peek and see what he’s filmed so far since he got the all clear from the doctors!
“After breaking 13 bones in my foot and having surgery, I decided to make a little edit for you guys. I was off my bike for 5 months and here is what I filmed ever since the surgery. Hope you guys like it! I’m 16 years old by the way” – Andrew White
Take a look at this fresh bike check withFit Bike Co.‘s Canadian connect, Andrew White! Between all the dialed parts and the custom BMXfu stuff, this bike is looking like a sturdy street unit. Take a closer look in the flipbook above!
I’m pretty sure Andrew White is one of the most common names in BMX… Now, I don’t know if we have featured this one on here yet, but I do know that this kid can rip for 15 years old. Take a peek!
“Filmed from early 2012 to late 2013. So about two years. Andrew’s fifteen. We would’ve filmed even more but he got hurt. Enjoy. Filmed and edited by Brandon Squire.“
Here’s some interesting news for you. Chester Blacksmith has decided to step down as the team manager of the Wethepeople team to focus solely on being a pro rider on the team. They have announced that photographer, Andrew White, will be stepping up to bat to fill his shoes. Check out the whole story below! Should be an awesome fit for the job though! Hell yeah, Andrew!
“As many of you know the role of Team Manager for the WETHEPEOPLE Pro and Flow team has been left in the safe yet dangerous hands of Chester Blacksmith. For many years now Chet has done an incredible job and taken the team on many wild adventures through Europe, North and South America. Chester explained to me recently how it was time for him to pass on the baton and concentrate fully on being a pro rider for WETHEPEOPLE. I for one understand fully, it’s not always easy trying to juggle both of these responsibilities and if you ride anything like Chester then you might have some understanding about how sometimes these two responsibilities can clash.
This decision, he felt was a difficult one but what made it a lot easier was that he would be able to pass that baton on to Andrew White, a friend and someone he felt could do a great job. Andrew has been a friend of mine personally since we started working together on éclat projects and after spending time with him in different parts of the world on trips, I have complete faith in him as someone who can take care of and grow the current roster of riders and keep on the identity and ethos of this incredible brand secure.
We are happy and excited to welcome Andrew into the family and as we slowly come up on the start of another year we are looking forward to everything that’s to come.” – Paul Robinson / Wethepeople
Here’s a rad video Nathan Williams put together from some front yard flat rail sessions him, Shane Weston, Andrew White, Paul Robinson and a few others have been getting into. Check out some sweet clips and a bunch of hood rat stuff that is always entertaining! Hit that play button!
Get on over to the DIG website to check out a bunch of dialed photos from Andrew White that he has been sitting on for a while. So many good shots that I’m surprised never were used until now.