No, not BMX, but this new one Red Bull dropped featuring Brandon Semenuk is too damn good to miss! Hit play to watch him absolutely CRUSH it out in the woods. Plenty of BMX influence in this riding, for sure.
The Unclicked Podcast coming through with another banger! This time around Dennis Enarson and Ryan Fudger sit down with Brandon Semenuk and Christian Rigal to get to know Brandon better! Although Brandon is known for being one of the top dogs in the MTB world, he also has a long history in BMX (and still crushes it on a BMX bike). This is a real interesting interview since it’s a side of bikes we don’t know a ton about and how much crossover there is these days. Hit play and enjoy!
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Brandon Semenuk is an absolutely amazing rider, arguably one of the best riders in the world—on any bike. Brandon’s roots in BMX were not as deep as I assumed they were, but his love for it is pretty easy to see. So sit back and enjoy two hours of insight into the other side of the freestyle bicycle riding…” – Our BMX
Yes, we know. This is MTB. Honestly though, this is insanely good and any rider will have their jaw drop watching this. Red Bull just dropped their latest Raw 100 video featuring Brandon Semenuk at an old abandoned mine they converted into a crazy set of trails that he absolutely crushes. Everything is so smooth, and anything that seems a little off, ends up being a crazy combo like the manual to flip. Take a look and be prepared for your mind to be blown.
“When it gets to taking on a blank canvas and turning it into something grand, Brandon Semenuk is never the one too shy away from the challenge. His unapologetic riding style & devotion towards perfection have risen the aesthetic benchmarks of raw mountain biking cinematography time and time again.
In his sixth contribution to the Raw 100 series Brandon shakes up an abandoned mine in Merritt, British Columbia. As always Rupert Walker and Revel Co. had been there to catch everything on tape. ? ” – Red Bull
Check out this fresh one featuring Brandon Semenuk going to work on street spots and skateparks down in the Southwest! Brandon traded in his mountain bike for his BMX bike for this one and ended up with some real solid riding footage. This also has some high production value, making for a great watch from start to finish! Check it!
“SIGNAL (Viewable in 4k)
Directed by: Rupert Walker & Brandon Semenuk (Revel Co.)
DOP: Rupert Walker
Written by: Kris Vopnfjord & Rupert Walker
Producer: Brandon Semenuk
Rider: Brandon Semenuk
Title Animation: Scott Waraniak
Sound Design: Keith White & Rupert Walker
Editor/Color: Rupert Walker
Photography: Brandon Semenuk & Rupert Walker
Special thanks to Clay Porter & John Reynolds
Song #1 – When All We Have Is This – Jacob Montague (The Music Bed)
Song #2 – Avril 14th – Aphex Twin
Song #3 – Turning Point – Generdyn (The Music Bed)“
You can’t go wrong with a properly filmed BMX video. Here’s one featuring Brandon Semenuk that Rupert Walker put together. Watch as Brandon goes to work on a couple of spots and skateparks around Barcleona, Spain. Excellent riding and amazing film work. Cannot go wrong by checking this out!
“Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech, ‘Street Sweeper’, 1967.
Rider: Brandon Semenuk
Film/Edit: Rupert Walker
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Animation: Scott Waraniak
VFX: Dan Gaud
Audio: Keith White
Photography: Hector Saura
Music: Snake Eyes (Instrumental) – The Earth and Arrow (Licensing through Marmoset Music)
Voice Over: Martin Luther King Jr. – Street Sweeper Speech”
I don’t know who Brandon Semenuk and Logan Peat are, but from what I’ve gathered in this is that they are professional mountain bike guys who happen to also ride BMX. They talk about how they just got into BMX and I honestly didn’t expect these guys to be as good as they are. When I say good, I mean they make BMX look easy, haha.
“Brandon and Logan hit up Kirkstone Skatepark in Vancouver, BC to test out their new BMX bikes. After a fun park session, they venture out in the city to find some local street spots. After making a new friend, the boy’s head up to Pemberton for some downhill MTB trail riding to end their trip.” – Red Bull