The guys at Milltown Cycles sent through a flyer for the premiere they are holding at their shop on December 14th. The shop is located about 20 minutes from Toronto in Milton, so if you are in the area and looking to get a look at this video, I highly suggest you get there.
I was waiting for this one to drop. Here’s the trailer for the BF-It Documentary! I just hope Fit decides to bump up the number of copies they produce because this should be at the top of every BMX riders wish list…
I even make an appearance in this at 1:11 when I’m trying to hide my boner in the grass, haha.
“Stew Johnson has taken on the task of heading up a documentary on Brian Foster, one of the most respected and all around legends of BMX. That’s not blog intro fluff, BF is a respected BMX legend and awesome individual. The documentary is aptly named, BF-it.”
Want to get your hands on the new Brian Foster documentary called “BF-it” that Stewart Johnson produced? Fit have done a limited run of BF-It t-shirts that you can buy for $17.99 RIGHT HERE. Each order comes with a copy of the DVD.
This is bound to sell out SUPER fast so I’d get to ordering a copy right now. I NEED to see this!!!
Here’s the first promo edit from Merritt featuring their already dialed team of Brian Foster, Justin Care, Charlie Crumlish, Mike Brennan, Pete Sawyer, and Brad Simms. It’s kind of crazy to think how well things are already coming together for this brand. Check out the edit, you won’t be bummed!
If you haven’t got your hands on issue 90 of DIG. I highly suggest you do. This should seal the deal if you weren’t sure.
“Issue 90 of our newly revamped and redesigned DIG is now available and our very own Peter Adam put together this video trailer with some actual excerpts from their magazine interviews and some photos past and present. In this issue we’re bringing you some of the people, places, and events that have inspired and shaped BMX and our magazine since our first issue in 1993. To mark this occasion we’ve produced four collectable covers featuring Brian Foster, Ruben Alcantara, Joe Rich, and Van Homan; all legends of the modern era.” – DIG