It’s always fun digging through the Daily Section to pick out the edits for this weekly list. I average around 160 or 170 posts a week (roughly 25 – 30 a day) so as you can imagine, I can’t always remember all of the videos I watched and posted. This week was another one of those weeks where I forgot just how many wild videos that dropped. This week you can find videos featuring Harry Main, Connor Lodes, Dave Osato, Liam Fahy-Hampton, Josh Perry, Mick Bayzand, Joris Coulomb, Cam Wood, Dan Foley, Daniel Johnson, Tony Hamlin, Javi Castilla, Diego “Mono” Navarro and more. Let’s check it all out!
S&M Bikes caught up with Cam Wood to take a closer look at his current setup. She’s a little rough around the edges, but I’m pretty sure that bike has more creativity in it than you do, haha. Stoked on some Cam Wood!
It looks like Jordan Utley will be putting out a new series of web edits under the Killjoy name for their website, Killjoy Rising. They’re kicking things off with Cam Wood who came through with some creative and unique spots and riding for this new one. You definitely won’t want to miss this! Check it!
“CAMERON WOOD KILLS FOR KILLJOY.
CAM IS EASILY ONE OF THE MOST UNDER-RATED PEOPLE IN THE GAME.
BARE WITNESS TO HIS SHRED IN THE FIRST OFFICIAL KILLJOY WEBJOINT.
MUSIC: “A LITTLE DEATH TO LAUGH” by COLD CAVE.”
The description sums this up real good. All you need to know is this is definitely one to hit the play button on! So many good clips mixed in with hilarious clips.
“Here’s a ton of footage i have accumulated over the last couple years that did not have a home. I hope you have a good laugh.
Dave Thompson, Matt beringer, Cam wood, Tate Roskelly, Shawn Elf walters, Rob Wise, Mike Szczesny, Calvin Krey, Richard Fox, Jordan utley, Steve bankroft, Cam Giles, Clint Peters, Colton Dale, Trent Steel, Greg Ingersoll, Casey Barrett” – Shawn “Elf” Walters
Spotted this gem over on Can You Dig It and this just made my morning. Check out this new edit featuring Fuzzy Hall and Cam Wood for a new company called Jaybird that makes wireless headphones…. Not only is this awesome to see some fresh footage from both of these guys, but I honestly was wondering when somebody would be making headphones like this. I need to get me a set of these…
“Tim “Fuzzy” Hall and Cam Wood are 2 names that will likely come up in any conversation about BMX. Both riders have a Passion for their craft that is undeniable and are living legends in the world of BMX. Whether it is building and maintaining the infamous Tanner Trails in our own backyard here in Utah, to spreading their love for BMX across the globe…these two are not planning on slowing down anytime soon.
POWER YOUR PASSION.” – Jaybird
Head over to the S&M Bikes website to get a closer look at all of their new Holiday 2012 t-shirts that they’ve got in stock. Cam Wood getting his modeling career off to a good start.
This is absolutely incredible! Morgan Wade is THE MAN if you didn’t already know. Watch as Morgan makes his way to the Mt. Baldy full pipe and proceeds to loop the whole thing! This is a MUST SEE.
“From the creators of the Red Bull Ride and Seek series comes Red Bull Full Circle. Full Circle is a BMX adventure that follows Sebastian Keep, Mike “Hucker” Clark, Morgan Wade, Cameron Wood and Matt Beringer into the Wyoming countryside in search of the massive full pipe known affectionately as “the hell hole”. As you would expect with this crew, Full Circle is not your typical full pipe session.
Morgan Wade, known for looping huge skatepark pipes and the famous Mt Baldy pipe attempts to break a full pipe loop record. Sebastian Keep gets towed into the back of the pipe via motorcycle to go higher in the elbow than previously thought possible.” – Red Bull
Having a BMX specific shop in any city can do wonders for a local BMX scene. Cameron Wood knows this all too well and set out to make it happen for Salt Lake City, Utah. He had a vision and goal and set out to achieve it. With hard work, dedication and some help from friends and family he got the shop up and running and since day one it has been playing a vital role in helping to build the SLC scene. It also has been providing a place for the local kids to come hang out, get to know each other, keep up on what’s new and just experience BMX which in turn helps the scene grow. Cam isn’t trying to make a ton of money or have a shop just to have it. He really truly believes in BMX and believes in supporting his scene and giving back as much as he can and anyone can appreciate that. I am on a trip out in Salt Lake City at the moment and sat down with Cam, cracked a few beers and fired off some questions for him. Take a minute to get to know a little bit about The Wood Shop and enjoy.
After you check out the interview, make sure you check out more photos of the shop in this PHOTOGALLERY.