Check out Mirra Co.‘s Chris Bracamonte laying down some serious street goodness in this new edit.
“Mirraco’s newest recruit comes through in a big way for his inaugural video. You don’t want to miss this… Credit: Ryan Galvan & Shane McLellan“
Check out some real good riding from Mirra Co.‘s Clay Johnson and Chris Bracamonte in this new edit.
“Chris and Clay, two of Mirraco’s newest riders, stacked some solid clips for this one. Shot in California, Arizona, and Nevada and packed full of badass street moves. Peep it! Credit: Ryan Galvan”
Chris Bracamonte is damn smooth and Tommy Blanco did a real good job with the filming and editing. This is definitely one to check out.
“Recently picked up by Dave Mirra’s own Mirraco bikes, Chris Bracamonte has been hard at work this summer combing the streets, parks and school yards of southern California in search of new territory to explore and shred. His persistence for riding every chance he gets in between work, trips with his new sponsor, and hiding out from the summer heat, allowed Chris to compile an entire section of new footage for the above video. Check it above and be sure to look for more from Chris in the coming months.” – ESPN BMX
Shane McLellan has been busy filming for his new project, “I Can’t Stop”, and he had a bunch of Chris Bracamonte clips that were leftover. They decided to put together this edit with the clips and all I know is if this is his scraps, I want to see this video they are working on.
“This is a compilation of all of the footage of Chris Bracamonte I have been sitting on. Some of it is from a project that never happened and some of it is just files that I found hiding in my external hard drive, waiting for a home. Welcome to Chris Bracamonte’s “Lost and Found.”” – Tommy Blanco / ESPN
Chris Bracamonte hooked up with Shane McLellan to film this new edit around LA, Santa Barbara and some other Northern California spots.