Curtis Cantwell was sitting on a ton of random clips on his iPhone from the riding sessions he has been getting in with the crew out in the streets, at the Powers Bike Shop ramps and more. Here’s just over 10 minutes of riding and laughs along the way! Take a peek at what this has to offer. It’s not all garbage!
The Keep It Rolling crew sent over a link to their full “440 Volts” DVD that is now online for your viewing pleasure. This video is split between BMX and Skate footage with some laughs mixed in there as well, which we don’t get all too often. This is a real good watch, so hit play and take in all 440 volts…
“Well, almost a year ago we put out our second full length video. A lot of hard work and good times were put into this project and I’m proud of it for what it is. This video was done at a sort of transitional period in my life from living in Salem, Virginia and filming mostly skateboarding. To living in Richmond and filming mostly BMX. I feel I’ve come such a long way in just the year since we finished this video and am excited to start more K.I.R projects so be on the look out. -Donnie
HD Film/Edit: Donovan Allen
VX Film/Edit: Curtis Cantwell”
… Will it wallride? Curtis Cantwell finds ou!
Here’s a new series the Powers BMX crew are starting up called “Will it wallride” where Curtis Cantwell takes things that aren’t supposed to wallride, but sends it anyway. Hit play to see what happened.
“BUT WILL IT,,,,, WAAAAALLLRIDE BRO?
Curtis Cantwell is here to find out!” – Powers BMX
Curtis Cantwell and Donovan Allen’s sections from the “440 Volts” DVD now online…
Here’s two sections we didn’t expect to see online right away. FBM have uploaded Curtis Cantwell and Donovan Allen‘s sections from the new “440 Volts” DVD from the Keep It Rolling crew. This video just premiered last week, but now everyone gets a look at what the video is all about. Both of these guys crushed it with some great riding. Donovan pulled double duty since he filmed and edited the DVD, too. Take a look!
“Curtis Cantwell and some badass riding as seen in the ‘Keep it Rolling” DVD- 440 volts!”
“…as seen in the ‘Keep It Rolling’ DVD 440 volts!”
Get a look at what the “440 Volts” DVD from the Keep It Rolling crew has in store for you…
The Keep It Rolling squad have been working on their “440 Volts” DVD that’s due out next month for a while now. While working on the video, they’ve filmed a TON of footage, and today we get a look at the second trailer that gives you a good idea of what’s to come. The guys definitely put in the work and sent it on some gnarly setups. Check it!
“The second trailer for our second full length video, 440 Volts! Premiering June 16th at Powers Bike Shop in Richmond VA.” – Keep It Rolling
The FBM warehouse ramps have been getting proper use with all that snow on the ground in New York…
It’s been a brutal winter, especially up in the Northeast with the countless snow storms that have been pounding the area the past few months. Fortunately, FBM have a few warehouse ramps to make it a little more bearable. Here’s a video they whipped up from a session that went down with some of the team and family that keep FBM chugging along. It’s a pretty basic setup, but it looks like it leads to plenty of good times and dialed riding. If you want more, you can also check out a bunch of photos from the session RIGHT HERE.
“Late Winter FBM Warehouse/Machine shop Session featuring Garrett Guilliams, Curtis Cantwell, Shane Leeper, John Lee, Kenny Horton, and John Corts!” – FBM
FBM coming through with a promo video for their CB4K Fork featuring Curtis Cantwell!
FBM have been making their CB4KS Fork for some time now, and they’ve definitely stood the test of time while holding up to plenty of abuse. Here’s a short but sweet promo video featuring Curtis Cantwell putting the fork to good use while out cruising the streets!
“Hand built in the FBM Machine Shop in Ithaca NY, and tested on the Road, outta the van and in the streets with Curtis Cantwell!”