Snakebite coming through with another classic for you to start your weekend off right! Here’s the full Fox Racing “Expendable 3” video that has an absolutely legendary lineup of riders! The video was released back in 2002 and features riding from Ruben Alcantara, Fuzzy Hall, The Shadow, Dave Mirra, TJ Lavin, Colin Winkelmann, Alan Cooke, Chris Doyle, Taj Mihelich, Brian Foster, Bruce Crisman, Luc-E, Mike Laird, Josh Harrington, Chad Kagy, Colin Mackay, Nate Wessel, Ronny Chalk, Punjab and more! This ha a little bit of everything from street to park, trails and flatland. Needless to say it’s a damn good watch, and I personally can’t even count the number of times I watched this one when it came out 19 years ago.
Snakebite dug deep into the archives and pulled out this gem for your viewing pleasure. This is the full Snap “How To Dirt Jump” video from 1999 that features Tim “Fuzzy” Hall, with guest footage form Brian Foster, Mike Aitken, Cory Nastazio, Matt Beringer, TJ Lavin, Robbie Miranda and more. Things have changed quite a bit in the past 22 years, but there’s still some great advice in this from basics about trails to trick tips, safety equipment and more! Plus, the classic riding footage from all these legends is awesome. Take a look!
It has been a little while since TJ Lavin has dropped a Hanging with Lavs interview, but today he is back with a new one with the one and only Tim “Fuzzy” Hall! In this one, Fuzzy and TJ talk a little bit about their BMX history, what Fuzzy has been up to lately and his new business, the new generation of BMX and more! Check it out!
“My man Fuzzy has been around the block more than once. It was an honor to be able to have him on my show for the first one back! What a great guy on and off the bike. Check em out! www.hallutah.com Check out my boy Carson who filmed this for me. Thanks bro.”
Vans have uploaded another banger from their “Illustrated” video online for your viewing pleasure. This section is for all of the dirt lovers out there that love them some big air, speed and style! This section kicks off with a few words from Fuzzy Hall and then fires up with footage from Mike “Hucker” Clark, Tj Ellis, Pat Casey and Cory Nastazio! There’s even a little riding action from Fuzzy, and that always kicks ass! You already know this section is a banger, so get on that play button and enjoy!
“Eden, Utah – Fuzzy Hall found his perfect location on a secret mountain in Utah to build the perfect dirt jump overlooking his home state of Utah. Riders Mike “Hucker” Clark, Tj Ellis, Pat Casey and Cory Nastazio uncork all of their contest tricks at golden hour for the most epic dirt session ever recorded with a BMX flashback from Fuzzy himself to set the tone for this unique dirt jumping montage.”
Vans have released the next bonus section for the “Illustrated” DVD online. This time around we get some perspective from Fuzzy Hall on how he got hooked on BMX and how a bike and shovel took him around the world. This is too rad to pass up, so check it out!
“Legendary BMX racer and dirt jump pioneer Tim “Fuzzy” Hall tells a story about a boy and a shovel – a love affair that still runs hot till this day. Fuzzy, the curator of the Eden, Utah feature in Illustrated gives you insight what it means to build your own fun and still progress each and every day.”
Here’s one we’ve been anticipating for quite some time now! Vans have just released the trailer for their full-length video “Illustrated” that will be premiering at the X-Games here in June and being released worldwide shortly after. The video will feature Scotty Cranmer, Jason Watts, Kevin Peraza, Calvin Kosovich, Sean Sexton, Brian Kachinsky, Dakota Roche, Bruno Hoffmann, Ty Morrow, Dan Lacey, Gary Young, Pat Casey, Cory Nastazio, Tyler Fernengel, Dennis McCoy and Tim “Fuzzy” Hall. Based off what we know about each of these riders, it’s going to be an absolutely PHENOMENAL video. Get ready.
“Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, and the first name in BMX, announces the industry’s most anticipated video of 2016, ILLUSTRATED. ILLUSTRATED marks another astounding milestone for Vans, marking the brand’s first-ever, feature length global BMX video since the company’s inception in 1966. Directed by respected BMX photographer Justin Kosman, and featuring groundbreaking full parts from some of the biggest names in BMX, ILLUSTRATED gets up-close and personal with the multifaceted Vans pro BMX team as they circle the globe in search of never-before-ridden terrain.
ILLUSTRATED is about paving your own path; a unique ride through life, both on and off the bike. With style, precision and drama at every turn, each rider demonstrates their own chosen direction as they journey across the globe establishing their craft as creators of one truly original art form. In the end, we are graced with a showcase of cinematic adventures, written in scratches and skid marks on walls and rails around the world. This is their piece, their extension and their illustrated reality – this is ILLUSTRATED.
On June 2, Vans will present the world premiere of ILLUSTRATED at the iconic Austin venue, The Mohawk, during the 2016 X-Games. Chronicling another first in Vans’ history, the Austin red carpet premiere will be webcast live on RideBMX.com. Hosted by BMX personality Steve Crandall, the global webcast will feature live interviews with the Vans BMX team, exclusive unreleased bonus content, and the first official screening of the video in full form. The Austin event will cap off with live performances by heavy metal band Sword, alongside a DJ set by Vans skate legend John Cardiel. Following the premiere, ILLUSTRATED will make its international debut across the globe with stops in Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada and Mexico.
To learn more about the video, tour dates, locations and ticket information visit Vans.com/ILLUSTRATED.
BMX riders adopted Vans in the late ‘60s because of their reliable construction and rugged waffle outsole. The “Off The Wall” philosophy of BMX led to Vans signing on the first officially sponsored BMX athletes in history, Bob Haro and Greg Hill. Decades later, Vans’ checkerboard flag continues to be a global mainstay in BMX and the first in the sport and as the leader in BMX footwear and apparel.”
Executive Producer: Steve Van Doren
Co-Executive Produce: Bobby Gascon and Fara Howard
Music Supervision: Lory Vincent & Gerry CUller
Creative Director: Shawn Knight and Joe Edelman
Colorist: Jacek Kropinski
Yes, yes and more yes. It’s always a good day when Tim “Fuzzy” Hall has a new BMX video come out. Jaybird released this new one featuring Tim cruising his trails along with riding mountain bikes and road bikes while talking about how it all started and what keeps him going. Great film work and awesome riding. Hit play and enjoy this one!