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I’m still not quite sure where Nike is going with this “The Pool” thing they are doing, but it’s leading to something. I keep getting an old school porno vibe from this. What is going on here!? Where are the girls?
“Between countless contests and endless filming missions, Garrett Reynolds is one of the busiest riders in BMX. We caught up with Garrett for a few days in San Diego to get this exclusive interview and some absolutely unreal riding footage. You’re going to like this…” – Nike 6.0
Harry Main, Garrett Reynolds, Jason Phelan, Alex Kennedy and Dennis Enarson are involved with a new project for Nike called The Pool. There’s no information on it being released and this is all that came with the video…
“Nike presents a new kind of show, with all your favourite stars.
The Pool, coming soon…..
However, I’m going out on a limb and saying Nike is putting on a bowl contest of some sort soon. Any other guesses?
Garrett Reynolds, Kevin Kiraly and crew get a few quick clips on the iPod Nano. As simple as it is, I really wish people would just use a real camera. The quality is straight out of 2002.
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Brad Simms, Tony Neyer, Garrett Reynolds, Ty Morrow, Lahsaan Kobza and Scott Ditchburn get a session in at Qualcom in San Diego.
Music Credit: Nightmares On Wax – Rise
Here’s some footage from the jam Dennis Enarson held in his backyard to raise some money for Mike Aitken. Check out a few words from Alex Auerbach about the video…
“Haro/Nike 6.0/Demolition pro Dennis Enarson held a jam in his parent’s backyard last week to raise money to help Mike Aitken out with the medical bills stemming from a head injury in the fall of 2008. A bunch of people came out to help Mikey and ride the amazing backyard setup in San Diego, Calif., including Garrett Reynolds, Gary Young, Ronnie Napolitan and more. Everyone had a good time and funds were raised in support of BMX legend Mike Aitken. Thanks to Dennis and his family for throwing this jam for a good cause!” –
“Tons of hot moves in the greater San Diego area courtesy of Garrett Reynolds, Dennis Enarson, Ty Morrow, Tony Neyer, JJ Palmere, Hoang Tran, and Lahsaan Kobza. Credit: Tony Ennis”
I think that sums it up well enough. Leathal crew, real good spots. Don’t want to miss this one. Skater, go home.