Head over to the Red Bull website to check out a bunch of dialed photos that George Marshall shot during the Van Doren Invitational last weekend in Huntington Beach! Really psyched on how much further style got people than tricks at that contest.
Red Bull recently sent Corey Martinez, Bruno Hoffmann, Brian Kachinsky, Matthias Dandois and Anthony Perrin to Seoul, South Korea to see what the place had to offer! Needless to say, with a crew like this, they absolutely crushed it! Hit that play button to check this amazing video filmed and edited by Rich Forne, then click here for a photogallery by George Marshall!
“Sometimes you have to be prepared to take a risk and journey down a path less taken. In this new edit, Corey Martinez, Bruno Hoffmann, Brian Kachinsky, Matthias Dandois and Anthony Perrin do exactly that and venture to South Korea’s capital – Seoul – a vast city of skyscrapers that tower above a dense maze of back alleys and streets below.
For eight days, the riders searched the city’s unfamiliar streets, in the hope of finding new and unchartered spots – they weren’t to be disappointed.
Filmed and edited by Rich Forne
Photographed and produced by George Marshall”
Head over to the Red Bull website to check out a new photogallery featuring Ruben Alcantara, Matt Roe and Sergio Layos all riding the park Ruben designed and built in Malaga, Spain! George Marshall was behind the lens and got some great photos! Check it!
Head over to the Red Bull website to check out an interview George Marshall did with Ruben Alcantara about the skatepark he designed and built in Malaga, Spain! George pulled out the fancy large format camera and shot some rad photos to go with this and it sounds like there will be a video and more dropping later this week, so get stoked!
Sergio Layos in Malta
This is awesome. Head over to the Red Bull website to check out an interview George Marshall did with Johnny Zammit, who has helped BMX grow into a big scene on the small island of Malta just south of Italy! This guy might be 66 and never actually rode BMX, but it’s clear he loves the sport and has done SO much for it with little resources.
The third Make It Happen trip took Greg Illingworth, Tammy Mccarley and Gary Young to Argentina to see what they could find for spots and experience! Take a peek at the teaser for a look into what went down and expect the full-length video to be even better! After you watch this, hit up The Albion to take a look at a bunch of photos from the trip that George Marshall shot!
“For the third instalment of The Make It Happen series of trips, we travelled to across Argentina, South America. We drove from the capital Buenos Aires on the east coast and headed west across the entire country to edge of Andes mountains on the border with Chile. At every city we visited we were overwhelmed by the hospitality of the locals who took us in, gave us a roof to sleep under and cooked us great food. Our good luck ran out in the city Mendoza where Gary Young and photographer George Marshall were robbed at gun point by three kids on a motorbike. Check out The Albion Issue 17 for the full story.
Here is trailer of the trip by Will Evans
Go to makeithappenvideo.com to view a full photo gallery by George Marshall
The full video will be finished early in the New Year.“
Last week, there was a little teaser dropped online by Red Bull from a spot that they took Sergio Layos, Ben Hennon and Liam Eltham to that is real unique. There’s a video on the way, but they dropped a PHOTOGALLERY by George Marshall today to give you a little preview of what’s the come. How crazy would it be to ride this spot?