Snakebite uploaded another gem from the past for your viewing pleasure! The Lotek Vancouver video originally came out in 2006, which is crazy because time flies. We also always forget how absolutely STACKED the Lotek team was at this time. The Lotek Vancouver video features Chase DeHart, Mike Hoder, Dakota Roche, Jesse Whaley, Ian Schwartz, Eddie Cleveland, Jason Enns, Chase Hawk and Mike Aitken which is a legendary squad for sure. Hit play and take in all 26 minutes featuring the guys going to work on parks, street spots and more around Vancouver!
Here’s a classic that we’re sure a bunch of people will be stoked to see on line! Andy Marshall uploaded the full “A Day Late And A Dollar Short” video from 2001 online for your viewing pleasure! This video which is a midwest, mid school classic is pure gold featuring Beau Campbell, Andy Marshall, Steven Hamilton, Frank Bertke, Jeff Meadows, Randy Polin, Mike Rausch, Caleb Aumen, Eric Ford, Cody Cleary, Glen Strennor, Shane Neeley and Ian Schwartz. This is the video that really put Steven and Ian on the map that lead to their Pro careers. This has a ton of dialed park and and street riding, with a bunch of laughs and good times mixed in for good measure.
It’s pretty wild to think this video is damn near 20 years old already. Either way, hit play and take it all in!
Daaaaang. Here’s another gem Snakebite BMX uploaded for you guys to enjoy! This is an old video from a trip to San Francisco that the Mosh team took back in 2007! This will undoubtedly get all the mid school guys stoked since this is such a heavy crew even by today’s standards. Take a look at all the street and park goodness.
The crew at Snakebite coming through with another gem from the past for your viewing pleasure. This time around they’ve uploaded this old Ian Schwartz video for Mosh that originally came out back in 2008. Ian was pushing the freecoaster, pegless style way back when only a handful of guys were doing the freecoaster thing. Ian had a super smooth style and came up with a bunch of creative lines on some great spots for this one, so hit play and take it all in. It’s pretty wild how far freecoaster riding has progressed in the last 11 years. Take a look!