Hadrien Picard just dropped a beautiful edit of Icelandic shredder Anton Arnarson, so it’s perfect timing for Push It A Stop to do an interview with him. He talks about how he got started, how the Nokia thing came about, what else he shoots with besides the smartphone, and more. While on the Push It A Stop topic, they are running a long lens shot contest, which you can learn about here.
Zack Gerber has been through a lot of changes over the past few months, and got a new bike built up, so it was high time for Vital to catch up with him and see how everything is going these days. Click here to get up to date!
One of Matt’s friends had a video project due for school, so he did what many of us try to do in school as often as possible: make the subject BMX related. So here is a Matt Blew interview made for school, but now online for everyone to enjoy. No word on what grade he got for it.
Check out Kayley Ashworth’s new ride and learn a bit about why she sets her bike up like she does in this bike check/interview over on Vital.
Miles chats about his editing process, his gear selection and gives some advice to the kids in his interview on Push It a Stop.
Nigel Sylvester’s latest interview shines some light on his Pyradice project, his deal with Brooklyn Machine Works, and his goals as it relates to bringing BMX to the mainstream in a positive way. “We have kids and fans all over the world, we should act as such.” Nigel knows whats up.