Props pulled out the old Portland Scene Report section from Issue 41 that came out in 2001. You will definitely see a few familiar faces in this one. Check out riding from Ben Hucke, Andy Merrall, Justin Inman, Bruce Crisman, John Bristol, James Cox, Chester Blacksmith, Rich Hirsch, Matthew Puorro, Ben Ward, Ryan Evans, Eric Walter, Jeremy Davis, Lee Rajsich, Daniel Randall and Shad Johnson throwing down on the endless street, park and a trails spots in Portland. So awesome.
If you are waking up with permanent marker all over your face wondering what the hell happened last night, there’s a good chance you are also trying to remember what you did all week. If that’s the case, you probably don’t remember some of those real good edits that dropped this past week. So, like we have been doing the past few Sunday’s now, we have all those edits here in one place for you to check out. Enjoy!
Oh hell yeah. This is what’s good! James Cox coming through with some damn good clips for his new signature Directors Cut Seat from S&M.
“We’ve been working on James’ Director’s Seat for a long time, and to celebrate the long awaited launch, he made this edit showcasing the seat and some of the riding that inspired it’s design. James’ style on both sides of the camera is unmistakably good, and he’s a kick ass dude in general so take a seat and enjoy!”
I remember back in the day thinking these Retribution videos were some of the best. Now in 2012, I still think they are awesome. James Cox uploaded the Worst Case Scenario video for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
“The final RTRBTN video offering, RTRBTN 2.5 comprises of the footage we were initially collecting for RTRBTN3 between 2006-2008. We ultimately decided to just release it online, hence the title ‘Worst Case Scenario.’ RTRBTN 2.5 ‘Special Edition’ was also released on hand numbered DVDs which contained crashes, the trailer, (made at which point the video was to be called RTRBTN 3), Dean Bishop’s Rap School featurette, a remix of highlights of the previous 2005 RTRBTN DVD, The Secret’, The 2006 B Footage Download Remix (which can be found on YouTube) and a Tommy Boyd memorial section, as Tom tragically passed away shortly after the online release.
RTRBTN 2.5 is still one of my favourite videos, and reminds me of all the great times that the crew spent together around the UK between Fareham, Portsmouth, Eastbourne, Leeds, Doncaster and Newcastle during that time. Sometimes it’s only when something is over when you realise how f*cking awesome it actually was…A huge belated thanks to all involved, especially all of the original Fareham residents.
If anybody would like to see any of the 2.5 Special Edition bonus material uploaded also, let me know in the comments.
Featuring sections from: Ricki Tribble, Buzzard, James Cox, Pud Williams, Cleggy Rowlands, Benny Jones, Cookie, Matchow Williams, James Newrick, Farren Downes and Tommy Boyd.
Shot with: Panasonic DVX100B, Canon XM2, Sony VX2100 and Sony TRV950.
Filmed By: James Cox, Dean Bishop, Tommy Boyd, James Newrick and Richard Smith.
Additional Filming: Pretty much everyone featured in the video.
Music: Negative Approach: Dead Stop, Cock Sparrer: Closedown, Slapshot: Hang Up Your Boots, The 4Skins: I Don’t Wanna Die, Wipers: D7 & Up Front, Belle & Sebastian: Sleep The Clock Around.”
Marv has uploaded James Cox, Dan Cox and James Newrick’s section from the “Standard Procedure” DVD for your viewing pleasure. Do I even have to tell you this is good? Enjoy!
James Cox is one of the best in the business and it’s clear why. Here’s his latest video that was 14 months in the making. It’s not directly BMX related, but it’s still really impressive. After you check it out, head over to The Albion‘s site to check out a Q&A with him about the video.
“Edna St. Vincent Millay: “It is not true that life is one damn thing after another…It’s the same damn thing over & over.”
After 14 months, I’ve finally finished this short video which I’ve named Over & Over. The idea behind it was to film brief moments of my life for at least a year to highlight both the variety and repetitiveness of a person’s everyday routine. The video was shot between the dates of 9th Jan 2011 and 26th March 2012 and cut in chronological order.
Over & Over was shot during numerous visits to various locations in:
London, Hastings, Eastbourne, Liverpool, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Paris, Brighton, Berlin, Bexhill-On-Sea, Fareham, Portsmouth, Stockholm, Las Vegas, Lisboa, Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona, Herstmonceux and Newcastle-Upon Tyne, and in transit whilst using various railway networks, roads and airports. It features almost everyone who’s important to me.
More of my work can be found here:
When I saw the name, I though there was going to be a new Standard video dropping which would have been pretty cool. I quickly realized it’s actually a new video that Fit‘s Marv is putting together. Here’s a quick promo for the video that will feature Dan Benson, Tom Curtin, Timeel Lewis, James Singam, Marv, James Cox, Dan Cox, James Newrick and Jon Gorrigan with cameos from the HHH.
The video will premiere at The Stags Head in London tomorrow (the 21st) and will be on sale at StandardProcedure.bigcartel.com.
Hit up the 4Down site to see what James Cox is riding these days.