Wethepeople have just announced that they’ve added Justin Koebele to their AM squad! To celebrate, Justin dialed in a brand new Battleship setup decked out top to bottom in Wethepeople parts! You can check out a ton of photos over on the Wethepeople website! This should mean we’ll be seeing more of Justin in the near future, which is also a real good thing!
Craig Passero has released the new Wham Cam HD video online for your viewing pleasure…
If you’re looking for a good way to spend 26 minutes, this new video Craig Passero uploaded will definitely do the trick! Here’s the full “Wham Cam HD” video he just released that’s loaded with some great riding, spots and good times. This video is a mix of a few familiar faces, and a few new ones, with a good mix of tricks and styles from start to finish. If you like street riding, there’s no way you won’t enjoy this one.
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Check out some fresh footage featuring Justin Koebele going to work on street spots around Long Island and more for his latest video. Justin might only run two pegs, but that doesn’t mean isn’t not crushing it with the grinds on every rail and ledge he comes across. Add in plenty of nose balance and style and you have a video you won’t want to skip over. Take a look!
Filmed and edited by Craig Passero
Austin Mazur coming through with a dialed new video for Follow The Leader where he goes to work putting his pegs to heavy use out on spots around New York! This is loaded up with some excellent riding and some rad spots. Well worth checking out! Get to it!
“My good friend and FTL member Austin Mazur has been putting in work all over Long Island, New York with filmer Justin Koebele over the past few months for this vid. Austin kills it with a creative eye for spots and tricks.” – Billy Perry
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Spend a day cruising around Manhattan and Brooklyn with the Follow The Leader crew as they hit up spots all over the place, cruise through Dunkin Doughnuts, pop into a shop to fix a tube and more. This view of the day is pretty fun and gives you a good idea of what it’s like to be pedaling through the city like this.
“Riding outside in January is not usually an option, but it was 50 degrees without any snow on the ground so we crewed up and hit up Manhattan / Brooklyn for the day. Featuring BMX riders / FTL crew members Austin Mazur, Billy Perry, Dan Nelson, and Justin Koebele.
We took a train into Penn Station early and ended up riding some great spots in Midtown/Downtown, making a quarter pipe under a bridge, riding over the Brooklyn Bridge and riding a lit night spot. Filmed on GoPro with Zhiyun Tech Rider-M Gimbal.
Song: GLXY-3AM ( https://soundcloud.com/glxy )”
The Follow the Leader crew recently took a trip from New York on down to Washington D.C. to see just what the place had to offer up for spots. They spent three solid days stacking clips and came home with this dialed BMX video for you guys to check out. After you watch the video, get a look at some rad photos Zach Marin shot over on the Follow the Leader” website!
“Over the summer we decided to gather the crew and road trip down to Washington, D.C. for 3 days in search of good spots and good times and we were definitely not disappointed. Featuring BMX riders, Austin Mazur, Billy Perry, Jason Stelter, Justin Koebele, and Zach Marin. Filmed and edited by Nick Jones! Thank you to Zach Marin for being an awesome host and spot tour guide.”
This warehouse might be nothing short of a complete wreck and probably a terrible spot to ride, but that doesn’t keep the sessions from going down. Check out Austin Mazur and Justin Koebele overdosing on asbestos and throwing down some real solid riding in this video.
“Filmed over two sessions at an undisclosed asbestos-ridden warehouse condemned by the CDC. After a few hours riding you may find it hard to breathe, and your entire body (and bike) will be covered in toxic dust, but with the constant additions to the warehouse it’s always a good time.“
Talk about a completely unheard of shredder. This video TCU uploaded of Justin Koebele is so damn good. Check this dude putting in a ton of work on the streets for this new one. Definitely worth a watch or two!