After you check that out, make sure you check the PHOTOGALLERY we dropped last week by Ted Van Orman!
Music by Angels and Airwaves – The Score Evolved Reel 1: Diary
Ah, the edit I’ve been waiting on. The Skullcandy trip from Salt Lake City to Oklahoma City. Check out this heavy crew making their way from the SLC to OKC while hitting up the Skullcandy ramps, Mat Hoffman’s backyard, a demo and some street spots… Plus, with Kosman behind the filming and editing you know that it’s on point! Hit the play button because this is definitely one to check out!
“Five dudes, 1200 miles, 7 days. We took BMX riders Rob Wise, Dennis Enarson, Mike “Hucker” Clark, the legendary Tim “Fuzzy” Hall, and filmer Justin Kosman on a journey from Salt Lake City to Oklahoma City for some street riding and private session at Hoffman’s backyard vert ramp.“
Skullcandy loaded up a heavy crew and headed out on the road for SLC to OKC to see what they could get into along the way. Above is the teaser for what’s bound to be an awesome video that drops in a few weeks! Get stoked!
“Five dudes, 1200 miles, 7 days. We took BMX riders Justin Kosman, Rob Wise, Dennis Enarson, Mike “Hucker” Clark, the legendary Tim “Fuzzy” Hall, and filmer Justin Kosman on a journey from Salt Lake City to Oklahoma City for some stuntin’ across the west. Check out the teaser for our #crushingit2OKC roadtrip trip and watch out for the full edit dropping on 5.21.13.“
Skullcandy sent Drew Bezanson, Rob Wise and Mike “Hucker” Clark to the North Shore of Hawaii for a week of riding, surfing and good times with Justin Kosman. They clearly ended up producing because this teaser looks awesome. Can’t wait for the full edit.
ESPN BMX caught up with Simon Tabron to talk some history of spinning with him. Take a peek!
“U.K. to U.S. BMX Vert transplant Simon Tabron may not have been the first rider to claim the 900 (Mat Hoffman pulled it first in 1989), but there is no doubt that Tabron is the owner of the most consistent 900 spin in all of BMX, as well as the one and only back-to-back 900 in all of vert.
In the above video, Tabron recounts his early days learning 540s (where he mistakenly over-rotated a 360 to fakie), his dalliances with early 900s (where he over-rotated a 540) and the obsession that stirred inside of him after successfully getting the rotation down. But the 900 air isn’t something vert riders can toy around with though. As Simon recounts above, he had to choose his battles of when and where to throw the trick. Sometimes it worked out (at the Worlds in 1991) and sometimes he went eight years without landing them. Video by Justin Kosman” – ESPN BMX
Cam White and Ben Wallace spend some time cruising Corey Nastazio’s backyard in this new video for Monster. As you can imagine they throw down and even get pretty close to taking each other out in the process! Check it!
“Cam White and Ben Wallace embark on a BMX Dirt journey to shred Nasty’s yard in Tehachapi, CA for an insane session in the wee hours of the morning. As luck would have it, the flag went flat on the second day of the shoot and it was game on for these two Monster BMX / Mongoose team mates.” – Justin Kosman