“FBM BMX’s Steve Crandall discusses the process behind their American-made BMX frame manufacturing process.” – ESPN BMX
ESPN BMX caught up with Nick Seabasty for a little Face Time action to find out what’s new with him and what he has cooking for the future. It’s always good to see something from Nick since he’s such a rad dude. I hope somebody picks him up soon since he’s a shredder too.
Filmed and edited by Matt Brown
The world traveler known as Matt Brown just sent through his brand new video that he compiled featuring clips he didn’t use for different projects he has filmed for over the last year or so. If you aren’t familiar with Matt’s amazing film work, check out this video that’s absolutely STACKED, then check out his interview we did with him. MUST SEE.
“Bicycle stunts preformed all over the world by:
Edwin De La Rosa
Willie from Paris
Get your ass over to the ESPN website for a video featuring Animal‘s new apparel line that was on display at the Agenda Trade Show in New York this past week. Animal’s designer, Tom Grunwald, gives you all the info about where the inspirations for the designs came from and damn did he do a good job on this line. Really stoked on that black on black jersey…
Plus, Matt Brown did the video! That dude kills it.
All photos by Skinny
Over the last few months, I’ve been seeing this name, Matt Brown, popping up on the ESPN website. His name was always attached as the filmer and editor of a real good video that was filmed in a different country each time. I was starting to get curious who this guy was bouncing around the world to film with guys like Ruben Alcantara in Spain, Matthias Dandois in France, Paul Ryan and Phil Demattia in the U.K and Chad Phaire in New York. I recently got in touch with him to find out a little bit more about Matt and to find out how he got into the filming, editing and photography side of BMX. Let’s check out what he had to say…
Name: Matt Brown