Mike Mastroni, Alex Raban, Broc Raiford, Alex Platt, Matt Cordova, and Tate Roskelley push on down the road in their search for fresh spots. See what they were up to on the second day of their trip via the Volume website.
Craig Passero and Charlie Crumlish have such different styles, but they work together in an edit so well. Biz, Mike Mastroni, and Joel Moody also make appearances. These guys never stop progressing, it’s amazing to watch.
Volume‘s Mike Mastroni had a second angle of Alex Raban’s wild gap to rail from his welcome to Volume edit from a while back that needed to be put to use instead of never being seen… So he uploaded it for everyone to enjoy! Take a peek!
“I decided that I need to get more into taking photos and just covering our daily activities for you guys with the DSLR instead of just taking shitty iPhone pics all the time. Duh right? I was going thru the stuff that was already on the card and remembered that we filmed a second angle of Raban’s crazy gap to rail ender in his Welcome Edit almost a year ago now. When it comes to filming, I hate DSLR shit with a passion, so that is probably why this angle never got used. But now since it’s like found treasure, here’s another perspective for ya….Alex is the man! #beforetheafro” – Mike Mastroni
Head over to the Demolition website to check out a flipbook from a trip that Connor Lodes, Drew Hosselton, Aaron Smith, Ronnie Napolitan, Mike Mastroni and Joey Cobbs recently took to Costa Rica. The photos give you a look at some of the places they checked out and a little of the riding. I can imagine this means there will be an edit popping up sooner than later from this one as well.
Get on over to the Volume Bikes website to check out a fresh bike check and Q&A with Mike Mastroni. I’m always really stoked on the color schemes he comes up with for his rides. This one is looking so good. Check it!
I thought I spotted Mike Mastroni filming in the background of the other edit from this. Check out more footage of what went down at the Wreck Jam last weekend with the Volume Bikes crew and a bunch of the locals. Definitely a ton of good riding went down. Get to it!
“Last week an injured Alex Raban dressed up in his Sunday best (a gold Dodge Caravan rim medallion) to host the first ever jam at The Wreck DIY spot in Nipomo, CA. Many slices were consumed courtesy of Raban’s Dad’s pizza shop, many Volume prizes were thrown out, and good times were had by all. I love filming at things like this because everything for the most part is super in the moment…sometimes perfect, sometimes real loose, but hey it’s raw BMX at it’s finest…so I decided to take a similar approach to the editing process as well. Here’s a quick half hour in Final Cut featuring Volume heads Victor Glindo, Tate Roskelley, Alex Platt, our good buddy Shawn “Elf” Walters, my dog, & last (and most certainly least) a hot ass channel 12 news reporter, all doing their thang up in the central coast. Enjoy.
Filmed & Edited Mike Mastroni”