“Get Sylvester, the new series from Nigel Sylvester and Network A, presents the world of the professional BMX athlete as only he can show it. Get Sylvester traces Nigel’s New York City roots while keeping tabs on his jet set life as one of the premier riders in the BMX industry. From the streets in Queens where he learned to ride to globetrotting around the world to his dealings with his sponsors. Get his whole story from his perspective. Get Sylvester.” – Network A
“Arizona locals deliver this Deck Park edition of Super Session at one of the most legendary spots in Phoenix. This plaza has seen some heavy moves in its day, but none like this edit delivers. Joey Motta, Dawson Clark, Zuka, Eric Bahlman, Justin Bayliss, Dean Watson, Cory Wiergowski and Drew Hosselton. You’ll see truckdrivers, manual 180 barspins, a high five from a female cop, a switch footed wallride, and a contender for the longest manual in the universe from Bahlman.
Filmed by Bobby Kanode” – Network A
“England’s Ryan Taylor spent a month shredding with Pat Casey in Southern California and the two knocked out a Twitter-enabled episode of “Calling The Shots” for Crooked World BMX. Filmed on Casey’s own mini ramp, it features flair whips, whip to barspins, and a few combos from Casey that have to be seen to be believed. Thanks to all who participated on Twitter, and be sure to follow @PatCaseyBMX and @RyanTaylorBMX. These guys are always getting into trouble.” – Network A
“The new Long Beach skate park was only two weeks old when Justin Sexauer, Sean Morr, Josh Delcour, Bobbie Altiser, and Grant Castelluzzo descended upon it for a super session. That rail is going to get murdered and the ice up rail to barspin and 270 hand plant on the hip are crazy. Filmed by Grant C himself.” – Network A
Steven Moxley is THE MAN.
“Toronto tech wizard Steven Moxley gets bossed around by Drew Bezanson in this epic episode of Crooked World’s Calling The Shots; filmed at the Joyride 150 bike park, and featuring floppy crashes, lots of screaming, a random girl, and a whip to whiplash landed on the first try.” – The Crooked World
“In this episode of Crooked World’s Calling the Shots, Arizona transplant Cory Wiergowski takes his street style to the skatepark with some unreal ledge lines and back-to-back transition moves at Glendale Skatepark. Is Cory the most underrated red-head in the Phoenix metropolitan area? Let us know in the comments! Filmed by Bobby Kanode.” – Network A
“It’s no easy ride having your own trails to maintain throughout the year, but Heath Pinter gives you a look at what the fruits of your labor add up to on his private trails in Southern California. Guest starring trail ninjas Arrash Saidi, Jared Eberwein and Andrew Lazaruk a little bit goes a long way.
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