“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.
Want to know what this who Crooked World project Justin Kosman has going on? Hit up DEFGRIP to check out a Q&A.
For more, hit up CrookedWorldBMX.com
“Colin Mackay has seen it all and added two more spots to his hit list in 2011 with a Vans trip to Chile’ to visti Coco, and a massive filming session in Virginia for this awesome remix of skatepark, street and trails. BMX for life.
Shot on a Canon 5dMK2, Canon MKIV, Panasonic HPX170, GoPro Hero.”
Here’s another fresh new one from Network A featuring Andrew Ahumada getting nuts. Here’s a few words about the video…
“Andrew Ahumada lives up to his reputation, sending banger after combo-banger in this episode of Heat, filmed with an Australian accent, filmed in Melbourne’s Rampfest indoor skatepark, Hill ‘n’ Dale, Northcote, and Hoppers Crossing. The 21-year old Ahumada keeps on his massive path of park progression.” – Bret Trigg
Check out more on Network A’s BMX Channel.
A few months back, I heard on the radio that Youtube was going to be launching 100 premium channels with different brands and celebrities that would feature higher quality videos. Combined each of these channels would produce over 25 hours of original footage everyday (that’s an hour more than a day for those of you counting). I thought it was pretty interesting, but didn’t really think too much of it.
Fast forward to a few weeks back and I get an email asking if I would be interested in helping one of these channels called Network A get rolling by compiling some lists of some of the best videos to pop up online.
This channel is an action sports specific channel (BMX, skate, snow, ski, moto and surf) that will feature original videos from some of the top film makers and riders from around the world from all these sports, along with some of the best of what Youtube already has to offer.
Fast forward to today, and they finally launched the channel for the world to see and I’m psyched. This channel will be a featured channel that will put BMX among the others sports in front of the millions of people who may check out the channel.
Above you can find the first original BMX video to premiere in the BMX Section featuring Chad Kerley and Connor Lodes getting in a round of Calling The Shots by none other than Justin Kosman. After you check out the video, go check out what Network A is all about since I have a feeling you will be hearing a lot more about it in the future.