We have seen a number of these first person GoPro videos over the past few years, with quite a few coming out of New York City. Here’s one that Raul Jula put together from some time he spent cruising around Baia Mara, Romania. We weren’t quite sure what we would be getting into with this one, but we quickly realized this isn’t one to skip around on. It would appear Raul is not scared to throw barspins over people, fly through traffic, ride on cars and terrify children. You will have to watch this one all the way through to take in all the small surprises throughout. It’s kind of crazy to think about the random things that can be captured with a GoPro camera mounted to your chest…
TBB Bike dropped this short but sweet video featuring Raul Jula and his brand new Fiend Reynolds V2 setup that he’s rolling around on. This video doesn’t have a parts list or anything, but it’s damn clean with the film work and there’s some riding mixed in from the parking garage session to show you how Raul gets down on the bike. This looks like a dialed BMX bike to us! Check it!
“Last year we have introduced our European version of our shop and hand by hand our new team rider Raul Jula as our Romanian connection. We cannot be more happy with this collaboration because Raul is not just a good rider but also very innovative guy who always pushes his boundaries and not just riding-wise but also in many different aspects of BMX. With this attitude his bike-check couldn’t end up differently than as a masterpiece.” – TBB Bike
Raul Jula coming through with a dialed new BMX video from the streets for TBB Bike over in the Czech Republic. Hit play to watch Raul send it down some huge stair sets and put his pegs to good use on a bunch of rails and ledges. This also has some real clean film work, making for a great watch. Enjoy!
Filmed and edited by MVSRVM Media
Raul Jula coming through with a new raw cut of footage that was collected over the course of 2013, 2014 and 2015 for your viewing pleasure. This mix features Raul putting in work on a number of bikes (pretty crazy how much bike parts are changed and swapped out in a 3 year period), with plenty of grinds, drops off ledges and stair sets. Raul is definitely not scared to throw the bars or 360 down a big set, that’s for sure. Enjoy!
Filmed by: Mvsrvm Media
Edited by: Trevor Phillips
Additional filming by: Nicky EM, Uskat
Raul Jula hit us with a link to his latest BMX video from some of his local street spots out in Romania! We don’t see a lot of footage coming from this place, but Raul spent 5 days stacking clips on what appears to be plentiful untapped spots. Raul brings a smooth style that’s fast and he keeps it interesting with a mix of tricks. Real good watch from start to finish!
Filmed/Edited by: Peter Tapalaga