Thomas Glew was sitting on some footage of Rob Armour and himself getting some time in down in Greenville sitting on his computer. Instead of letting it go to waste, he tossed it together for this rad little edit for you to check out. Other than the de-interlacing issue, this one is dialed.
It’s been a while since I’ve seen a Rob Armour edit, but it’s clear he’s been getting wild! This new video of him getting down at Woodward, The Flow and The Kitchen progressively gets more and more insane with each clip. There’s some super technical lip tricks and some huge tricks. This is definitely one to check out!
Can’t go wrong with some footage of Glenn and Rob riding their home park.
“A quick edit with Glenn Salyers and Rob Armour. Shot in one day up in South Bend, Indiana at The Kitchen Skatepark. Can’t wait to shoot more with them!
Song: Pretty Lights “I Can See It In Your Face”
Filmed by: Jamie Allender and Zach Madden of A Head Taller Media
Edit and Motion by: Jamie Allender“
Add a little steeeeez to your whip.
“Take your tailwhip to the next level after Rob Armour explains to you Step By Step what it takes to super whip. Armour says to do the same circular motion with your bars as you would on a tailwhip, but once the bike leaves your feet push it as far forward while extending your legs back as far as you can for maximum extension.” – Alli Sports
“Driving his Nissan 240 and playing Call of Duty are what takes up most of BMX pro Rob Armour’s time when he’s not riding his bike. Hear why in his own words, and find out what happened when he blew the engine of his biggest purchase to date. Learn his favorite BMX video of all time, and check Rob out riding the Kitchen Skatepark in Indiana in this Alli Sports My Five.” – Alli Sports