Robbo, Mikey Palmer, Gaz Docker, and Joe Whitmore visited Rush Skatepark and this drum driven edit is the result. The fact that a skatepark has a legit street setup style curved wallride like that is rad, but not as rad as the overall feel of this video. Hats off to filmer/editor Rob Palmer for a job well done.
During Interbike, I was fortunate enough to get an early look at the final “Cool Story Bro” video from Mutiny Bikes. The video is the final part of a series of web videos that have dropped over the past year giving us a closer look into the lives of team riders Josh Bedford, Matt Roe, Justin Simpson, Brandon Hoerres and Tom “Robbo” Robinson. The final video features the riding footage that was saved during the filming of each of the original profiles along with with a ton of footage from the rest of the team.
I was going to drop a review tonight, thinking the video was dropping tomorrow, but now that it’s online, I figured I’ll just the rambling I would do talking about how good the riding footage from the team is and the film work that Richard Forne did for this one, and just let you enjoy it. I have also embedded all of the original Cool Story Bro videos for you to go back and enjoy again! So without further adieu, hit that play button to enjoy… Bro.
“The final video from our Cool Story Bro series. Filmed in the USA, Spain, France, Germany and England from January to August 2013. Featuring Robbo, Matt Roe, Josh Bedford, Justin Simpson, Brandon Hoerres, Grant Castelluzzo and more.
Michachu and the shapes – roughtraderecords.com/micachu”
Always, always hyped on the new Hideout BMX videos! Here’s their latest from a session that Matt Roe, Robbo and Mikey Palmer all got in at the Maple Street skatepark! Everything from the riding the filming and editing is dialed, so hit that play button and enjoy!
Film by Rob Palmer
Music – Suuns – 2020
Here we go again! Another week down. Another week loaded up with some damn good BMX videos that we posted up in the Daily Section. I’ve gone through all the videos and compiled 11 of the best videos from the week featuring the likes of Morgan Wade, Liam Zingbergs, Luke Peeters, Drew Bezanson, Brian Yeagle, Bruce Crisman, the Sunday team, the Profile Racing team and more. Lets get into already!
Mutiny‘s Robbo teamed up with Sekt clothing for another signature frame. This time around they’ve got a 100% 4130 Sanko chromoly tubing with a 74-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 9.25″ stand over height, 11.8″ bottom bracket height and a 13.6″ (20.75″, 21″) or 14″ chainstay length (21.25″, 21.50″). You can find a tapered top tube, seat tube and seat stays, heat-treated drop outs, head tube and bottom bracket, a down tube gusset, S-bend chanstays, bullet stay ends and welded on brake mounts (trails as fuck!). The frame weighs in at 4.9 lbs (20.75″), comes in top tube lengths of 20.75″, 21″, 21.25″ and 21.50″ with matte black for the color option.
You can check out more photos of the frame right here.
I cannot help but smile watching this one. DIG‘ sent Richard Forne into the woods of Villij to meet up with Robbo to film him cruising through the lines. Between all of the style and the sound of his cassette, you cannot deny this one is the proper way to start your Friday off right. Enjoy!
“We’re psyched on this one! Mutiny’s Robbo and newfound internet sensation/longtime DIG family member Rich Forne take to Robbo’s local Villij Trails in the UK in this exclusive DIG edit. You can see more from Robbo and Villij in our ‘Keep It Local’ article in the DIG Travel Issue, out now. Enjoy!”