When it comes down to it, there are few people in life that can get away with truly being themselves and Hucker is one of those people. He’s the type of rider that can go anywhere in the world and he’s guaranteed to turn some heads. Whether it be because of his insane skills on a BMX bike, his unique personality, or simply one of his crazy haircuts people remember Hucker. He’s born and raised in Southern California and it shows in all aspects of his life. He always has a positive outlook on life, is down to get into whatever seems fun at the time and travels the globe on a regular basis. If that doesn’t qualify him as a bad ass, I don’t know what does. In between his many trips I caught up with him in the middle of nowhere in Pennsylvania to talk adventure and this is what came out of it.
Ah, the edit I’ve been waiting on. The Skullcandy trip from Salt Lake City to Oklahoma City. Check out this heavy crew making their way from the SLC to OKC while hitting up the Skullcandy ramps, Mat Hoffman’s backyard, a demo and some street spots… Plus, with Kosman behind the filming and editing you know that it’s on point! Hit the play button because this is definitely one to check out!
“Five dudes, 1200 miles, 7 days. We took BMX riders Rob Wise, Dennis Enarson, Mike “Hucker” Clark, the legendary Tim “Fuzzy” Hall, and filmer Justin Kosman on a journey from Salt Lake City to Oklahoma City for some street riding and private session at Hoffman’s backyard vert ramp.“
Skullcandy loaded up a heavy crew and headed out on the road for SLC to OKC to see what they could get into along the way. Above is the teaser for what’s bound to be an awesome video that drops in a few weeks! Get stoked!
“Five dudes, 1200 miles, 7 days. We took BMX riders Justin Kosman, Rob Wise, Dennis Enarson, Mike “Hucker” Clark, the legendary Tim “Fuzzy” Hall, and filmer Justin Kosman on a journey from Salt Lake City to Oklahoma City for some stuntin’ across the west. Check out the teaser for our #crushingit2OKC roadtrip trip and watch out for the full edit dropping on 5.21.13.“
Damn. This video turned out just as amazing as I could hope for. Drew Bezanson, Mike “Hucker” Clark and Rob Wise all killing it in Hawaii for Skullcandy. Check it!
“When you think of the infamous North Shore of Oahu, most people immediately think of the greatest surfing on our planet. We decided to send Drew Bezanson, Mike “Hucker” Clark, Rob Wise, and legendary BMX Filmer, Justin Kosman, to the Skullcandy House on the North Shore. Together they set off on an exploratory adventure to see what Hawaii had to offer in the way of BMX spots. The result was nothing short of spectacular. Huge roof drops, incredible street spots all surrounded by the lush vegetation of the island. Island Fever is a what we called this edit, documenting the madness that ensued over a five day period on the island of Oahu.
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Skullcandy sent Drew Bezanson, Rob Wise and Mike “Hucker” Clark to the North Shore of Hawaii for a week of riding, surfing and good times with Justin Kosman. They clearly ended up producing because this teaser looks awesome. Can’t wait for the full edit.
There have been some pretty wild families in BMX over the years and it’s always awesome seeing two brothers that both ride and both shred like champs because they push each other. The Loudon brothers are definitely a perfect example of this. Colin and Stuart throw down some damn good riding in this new edit for Skullcandy and DC Shoes. Check this out for sure.
We’re hooking up one of you lucky Facebook fans with these super limited edition gold The Hunt X Skullcandy headphones. All you gotta do is “Like” The Union on Facebook if you haven’t yet (You can do that up and to the right…) and then hit this LINK to the photo you need to “SHARE” and then comment who you think should have a section in The Hunt this year. Easy as that! We’ll pick a random winner next Tuesday (May 1st)! So get on this right now!
Skullcandy put in some work on this new commercial featuring Brad Simms. Take a peek.
“Directed & Stereographer – Pat Cecilian
Director Of Photography – Doug Horton
1st AC – Zach Miller
Grip – Chris Raccioppi
Production Assistant – Cayce Clifford”