The guys over at Animal Bikes have released the mix section from their “Foreign and Domestic” DVD online for your viewing pleasure. This mix section features the likes of Edwin DeLarosa, Brian Wizmerski, Ralph Sinsi, Steven Hamilton, Chase DeHart, Vinnie Sammon, Jackson Ratima, Jared Washington, Bob Scerbo, Joe “Butcher” Kowalski, Rob Dolecki, Jeff Kocsis, Dave McDermott, Tom White, Lino Gonzales and a bunch of others that kill it. This is definitely one you’re going to want to hit that play button on.
Animal uploaded this new clip of Steven Hamilton from a random session recently for their new Quick Fire Friday series that I hope to see more of. Rad!
Steven Hamilton is back at it again with a new edit for you guys to check out. This one is definitely pretty wild and out there, but it’s still a real good watch. Gas huffing is a hell of a video editing technique, haha.
Steven Hamilton has been busy digging through all of his old tapes to produce some DVD’s for Empire. This is a look at his newest one called “Undercover Autopsy” that’s out now. Give the trailer a watch, then go pick yourself up a copy…. Fun fact: Once upon of time on a trip to Columbus, Steven Hamilton hopped on my bike after skating up out of no where and fired out one of those cured wall ride to opposite 270s first go.
“Ever wonder where Hamilton was from 2007-2011? You heard rumors he’s wandering around Seattle, filming himself ride in the rain? Or he’s making one of his “self-filmed” edits, this time be it a 20″ girls “Sea Star” Huffy, on a muggy day in Columbus, and the community is not happy. And again he’s 180ing a trashcan, this time its 4 AM, in Westerville, but Stew Johnson isn’t there filming it for Props. This is a “locals only” session, and they’re going off. Wherever Hamilton is, Lobsterspine Productions “UNDERCOVER AUTOPSY” has you covered. Here’s Hamilton in his rawest form, during “the Lost Years”, from High School sweetheart to homeless skateboarder with a bad beard and a pension for big wallrides on any kind of bike. The third DVD in the LSP series, “UNDERCOVER AUTOPSY” runs 28 minutes and will have you on the floor laughing, wishing you were 24, it was summer, and you didn’t have a worry in the world but to ride all night.” – Empire BMX
I’m not going to lie… The title and description for this video is throwing me for a loop. What I do know is this video is loaded up with some Steven Hamilton footage that spans a lot of years along with a bunch of other riders, haha. Just hit play and see what I mean already!
“2003 won’t come soon enough for Mr. Hamilton, a.k.a “the Ugly Humper”, to turn pro. One short year is all he thinks he needs to show the world who’s boss on a bmx. But when this freshman stud finds himself in Mexico without his bike, and surrounded by feeble ledges, even he begins to question his pro credibility.“
I’m not really sure where time has been going lately, but it’s been flying. Another week has passed and it’s already time for a new Video Recap. I went through the 170 or so posts from the past week in the Daily Section and picked out some of the best videos for you guys to check out. This week we’ve got 16 videos featuring Ruben Alcantara, Matt Roe, Jason Enns, Ryan “Biz” Jordan, Tammy McCarley, Corey Bohan, Steven Hamilton, Stefan Lantschner, Rob DiQuattro, Paul Ryan, Anthony Napolitan, Lahsaan Kobza, Scotty Cranmer, Arnaud Wolff, Nick Bullen, Chase DeHart and more for you to check out. So let’s get into it!
Oh hell yeah. DIG had Peter Adam dig into his old files and put together this video featuring footage of Steven Hamilton from a trip they took to San Francisco back in 2004. This should be an indicator as to why people still go wild over this dude today.
“Following on from our full interview in the recent DIG 92 with one of BMX’s most progressive and controversial riders, we look back at a classic period in Steven Hamilton’s life when he got his first DIG interview, his crazy section in Federal’s ‘Trafelio’ was released, and the world really took notice of just how good this guy was.
You may recognise some of these clips from ‘Trafelio’ and the Tip Plus video, but Peter Adam wanted to share a flavour of what else was going on during their week long stay in San Francisco.
Filmed and edited by Peter Adam.”