As part of the You Won’t book release party, the Team Shralp crew threw a full weekend of events to celebrate. You can get a look at what went down over on Defgrip where they’ve got a fresh Disposed up.
Dean’s pain is your entertainment in this new edit. Some of these look painful as hell.
“TEAM SHRALP presents “Dean Dickinson Crashes.” From 2008 – 2010 Dean was filming for the TEAM SHRALP section in the Bone Deth Video “Surfin’ For The Ugly Broads.” This edit features never before seen raw crash footage of Dean riding pools, street, and skateparks. Filmed in Washington, Oregon, and California.
Filmed By: TEAM SHRALP
Edited By: Dean Dickinson”
This footage always looks so good. Definitely stoked on this one.
“TEAM SHRALP presents “16mm Memories.” In 2007 a couple rolls of 16mm film was shot for “Take It Or Leave It” the BMX pool riding documentary. Raw, gritty, and barely cut. This edit features never before seen footage of BMX, pools, travels, friends, and good times. Filmed in LA, Orange County, San Diego, and the Salton Sea. Featuring: Randy Brown, Darryl Tocco, Ryan Navazio, Sean “Fish” Hoskins, and Brian Martyn.
Filmed By: Dean Dickinson
Edited By: Dean Dickinson”
This is so rad. Check this out for sure.
“TEAM SHRALP presents “Super 8 Memories.” From 2004 – 2006 a ton of Super 8 Film was shot for “Take It Or Leave It” the BMX pool riding documentary. Raw, gritty, and barely cut. This edit features never before seen footage of BMX, pools, travels, friends, and good times. Filmed in Washington, Oregon, and California. Featuring: Dakota Roche, Kurt Rasmusson, Sean “Fish” Hoskins, Justin Kosman, Spencer McCabe, Austin McCabe, Luke Shearer, and Dean Dickinson.
Filmed By: Dean Dickinson, Spencer McCabe, Austin McCabe, and Kurt Rasmusson
Edited By: Dean Dickinson”
“Dean Dickinson has broken his body, his bike, his bank account, and various laws in a quest to reach his personal goal of riding 100 pools. The title of his book—YOU WON’T—is a challenge laid down by some of Dean’s doubters. The reality is—Dean did it, and this project documents it all.
10 years of poached and permission pools are captured with hundreds of amazing images from iconic BMX photographers—Jared Souney, Justin Kosman, Jeff Zielinski, Ryan Fudger, Shad Johnson, and more. The stories pack 20 chapters and 200 pages. Eyewitness accounts with riders include such as Dakota Roche, Mike Tokumoto, Sean “Fish” Hoskins, Spencer and Austin McCabe, Chester Blacksmith, Brian Martyn, Kurt Rasmussen and countless others. Dean’s journey culminates with an epic session with all his friends at the iconic Pink Motel pool. The editorial team on the project includes Dickinson, Jared Souney, Mike Daily, and Mark Lewman. Presented by TEAM SHRALP. Dedicated to James Schiefelbein. Book coming soon! For more information contact: email@example.com”
“Earlier this month, the Team Shralp “Yeah Brother” Mike Tag Benefit Jam was held on the streets of Portland, Ore. All proceeds from the day’s festivities went directly towards Tag’s medical bills, who was diagnosed with Stage ll Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in April of this year.
The event officially kicked off with the Vista Hill Bomb Race. Over 20 riders raced down the West Hills of Portland. Other than a couple high-speed wipeouts, the race went great! At the fastest point of the race, riders were passing cars topping out at 45mph. Verde veteran Ryan Barrett finished in first place, Spencer McCabe in second, and Team Shralp’s party maniac Joe Dirt in third.
The jam then carried onto the street-riding portion of the event. Riders from all of the Pacific Northwest threw down in the streets of Portland. Lincoln High School, Bum Park, and Lovejoy Park were all shredded with no problems from the law enforcement. As the sun was setting, the crew posted up on the Portland waterfront raffling off many prizes supplied by the sponsors in support of Mike Tag.
The crew regrouped at the jam’s after party, which was also a Mike Tag Benefit held at The East End. Once the bands were finished and all the donations were collected from the after party, the Team Shralp crew called it a night. Over $450 was raised towards Mike’s medical bills during the day’s festivities. Other than a few bumps in the road, the “Yeah Brother” Mike Tag Benefit Jam went awesome! The event definitely had mixed emotions floating around and I want to thank everyone who stuck it out and supported the cause. Mike Tag really needs our support right now and I was very pleased by the community’s efforts in this event. Special thanks goes out to the sponsors, volunteers, filmers, Pizza Oasis, The East End, the bands, and everyone else who helped raise money towards the Mike Tag Benefit. Keep on keepin’ on!
Contributing Videographers: Mark Rainha, Chester Blacksmith, and Ben Hucke” – Dean Dickinson / ESPN
Team Shralp is putting on a jam to benefit Mike Tag on July 23rd in Portland. I highly suggest you can make it to this one if you can.
“Team Shralp section from Bone Deth the movie “Surfin for the Ugly Broads”
featuring Dean Dickinson, Joe Dirt, Austin McCabe, Shad Johnson, John Bristol, Kurt Rasmusson, Sean FISH Hoskins, John Ivers, Chester Blacksmith, Andy “Floyd” Erickson, Spencer McCabe
Songs: The Randoms – “Lets Get Rid of New York”
Teenage Head – “Tearin Me Apart”