The results for X Games Real BMX 2020 are in! The show went down giving us a behind the scenes look at what went into the making of each of the parts, along with the final results. Here is a look at the Bronze, Silver and Gold Medal sections! This is the results picked by the judges for this year, but they still need to announce the winner of the fan vote which could be one of these guys, or one of the other 3 videos that didn’t land on the podium! Up top is Erik Elstran and Walter Pieringer’s section that took Bronze. Below you can find the 2nd and 1st place results!
Garrett Reynolds is no stranger to the X Games, and ALWAYS produces when it comes to a video project. For his section, he teamed up with his go to filmer Tony Ennis to produce one hell of a video that is non-stop bangers from start to finish. Once again, Garrett shows why he’s your favorite riders favorite rider. Hit play and take it all in!
You can vote for Garrett’s section on theX Games Real BMX website!
“Age: 29 | Hometown: Toms River, N.J. | Bike: Fiend | Most recent video part: Always Fiending | 12-time X Games gold medalist | Filmer/editor: Tony Ennis” – X Games
When the Fiend crew have a new video, you know it’s going to be a Must See that you can’t pass up! Here’s a look at Always Fiending that features Colin Varanyak and Garrett Reynolds absolutely CRUSHING it out in the streets with a mix of footage from the rest of the squad filmed throughout the world! As expected, everything about this BMX video from the riding to the filming and editing, and spots is super dialed. Get on that play button and take in all the bangers!
““ALWAYS FIENDING” features full parts from Colin Varanyak (@colinlikewhat) & Garrett Reynolds (@reynoldsfiend) with appearances by Lewis Mills (@lewismillss) Ty Morrow (@tymoe) JJ Palmere (@jjpalmere) Antonio Chavez (@antonio1chavez) Matt Closson (@mattclosson) Mati Lasgoity (@mlridebmx) Augie Simoncini (@augiesimoncini) & Johnny Raekes (@johnnyraekesjr)
Filmed in Shanghai, Barcelona, Sydney, California, Nevada, Lyon, & New York
Film: Tony Ennis (@tony_ennis)
Additional Film: Ben Norris (@benorriss), Calvin Kosovich (@calvinkosovich), Alex Donnachie (@alex_donnachie), & Garrett Reynolds (@reynoldsfiend)
“(Ballad Of) The Hip Death Goddess”
“I’m On Fire”
Born In The U.S.A.
“Fifth Horseman Of The Apocalypse”
Behold & See
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band
Shout: The Essential Alex Harvey” – Fiend
The latest round of Dennis Enarson‘s Unclicked Podcast has arrived after about a month long hiatus. This time around Dennis sits down with Tony Ennis to talk about how he got into BMX and filming to different projects he has worked on, being Garrett Reynolds‘ go to filmer and much, much more. As always, this is a super good listen, so check it out over on the Unclicked Podcast Website.
“The Unclicked podcast returns with bmx filmer Tony Ennis. Tony has created some of the best content in bmx with videos like Endsearch and Deadline, he is the filmer behind all the Fiend videos, and responsible for the majority of Garrett Reynolds footage out there. He is a longtime friend and just a great guy to be around who has nothing but love for bmx. JJ Palmere was also on the mic so it was a good time hanging out with friends and learning more about Tony.” – Dennis Enarson
Go give Tony’s interview a listen on the Unclicked Podcast Website.
Get a behind the scenes look at what went into Garrett Reynolds’ new “Fiending In Sydney” video from Red Bull!
The other week we got a look at the Garrett Reynolds “Fiending In Sydney” video from Red Bull that turned out amazing. The video featured Garrett and Lewis Mills with filmers, Tony Ennis and Calvin Kosovich behind the lens as they cruised spots around the city. The end result was a wild video, but there was a lot that went into it behind the scenes, so Red Bull put together this video that gives us a good look at what went into everything from the riding to what they got into off their bikes as well. Check this one out, then go re watch the Garrett Reynolds “Fiending In Sydney” video!
The crew over at Fiend have released a short but sweet promo video featuring JJ Palmere putting his Palmere V2 Signature Frame to good use out on the streets. Hit play to take in a minute of damn good riding, then scroll down to get full specs and details on the frame!
Filmed and edited by Tony Ennis
Fiend – Palmere V2 Signature Frame
The Palmere V2 signature frame from Fiend is made from full 4130 chromoly tubing with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 9″ standover height and a 13.25″ (20.5″ & 20.75″) or 13.50″ (21″ & 21.25″) chainstay length depending on the top tube length. You can find a heat-treated hourglass Integrated head tube, internal top and down tube gussets, a double butted top tube, ovalized and double butted down tube, an externally butted seat tube, integrated seat post clamp, heat-treated Mid bottom bracket, tapered seat and chain stays and heat-treated 6mm thick dropouts with integrated chain tensioners.
The Palmere V2 frame is available in 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″, 21.25″ top tube lengths, colors of flat black and translucent blue, weighs in at 4 lbs. 14 oz. (20.75″) with a price tag of $314.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Fiend worldwide now.
Heat-treated integrated head tube with internal gussets on the top and down tubes.
Amazing graphics with a “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” theme.
Curve seat and chainstay bridges for 2.40″ tire clearance.
Heat-treated 6mm thick dropouts with integrated chain tensioners!
What do you think of the Palmere V2 frame? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
Colin Varanyak keeping the footage from the Fiend trip to Shanghai, China they took a little while back. Here’s another batch of clips from some spots the crew rolled through! You already know this crew stacked a few clips worth seeing!
“Another one from the China series I’ve been doing. Myself, Garrett Reynolds, Tony Ennis, Kevin Conners and Big Kane explore the streets of Shanghai. Peep the full video to see what we get into and subscribe for more weekly videos!”
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