Tony Malouf coming through with a fresh interview in The Gully Booth. This time around Kevin Porter sits down for an awesome interview that covers a TON of ground from what he’s getting into these days to great stories and much, much more. Over two and a half hours of conversation in this one, so get on that play button and take it all in!
CHAD KERLEY VS DAN KRUK
The Ultimate Shred League threw a Game of BIKE on top of a skyscraper in Los Angeles putting a bunch of riders head to head in a flat ground game of BIKE. This is a look at the first round of games. Up top you can find Chad Kerley VS Dan Kruk, then after the jump you can find Ethan Corriere VS Speedy G, Poor Homie Rich VS Mikey Tyra, Broc Raiford VS Ree Stark, Matt Ray VS Jaume Sintes and Tony Malouf VS Cody High Desert. Check out what went down, between each game. We’re assuming this is like a bracketed thing where the winners will play each other until one rider is crowned the winner. Not much detail with the videos, so we’ll just wait and see!
Check out this rad video from the Pedal For Peace jam that went down in Long Beach the other weekend! The event was organized by Linwood Monk and a ton of familiar faces turned out for the day to support the cause! Check out riding from Broc Raiford, Dylan Stark, Kevin Porter, Tom Villarreal, Tony Malouf, Jeff Wescott, Demarcus Paul and more! Hit play and take this all in!
“These are tumultuous times we’re currently living in. And whatever your beliefs may be, if you want to make a difference and help make a change, you need to speak up and act. That’s exactly what Long Beach local Linwood Monk did with Pedal For Peace. To say that Linwood (@bosshog) is outspoken about his beliefs is an understatement—and this past weekend he channeled that energy in a positive direction with Pedal For Peace. The ride began at Long Beach City Hall and ended at a jam with a box jump/hip setup at the beach parking lot below Bixby “Cherry” Park—where a Reggae band was coincidentally playing a mere ten feet away. In true Long Beach fashion, the event quickly turned into a melting pot of people from all walks of life getting together and having a good time. Change doesn’t happen overnight, but every effort helps us all in move the right direction, and Pedal for Peace did exactly that.” – Our BMX
Bobby Kanode coming through with a fresh Kanode Knows video where he gets on a call with Tony Malouf for a quick Q&A style interview with questions submitted on Instagram. This is a pretty short video considering the conversation they have covering filming fisheye versus long lens, a story about Ricky Bates and a couple other things. This is short but pretty sweet. Just curious what Tony has been up to lately since we haven’t seen him a lot since leaving Fit.
“Tony Malouf is a filmmaker, BMX rider, and good ass friend of mine. We talk in this for 25 minutes and its glitchy and fun. Don’t forget to smash that like and subscribe button for no reason!” – Bobby Kanode
Here’s a bit of news we didn’t see coming! According to Vital BMX, Tony Malouf is no longer riding for Fit Bike Co. after transfering from TM and filmer to the Pro team after just a few months. We haven’t found anything from Tony or Fit about the news, but Tony doesn’t mention them on his Instagram and he’s no longer listed on the Fit Team Page, so it seems like that’s the case. Obviously at this point we have no idea what happened or why, but we’re sure we’ll hear what’s next for Tony sooner than later.
Here’s his welcome video that dropped on January 29th… So about 3 months on the team.
The Fit Bike Co. squad are back with a new F-Log giving you a look at what the got into during a session while cruising a few ditch spots and a skatepark. Needless to say, the riding is on point and there were plenty of laughs along the way.
“Begin takes the gang to a tiny ditch spot where he and Charles have it out with a push broom; kick-starting a day full of riding, Philly cheese steaks, breweries, skateparks and more.
Brandon “Chief” James – @chiefbrandoooo
Charles Littlejohn – @charles_littlejohn
Joe Battaglia – @joey15bagz
Brandon Begin – @brandonbegin
Jonny “Jibby” Z. – @jibbyhendrixx
Alex Ryer – @aryerr
Jeff Wescott – @jeffwescott
Filmed & Edited by Tony Malouf – @tonymalouf”
BSD takes a look back at their best footage from their “Transmission” DVD…
Like they always say, time flies when you’re having fun. The “Transmission” DVD was released two years ago already. BSD decided to go through and pull out the best footage and pack it into this dialed edit for your viewing pleasure. If you want a reminder of how good the “Transmission” video is, this is a good reminder. After you watch this, go re-watch the full video right here — “Full “Transmission” video!
“Having missioned around the globe for two years stacking ridiculous riding clips with the BSD team on over 10 trips it’s nearly impossible to choose the best of them, but here we go. This edit marks the 2 year anniversary of Transmission’s world wide premiere in Glasgow with a selection of just some of the highlights from Dan Paley, David Grant, Sam Jones, Mike Jersey Taylor, Matt Allpress, Jason Teet, Luc Legrand, Liam Zingbergs, Kriss Kyle, Reed Stark and Alex Donnachie’s sections from the 2016 BSD Transmission DVD.
Filmed and edited by
Additional filming by
Scott Olds” – BSD
Glenn PP Milligan sat down with Tony Malouf for The Gully Booth podcast…
It looks like Tony Malouf is firing up his own podcast style series called The Gully Booth. This time around Glenn PP Milligan sits down in the booth to talk about everything from how he got into BMX and the industry, his first filming job with Standard, the transition over to Ride BMX, road trips across the country, all the way to what he’s got going on these days and much more. Glenn has a ton of great stories and a lot of history in BMX, making for a real interesting interview. Check it out!
“Episode 2 featuring East Coast videographer Glenn PP Milligan. On tonight’s show we cover a strong portion of Glenn’s career in BMX with some good insights on memorable moments such as Ryan Nyquist and Gary Young’s “Drop the Hammer” song dilemmas and the legendary VX smashing that takes place in RideBMX’s “Digital Interface”” – The Gully Factory