One thing I’ve been reminded of with these old sections from the “ETC” video that Wethepeople have been uploading is how legendary their team was in 2004. They’ve just uploaded Josh Heino’s section for your viewing pleasure and you better believe I hope you hit that play button.
“The last part on the Wethepeople ETC video first released in 2004. Josh Heino ripped apart most of California and finsihed off the video in true beast mode.
You can watch all the parts from the ETC. video right here
Edited by Thomas Fritscher.”
Wethepeople have uploaded Max Gaertig’s section from the “ETC” video for your viewing pleasure. This is damn good.
“Back in 2004 Max Gaertig worked hard on his ETC part, destroying many of his hometown spots and in the process coming away with a ground breaking part.“
Wethepeople have uploaded Tobias Wicke’s section from their video they dropped back in 2004 called “ETC” for your viewing pleasure. This is what we call front brake magic!
Wethepeople have been doing an awesome job of showing just how well their 2013 bikes hold up to some actual riding lately. Check out this video of some of their team getting down on the Trust Complete fresh out of the box.
“The wethepeople crew consisting of Dylan Stark, Chester Blacksmith, Andrew Jackson, and Pete Sawyer came through the Transworld Skatepark last week and did some riding on one of their Trust complete bikes, which you can view in our Monday Edit above.” – Ride BMX
Holy… crap. This will be the 40th Saturday in a row that we’ve done the Products: column. Does this mean I have no life? Wellllll… Maybe. But it mostly means that we’ve been able to give you a closer look at a bunch of dialed BMX bikes, frames and parts every week. This week we’ll take a closer look at FBM‘s Headbanger bars, Cult‘s Vans Waffle grips, Wethepeople‘s Team pivotal seat, Diamondback U.K‘s Pro Half-Link chain and Deluxe‘s Pom Pom sprocket. Let’s get into this!
This seriously just made my Friday morning awesome. Wethepeople have uploaded Brian Terada’s section from the “ETC.” DVD they released back in 2004. Some of you older guys will definitely be stoked on this. For all of you younger guys, Brian Terada was one of those pros that was waaaaaay ahead of the game at his time. He was definitely a really influential rider to myself and I’m sure many, many others. Not long after this video, Brian decided he didn’t want to do the pro thing anymore and ultimately went way under the radar. I heard he still rides, but only where there’s no cameras, haha. I’d be sooooo stoked to see some fresh clips of this guy.
“Pete’s got this trick pretty much wired and has a super crisp style to his fastplant 360s. While at the Transworld Park, he took some time to give everyone some tips on how to dial them in–check them out above.”