Canadia’s Greg Henry has a bike check up on the Wethepeople site. Take a look, it’s a solid unit.
“10 years ago this month Will Jackson got his first wethepeople frame, he has been riding for us ever since. Now, 10 years on he talks about how life has changed, how wethepeople has changed and how BMX has changed over the past 10 years. He also shows us that despite being a father he is still very much the same rider he always was.” – Wethepeople
Chester Blacksmith rounded up the flow team (Greg Henry, Codie Larsen, Chris Gollup, Jeff Martin, and Marcas Grubbs) and hit the road from Fresno, California to Portland, Oregon for this new Wethepeople edit. With a crew like that, you know it’s a good edit.
Filmed and Editied by Scott MacMenamin
Wethepeople‘s Mikey Almodovar spent some time at Woodward recently. Check out this quick edit to see what he could film in his time there. Streeeeet.
“So here we are; the great moment we have only mentioned a few times; the very first episode of Freestyle5. What is Freeestyle5 you say? Well it’s everything bmx; flatland, vert, dirt, street, park, and whatever else you can create with your little kids bicycles. Freestyle5 encompasses all of these areas in a 15 minute web show, where we discuss the latest and greatest web edits, products, and events. There are interviews with those who make it happen in bmx; including riders, videographers, artists, and more.
Now that you have an idea for the amazing show you are about to watch let’s give you a brief summary of what you can expect in this first episode. Along with discussions and breakdowns of the latest and greatest web edits like Mike Escamilla’s “This is United” section, Haro’s “Chile 8mm” edit, and the adventurous We the people trip to Mexico “Southbound and Down”, you also get an in depth interview with Chester Blacksmith about the We the People trip and all the trials and tribulations that went along with it. Also on the docket is a look at the new Vans / Cult collaborating grip and a quick look at an event for a worthy cause coming up soon in Portland, OR.
So sit back, relax, crack a beer (root beer for the age deprived), and enjoy the show, because it is
only going to get better and better…” – Mark Rainha / Freestyle 5
“Early in 2011 the Wethepeople PRO team took off to Mexico city, Jason injured himself only weeks before and we had to transfer his ticket and bring in on the beach sub Marcus Grubbs. We set off to find out what the third largest city in the world had to offer and to do our best to stay out of trouble.” – Wethepeople
Filmed and Edited by Rich Forne.
You can find out more about the trip by hitting the new mini-site right here!
Wethepeople dropped this trailer for an interview with Will Jackson that will be dropping soon. Should be a good one.