We were just thinking last night that it’s been a while since we’ve seen a BMX video from Zak Earley and then poof… A brand new Windowless Van video pops up giving us a look at some dialed trails, skatepark and street footage of Zak, Adam Aloise, Joe Hulette and Anthony Maimone from a recent trip Zac took in the van. As always Zak comes through with some excellent riding, and the film work is real clean. Take a peek!
“Change is inevitable. Without change, there is no progress and without progress; no success. Shooting from the Hip was a concept produced over way too many cups of coffee and a few days time. There was no set plan, only constantly evolving skeletal framework and a few set locations. The timing, the execution and the outcome were all a direct product of the saying. React quickly, consider less and the rest will come naturally.”
Filmed and edited by Natty Graham
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