Daaaaang. Here’s another gem Snakebite BMX uploaded for you guys to enjoy! This is an old video from a trip to San Francisco that the Mosh team took back in 2007! This will undoubtedly get all the mid school guys stoked since this is such a heavy crew even by today’s standards. Take a look at all the street and park goodness.
Now THIS is what we call a BMX video! Check out this new mix video featuring Frank Labudzik, Kyle Emery-Peck, John Bennett, Jeff Bennett, Jake Honesto, Sal, Wolfman (WHERE THE HELL HAS HE BEEN!?), Anthony Malvasio and a few others cruising street spots, trails, pools, DIY spots, full pipes and skateparks. This is super well rounded and it’s not your typical grind and freecoaster video. This has style, tricks you don’t see all too often and a really good vibe. If this doesn’t make you want to fly out to San Francisco to ride with these guys, you are crazy. We’re loving every second of this from start to finish and wish more BMX videos were like this! Hit play and enjoy!
It’s weird how I’ll wonder where a rider has been and then all the sudden something will pop up in my inbox. Wolfman has been MIA for a little while now and for some reason or another it popped into my head the other day. Then today, Quintin Co. dropped this quick video of him giving a fun looking full pipe a go. Take a peek.
About a month ago, Quintin dropped a quick video featuring Wolfman that definitely left me wanting to see some more footage from him. Apparently my wish came true since here’s a longer edit packed with goodness from him. Check it!
Footage of Wolfman might be a little more hard to come by than it used to, but when it does pop up it’s always a treat. Here’s Quintin Co.‘s latest short featuring him cruising the streets of San Francisco. Awesome, but now I want more!
Filmed and edited by Chris Mortenson
“This is the final part from the Salt Lake City trip. You know the drill, it’s the same intro so if you don’t want sit through it again skip to about the 1:30 mark. In this bit you’ll see the crew shred Matt Berringer’s house and some street spots. All-in-all, we all had a ton of fun making our mark in the state of Utah and look forward to the next trip to do it again. K.I.L.
Additional filming: Nick Hammer
Riders: Kevin Malia, Jase Knack, Nick Hammer, Stephen Perjanik, Tristan Adams, Tanner Easterla and Stranger rider, Wolfman.” – Anthony Hernandez
Stranger dropped the above photos of the new Wolfman frame that will be coming through soon. The frame will feature a 75.5 degree head tube angle, 69 degree seat tube angle, 8.75″ stand over height, 11.6″ bottom bracket height and a 13.4″ rear triangle. The frame will also be available in 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ top tube lengths. More details will be available soon I’d imagine.