Here we go again! Another week down. An endless supply of dialed BMX videos to watch were posted up in the Daily Section for you guys to enjoy all week. Now, it’s time to pull up the best ones for you guys to check out again or check out for the first time if you some how managed to miss them. We’ve got 15 edits featuring the likes of Mat Hoffman, Cory Wiergowski, Bruno Hoffmann, Tom Sanders, Kym Grossed, Jake Ortiz and more, so let’s get into this!
I picked Mat Hoffman’s edit he dropped yesterday as the top video of the week. The fact that this video was filmed in 2001 and 11 years later, it’s still so far beyond what anyone else is doing today is absolutely amazing. This is 3 minutes of 20 seconds of tricks and combos that you probably have never seen anyone do other than Mat. Absolutely phenomenal.
“Here’s a “fantasy” run where I collaborated a bunch of variations I was doing in 2001”
It’s almost unfair how much talent Christian Rigal has. Between his amazing ability to film and edit, he’s been progressing into an insanely good rider. There’s no doubt in my mind that he deserves to have Etnies as a sponsor. This welcome edit announcing the news came out so damn good.
“MARKIT is proud to present Christian Rigal’s, welcome to Etnies edit. Christian is the newest member of the Etnies team and for good reason. He travels the world, destroys it in the streets, has a great attitude about everything, and is one of the hardest working die hard BMXers out there. Christian has a long future ahead of him with Etnies, and I’m sure they are just as pumped to have him apart of the team as we are to have him apart of the MARKIT family. Sit back and enjoy!
Filmed by: Connor Lodes, Ronnie Napolitan Terrell Gordy and Dennis Enarson
Edited by: Christian Rigal
The Blue’s Magoo’s- Sometimes I think about”
Tom Sanders hasn’t had the best of luck the past year or so with injuries, but it’s real good to see him back on it. This video United dropped is a reminder of just how good this guy is.
“Tom Sanders has not had the best run of luck when it comes to injuries. This edit was something he started after getting back from an ACL replacement, and was eventually filmed over 10 months in Barcelona, Hastings & Hull, with a broken collerbone in between.
Tom explains more about what he has been dealing with in this interview and photo gallery on the site.
Artist: No Age
Song: Life Prowler
Album: Everything in Between”
It’s crazy how good Cory Wiergowski has been getting. This new video for Sunday is packed with some serious street fire.
“Cory Wiergowski is a machine and has been firing on all cylinders lately. Here’s his latest video entitled V.H.S. which doesn’t stand for Video Home System. His filming took him to spots from Arizona to California and all the way up to his home state of Michigan. There’s too many bangers in here, so don’t expect any spoilers in this description just sit back and enjoy! Filmed and edited by Alex Burnside.”
I really can’t wait for the end of the month when the full edit drops. Bruno Hoffmann does not disappoint.
“Bruno gets to live in an apartment in the middle of Berlin for a few months thanks to the guys at Red Bull who supported him.
Plenty of awesome spots were found when Bruno and his visiting friends left the apartment for the daily street sessions, and Mayol was there to film it all. Check out the Teaser to the main edit – coming up at the end of November!” – Red Bull
Stranger dropped a new mixtape this past week that is loaded up with some serious freecoasting goodness. 14 minutes of goodness that is. It also sounds like there will be plenty more of this to come.
“The first Stranger Mixtape, more to come.
Rich Hirsch, Eli Taylor, Zach Krejmas, Charlie Crumlish, Eric Bahlman, Bobby Kanode, Jesse Whaley, Wolfman, Jake Muras, Matt Barchus, Wes McGrath and Craig Passero”
This video is seriously STACKED. I am looking forward to seeing the new Vinyl BMX DVD when it comes out. I’d imagine if you hit the play button you will be too.
“ The Vinylbmx Full DVD Film Trailer features the following riders: Vince Primel, Jeremy Muller, Mark Potoczny, Brad Gibbs, Tom Arkus, Tom Dillon, Doug Richie, Clint Reynolds, Brian Yeagle, Chris Doyle, and Ryan Wert. This is just a small sample of what the full film will have to offer. We will release a riding trailer, one month prior before the self titled Vinylbmx DVD is released.
Video Release Date March 15th 2013
The film will be included in the March 2013 Issue of Soul Bmx Magazine. The dvd will also be available for sale around the world March 2013.
Vinylbmx full video rider appearance list.
Brian Yeagle, Mark Potoczny, Ryan Wert, Tom Arkus, Brad Gibbs, Vince Primel, Jeremy Muller, Ryan Popple, Chris Doyle, Denis Mowgly, Chase Zink, Tom Dillon, Ryan Melia, Brandan Pundai “Punjab”, Issac Hoefling, Kevin Porter, Mark Mulville, Jon Saunders, Gary Young, Alex Magallan, Jason Willis, Brian Foster, Clint Reynolds, Bobby Delaat, Thomas Robinson “Robbo”, Lima Eltham, Jonathan “Quaggy” Hoagland, and Friends.”
It’s a well known fact that if you put a group of FBM riders together, good things will happen. Well, crazy shit, partying and BMX will happen. I can’t guarantee good things, but those all are key.
“The maiden voyage of the FBM Fun bus, Stopping in Tennessee and Arkansas, on the way to Austin, with riding from Tom Blyth, Kenny Horton, Eric Holladay, Garrett Guilliams, Neil Hise, Jackson Allen, Eric Hennessey, Latane Coghill, John Tillman, Zac Costa, Brian Foster and more…”
This video is a perfect example of a perk of being a sponsored rider. When the weather goes south, there’s a good chance you will get sent somewhere warm to take care of business. That happened for Greg Henry, Codie Larsen and Brandon Begin recently when Wethepeople flew them out to Los Angeles to meet up with Andrew Jackson and Dylan Stark for a few days of sunshine.
“It can get cold in certain parts of America, so every now and again its completely necessary to fly a few of the riders to L.A and let them soke it all up. In this short trip we see AM guys Codie, Brandon and Greg to meet up with PROS Dylan and Andrew.”
Awesome crew of riders in a city of endless spots. I could have told you this video made the list before I even hit play for the first time.
“Most of the Madera team headed to Chicago for a long weekend and filmed and shot photos the whole time.
It was short, sweet, and successful. Take a look at the team shredding along side some grassroots homies.
Riders: Josh Eilken, Mike Hinkens, Tom Villarreal, Jeff Dowhen, August Zeratsky, Dylan McCauley
Filmed and edited by: Grant Casteluzzo
Additional filming and thanks to Tony Malouf and Luke Mouradian
Song: No good Mr. Holden”
I’m not going to lie. I’m starting to think Jake Ortiz is waaaay under rated. This new edit for 2Hip is so wild. This dude knows all about taking care of business.
It doesn’t matter what you put in front of Kym Grosser, he’s going to kill it regardless. This new video for Strictly BMX is definitely one to see.
“In a bit of a change from his usual street territory, Strictly fam, Kym Grosser has been putting in the work lately at a bunch of Plaza and Skateparks around Melbourne.
Filming by Mick Bayzand & Hesh @ Revolver
Edited by Iain Carnegie
Music – EPMD – Da Joint”
Tyler Fernengel has been progressing at an insane rate this past year. I’m sure a lot of you are familiar with his edits from Woodward, which have all been real wild, but this new one really shows how much he can do on the streets. Picking up Tyler was a real good decision on Osiris‘ part because I don’t see this kid slowing down any time soon.
“We’re excited to welcome Tyler Fernengel to the Osiris family. Tyler is only 16-years-old and hails from the greater Detroit area. This kid kills it, but more importantly, genuinely loves riding his bike. We look forward to sharing many great times in the years to come!”
All right, that wraps up this weeks edition of Video Recap! I hope you enjoyed it. You can check out more videos that were posted up in the Daily Section. You can also head back to the front page for more Originals or hit up Bikeguide to see what’s going on in the forum!
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