Jack Kelly's banging new video that he filmed in California a few months back before tearing his ACL which has him laid up for a few more months. This entire video was filmed in just 2 weeks before the accident happened.
Alex Emig 2017. Alex started the year working on this edit. Stacking clips all over the chicagoland area. But due to some minor injuries, we had to put a pause on filming. And with winter stopping riding outdoors, we decided to use what he got.
We set up camp in the Bay Area of Northern California with Chad Kerley, Mike Gray, Josh de Reus and experienced local guide Christian Rigal showing us some of his gem spots. The golden fall weather days were spent clipping up and a couple sessions even flowed into the crisp nights. With a tight crew and no schedule to follow, the trip was one to remember!
A transplant from the UK, Ben Wallace has been living in California for 4 years taking advantage of the picture perfect weather to ride his bike. This video shows a lot of the local spots that Ben goes to and rides them only like he can. Welcome to the California Republic.
With the amount of sunny and joyful videos you get from any part of Spain, here is one made of blood, sweat and attitude. Kristaps got robbed during his way to Malaga and was left with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. Sorted out by the KINK team manager Jay Roe with some fresh softgoods, Kristaps continued to crush all the spots on his way one by one - just like a man on a mission.
The Ciao Crew and Marie Jade mans combined forces in Alsace and collaborated on this promo video and a new sweatshirt. Needless to say with these guys, expect effortless style and street gems. That alleyoop downwhip was butter! "We are still in production of the “NO FUTURE” DVD. During our trip to Strasbourg the Ciao Crew met us and as we’ve had the idea for a Collaboration for a long time, we though it was the perfect occasion to make it real. So we did the design of the sweatshirt at diner time on a piece of paper and started to film for this edit. We choose this location because Alsace is the most German part of France." - Alex Valentino / Marie Jade
Dan Conway goes all in for his ender section in GT's "Seriously Fun". Dan took some diggers while filming this section, but all those big rails, kinkers, hubbas, and ledge/rails stand no match for this savage.