Just as WETHEPEOPLE dropped their third full-length video ' Foundation' in February they didn't waste any time in getting another project underway. Endstate is 15 minutes long and features full sections from Felix Prangenberg, Ed Zunda and Jordan Godwin as well as mini parts from Dan Kruk and new kid Jesse Romano all filmed in California. Do I need to mention the ender? If you've seen the trailer and you're good at math you can work it out.
The WETHEPEOPLE family grows one stronger today as Swedish all-terrain slayer Adrian Malmberg joins the squad. Adrian has the ability to shred anything he puts his tires on, from a 7ft spine to a 15 stair handrail, all with a smile on his face. Adrian is no stranger to road tripping around the world with his bike, and with many of the guys on the team having already met and traveled with Adrian, the decision to add Adrian to the crew was one that was unanimously agreed upon.
Our Canadian squad gets even heavier today with the addition of Dean Hartley to the mix through the guys at OGC. "Dean is that guy who can do anything he tries (except maybe barspins) and make it look effortless. Dean Hartley is a name you will want to remember for years to come, he is truly one of Canada’s best kept secrets."
The WETHEPEOPLE crew set out in January 2016 to film for their third full-length BMX video and traveled to over 10 countries, exploring over 20 cities and destroying themselves mentally and physically in the process.
Ed Zunda, Dillon Lloyd, Mike Curley, Pete Sawyer, Max Gaertig, Felix Prangenberg, Mo Nussbaumer, Dan Kruk, Jordan Godwin and a huge bunch of the Wethepeople family are all part of this feature length BMX video – all pieced together by the unrelenting filmmaker Cal Earnshaw.