Nigel Sylvester has added Go Pro to his list of sponsors:
GoPro is proud to officially welcome Nigel Sylvester to the GoPro Family, and join him in announcing the next installment of his incredible GOvideo series. Using his talent on a BMX bike and his appreciation for art, style and travel, Nigel created GO to express his creativity and share his perspective with his audience.
Part 6 of the GoPro POV Bike Riding in NYC series featuring Anthony Panza, Dustin Lee and myself (Billy Perry). We ride BMX all over scenic New York City, weaving through traffic, skitching cabs, jumping on trucks, as well as dodging cops, security guards, pedestrians and cars.
When BMX Pro Dan Foley gets a text message that the Woodward High Jump contest is going down in 20 minutes he has plenty of time to spare as he navigates through the parks of Woodward Camp. Sit back and blast off courtesy of our GoPro Hero 4.
GoPro’s new Karma Grip helps you capture stabilized footage so smooth your ordinary shots will look extraordinary, whether you’re filming BMX, cutting first tracks on the mountain, biking across challenging terrain or chasing your kids around the playground. You can use Karma Grip as a handheld device to capture shake-free “follow cam” footage or mount the stabilizer to a Chesty or the Seeker backpack for hands-free, POV video.
We talked about sneaking in and riding this waterpark for years. Thanksgiving day came and it was finally time to head out at 6 AM in hopes of riding the waterpark and not getting arrested. The day was absolutely insane and then we got spotted by Security.