Yall know what time it is! When April 20th rolls around we throw a trail jam at our local trail spot we've been working on for quite some time, Last year was the first time we did the 4/20 trail jam and this year we had to go even bigger with the jumps and the crew that came out. It was a great turn out and the vibes were really good. The wind held off just enough to let us sesh as well. So much fun and so many people came out from all over the west coast. So next year you don't want to miss this jam! Thanks for watching and please respect the trails, lots of hard work went into these and with only a crew of 5-6 people helping its a lot of work to build jumps this size. So dont poach and come help dig. Shout out to the locals Marky, Keith, Cody, Cheech, & Peter!
Bought a gimbal for my camera (DJI Ronin-M) and wanted to try it out. So I went to the BMX Track in Kampen and filmed my buddies do their session. Riders: Yoshitaku Nagasako Mitchel Schotman Justin Kimmann
Go behind the scenes with Eclat's Ty Morrow, Bruno Hoffmann, Sean Burns, Dan Coller, and Devon Smillie as they hit the streets of Austin and San Antonio while filming for the Eclat Socialites video. Yes... the same Socialites video that dropped a few months back—we lagged hard on this one, but it's well worth the wait. So sit back and enjoy an honest behind the scenes look at what it's like trying to film a video in a week on the road with a bunch of your favorite riders.
Die kunstform-Teamkollegen Felix Prangenberg und Miguel Smajli haben sich im vergangenen Winter einen längeren Kalifornienaufenthalt gegönnt. Wie es dort so war, verraten sie im Interview bei uns auf der Seite (Link weiter unten), und als kleinen Vorgeschmack auf ihre Videoprojekte, die die beiden Superfreunde in Kalifornien gefilmt haben und welche sicher schon bald über einen Bildschirm in deiner Nähe flimmern werden, gibt es weiter oben schon mal eine Ladung Raw Jibs.
In the midst of a busy year for Broc, filming for his Disco Stew DVD part, he managed to come away with a quite dialed timeline of "Leftover" footage. Whatever you may consider this batch of clips, leftover or not, its still a really good example of having fun and using spots in a unique and "Broc like" approach... Enjoy!
Brian Kachinsky gives the full rundown of what he rides, including his signature GT Globetrotter frame with a unique prototype Shred & Shed paint (similar to the GT tires), as well his signature seat and Elevated stem, Original 4-piece bars, and more…