Tom Justice took a trip over to cali at the end of September and proceeded to tear up every transition or set of trails he touched with all the usual speed and style you've come to expect from his riding!
Check out what he got up too in the edit
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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.
this is a sixty second promotional piece for jib: tape number four. this video was filmed in eastern pennsylvania and showcases realistic street riding from a variety of talented individuals who reside within the state. a large majority of the filming was conducted in the philadelphia region over the past 2-3 years. the project's goal is to document the stylistic approach to riding on less than perfect obstacles that the area has been and continues to be known for. stay tuned for dvd release and premiere information in the beginning of 2017.
The fourth episode of the Morocco series. Stayed at this rider's house in a random town outside Rabat. He was raising pigeons for food. Fire. The dude's mother gifted JD and I with white djellabas which was sick. We proceeded to chill with goats and do a bunch of feeble grinds.
I accidentally dropped my bike on a feeble hard and smoked this little Moroccan girl. People swarmed from all over and it was a sketchy situation. It sucked and I felt terrible but luckily she was ok.
Jeremy caps off an amazing 2016 with some serious concrete shredding at Chandler Bikepark on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona in the name of Hyper. Jeremy burst on the scene in a big way this year and, if this video is a sign of things to come, we can all expect A LOT more!
Matthias Dandois believes that the potential of flatland BMX is still largely untapped. To prove it, he draws on BMX park influences and attempts a new trick that has been in his head for nearly a year.
I am not afraid to talk about originality. It's not a taboo subject. Originality sometimes comes naturally, other times you have to work hard. It doesn't matter, the result is the same. I am not any special rider, I've said it before, I am only a soldier of flatland and the last interview we did with Effraim I searched deep and I mean really deep to my soul to find why I started flatland, why I continue and why is so important to me... Flatland is a part of me, it's in my blood. It's not about if I love or hate flatland. I am flatland. That's it. The message i want to send to all flatlanders around the world is that don't be afraid to be different...
Pat Casey went to North Carolina for a weekend to see what the local parks around Raleigh had to offer. The temperature was way colder than Pat is use to but he powered through and came out with a solid video filmed in just a day and a half.
Cohen is one of our Royal Rats and he is goooood. Like, REAL good! Cohen moved to Canada recently and we miss him a lot! Before he left, he filmed an absolute banger of a video with Troy Harradine and we are stoked to be able to put it up now for you - an early Christmas present! Enjoy!