On the first night of our summer jam series Naton and I came out to film what was going to go down. We didn't know everyone was going to go in so heavily so we tried to keep up with everyone. S/O to everyone that showed up and went in: Dylan Wright AJ Carvalho Eli Kravitz Drew Graves Red Naton Quincy Anderson Dylan McCauley Zilla Thearon Svay @__.michael._ And all the other locals that showed up, went out riding after the park session and everyone that helped another rider get to the jams.
Schon vor 10 Jahren war mir klar, das Evan eines Tages für die großen Firmen und Mailorder der BMX Szene Edits braucht und von Contest zu Contest fährt. Und klar war auch, Braunschweig ist und bleibt sein Local-Spot. Drum war ich nicht verwundert, als er in diesem Sommer auf mich zu kam und wir mit dem filmen im Why’O’Land begannen. Trotz heftiger Stürze und massivem Material-Mord ist ein „Welcome-Edit“ entstanden, die wortwörtlich unter die Decke geht.
‘Tell us ya hate us’. Swanga Jam. Snakewoods. By Steven Jackson. Swanga come up, and shit went down. Huge thanks to everyone who makes these jams possible, and everyone who makes the long trip to hella snaketown.
Haven't vlogged in a couple months but im back yooooo! Gonna edit up some of the stuff from the last few months and then start filming some new things. Also starting to produc a bunch of stuff for SAFARISHIT.COM soooo hit that website. Only thing on it right now is a link to my signature kendama from Sweets, but we going to have a lot more dropping soon. I'll keep yall updated with it. In this vlog I threw a BMX jam in Barcelona and gave away my bike. Shoutout to BSD Forever for the support and all the Spanish locals for such a good day. Ciao pescadooooo
BMX STREET - CHRIS EILAND 2017. Chris Eiland is usually behind the lens handling most of the Common Crew photo work. He's got us in multiple magazines and even created our own book ( thecommondays vol.1 ) based around Monster Mash. Today however, Chris proves he can handle himself extremely well in front of the lens. I can't think of another photographer ever slaying the crank-hard game so well.