Not heard of Robin Bourhis yet? Get acquainted with WTP x Eclat's French fireball in this video that's been a long time coming. Between studying civil engineering at university and a busy videographer's schedule it took three years in total to come together. Thanks to the handy Interrail deal the guys managed to take in the sights of Rome, Trieste, Budapest, Ljubliana, Amsterdam, Paris and Athens. Robin certainly made the most of all the new territory, bagging himself some wild clips along the way.
"Marc-André Bellemare is a carpenter, and he has been on the La Cribs bmx team for three years, to his friends he's know as Horseman but he’s not the only one. He’s the Canadian Horseman but there are others in the world. Everytime horseman does something that only horse people can do we make a horse sound at the spot. Normally in the summer time I would invite Horseman to come ride with me after closing the bike shop so I can show him some new spot. And then he would kill that spot and probably show me up, even if I had all ready filmed something there haha. But what can you do he is a HORSEMAN can do whatever he wants"
New Year, new series! In the first episode of 'Be Kind And Rewind' we ask the big dawg, Garrett Reynolds about his favorite video section ever and why it made such a long lasting impact on him. We've been trying to figure out what ours would be and we still don't know! Let us know yours in the comments and look out for more of these very soon.
Our DIG 'Realtime' series continues today with a journey south of the equator to the birthplace of Greg Illingworth - South Africa. We follow him over a full day through Johannesburg in the company of the guy who first put him on video, Jimmy Reynolds, to discuss Greg's move to Hastings UK, growing up riding in a place like SA, his influential meeting with the T1 crew during their World Tour in 2003 and his changing thoughts on his home country. He also revisits his early riding spots including the legendary Germiston bowl, and meets up with some of the next generation of local riders, as well as getting taking to the streets and checking out one of the wildest spots you'll ever have witnessed. Hit play now - this a good one!
Corey Martinez - Ender Ender. Well, we just hit the dozen count on our 'Ender Ender' series and who better to take us through than a man with one of the longest video section careers out there, United's Corey Martinez. The King Of Alabama describes what went into getting his final wild clip from the Still United video... trust T-Nez to come up with a move like that!
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.
There's a lot going on deep in the belly of Simple Session each year so we thought we'd give you a taste of some of the behind-the-scenes antics that kick off in between the actual bike riding. Dan Paley fans are in luck this time as he was on top form, along with his spirit animal Twig. Thanks to Simple Session for another incredible contest!