Broc Raiford has slowly but surely been getting back on it since his knee injury earlier this year. We caught up with him to see whats been keeping him busy, learn about his recovery, catch some sessions and more... Enjoy!
Tom Dugan is a true professional and clip-producing machine. Tom filmed this entire video in just two days in Seattle before going down real hard at the end of the second day, ending his trip. But those two days....
Armed with a trick list to tackle and a roommate who films, Aaron Ross hit the streets of Texas with Dan Coller over the course of 6 months. 1 quick trip to California later and we have Still Standing. They don’t call him the Bossman for nothing. Enjoy!
Brandon Webster is a proud Canadian, devout fisherman, hard worker, and incredible bike rider. Even with a full-time job and hours spent on the lake daily, Brandon still found time to film this killer video, traveling when he could and steadily stacking clips in locations as far flung as Austin, Miami, and Southern California. Brandon's riding is a fantastic mix of tech and burly, and even his most tech moves are landed with such authority that they almost seem burly. Clips don't always come easy for Brandon, but his determination sees him through, and I'm sure you'll agree this part is well worth all the time and effort he's put into it.– Walter Pieringer
BMX / Litehouse Rim promo Featuring Matt Nordstrom and Tom Dugan. The Odyssey Litehouse Rim is both light and strong, with super-thick angled sidewalls to minimize the risk of damage when you hang up. The rim features a wider cross-section than normal to compliment modern tire widths. Designed as a semi-brakeless rim that can be run front or rear. When brakes are used, be sure to adjust the pads so they avoid making contact with the tire’s sidewall, as usual.
Earlier this year I brainstormed with the guys over at Odyssey about video project ideas for 2017. We agreed on doing a concept-based video to switch things up from the traditional web edit style. Mike Mastroni was brought into the picture as our filmer and to help us make a decision on what the most interesting concept would be. Ultimately, we chose to do a video composed entirely of riding spots we could find in Long Beach alleyways. Mastroni and I live smack dab in the middle of a plethora of alley spots, so we got to work quick and filmed for about 2 weeks.