Joyride 150 skatepark knows how to kick off 2020 right. They invited a whole squad of rippers for the Joyride Street Invitational comp in Canada. Broc Raiford, Mark Burnett, Hobie Doan, Reed Stark, Johnny Raekes, Matt Nordstrom, Travis Hughes, Justin Spriet, Dillon Lloyd and more brought the heat to Toronto and in the newly revamped plaza room, and also the awesome box jump room and pump tracks during the downtime. Peep ten minutes of flip attempts into resi, kendama marathons, and of course next-level riding with an all-star cast.
2020 we got a robot filmer 21 a G out Friday (I really hope) shot on the insta 360 one x, I suck at this thing right now but it’s amazing and I’m learning a lot of new stuff every day. Thank you robot filmer for all you do. expect more of this in the next few months while we figuring it out.
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When you see someone ride you can sometimes tell that he has it. Flow, talent, drive, being eager to learn, someone who always seems to pull things first-go. In Aarle-Rixtel this rider was Tom van den Bogaard. You know who he is now and his talent didn't go unnoticed by companies like Vans, Monster Energy, Tallorder, Paul's Boutique and Triple eight. We cruised around Aarle-Rixtel to take some pics at some iconic places and then sat down at Paul's Boutique to do the interview. Syo van Vliet had already taken some rad action shots over in Eindhoven earlier on which you will find in this piece also.
We’re here at Paul’s Boutique live with local Tom van den Bogaard wearing Vans shoes, a Monster Energy hat, sporting a brand new Tallorder bike built up by Paul’s Boutique. But it didn’t start that way. When did you start riding BMX Tom? Tom van den Bogaard: I believe I was in group 8 in school. I was 12, or 13, I think 12 actually when I bought a brown wethepeople Reason here at Paul’s Boutique. My brother had a newer model year wethepeople bike, the Arcade and Nick had the blue WTP Nova.
Were you still playing soccer at that time? Tom van den Bogaard: Yes, I was still playing soccer at ASV ’33. I played from age 6 till I was 13. I was a goalie and there weren’t many so it was hard for me to quit because they would have to search for a