The rest of the Federal team on the trip includes Kye Forte, Steven Hamilton, Peter Adam, Ian Morris, Sandy Carson and Dean Hearne and guest appearances by Sergej Geier (lots of good stuff from him), Bjorn Heyer and a bunch of others. The trip takes you from Cologne (Carhartt session/street) to Bochm (trails), Hagen, Oldenburg, Bremen, Hamburg and Berlin straight to the Montage with a wide mix of footage from the trip. Edd Allen edited the video but was not on the trip himself. He must have gone crazy when he received all the tapes that Ian Morris, Stew Johnson, Timm Wiegmann, Peter Adam and Sandy Carson filmed over there in Germany at unknown spots. He did a great job considering this.The Bonus section on the Federal DVD has 6 chapters. It starts off with a session at the Seventies warehouse and is followed by "A weekend in Devon," the Forte territory. Lots of dirt action by the world champ and his crew. The Boyley memorial jam looks like a lot of fun. It's a jam like a jam should be with everyone having a blast. The dresses help in that field and if you haoppen to wear girls pants, nobody would notice it there. Peter Adam went on vacation in Hawaii and California. Seeing a sunshine part in the video at this time of the year (December) makes you want to take that plane over there. The slideshow with pics of the Germany tour is great. It shows what went on behind the scenes and has great shots by everyone who had a camera and was part of the trip. The black and white photos (by Sandy Carson) are awesome. Hey, it's a team video, right? Federal rider Brian Tunney comes in with a flatland part at the end to wrap up the latest product from the Federal crew.
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