For our latest Substance In The City we had to battle the cold, wet Scottish winter weather and head indoors. We hit up an undercover spot before heading to the BSD warehouse, hopping in the van and heading to SHRED skatepark. Hope you enjoy and have a merry christmas from all the Substance team!
Santa claus upgraded the whip! Here you get a full perspective of his new Cult BMX bike, as he takes over New York City a little bit different this year. I hope this made you laugh, even a little bit, thats all that matters. The objective of this video was to reach out to the community, not in a an ordinary fashion, and to have fun. So thats exactly what I did. Seeing the crowds reaction, boys, girls, men, women, friends, family, whoever! Was amazing and I thank you all for that. Also I'd like to shout out to Billy Perry, Wilber Barahona (Cookie Monster), and especially Harley Rodriguez for helping me with this video. Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
After being in BCN for 6 months returned to Portugal. This video was filmed with a small compact digital camera and it contains simple maneuvers on setups that I found interesting points on my permanent quest of searching for new places to express myself.
Tom Justice took a trip over to cali at the end of September and proceeded to tear up every transition or set of trails he touched with all the usual speed and style you've come to expect from his riding!
Check out what he got up too in the edit
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The WETHEPEOPLE crew set out in January 2016 to film for their third full-length BMX video and traveled to over 10 countries, exploring over 20 cities and destroying themselves mentally and physically in the process.
Ed Zunda, Dillon Lloyd, Mike Curley, Pete Sawyer, Max Gaertig, Felix Prangenberg, Mo Nussbaumer, Dan Kruk, Jordan Godwin and a huge bunch of the Wethepeople family are all part of this feature length BMX video – all pieced together by the unrelenting filmmaker Cal Earnshaw.
this is a sixty second promotional piece for jib: tape number four. this video was filmed in eastern pennsylvania and showcases realistic street riding from a variety of talented individuals who reside within the state. a large majority of the filming was conducted in the philadelphia region over the past 2-3 years. the project's goal is to document the stylistic approach to riding on less than perfect obstacles that the area has been and continues to be known for. stay tuned for dvd release and premiere information in the beginning of 2017.