Where: Mostly in Austin, Texas.When: I'm pretty sure we started filming in like 2013 or 14, I had two jobs at the time and Jeremie also had some stuff going on, so this one has been in the works for a long time.How: I'm definitely stoked on everything I was able to do for this video. A lot of the stuff I do the most often isn't always the easiest for me, so some of these took a while. Insanely stoked on the hubs and seat combo from James, and super thankful for this opportunity. Thanks to Profile and Matt Coplon and James Covington for everything! -Cory Foust
Kink did right by adding Calvin Kosovich to their pro team. His fashionable ways, gnarly riding style, and casual demeanor sets him a part from the status quo—making him a good fit for the already well-rounded Kink squad. This is the first video part the Australian native has filmed entirely in Southern California and he managed to not only find a load of untapped spots, but his approach to riding them is just as refreshing. "Calvin has been a part of Kink for a few years now, and we are proud to officially add him to the Kink Pro Team for 2017!
After building the ramp of his dreams, Mike Varga stomped the best edit of his life in the beginning of 2016 with “Home Turf”. Knowing that evolution is the secret to the next step, Mike took zero time off and began redefining his dream. He made his ramp bigger and better. He added trails to his property. And, most importantly, Mike pushed himself to do what was previously considered impossible. Monster Energy is proud to release the latest and greatest from Mike Varga and to congratulate him on landing both the first ever 900 tailwhip and the first ever 1260…
The idea started with lets take 2 small ramps to the city centres to jump off multi storey car parks and bridges land on buildings and wall ride down them. We knew that what we were doing wasn't exactly legal so we decided to wear high vis jackets and hard hats and try our best to disguise ourselves as road workers so that people would leave us alone and It worked! The spots we found on Google earth were bigger than we anticipated and so we tried to build practice set ups to help get used to the gaps.