Post Simple Session this year saw a massive fleet of riders head to Barcelona to catch some rays, spots, coupla' loose nights and warm up for the upcoming busy period in their schedules. Alex Donnachie originally had this footage allotted for the Nearly 5 DVD but instead he decided to link it into this mix video. Needless to say with the likes of Joris Coulomb, AK, Anthony Perrin, Austin Augie and more, things heat up real fast.
We had a couple Barcelona first timers in the squad. Julian Arteaga, Jared Duncan, David Pendleton and some homies from Murrieta. You know you have to pull up to Forum (Luh4ren from Black Kray starts playing). Found that smiley on the white curbs.
On the right we have LA based photographer Chris Eiland being proud on his inside out spliff (learned from the dutch) next to his signature FVR tee shirt.
In the end of January I went to Barcelona for a month again. Yearly winter escape because of the shitty weather all the time in Hollandia. This time a lot of different squads from
Welcome to Mark Burnett's Field Notes. A new record of what it is like to travel with Mark and what happens along the way. Here are some words from Mark himself: "For those of you who don't know, which I assume is most, I used to make iPhone style web videos for my own YouTube channel. Basically they were just a regurgitation of anything I had on my camera roll, dumped over top of a Juicy J or Meek Mill song. With Instagram having video capabilities, it's been a while since I've made a video like this but it's definitely something I still enjoy doing. I wanted to bring it back, and so I did. Here's the first edition of Field Notes, a log of all things Mark. This one is from the 3 weeks I spent in Barcelona during late January through early February staying on Simone's couch. Enjoy!"
After escaping the brutal weather of Estonia, the team headed to Barcelona to start work on a new project. Join Jordan Godwin, Dillon Lloyd, Ed Zunda and Dan Kruk at the 360BS street jam which went down during our visit.
We are always excited to bring you videos from the NorCal BMX scene and this time it's an introduction to Format Error, a new project from Bob Randel, the creator of the Percept DVD. No official word on what's in store next, but we'll be eagerly awaiting whatever is to come. In the meantime enjoy this collection of footage from Barcelona featuring Matt Nietschke, Nick Tansley, Bob Randel, Wes Rhoe, Mauro Valencia, and John McGowan.
After Malaga Vans bowl contest Alex Hiam spent some time in Barcelona chilling with his girlfriend but also spent four days cruising with John Young hitting whatever was in front of them and they came out at the end with a really nice video.