Wethepeople is proud to officially welcome Australia's Jacman Hinss to the AM team. Hailing from Melbourne, Jacman's blend of smooth riding, originality and big tricks have made him part of a new generation of Australian shredders making waves across the globe. Filmed across two continents, this video highlights why so many of the team are stoked on Jacman, and how buzzing we are to officially welcome him to the team.
The Wethepeople family grows one stronger today with the addition of Popa Roland in Hungary via our friends at OGBS in Budapest. From tech lines to rail setups, Popa kills it with his smooth, smooth style. Don't miss this.
Earlier this year we sent UK skatepark ripper Jack Mould to the famous EUROCAMP facility an hour outside from Barcelona. Despite poor weather conditions Jack managed to come away with some solid footage with his signature steeze and style.
Jordan Godwin has had one hell of a year and now he closes it out with an incredible part for his Wethepeople Doomsayer signature frame. Is there no stopping this guy?! Whatever they're putting in that Welsh water, it's working. Enjoy over five minutes of modern street executed perfectly. Unreal.
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.
Dan Kruk has a progressive handle bar angle and some next-level progressive moves to go along with it. If you have ever seen Dan ride you know he needs bars that will hold up to what he can throw at them when he working on his next NBD. His signature "Stallis" bar is strong enough for Dan which means it will be more than strong enough for you. These are made to Dan's exact specifications so he can take them out of the box and ride them with no modifications so you know they are the right size for throwing the bars. Luckily the angle you choose to run them is up to you.