I know a lot of you have been asking "where have the vlogs been". The truth is I do not enjoy making that type of videos any more! I really love just documenting and this is just that, a documentation of a trip the boys and took 2 weeks ago up the pch! There isn't a ton of narration in this ( I know that) but its a work in progress!
Hobie Doan is a machine when it comes to filming—point him at a spot and he just goes to town. He rolled through Long Beach recently and fired out 5 clips at each spot he hit—clocking 15 clips in an afternoon. Must be nice!
Name: Chris "Indy" Armstrong Age: 47yrs old Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana Hook-ups/Sponsors: Pro Kote Powder Coating & Flat Society
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-Spot to ride: Flatland Academy -BMX video: KGB Videos (all of them) -Website: Flatmatters -Web video: Anything From Matt Wilhelm -Food: Mexican -Twitter to follow: @patrickfJohnson -Person on Instagram: Dennis Enarson & Matt Wilhelm -Travel destination: Japan & Germany -Riders to Ride with: My Chi Town Family, Jake Jackson, Marty Clark, Brant Hughes, & Chris Woodling
Name: Steve Blackey Hometown: Torrance, California Started riding BMX in: 1977
What was your connection with The Bicycle Source? Steve Blackey: I met Mike Buff and started riding with him at local dirt jump spots in late 1979. Mike's brother Steve Potts (Inventor of Potts Mod), opened The Bicycle Source early 1980 in Lomita, California. At that time I was 15 working at another bike shop. Around mid April 1980 Mike asked me if I wanted to work at his brother's shop and I jumped on the opportunity.
Steve Potts owned and ran the business, also did sales, I was the mechanic and did sales. With Mike Buff, being associated with BMX Action, the shop soon became a focal point for local kids because Mike would come by often so I could “Dial in” his bikes. As the Freestyle BMX movement exploded, the shop