Look Both Ways: Julius Carrasquillo and Taylor Thompson for Madera BMX Filmed by each rider and the bros and then edited by Jeff Klugiewicz, this split edit is a testament to what you can get done with a ton of hard work and drive. Regardless of real-life obligations like jobs and family, these two Madera homies spent their nights and weekends filming each other for this solid street video.
Mattia Romanazzi had the idea of putting out a mixtape and here it is! A collection of old and new clips simply filmed and edited with mobile phones, in a true modern fashion. Enjoy this one and stay tuned for more in the future.
In 2019, I began the overdue journey to understand my shadow. Although this is still a work in progress, looking back I have come along way since I released my previous edit, the escapist. The fact that I am finding some peace means my head is in a better place, where better things happen.
If you had to pick just 3 tricks you could do, 3 spots you could ride, and 3 riders you could ride with, what would you choose? In MAGIC NUMBER, that’s what we want to know. After kicking off the series with Dennis Enarson and Jordan Godwin, we continue with the living legend, Ryan Nyquist.
Check new video with Pavel Nikonov. The archive of clips filming over 10 years was used to break into 2020 with a new street profile! Many locations, a large number of operators, lost clips, injuries and snowscoot riding! The king of rocketmanuals, father and chief representative of FAKT BMX for many years.
The Tony Hawk Foundation awarded skatepark grants to 631 communities across the US. Detroit just happened to be one of them. This is Detroit's first legitimate skatepark! To celebrate, Dylan Thayer filmed this sick mixtape with a whole squad of riders including Nick Seabasty, Timmy Theus, Jamie Thayer, Trent Lutzke, Cory Wiergowski and loads more.