Bruno Hoffmann, Kilian Roth and Mo Nussbaumer teamed up with Rich Forne and Merlin Czarnulla for a trip to Athens, Greece in February. For this video they wanted to make something different than the usual BMX street video and tried to ride the abandoned canoe track from the 2004 Olympic Games. After lying deserted for many years they have breathed some new life into the venue.
Mo: "Filming this video turned out to be quite challenging and resulted in a week long game of cat and mouse with the local security guards. Getting busted within the first hour of our first day we had to get creative to pursue our goal of riding and filming at the Olympic venue. We ended up having one of us sitting outside the fenced venue and up the road to look out for security to warn the others on the inside.
Mo Nussbaumer - Welcome To The Family. Subrosa is stoked to add German shredder Mo Nussbaumer to the team, and now you know why! Check out his ridiculous skills in his first edit for Subrosa. What an awesome mix of big stuff combined with some of the most tech lines and combos. This edit rules and so does Mo! Welcome to the family!
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.
Ed Zunda, Dillon Lloyd, Mike Curley, Pete Sawyer, Max Gaertig, Felix Prangenberg, Mo Nussbaumer, Dan Kruk, Jordan Godwin and a huge bunch of the Wethepeople family are all part of this feature length BMX video – all pieced together by the unrelenting filmmaker Cal Earnshaw.