S&M's Brian Wizmerski gets a full on interview from his home casino and the Metro jam always attracts the best riders which results in the best contest footage for a video like Props. There's actually a bunch of commercials in between the sections which I don't think is bad because it's just more riding footage. They're too short to walk to the fridge to get another beer so there's nothing to complain about. Unless you're thirsty. Ben Hittle is a standout in the Maryland scene report. The dude is killing it. He has picked up a sponsorship in the meantime. I swear I read it somewhere. The Hittle name just stuck and you'll be hearing more of him.
In New York they do things different. The Animal Brooklyn Banks Jam is a wild session where people went extremely nuts whether the bricks were wet or dry. $40 bucks for a long distance ramp to ramp jump for instance. It wasn't won by Turtle I can tell you that much. $120 bucks for craziest trick had some stunts going on in NYC that are worth checking out.
The product section of the video magazine had all kind of stuff in it. The slideshow goes quick so work that Pauze button if you want to check something out.
The Props Credits section always has some funny footy. $40 bucks buys you a complete BMX bike at Interbike but does it survive the test? Keith Mulligan always travels in style (limo) and there are more funny BMX bloopers that you'll never see on the Funniest Home Videos.
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