Today I’m happy to premiere a dope new exclusive from Zach Rogers courtesy of his sponsor, Profile. Zach has been killing it for years and has been through a couple of sponsor changes but he’s representing for Profile and FBM now and still killing it all throughout the Carolinas.
“A collection of random footage filmed around NC and SC during the fall of 2013/spring of 2014.
Filmed by my main dude Phil Jones.
Additional filming by Logan Derberry, Karl Poynter, Johnny Devlin.
Edited by Lunchmeat Executive Logan Derberry.
Thanks to Profile Racings and FBM Bike Co.
Shoutout to Matt Coplon, Steve Crandall, and Leigh Ramsdell for all the opportunities.”
The local councils in the south of France have really been stepping their game up lately and been built some awesome new park in the Toulouse area. Jordan Cazeaux went to session a bunch of them and came back with this great park edit. Jordan is sick!
Erik Elstran spent the summer traveling across Europe (Scotland, Netherlands and Serbia) and put together this video full of antics. There’s some riding in this from the man himself, Rob Diquatro, Luc Legrand and more but it’s mostly fun shit so don’t get too exited.
We’ve already posted a few of the best sections from the Chocolate Truck DVD (including Brendon Reith and Matt Miller’s sections) but today we’ve got the intro for you. If you are a lyrical gangster, click play, if you aren’t, click play anyway.
Vital’s Game Of BIKE is going down this weekend. Why do we care? Because it’s just 2 miles away from the OSS store in sunny Downtown LA! If you’re bothering to make the trek out to witness the Game Of BIKE, we are the nearest BMX shop. So if you break your chain, get a flat or just want to pick up some parts from any of the great brands we cover, head on over to 127 e 5th st and say hi.
Anyone who has seen Calvin Kosovich ride, either in one of his web videos or in real life, has probably come to the conclusion that he is out of his mind. Here’s a 5 minute video part that he has spent the last 2 years filming.
Episode 9 of Raditudes takes Anthony and Hucker across the pond and up the roll-in for Sebastian Keep’s Quarter Master contest. No matter how much footage we see, I’m still not sure we’re grasping the enormity of this massive quarter. When a set up is big enough to have lunatics like Hucker and Morgan Wade shaken up, you know its crazy!
We had Steven Robert cover New England Jam Chowder this year for us. Just like last year, a ton of awesome riders came through but most notably, Mark Burnett and Jake Seeley stole the show. Shout out to Chuck, The Daily Grind and everyone else who was involved in making this happen.
Seth Bernard (nose manual to candy bar)
Damn, this kid is good and he pulls everything super clean. I’m not sure how many riders have come out of Siberia but it’s hard to imagine that there are many better than Max here. Check this shit out. Thanks to Proper for sending it through.
“Max Chuprina is an enigma. He lives in the middle of Siberia (Krasnoyarsk – look it up) and it seems there isn’t too much to ride there besides one big indoor skatepark. Max hasn’t let that stand in his way. This August he traveled to Moscow and the UK stacking footage. These are the clips he filmed at various plazas along the way. The UK street clips from our #inbetweendays tour are still to come.
Filmed by Nataly Bystrova, Andrew Polukarov, and Jamie Cameron
Music: Astral Booze – Purple Hill Witch
Max is sponsored by Proper Bike Co and Raen shop”
While out in England filming for Brighton Ain’t Ready, the Subrosa boys threw a Park Party at The Level skatepark in conjunction with a shop stop at Brighton BMX Co. and Simone Barraco’s birthday. As always the good times, good vibes and baked beans were flowing, making for an awesome afternoon.
Here’s the latest Wethepeople print ad shot by Martin Ohlinger and featuring Ed Zunda with a dope icepick grind to turndown as seen in their last Vienna trip video. If you want Ed has your desktop background, you can download the wallpaper version here.