Californian brand Etnies have released this great video lookbook, calling in team skaters and riders Ryan Sheckler, Devine Calloway, Nathan Williams, Corey Martinez, Jose Rojo, Aidan Campbell and Mr. Sneaky to help model the new range whilst hitting a variety of spots in downtown LA.
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French blog TheDiggest has put together this dope video in collaboration with Vans involving pro BMX riders Alex Valentino, Kevin Kalkoff and Matthias Dandois visiting New York getting taken to the best spots by Ralphy Ramos.
Expertly filmed and put together by Thibaut Grevet, it's a great watch. I strongly advise taking 8 minutes out to watch this.
Attack & Release have put together this impressively shot video of BMX rider Sabastian "Bas" Keep.
The well shot footage was captured by Avian Media using a remote device and features a nice ariel view of the UK rider putting his skill to good use at the House Park in Austin Texas. All of which sits perfectly on the backdrop of some chilled music from Little People.
Nigel Sylvester has starred in yet another short video, the second in his ongoing series dubbed 'Get Sylvester' providing a great insight into the pro BMX rider and his background.
This particular episode features Sylvester showing the viewer around some of New York's most famous spots and how he became familiar with them from an early age, bunking college to hang out with the older riders he looked up to.
Pro BMX rider and FH favourite Nigel Sylvester recently hooked up with his sponsor Beats by Dre for a trip around Barcelona, California and New York City.This four minute long film captures Sylvester tearing it up in each city while the impressively mixed audio features a combination of the music playing through his headphones and the natural sounds of the city.
Check it out below.
A collaboration that does not happen very often, skateboarding brand T-19 have worked together with Japanese bike manufacturer How I Roll to create a special 24" BMX.
The finished result is a beast and to tie in with the release, whilst also raising awareness, a dope video has been put together featuring both a skateboarder and biker.
I don't normally post BMX videos as it's something I've never taken part in, however this was simply too good not to.
New York streetwear brand aNYthing have teamed up with BMX collective Act Like You Know. for their latest lookbook offering a range of shots featuring the riders in their everyday lives, whether it be riding, filming, or generally hanging out.
The shots taken by Scott Marceau are crisp and the composition well thought, choosing to use popular BMX angles and lighting.