"Contrary" is a BMX DVD project Zenen Saneshige filmed and produced in late 2019. Only hard copies of the DVD were produced, but with high demand I will now be splitting up and posting sections of the project. This is Luke Burd's section.
Travis Hughes opened up CHAMPAGNE with a belter of a section. Take a look behind the scenes with some extensive raw footy, showing a bit of the process that went into what it took to kick off the video.
For the first episode of the What Does It Take Podcast, I went to London to meet Danny Macaskill. We had lots of fun riding around London from spot to spot. We also sat down to talk about Danny growing up in Scotland, being a bike mecanich, having success from one day to another, trying tricks hundreds of time, having multiple injuries, spending days to film a trick, working on the craziest projects, dealing with fear.
In March, as Tallinn downtown became empty due to the ongoing events, we managed to film the quiet streets of the usually bustling city center. Follow the BMX rider William Kass among the parks, streets, and buildings of Tallinn’s city center and Old Town.
Jerome Odesa brings a buttery-smooth style and laid back vibe to his section in "At Ease". Largely filmed around his local neighborhood in Los Angeles, Jerome has a quick barspin and a way of making everything look graceful.
We've got a belter for you today in the form of Colony team rider Ricky Catanzariti and his PLAYBACK section from back in April 2018. We're massive fans of Ricky at DIG but if you're not familiar, prepare yourself for an onslaught of originality. Flair crankflip, hanger bar, street supermans... Ricky has it all. Thanks to Doug Underhill for the upload.
During the summer of 2015 and 2016 we filmed a buch of stuff and made it into a full lenght video. This is the intro of the video and the first part (foerskes part). Big thanks to all locals from everywhere we went!
We hit the road to drop off a fresh set of F.A.F. tires to S&M team rider Mike Hoder and film towards Ethan and Charles LittleJohn's new videos. Charles went to war with a spot in Santa Monica, and we finished up the day in Compton. Have a look at Charles workin' for it in this week's F-LOG and stay tuned for the videos, coming soon.
**For some reason While uploading to YouTube the video got a blank screen around 10:07. I will be re-uploading just Joe’s part at a later date, because I don’t wanna take down the whole video for a 3 second blank screen. Sorry about that y’all** The first episode of the Still Rolling series takes a look at the lives of Richmond, VA local Jojo, and Southern, MD native Joe Fowler.