NY's Meseroll shop took a trip down to the Caribbean paradise of Puerto Rico in the dead of NYC winter, and despite the first few very rainy days, Dan Foley, Sean Ricany, Russ Barone, Seamus Mckeon, shop owner Andrew York, and late arrival Matt Miller and experienced island living at its finest. Here's a little BTS look in to the week.
Break out the popcorn—20 minutes worth of 2022 Swampfest madness is hitting your screen. The best jam/shitshow in BMX went down in Wildwood, Florida, and despite a day of downpours, nothing held back the 48 hours of riding and raging. No words can do Swampfest justice; you have to live it to truly understand. Hopefully this glimpse into the weekend will help, though. Huge shout-out to Trey Jones and the crew for putting on yet another one for the books.
You can always rely on Cinema's Chad Kerley, Nathan Williams, Garrett Reynolds, Dakota Roche, and Corey Martinez to produce the goods, and their latest video "Round It Out' was another banger. Sit back and enjoy 28 minutes of bonus footage, behind-the-scenes, crashes and more from the dream team.
The third and final instalment of Whoops behind-the-scenes, featuring all the unseen goodness from Trent Lutzke's time with Hobie Doan, Brett Silva, Julian Arteaga, Curly Mayne, Jared Duncan, and Keaton Harris. What a blast this trip was!
Yorkshire will eat you alive. Nose explosions, knockouts, slams and kooks were all on offer. We went along for the ride on the first Wethepeople UK trip since "you know what" and had the best time, despite the challenges. You've seen the riding, now check all the madness in between.
A few weeks back we posted the 'Curfew In California' video, featuring United's Seamus Mckeon, Andrew Lazaruk and Mike "Rooftop" Escamilla riding unfamiliar terrain in the Californian sunshine, 90% of which was a selection of top quality pool excursions. Watch the behind-the-scenes action from their time in the deep end.
The Substance Video came out back in November and it was an absolute screamer. Now we've got all the behind-the-scenes gold from the filming of it. Make sure you watch all the way though for some insane behaviour. That 360 attempt too...
Just prior to the Coronavirus pandemic gripping almost the entire planet, Sunday took a team trip to Las Vegas, Nevada in the beginning of March for 10 days. While news that events like SXSW had been cancelled hit during the trip, and many more events soon to follow, Vegas was still business as usual at that point.
You've seen the full video, now catch over 20 minutes of extras, crashes, behind-the-scenes and more from our stay in New York City. From passers-by trying to jump stair sets, to bodega owners who give you the CCTV angle of your clip.