We don’t know anything about this band other than they are friends of a friend and this song should have 2 million + listens instead of 2000. Crank up the volume and get this treat down your ear holes.

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    As a filmmaker, ex-BMXer and occasional bystander to some incredible riding, the most interesting part for me now is the phycology, camaraderie, and banter that happens before, after and around the physical act of the “trick”.

    I appreciate BMX (or skateboarding) is a tough, judgemental audience riddled with A.D.D, but I think its a shame so much of this good stuff goes undocumented within the rigid “trick porn” framework. 



    With that in mind, I found this extended version of Jimmy Levan's classic Church Gap an interesting breath of fresh air - even if it did happen over 10 years ago.

    Guess thats why I’m a sucker for Epic Laterd too. Patrick and the crew do a great job telling the stories of the skaters and the their epic video parts. A good example is the vid below, where a shrink gets to the bottom of Andrew Reynolds amusing pre-trick madness and OCD…

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    The first Let Us Roam instalment featuring Ray Barbee. 

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    Mat Hoffman | Birth of Big Air
    (Full film)

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    "Live your life, live your life, live your life".

    A touching final interview with Maurice Sendak, author of Where The Wild Things Are.

  • “During that time I put everything into riding. I have no idea what gave me the confidence to, but I entered my first dirt jump contest at 17. It was at the NBL Grands race in Kentucky. Fuzzy [Hall] was in it, he was an idol of mine. He was wearing full race kit. I was wearing torn up shorts, mismatched knee-pads, two different water skiing gloves and I had two odd tyres. I came second in the contest and BMX Plus ran a full page photo of me doing a Grizz. It blew my mind. You’d never see a photo of a kid dressed so ratty in BMX Plus. That contest started things for me, not long after my ‘5% discount bro’ deal with Albes, it turned into a real sponsor.”George Marshall penned an indepth article on BMX icon Taj Mihelich last year and its just been released online. We urge you to have a read: http://thealbion.cc/taj
               

    “During that time I put everything into riding. I have no idea what gave me the confidence to, but I entered my first dirt jump contest at 17. It was at the NBL Grands race in Kentucky. Fuzzy [Hall] was in it, he was an idol of mine. He was wearing full race kit. I was wearing torn up shorts, mismatched knee-pads, two different water skiing gloves and I had two odd tyres. I came second in the contest and BMX Plus ran a full page photo of me doing a Grizz. It blew my mind. You’d never see a photo of a kid dressed so ratty in BMX Plus. That contest started things for me, not long after my ‘5% discount bro’ deal with Albes, it turned into a real sponsor.”

    George Marshall penned an indepth article on BMX icon Taj Mihelich last year and its just been released online.

    We urge you to have a read:
    http://thealbion.cc/taj

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    This is a real interesting, no thrills, behind the scenes look at the team work behind James Stewart’s phenomenal, record breaking ride last week.

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