Leftover Clint, Matty and Hucker footage from S&M’s “Hot Dogs Who Can’t Read” DVD! Fuck yeah!
Looks like Ride made the most out of the day they spent with Hucker by squeezing in a Sheep Hills session along with that session at the Oakley Dirt Lab.
Ok, this was actually pretty damn cool! Hucker and Ryan Fudger teamed up to shoot this edit for Ride that shows you some of Hucker’s signature moves from some completely new filming perspectives. How they were able to actually get the GoPro to stay on during some of these shots, I have no clue!
So vloggy it hurts, but I’m going to go ahead and post it since I’ve never seen Clint Reynolds ride Wetlands and there’s a bunch of clips of him doing just that in here.
Stumbled across this promo for Fix Manufacturing’s “Wheelie Wrench” multi tool that just so happens to feature Hucker along with Sunny Garcia. The tool looks pretty dialed, especially as an everyday carry item. They also make a belt with a buckle that’s specially designed to hold the tool in it. Pretty interesting!
Mike “Hucker” Clark’s signature ODI grips are here and ready to party! To celebrate such a radically bodacious occasion, ODI not only dropped this very fitting promo, but they’re also giving you a chance to win a Summer Stoke Kit of your very own. All you have to do is post a pic or vid on Instagram of you getting awesomely rad like Hucker himself, and tag it with #huckitlikehucker #odigrips #oakley #vans. Hucker will pick a few winners who he deems worthy of receiving such a gift!
Hucker has a bike check up on DIG showing off his very vintage looking build. Seriously, that thing is a 44t sprocket, a railed seat and press-in headset cups away from being straight out of 1995. Love it! Give it a look and catch a little interview with Hucker HERE!
I didn’t think Ride was going to be able to top their Feeble Talk with Cory Nastazio, but I think this one with Hucker just may have done it. So many good stories in here and they even had the Soil video rolling in the background of part of it.
The Night Harvest has really become one of the premier dirt jumping events of the year. With both BMX and MTB classes, more and more pros from both worlds are making the pilgrimage to Cape Town, South Africa every year for it. Weather issues have kept the contest from being the best it could be in the past, but not this year. The weather gods were happy and the riding that went down hit a whole new high as a result!
TJ better slow down on these! At this rate sometime within the next month he will have interviewed every single last person on earth who’s ever touched a BMX bike! Here he has the one and only Mike Clark sit down on the couch to talk about helmets, girls, mullets, riding and everything else that makes Hucker the absolute savage that he is.