I’ve got a few things I’ve been meaning to bump back up to the top, so expect to see them resurfacing over the course of the weekend. I’m going to start things off with this edit that our man Jake Dyke put together from the footage he shot with his iPhone at The Battle of Gillies Creek while testing out a Moondog Labs Anamorphic Lens Adaptor.
Let Vital get you into the festive Irish spirit with their take on the Boozer Jam. While I may not have a clue as to the musical choice, I do know that this edit has one of the best over shoots I have seen in my four years of doing CYDI.
Our man Jake Dyke whipped up this little iPhone edit from the footage he shot at The Battle of Gillies Creek while testing out the new Moondog Labs Anamorphic Lens Adaptor. Richie Sakai was kind enough sing a few bars for the intro, and of course we had to throw in a star wipe for good measure because, “why eat hamburger when you can have steak?“
Van Homan grippin’ and whippin’ his way through the Louisville Mega Cavern for Duo’s latest ad promoting the grip that bears his name. Shot by Keith Mulligan.
This is the first episode I’ve posted of the Wheels of Confussion web series that FBM has been doing over on Epic TV. Not to take away anything from the other episodes, but this is the first one from the trails. Join them as the crew makes a stop at Catty for some fun in the woods on their bikes and behind the grill.
Bell Helmets put together this very interesting piece that not only looks into the beginnings of Van Homan, but also the heritage of kicking ass that runs deep in his family. I know he’s Van Homan and all, but I have to give him shit about that fufanu to lip massacre. Sure hope he picked up a shovel after that!
There were a lot of people out filming the TRA Double Cross, including Elevated Visuals‘ Troy Zeigler. It may have taken him a little bit to get this edit finished up but I look at it as a welcome reminder of how great the event was.
This is the best video that I’ve seen so far that truly captures just how amazing TRA‘s Double Cross was. Even at Dreamline conversations would inevitably drift into talking about Double Cross. Will it be the future of BMX racing? I highly doubt that because it’s something that’s completely different. BMX racing in its present and past form is a jock sport. Sure you get the occasional Brian Foster or Robbie Miranda who come through and shake things up, but for the most part it’s dominated by dudes who spend more time in the gym than on the bike. The…
Red Bull is first to the gate with an edit from TRA’s Double Cross. Navaz was stressing on how to film this thing but it turned out pretty damn good in my opinion. Have a watch and start planning on being at next year’s event. Oh yeah, be on the look out for Jeremy Ball’s gap to fakie at 01:06!
Back in August Troy Zeigler came through with a rocking edit from the Heathens Jam. Here’s a bunch of raw footage that made it into that edit and some that didn’t. No music here, just cassettes, the crowd, and Tommy T on the mic.