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Portland, Oregon Winter Classic Flatland Jam


“Last weekend, the Portland flatland and BMX community at large came together for the Portland Winter Classic Flatland Jam. Due to rain, the jam moved indoors to a dry location, and sessions went down until dark, with riding from the Portland flatland crew, as well as ESPN contributor Jared Souney, and BMX influential Ryan Barrett. There was flatland, there was spine riding and there were even a few wallrides from the likes of a dude named Snotty.” -Mark Rainha
Video by Mark Rainha

Sean Sexton Flatground Session

Sean Sexton flat ground from Kink Bike Co. on Vimeo.

Jay Roe, Kink team manager, calls out some tricks for Sean Sexton, that he pulls them almost with no problems. Opposite 180 opposite barspin and flat 360 tuck no hander were crazy.
Video by Darryl Tocco

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Props “Ask On Twitter” – Kareem Williams/Part 1


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“In a slow motion hazed stupor, perma-red jeaned Kareem Williams answers your questions from Twitter about riding, who’s out to get him, being the son of Stew Johnson, his favorite tricks, his disgusting fingernails, getting his own TV show, and other questions he can’t understand. Since Kareem can’t read, a frazzled Catfish guest stars reading the questions to Kareem in a painfully slow fashion. We just point the camera folks.

As a side note – Catfish had an actual train horn installed in his Volkswagen a couple years ago, which is deafeningly loud as heard in the beginning of the segment. On the drive to Kareem’s house, he apparently blew it off trying to scare someone waiting at a stoplight near railroad tracks. The train horn sound activated the railroad crossing gates, which came down on the car. Only Catfish folks, only Catfish.

A special thanks to Brian Hunt for manning the b-cam.” -Chris Rye, Props

Paddy Gross At Tigard

Paddy Gross from Karman Line Productions on Vimeo.

Paddy Gross went to Tigard, Oregon on a New Year’s day to film this great video in cold temperatures. Barspins, tailwhips, backlip, superman seat grab and a lot more from Paddy.
Video made by Karman Line Productons

Little Tammy On Amity Bikes

TAMity Peach from tammy jane on Vimeo.

Since Tyler “Tammy” McCarley is no longer riding for Sunday Bikes he got hooked up with U.K. bike company Amity Bikes. Here is the welcome to the team edit.

Wethepeople Does Gran Canaria

GRAN CANARIA from CSG UK on Vimeo.

Wethepeople riders Jason Phelan, Pete Sawyer and Oli Evans went on a trip to Gran Canaria. This is the result of their trip: good riding, great street spots.
Video by Richard Forne

Drew Bezanson: Clips From The Crypt

Drew Bezanson – Clips From The Crypt from Mark Butler on Vimeo.

Here is Drew Bezansons’s three year old footage. But because it is old it does not mean that it’s not worth watching. He is killing it on the street.
Video by Mark Butler,
Music: “Don’t Run Our Harts Around” by Black Mountain

Defgrip Presents: The History Of Oakley

History of Oakley from Defgrip on Vimeo.

“This past year, I got the chance to go down to the Oakley headquarters in California to check out the re-issue of the infamous B-1B grip that Oakley was working on. While I was down there, I took the opportunity to put together a video giving a little history and background to the brand. Oakley is a company that does a billion dollars a year in sales, has stores all over the world, and has created some of the most iconic eyewear of my generation… and I’m pretty sure not many people know that Oakley started out by making BMX grips.

I had the opportunity to sit down with Mike Bell, a former AMA Supercross champion and employee of Oakley who started in 1985, to tell the story of how Oakley went from a small grip company to one of the biggest eyewear brands in the world.

Thanks to Brian Takumi, Mike Bell, Dylan Raldoff, and Mark Scurto for making this happen.” -Harrison Boyce, Defgrip

ODI’s “The Magic Bus” Monthly Web Series Trailer

ODI “The Magic Bus” Monthly Web Series Trailer from Sixtiesrider on Vimeo.

Video is made by Larry Alvarado and here is what they have to say:
“ODI is proud to present ‘The Magic Bus’ Monthly Web Series. Visit ODISTREETCREW.com to get your monthly pass. Full parts from the full ODI team including Brendon Reith, Alex Raban, Jared Eberwein, Chris Brown, Tony Malouf, Justin Henninger, Mark Rubio, Raul Ruiz, Larry Alvarado, Kirk Shearer, George Ramirez, Jackson Ratima, and Eric Lichtenberger. Thanks for viewing!”ODI

A Quick Animal Edit Featuring Lino Gonzales

Lino Gonzalez 2011 from Animal Bikes on Vimeo.

Lino Gonzales made a new video for Animal Bikes and it is also a promo video for his signature Animal pegs. This is a pure street video with a lot of ledge and rail grinds, what is Lino’s speciality.