Daniel Lacalle send me this video that he made from Malaga, Spain that is a result of a new project called “Health MÁLAGA”. Video features Diego Mono, Miguel Cuesta, Gabi Mastragostino, Fernando Lazcko, Cristian Toledo, Duane Chase and Nate Walker. Enjoy watching it.
“A BMX flatland video by Bobby K. Carter: Directed, produced, and edited by Bobby K. Carter. People around the earth are connected by Flatland BMX. Asia has become a dominant force, paving the way to the future for riders around the globe. Journey through the dominion of the five dragons and visit riders in Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan as they make dreams reality.”– Diversiontv
This video will be up only for a week because after a week they will post a new one, so be sure to check it. “Get plugged into The Best of Road Fools 2010. Ten days of BMX mayhem with the Kink and Etnies Teams as they shred across America.”– Fuel TV
This is full length video from flatland scene in Wisconsin. It was in the making for 3 years and it features Wisconsin Crew plus a few friends. Here are the riders and friends:
Clancy Burke, Chad Carpenter, Josh Hansen, Seth Johnson, Tony Schneidewind, Tim Knoll, and Andrew Musil, Chad Gale, Brandon Gale, David Podkowinski, Rad Dad, Ron Monis and Plenty Others.
This is the Best of Props 2010 video that Fuel TV posted. They are saying that it will stay up only for a week until they posted the new one so watch it as soon as possible. “Tis’ the episode to be jolly – all the greatest BMX moments from road trips, personal bios, epic contests, and much much more from season 7 of Props.”– Fuel TV
From Vimeo: “In reaction to the big business run companies of BMX in the early 90’s, 17-year-old Steve Crandall started a company of his own called Fat Bald Men (FBM). What began as selling t-shirts out of a backpack has turned into one of the most well respected DIY bicycle companies around. Through fortune and misfortune follow FBM through their 15 years of mayhem as told by Steve Crandall and the rest of the BMX bicycle community from close friends to influential Icons like Dave Mirra and Mat Hoffman.”