The Cinema crew, Garrett Reynolds, Chad Kerley, Bruno Hoffmann, Dan Lacey and Dakota Roche, made a pitstop at the Hollenbeck skatepark in Los Angeles and here is what went down. It is pretty much unreal what Chad and Garrett are doing on their bikes, simply amazing. Too bad there is not more stuff from Lacey in here.
Steve Croteau is back with a new GoldPro video, this time with a bit longer version, but I think everyone out there will enjoy every second of it. There is plenty of pretty damn good moves, all raw, what makes it even better, in here that you don’t wanna miss. Featuring Garrett Reynolds, JJ Palmere, Augie Simoncini, Ty Morrow, Steve himself, Matt Pendry, Aaron Brenner, Tony Neyer, Tony Ennis, Dan Lacey, Bruno Hoffman and Kevin Kiraly.
Steve Croteau dropped the first GoldPro edit, that shows you some behind the scenes with the Deadline crew, all shot with a GoPro. Even if this isn’t a real web edit, this is still amazing and definitely worth taking a watch. Who can not wait for the Deadline video to drop? Me.
A little while ago Cinema gave all their Facebook fans a chance to ask Garrett Reynolds a question, now other Cinema pro riders picked up the questions and had Garrett to answer them. Find out what was the scariest line, who he looks up to the most nowadays and in the past, what is his best video and much more above.
Wow, I never thought Fiend will be producing sunglasses. This is a pleasant surprise. Here is a sneak peek showing you three versions of their upcoming sunglasses, Garrett Reynolds’ (red tortoise), Ty Morrow’s (brown tortoise) and JJ Palmere’s (smoke grey). These will be dropping late March.
This guy Tim took some time and picked some of the best clips from Garrett Reynolds’ old edits and throw them together in this 2013 Mix. Some footage is pretty old and some is new, but everything together makes me wanna grab my bike and go out for a session. Enjoy in this madness.
If you ever wanted to ask Garrett Reynolds a question, now is your chance to do it. Hit Cinema’s Facebook page and write your answer in the comments section below this post. Ask smart, cause Garrett will answer only his favorites.
The year 2012 was big in the world of BMX and Alli Sports is now here for all of us to review some of their most interesting stories. This new episode of “Inside Alli Sports includes the Stephen Murray story, showing you how he feels about the accident and how hard he works ever day for past 5, now 6, years since the crash, the long road to recovery from Brett Banasiewicz who also crashed really badly last year at the LXVI Invitational, five times NORA Cup street rider of the year and five times X Games winner Garrett Reynolds and last, one of the most progressive riders out there, Chad Kerley. It is wild seeing at one side guys like Stephen and Brett working really hard each and every single day to get back and guys like Garrett and Chad who are riding constantly and progressing like crazy. Alli Sport and Catfish, as show’s host, did a really awesome job with this video recap. It is Sunday today and if it is snowing outside like it is here, this is a really good watch, even if you already watched all those videos. Show some support, press play button and enjoy.
“Since day one of starting Crux Division everything I envisioned for it was on a very minimal scale, I had no expectations of it being as popular as it is now especially in the short year Crux has been around. This natural progression is very exciting and motivating to explore what more we could possibly do which has brought us here. In this very serious and formal announcement please welcome our first videographer selectee Jacob Hope.
Since first meeting Jacob he had made it pretty evident that his main focus is filming and editing. Like a young eager BMX’er striving to ride like Garrett Reynolds, that same mentality applies to Jacob but he’s looking at guys like Navazio and Ennis for inspiration. Jacob wants to create good videos and is always finding ways to better himself. Hopefully we can help him refine his skills, discover new ones, and gain experience in creating a solid work ethic that will benefit him later down the road.
Jacob lives pretty close to a few of the riders and will be hooking up with them to film. Most riders will utilize Jacob by sending in footage for him to edit which will hopefully bring everyone a little closer and help with the family feel of Crux Division.
Check out Jacob’s Vimeo Page (http://vimeo.com/bmxhope) to see the awesome work he has done with his scene and look below of his latest edit of the Sidewall Distro warehouse party from recent that features Crux riders Adam Lee, Matt Hildebrand and Daniel Reyes – http://vimeo.com/56479529.
Excited to see some projects surface from this in the near future.”– Jeremie Infelise
This is the second signature hat out of three from Fiend that will be dropping early spring. Here is a sneak peek of the upcoming Garrett Reynolds signature “Chiller” hat. Garret may like to chill, but his riding has noting to do with chilling.