Tim Storey is part-way through filming a follow up to the CLVLND DVD, to be titled Ah Well, due out some time next year. In the last six months, he has amassed enough solid clips to put toward his section with enough to spare for this leftovers edit for Colony BMX. And, just like last […]
Very stoked on this feature, we interview B-Dog about the filming process of the Backbone DVD. The interview came out good and the photos from both B-Dog and also Nick Gascoine are banging! Thanks very much to those guys for contributing to it and I’m glad it all came together. Check it all here…
Jax Anderson wrote a very in-depth review of the United DVD. Have a read of it right here and grab a copy at your local shop or digital version here.
Talk about a mid-week stoke booster! Left-overs, second angles and a sample of some of the goodness from my favourite DVD of the year, the Back Bone video. All-terrain badassery with an equally awesome soundtrack. Hit play, get stoked, and go grab yourself a copy if you haven’t already!
Back Bone BMX’s mantra for some time now has been “The Australian BMX shop with one hell of a badass team”, and this trailer is a testament to that! A handful of the country’s best at what they do, doing exactly that. And, as if you needed another reason to go; it’ll be premiering at the […]
We sat down with Troy Charlesworth a few months ago and talked about the up coming 2020 dvd “That’s what’s up” to see how it all came together. Get an insight into what it takes to make a solid dvd and how it’s all come together over the past couple years. The dvd will be […]
Deprae Films have decided to upload sections from their 2012 masterpiece Still Bleeding Black and Blue. First up is Tim Cawthorne. I hadn’t really heard of Tim prior to this, but he produced a really good section which set the tone for the rest of the video.
Jay Wilson’s section from the recent Rotten video appeared online yesterday, and it’s an absolute treat. Jay is a dude who marches to the beat of his own drum, and it shows in his riding. It’s kind of hard to describe his riding; big and deadman, yet technical all at once, with a bunch of stuff […]