I think Joe Rich might be my favourite BMX filmmaker, despite not being the most prolific or productive. Nobody else can equally encapsulate what BMX actually is, to me at least. I think this has a lot to do with his “fly on the wall” method; as though everything that he captures is entirely organic, […]
As bizarre as sessioning in your undies is to me, the riding in this is really good. The flair barspin toward the end was boosted.
Colony‘s Chris Courtenay smashes out some large moves in this latest web video for your viewing pleasure…
This is something I’m pretty excited about, and I feel is getting back to Focalpoint’s very roots. We’ve collaborated with Novacastrian Kris Humphries to produce the aptly titled Novacastria; which is to become a bi-weekly feature shedding some light on the Newcastle scene via videos of sessions at parks around the area and in the […]
Everything about this video screams classic BMX, the BMX that I grew up with. From Adam’s riding, which is simple, stylish and creative, to the terrain, backing track and even the filming aparatus. More than enough fufanus to get any brake nerd excited, and plenty of stylish transition shralping. I’m stoked!
Luke Parslow is renowned for his dirt jumping ability; and this video for Fist Handwear; he demonstrates just how well that translates over to ruling parks. The whole video is solid, but the last two clips are wild. Shot and Cut by Bret Trigg
This dope video from Dylan Mercer popped up on my Facebook this morning, and it’s real solid. Plenty of well rounded, good clips; with everything from ledge lines to table airs to backies on a whole slew of Western Sydney parks.
Our very own Alex Coumailleau getting some raw clips on a tiny ledge for his threads hook-up Primary.