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Can you attribute your style to your size at all? You're a beefier dude than most ramp riders these days. Any benefits to your physique at all?
Ive heard from numerous older people in the BMX industry that you are the nicest, most honest, well rounded, and giving person in the industry. What do you credit to your success in BMX? What is "success" to you? - Patrick Kelly
Drew Bezanson did just part ways with Shadow.... Odyssey does make brakes and I know Drew loves a good fufanu
Rider wise, I want to know what Dave Osato or Danny Hickerson have been up to. As far as industry-types, I've always thought Tom and Tina from Empire would be cool cats to learn about. They seem just like a mom and pop shop who are extremely dedicated ... more »
Will there ever be a BACO 11? The BACO series, especially Take it For Baco has been my favorite video since I saw it many years ago.
Dave Osato and canadian nosepicks Jamie Bestwick with downside whip flairs Gary Young with 360 whips to tables Kevin Robinson with double flairs
I've got emm. They're a lot of fun; you don't have to use them but they're there when you want emm. Besides, whenever youre bored in a parking lot or whatever you can bust out some flatland stuff
ok, so the big question then... Grounded or the Levi's Video?
Man, this so perfectly captures why I keep riding despite taking multiple slams. I love how Underestimated talks about the rather punk rock-eque aspect of BMX "no coaches, no rules. That's called freedom". Major props to whoever made those videos
My friend has \"WWED\", standing for \"What Would Edwin Do\" written on his front pegs because you're his favorite rider and he likes your riding style. He learned 360 bunnyhops because I told him you did them a lot but he still has trouble on barspins ... more »