The Take's Dylan Stark Edit 15

You already know Dylan shreds, so you won't be surprised when you see this video is awesome.

Credit: The Take
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  • Alex Auerbach

    10/3/2009 10:07 PM

    kid thinks he's sheckler

  • I'm_Zues

    10/2/2009 3:36 PM

    they put they hand in front of the lense so they know which line/trick was landed or good. that way you can fast forward through the garbage/failed attempts until you see the hand in the shot. Most people dont go back and delete the or record over the crap while filming. they just keep it rollin. but still no reason for the hand in the edit. in my opinoin its just makes editing easier...

  • OmgitsRyanC

    10/2/2009 11:55 AM

    wow, mad ups and steeze to match.

  • Brittany

    10/2/2009 6:22 AM

    tailwhip over a fence!!!! Thats nuts.

  • TrickMoneyGoonz

    10/1/2009 11:14 PM

    I think he did

  • remotebmx

    10/1/2009 10:47 PM

    to centralnctrails910
    bahaha wtf?
    did you just pull that answer out of your ass?

  • foxrider18

    10/1/2009 5:53 PM

    so nice. the hight of Chase Hawk on the hips

  • 518 Luke BMX

    10/1/2009 5:26 PM

    keep em coming

  • subrosaman08

    10/1/2009 2:22 PM

    yes man.

  • Mr Wilson

    10/1/2009 2:17 PM

    COOL the feeble to nose manny is 1 of my fav's to do

  • CentralNCtrails910

    10/1/2009 1:13 PM

    to issmatthew, it's used in video's to show where to end that part but some people just leave them in trying to be cool

  • a.t.bmx95

    10/1/2009 1:12 PM

    its to symbolize a new scene bcus they cant do it in clips

  • iismatthew

    10/1/2009 12:52 PM

    I'm not trying to sound like a dick, but why do people always put there hands over the lens after a trick? seems like the point of filming is to capture what your seeing, not your self. I guess it's just a personal style.. but im seeing a lot of people do it now a days.


    10/1/2009 12:36 PM

    Verryyy Nice!!!
    one og my fav rider's

  • brunostreet

    10/1/2009 11:59 AM

    good style

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