I’d had some people tell me that not to much went down when Road Fools 18 was at Cunningham, but it appears that that’s hardly the truth.
June 22, 2011
May 6, 2011
“It’s about riding. It’s about having fun. It’s not about shaving cream, or toothpaste, or internet bikes, or anything like that. It’s just about doing what you love.” Bonus: Baby Tony Campos around 4:20.
April 5, 2011
March 25, 2011
November 18, 2010
I can only embed the Terrible One section, but that’s okay, because, much like the rest of this classic Fox video, it’s fucking awesome. Click here to watch the video in its entirety. If you don’t like this, there’s probably something wrong with you.
November 15, 2010
Note: I mixed up Daniel Sandoval and Kevin Peraza. Oops.
November 10, 2010
AGI’s comp at the SF Bike Expo went down like this. I missed most of the second round and the first minute or so of the finals because I was filming the MTB comp and watching Joel shred, but this is it, for the most part. Dan and Colby did a great job putting the course together in short order, too. Click here if you’re having trouble with the embed.
October 5, 2010
September 21, 2010
September 20, 2010
I filmed this one about a month-and-a-half ago, finally got around to editing it a week or so back, and now it’s up on ESPN. Also, here’s a brief history of the ramp, according to Oscar:
My backyard mini-ramp is the original 16-foot wide mini-ramp that was at the San Jose Ramp Club. When the Ramp Club closed in 2001, it got transferred all the way up to Sacramento. Aaron Huff and the guys at Solid bought it, but they never did anything with it, and just kept it in their warehouse. In 2003, Squirrel and Tony Campos’ dad, Guillermo, went up to Sac and trucked these ramps back down, because Squirrel was going to open up a park in Morgan Hill. That fell through, and Squirrel called me, and asked if I wanted the pieces of the mini-ramp. So, if you look at my ramp, the original 16-foot wide section that’s 6-1/2 feet tall is the original SJRC mini-ramp. I added the extra ten feet and the sub box later.