I filmed a bit of the street jam, but decided to leave that footage out of this edit. It’ll pop up in a mix edit sooner or later. Anyway, Nick Noble won best trick with truckdriver to no-footer one-hander, and Jason Lopez took first over Diogo Canina and Rob Darden. As far as other standout shit goes, Joel Hulsey did a lot of rad shit, Tom Dugan went stupid high with a ton of style, Van Homan did a perfect no-footed can, Mike Aitken was present, and Mark Blackwell was doing the forbidden trick all damn day.
September 22, 2011
August 19, 2011
It took me awhile to get this edit done, but here’s the edit of last month’s Zorg trip to San Diego, by way of Fresno, Perris, Santa Clarita, and Oakhurst. It runs a bit on the long side (even after cutting out all of the b-roll), but when you’ve got a week’s worth of footage from thirteen guys, a long video’s to be expected.
August 3, 2011
July 6, 2011
July 5, 2011
Here’s my edit of the jam. I’ve got to say that I feel like Daniel Sandoval got more than a little bit robbed, but, those are the breaks, I guess.
June 9, 2011
April 22, 2011
There wasn’t a huge turnout for the pro class (and Birdwell and Chad B got wrecked during practice, and didn’t ride in the comp – Birdwell’s crash requiring knee surgery to fix) at the most recent Ramp Rats comp, but here’s my edit. Anyway, the three raddest moves that went down, in my opinion, were Ty’s double peg-to-drop into the box lip, and Nick Noble’s 360 ET-to-crankflip and huge 360 transfer into the miniramp.
February 7, 2011
December 7, 2010
November 15, 2010
Note: I mixed up Daniel Sandoval and Kevin Peraza. Oops.