Wow. Photo by Sterling Lorence during the filming of #NotBad earlier this year.
"Following the 9 million YouTube view success of the original in 2012, Martyn has been secretly working on the sequel, however his accident during a bicycle trials demo on Sunday 1st September at Silverstone’s Moto GP, England – in which he dislocated his T9 and T10 vertebrae, leaving him a paraplegic and a wheelchair user – cast doubt as to whether it would ever be finished. Thanks to some very strong friends – chiefly, Danny MacAskill and Chris Akrigg – rallying around and committing to help Martyn and videographer Robin Kitchin complete the film, the project is now ready for release”.
Simone Barraco’s section from Subrosa’s ‘Get Used To It’ is a banger, and it’s now available to watch online.
Some inspiration before a quick park shred this morning. Filmed and edited amazingly by Will Evans.
Fort Bill Fridays: Brook MacDonald pinning the top section of the Fort William DH course earlier this year. Photo by Nathan Carvell.
Markit may well have put together this years best BMX DVD. It’s available now to buy on DVD or from iTunes.
"Scott Ditchburn’s street riding is like no other. He has a raw, ride anything, type of style which is credited to lending a hand in shaping todays U.K. street style". Check out Scott Ditchburn in Subrosa’s ‘Get Used To It’ which came out early this year.
"Following the Lapierre Gravity Republic team on their 2013 UCI World Cup and World Championship season, this film is about the characters and personalities behind who makes the team tick". I’m looking forward to the latest full length feature from Aaron Bartlett, due for a free online release at the start of November
Fort Bill Fridays: Josh Bryceland looking stylish through the lower wooded section back in 2010. Photo by Keith Valentine.