Day 2 started off by fixing everyone’s flats from the day before and tying up some loose ends in the Super 8 filming department. From there we spent a good portion of the day at Bahlman’s old stomping grounds, an awesome coping ledge where him and his friends likely learned feeble grinds as children. We fueled with as much Panda Express as we could possibly consume and continued on to a bank to sub spot where Eric got an awesome Ratboy-esque clip. At this point the night was upon us and the lights were out. Next to myself DeMarcus is probably Volume’s biggest night filming enthusiast, and in between playing Super Mario for GameBoy Color he came thru with a great one for the second night in a row.
Again, be sure to follow along with #WatchVolume2 and #WarhorseLine on Insta for all of our daily shenanigans. CLICK TO LAUNCH GALLERY.
It’s been getting a little chilly in southern California for DeMarcus and I, so we decided it was a good time to take a little mini-trip out to the desert to hang out with our buds Drew Hoss and Eric Bahlman. We also brought our good friend Devin Feil along for a week’s worth of snarky comments and maybe a good photo or two. While on this trip Drew and Eric will be stacking footy for their sections in Volume 2, while DeMarcus works on a project promoting his signature products coming out in a couple months. Follow along on Insta with #WATCHVOLUME2 and #WARHORSELINE to stay up on what we’re doing on the daily. Photos here by DeMarcus & Myself….CLICK TO EXPAND GALLERY FOR DAY 1.
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“Street riding means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Some riders can relate more to pulling a new move on a status spot or laying claim to an NBD. Then there’s the school of riders who are more conceptual with their riding. Where the setup and how it’s ridden takes precedence over the actual trick that was performed. Drew Hosselton is an alumnus from the school of conceptual street riding. For Drew, stock ledges and perfect rails need not apply—his canvas is the abstract and weird. Some of the things he rides really aren’t even spots at all and the trick is just figuring out how to ride them. When we first discussed the Pro Part videos Drew was my first choice for someone I’d like to work with. I’ve always been a huge fan of his riding and after years of shooting photos together I was excited to spearhead a video project with him.” —Jeff Z.
Our man Zach Krejmas over at RIDE just let us know that Drew Hosselton’s Pro Part is dropping very soon and since I had these rad photos that RIDE just put up as an Instagram video leftover clips, and thought it would only make sense to get em on the blog too. Check out the tooth from the same wedge spot after the jump too. Hit it to go BIG! more
Drew just sent over some photos of himself riding an amazing looking mini halfpipe that was left out near some dam out in the middle of nowhere in AZ. Leave it to Drew to find em and do one last session on em before they were ruined by the man. Photos by Erik Hilburn. Click more to see one more and Drew’s writeup on em. more
Vital has up their ‘Five Best Products At Interbike’ and our new (Due out early next year) signature Drew Hoss Scepter forks made the list. Here’s what they had to say about em, “Volume and Drew changed things up for his new fork with the goal of bringing you a quality product at a low price. It seems like every year forks are getting more and more expensive and this is Drew’s answer to that. These forks are NOT investment-cast, which will make them some of the most affordable forks on the market. Drew has been on these for a while and swears by them. If you’re in the market for forks and the budget is tight, pick these up.” – Vital BMX
Today we are very excited to bring you Drew Hosselton’s The Finer Things DVD section for the first time online. This video wouldn’t be what it is without Drew’s immense Arizona spot knowledge and driven attitude towards making new things happen in BMX, not just for himself but for all his teammates as well. Filming for perhaps the longest of anyone involved in the project, all Drew’s hard work and dedication earned him this epic two song second to last section. This is creative spot oriented street riding at it’s best. Enjoy!
RIDEbmx has an in-depth Bermuda V2 bike check with our own Drew Hosselton on what he rides and why he rides what he rides. These are always good for guys to see what pros change out or why they have their setup a certain way. Check it out at RIDE here>>
Just checked out Spenser Lee’s new photo website and came across this awesome downside whip of Drew Hoss we used for him and Eric Bahlman’s “Dam Adventure” blog feature a couple years ago. Hit the site for more photos of Drew, Eric, and more! Spenserleephotography.com
Another rad photo taken from The Finer Things poster (on sale for 1 penny on our shop), this time with Drew going up and down the rainbow rail. Couldn’t be anymore stoked on Drew’s section in The Finer Things DVD and know you will be too. Photo by J.Cobbs.
With everything new coming out lately from Volume and Demolition and a new year upon us, our man Drew Hosselton decided to build up a new whip. He runs you through all his current parts and what he likes and more. Hit more to see/ read it all. more