Posts Tagged ‘original content’

Jason Enns Spot Finder

Brian | 02.27.15

When I first saw Enns ride in an old Props at Section 8 skatepark, I was blown away.  He was doing insane shit on the spine mini there and giving the well known pros a run for their money.  Later down the road, his riding progressed and he took those tech ramp moves to the street, and found that building/ finding spots was half the battle to every good photo/ video part.  Every time we visited J in Vancouver, he had his “book” of spots that nobody else knew about, and probably nobody knows where they are to this day.  He later found that modifying a possible spot with a bit of Quickrete, or whatever else, would make the ideal spot too.   Today, he’s in SoCal and doing the same thing he’s always done, check his interview about it all.  Read now!  more

A Zach Krejmas Original

Brian | 11.7.14

I first saw Zach in an older OSS video and was immediately sold on his original take on riding and what he rode.  What’s also cool about Zach is that he’s a badass on his bike, and has also been holding his own behind the scenes with his old role at Vital and now his new job at RIDEbmx.  Our man J.Cobbs caught up with Zach to get a lil’ story on how he got into riding, getting into the industry and filming for the Finer Things with Mastroni.  Click more to see/ read it all! more

Finer Things Interview: Tate Roskelley

Brian | 10.24.14

We got the chance to sit down with Tate a couple weeks ago when he came to SoCal to finish up his Finer Things part and shoot some photos.  He talks about his process of finding spots, what goes into his tricks, and much more.  Check it out, and see what goes on behind the scenes of a Tate Roskelley video part.  more

Broc’s Vessel Frame Up Close

Brian | 02.24.14

It’s always interesting hearing what goes on behind the scenes with how something is made, especially from a pro riders point of view.  We sat down with Broc and got the scoop about his Vessel frame and why he chose certain specs, name and graphics.  Click more to read the full interview and see his finalized Vessel frame up-close.  more