Almost lost forever was this very rare footage from the nomad aka Kyle Zandy. Watch out for that crash at the end….not nice.
Felix recently relocated down to Cape Town and teamed up with Kevin to film a short ‘day with Felix’ type edit. I’m stoked on it, and the fact that Felix will also be reppin’ and getting some love from Animal Bikes is a bonus too. Flips, whips and 10″ rise bars, who needs em…
So, this was pretty much an excuse for me to get familiar with some new camera gear I had acquired. I ended up floggin my old clunky Sony for something sleeker and more compact. I grabbed some of the park locals and filmed some stuff over a 2 week period. It’s all fun and games and good times with great people. It’s Friday, if this doesn’t make you smile, then I guess your in for a lousy weekend…
The Skabanga crew are at it again. This time with a kick ass Summer edit.
Colin gets down to business building his fresh new United Rigal frame and proceeds to shred it hard, first session!
So proud of my boy right now. From beach park grom all the way to the reppin’ the big Shield. We welcome Felix to Team S&M Bikes in style.
This is a big edit, nearly 8 minutes…for a web edit its a long one. But when you have been filming for a year, traveled and ridden more spots than most local riders get to see in a year; you will soon see that it is packed with goats, mud huts, road trips and a huge variety of parks and street from all over S.A. This was really fun to film and edit, hope you guys enjoy this as much as us Durban guys enjoyed hanging out with this awesome human being.
A fresh new edit from Darren Oatley. A good selection of tech clips and a couple eyebrow cockers for sure.
We have had the honor of being part of this project for the past 11 months. The first stage is now over and I was invited to capture a video of the projects success so far. See what these awesome people are doing for BMX.
Good times with loads of awesome people at the ‘For Real’ Jam in Benoni. A 3 minute edit showing what went down at the ‘plot’ in Benoni.
And now for something completely different…