The second instalment of Tristan Sweet’s Hit a Lick Mixtape just dropped and it’s definitely worth a watch! Featuring Kent Fuller, Kyle White, Chad Ferch, Ky Brisebois, Drew Morton, Shawn Neurauter, Griffen Jepson, Mitch Radcliffe. Don’t sleep!
The Stweet crew crank up the heat once again out of Saguenay, QC. We caught up with Evans Murray to get some info on the vid, the crew and Saguenay in general to coinicide with yet another banger video from the squad.
It’s rare nowadays to see a high quality skatepark video like this one shot and cut by Rayden Wickop. Clean filming and editing, and many ridiculous combos from Adam Piatek make this video an enjoyable watch. I definitely recommending check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
Rayden Wickop put together this video of Wade Lajlar with some footage they shot a couple years back. Spliced with riding, there’s a bunch of clips that highlight Wade’s professional life. It’s always cool seeing people’s passions beyond just bike riding.
Daaang what a pleasant surprise on a Tuesday afternoon! My fellow helmet boi Justin Hughes just came through with some serious heat courtesy of WeThePeople.
Every single trick Justin does is proper, and those crank hard 1’s are wild. Peep it.
Mark Stanway is probably the fastest progressing park rider in the Edmonton area right now. For better or for worse, he has that young, fearless, “just gonna send it” attitude. I’ll give you an example: That launch ramp / fly-out backflip at 0:24 was done on a hi-tensile steel rental bike from the park. Given how hard Mark is on bikes, he had to pay an additional $10 to rent it. As expected, the bike made some pretty awful noises as he was attempting the flip. The bars were continuously slipping and his feet kept blowing off the non-grippy pedals. Nonetheless, he kept going for it until the bike couldn’t take much more. Mark will have some footage in the upcoming Weird & Revered DVD, but until then, peep this short video comprised of phone clips at House of Wheels skatepark. It will give a little taste of what Mark is all about.