What a treat to end the week! Rex Cubic just dropped this edit for Division, Filmed by Eric DS, Andreas Taru and Will Moores.
"The footage collected was basically from, countless sessions in and around Perth (Australia) city centre, or whatever suburb I was living at the time, we were always searching for obscure setups to ride and secluded places to relax without getting hassled. If someone is down to hold my camera and the spot is chill, I’ll roll up" - REX CUBIC
Matt Busby came to West Oz from the US late last year for a couple of weeks to visit Ross Dummett who he knew from Ross' trips to the north west US previously.
While he was here, he went on a few day trips and a down south trip with some of the boys and filmed this rad little edit on his Iphone. It turned out so sick, featuring Ross Dummett, Karl Cottrell, Luke Snelling and with a few clips from Kyle Ralston, Jake Corless and Matt himself.
Grab a coffee, sit down and press play.
NIck Mitchell recently had surgery to sort out his shoulder that dislocates at the drop of a hat. He had all these clips that Bryce Ruksenas filmed stacked up on Bryce's hard drive and decided to put them out in an edit and start fresh once his shoulder has healed. There are some gems in here and I cant wait to see what Nick gets up to when his shoulder is 100%.
The final part of the 2015 Just A Game vid went to Jake Corless and for good reason. Jake rides smooth as butter and takes that style to rails, walls, ledges, gaps and more.
There are more than a few big gaps in here and the last one is a deadman setup in every sense of the word. Jake handles it accordingly.
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!
To see more recent footage from Jake and the rest of the boys grab a copy of the sequel Game Over.
Callan Stibbards epic part from 2015's Just A Game. Callan filmed and edited the rest of the video and this section was filmed by the boys and edited by Calvin Kosovich.
Callan is most at home on a big hand rail. The stair count in this part could well be into the 1000's, the last kinked rail alone is 50+ stairs and would have to be one of the biggest ever done.
Grab a cup of your prefered beverage, sit back and watch the show.
Tom Roddy's Just A Game section from 2015. Tom embodies a north east US style on the west coast of Aus, he has four pegs and puts em to use in here.
Check it out and grab a copy of Game Over to see what the boys have been up to more recently.
We have been dropping sections from 2015's Just A Game over the past month, to hype up the newest vid from Callan Stibbards and friends, Game Over.
Luke Snelling would be one of Perth's most underrated riders, I mean we know how good he is, but he's not all over the internet so unless you have witnessed him casually killin it in person, or seen this section, you wouldn't know.
Check out Luke Snelling getting wild and grab a copy of Game Over to see what the boys have been upto more recently.
Tom Roddy just dropped a couple of clips from his section of this vid he put together on Instagram and it got me stoked to go back and watch the whole edit again. Such a rad Video, 25 mins fly by and then you will want to go ride!
Featuring Local Team riders Tom Roddy, Jake Corless, Callan Stibbards, Mitch Morris, Kyle Ralston and Luke Snelling as well as Dyl Mathews, Graham Scott, Ben Roberts, Filipe Laghi, Luke Cridland, Andreas Taru, Terry Sukroo all from Perth and Nick Barrett, Matt Miller, Kevin Vannauker, Justin Benthien from the northeast US. Enjoy!
We live in an age where video's get lost on the internet a week after they have come out, we have had some really amazing edits put out from our team riders and now we have a website and blog I'm going to re-up them from time to time.
Calvin Kosovich was one of the first team additions after we opened in August 2013 and he put together this edit for us which dropped in February 2014.
Calvin was already on the Kink AM team at this time and had just moved to California I think, there are a bunch of good clips from when he was on The Set too which found a home here. I'm sure that this whole edit Calvin is running 48 spoke wheels and a 14mm axle front hub to hold up to his riding abuse. Killer timeless song choice too but that is to be expected from CK.
Filmed by Callan Stibbards, Jordan Dentamaro and Graeme Scott and featuring clips from all over Perth, Albany, Melbourne and SF/LA in Cali. Enjoy!