One year ago yesterday, The JIB Tape #3 video was released online in it’s entirety. The video includes riding from Tyler Butler, the Stinkpit crew, Jonathan Schimpf, the Chocolate Truck crew, Pat Schlitzer, Nick Bott and many more. Since the videos initial release online it has also been released section by section on the JIB Vimeo page.
For this weeks throwback we are taking it back five years and re-posting an edit of Eric Capone composed of unused clips. The edit was put together by Steve Marini who ran the now defunct Innovation BMX Clothing before moving on from BMX. In the years since this edits release Eric has progressed quite a bit and has been featured in a number of magazines and videos. Hit play, get it together and see what’s happening.
We haven’t posted a throwback in awhile so here’s one that was originally posted on October 4th, 2012. The Jib, Stinkpit and Chocolate Truck crews all got together and filmed a session at the Whitehall Skatepark. The edit (filmed on three different cameras) consists of riders from all three crews including Matt Miller, Steve Tassone, Nick Bott, Brendon Reith, Dan Conway, Joby Suender, Joe Niranonta, Fran Meehan, Nick Barrett, Eric Capone, Pat Schlitzer, Anthony Yock, Jonathan Schimpf, Ryan Niranonta and Tyler Butler.
Jim Borio has been getting a lot of attention the last few years by locking down sponsorships with Fit Bikes, Merritt, and Almond Footwear but before that Jim was still putting out solid edits on a regular basis. This week we are throwing it back to 2011 when this edit came out with Jim riding everything from garage ramp setups and trails, to street spots and his local park. Filmed by Riley Guerin and Edited by Brad Abrams.
With the premiere of “Jib: Tape Number Three” going down tomorrow night at Corsa it’s only fitting we throw it back a few years to the release of the first two Jib tapes. “Jib: Tape Number One” was released two years ago and contained footage filmed over the summer of 2011. Featuring riding from Nick Bott, Jonathan Schimpf, Pat Schlitzer, Chris “Fuzz” Ware, Steve Tassone, Joe Kirschenbaum, Joby Suender, and Dan Bob.
Since we have been taking donations all week to help aid in the search for Brian Histand we thought it would only be fitting to throw it back two years and take another look at Brian’s Tempered Bikes edit. Filmed and edited by Dave Krone, the edit is packed with smooth riding, big drops, bangers, and a song that fits almost too eerily considering the circumstances of Brian’s disappearance almost one year ago.
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With the release of The Yea’s first full-length video “Fucks Wit It” on the horizon we are throwing it back to 2010 when The Yea released their first mixtape online. The mixtape features riding from Matt Smith, Cody Neiswender, “McLovin”, Ted Marcu, Brett Snell, George Miller, Kyle Evangelista, Otto Ayala and more.
As a bonus we are going to fast forward two years through a series of road trips, fresh faces, and web-edits to 2012 when The Yea released the trailer for “Fuck Wit It”. The trailer features riding from Matt Loughead, Shilo Staniech, Slade Staniech, Sage Mulholland, Matt Smith & Cody Neiswender, “McLovin”. You can check out the trailer for “Fucks Wit It” after the jump.
This week we are throwing it back to 2011 when the Atown Trash crew was in the midst of releasing “Still Folded”. This leftovers edit is composed of eight and a half minutes of footage that didn’t make the cut for the DVD. Featuring the usual Atown Trash goons including Knick Smith, Dustin Clewell, Chopper Viands, Sanchez, and Fateem Williams just to name a few.
‘Tis the season to be merry. It’s also a good excuse to post this throwback Stink Pit Christmas edit originally posted online three years ago. Featuring Dan Conway and Brendon Reith getting into the holiday spirit and having some fun in the snow.
This week’s Throwback features Ricky “Bobby” Santiago riding the now closed down Union Ramp Park from three years ago, enjoy.