DIG BMX has been exclusively uploading sections from the 2013 “Chocolate Truck” full-length DVD. This week Joe & Ryan Niranonta’s split section from the DVD has been uploaded. You can watch all of the previously uploaded sections on the DIG Youtube channel in case you missed any of them.
Five years ago today the now defunct Infamy BMX crew premiered their video “You Got That” at Kung-Fu Necktie in Philadelphia. The video featured sections from Fran Meehan, Otto Ayala, Evan Ayala, a Friends Mix, Brendon Reith, Ryan Landman, Eric Capone and Dan Conway. “You Got That” went on to be one of the most talked about videos of 2010 in the BMX community, which was remarkable considering the video was produced by what at the time could have been considered a virtually unknown crew from the suburbs of Philadelphia.
We have included all the sections from “You Got That” after the jump for your viewing pleasure. Whether this is your first time watching the video or if you own the physical DVD the video remains just as relevant today as it did five years ago. Enjoy.
Every year, we post countless videos on this site. They are here one minute and archived the next. As part of our Year End web-series, we wanted to take a look back and highlight the videos that we felt were the best of 2014. Unlike last year, this list is in no particular order and is not based off of our website stats. Instead, this years list is based off the videos that stood out the most while scrolling through the list of videos from this past year. So sit back, re-watch and we hope you enjoy.
East Coast Destruction just released a new Winter Promo online featuring Grant Bass and James Kehs. The promo showcases the Winter Pom Beanie, the Bullet Hoodie and the Bullet Crewneck Sweater which are all available now through the ECD website.
Animal just dropped a “Welcome To The Team” edit on their site featuring Pennsylvania local and Chocolate Truck show runner Matt Miller. The video was filmed by Nick Barrett and edited by Ryan Navazio. This is one that has been a long time coming and we want to wish Matt the best of luck with his newly found spot on the Animal Bikes team.
Ryan Navazio has uploaded his classic 2007 DVD “Left Right” from Standpoint Productions on The Navi Arm Youtube channel in 720p. This is a treat for both those who have and have not seen the DVD. In case you are in the latter group the video features Rob Wise, Larry Alvarado, Joe Mcintire, Dave Belcher, Kurt Rasmussen, and also includes an East Coast, West Coast and Philly Mix sections.
The Yea just dropped their latest video project titled “Clippin’ & Dippin'” online. The video features a heavy crew of riders including Matt Smith, McLovin’, Josh Stair, Eeshond Kirk, Jarret Mayo, Matt Loughead, Jon Herr and more. Filmed and edited by Matt Smith with additional filming from Marc Face, Josh Stair, Austin, McLovin’ and Jon Herr.