UK “The Finer Things” Premiere – 26th February
It’s on!!! Our UK premiere of Volume Bikes ”The Finer Things” DVD – Thursday 26th Feb at Entity BMX / Prevail Skatehouse, Poole, Dorset. Screening at 8:00pm – with free entry. . . and hot dogs. . .
A finer interview on things. Dig have an incredibly in-depth and thorough interview with the filmer and director and editor and star of Volume’s new full length DVD, The Finer Things. Check out the back of his desk – we’re stoked to see that he’s been getting the caffeine fix needed to complete an epic project like this through a mug we gave him! (or is he using it as a pen holder).
Clocking up over 1 million clicks of his mouse in the process, Demolition CEO Brian Castillo just finished knocking up the new parts catalog with everything you can expect to see that’s either out now or very shortly soon to come. Click HERE to view it BIG.
Just in case you were wondering. . . (oh, and in case you were wondering about anything else – you can go backwards without having to pedal with one of these)
We’re so proud that Elephant Distribution played a part in this!! Plenty of footage of our Rush and Level sessions from the summer in here and worth a watch for the Woodward roof manual line alone! Please Chris – slow down long enough to buy us dinner soon!
Plenty of good times from our friends over in Winbourne in this one – a perfect local scene video with a golden-timeless-feel from the very same camera that brought to you Clicked Video Magazine. I’m so stoked to have a few clips in here – even if most of them are crashes. . .
This video explains why Tyler Fernengel and Dennis Enarson didn’t make it on our Tea & Biscuits tour from a couple months back. Initially, Tyler at least, was booked on for the UK Demolition trip but after weighing up monkeys and waterfalls against rain and indoor skateparks he followed Dennis and headed to Malaysia.
But he doesn’t get out of it that easy – his flight to the UK wasn’t refundable but it was changeable – so expect to see Tyler and Hucker (another Demolition rider who had flights booked for Tea & Biscuits 2 but who’s plans changed) over here early next year for another Elephant Distribution UK trip – we’re keen to switch things up so we’ve been throwing ideas around for a theme for that and “Beer & Hot Dogs” hasn’t been ruled out yet!! More on that soon. . .
Totton Skatepark (AKA Bartley Park) is just down the road from Elephant HQ, it has been a staple session spot for many central southcoast BMX riders over the years and has helped shape the careers of house-hold name superstars such as Jon Root, Alan ‘Stig’ Cole & Grant ‘Chopper’ Fielding. Unfortunatly, the well used but questionably designed fibreglass ramps are now even more soggy and spongy than the day they were made and a group of good natured locals have come together to form a community group and are well on the way to getting a proper new park built. Please take a minute out of your day to take a look at what they have going on – your comments and interaction will help see this thing set in concrete and in tern help nurture future generations of BMX riding ramp technicians, disgruntled punks and diamond earring wearing hot-shot mountain bikers. . .