Erik Bailey & Erik Bill skating a few parks around Boise, ID. Guest appearances by Ross Kuhn & Cameron Talbott.
Erik Bill got hurt before the sweet skatepark.
Frenchy Fries: Erik Bill Article
quoting Erik Bill:
My involvement with video is another classic situation, really. I started with a big old VHS-C camera and became obsessed with trying to capture the way a session felt.
I noticed as time progressed that just having the camera around was pushing my friends and me to learn things that we may not have tried without it. Obviously that’s continued and having the camera at hand is more important than ever !
I use a Canon XH-A1. My roommate recently picked one up as well and he’s learning the ropes quickly and shooting some second angles. In the past I’ve made all the typical moves with the little handycams and VX’s and all that. […]
I skate with a mix of lifelong friends and people that I grew up admiring. Erik Bailey lives about 5 minutes from me and we skate just about everyday when he’s home.
Obviously, he’s easy to work with. I skate with everyone involved in the NDN edits. Even when we aren’t skating, the homies are usually together having fun one way or another. It’s great. There’s also a lot of buds that come to town every chance they get. […]
Remz developed a new generation of skates which addresses the problem of many soft boots: the softening and loss of support after a while of use.
The new Remz technology solves the issue by incorporating high end non-stretch composite materials into the fabric, which effectively eliminates stretching and give over time. The result is a much firmer fit and the skate will maintain its performance after long periods of skating.
The HR 1.1 uses high end imported fabrics which were exclusively developed for Remz and offers a host of new details, unique fabrics, structures and design elements. Freedom-of-feet approved for your enjoyment.