May 2011 Repost.
- Winner: Matthieu Heinemann. Slam of the year: Neou Men.
- Imyta Series: More Media.
May 2011 Repost.
February 2010 Repost. Note: The BCSD ended in 2013.
What is left to say about the Bitter Cold Showdown? Each and every year is bigger, better and more exciting than the last.
The 9th annual Bitter Cold Showdown was no different. Jeff Dalnas, Franco Cammayo, Mathias Silhan, Jon Jon Bolino, David Sizemore, Brian Aragon, Chris Haffey, Alex Broskow and Montre Livingston battled it out for the 2009 title and kept the crowd cheering until the very end.
The 2009 DVD features every unforgettable trick from the contest along with commentary from the competitors. In addition to the contest, Detroit native J.C. Rowe takes you through the official industry trade show to give you an inside look at what’s going on with some of your favorite rollerblading brands.
The DVD also features the World Rolling Series pro tour and covers events from Australia, France, England and Spain. If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience the BCSD first hand or are one of the hundreds of attendees eager to see everything you missed, pick up the Bitter Cold Showdown 2009 DVD and enjoy every moment of the world’s biggest rollerblading event.
Part 2, Part 3 + Bonus
January 2009 Repost.
Featuring Aaron Feinberg, Matt Andrews, Jake Elliott, Chiaki Ito, Nick Riggle, Wilfred Rossingnol, Shayne Skower, Vinny Minton, Jochen Smuda, and Nicky Adams.
Soundtrack courtesy of Rollingvideos.
Scottish & UK video by Chris Doughty and Oli Short. Filmed in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London & more.
Directed by Matt Raimondo & Justin Buchanan.
Headcase Live Bonus: Jon Julio Section + More
The Apple that fell far from the Tree is a documentary film that depicts a day in the life of Mr. Sean Sea, however on this particular day he experiences a series of daydreams, reflecting different times in his life, that flash through his head uncontrollably throughout the day.
Reflecting on his rollerblading lifestyle and a series of traumatic events that resulted from it causes him to spiral downward into a sad state of depression and lunacy. He comes to the realization that his dedication to his lifestyle has guided him nowhere except into the dirt.
He symbolically covers himself in mud and parades through the streets in one last-ditch effort to eliminate some of the ignorance and stupidity that surrounds his lifestyle. However as he continues parading through the streets covered in mud, he finally realizes his choice to continue on with this lifestyle is not contigent upon how anyone views it, but is for different reasons altogether. Sean Cullen is a real person. The outcome of his lifestyle is yet to be determined.
Also Starring Patrick Lennen and Erik Bailey. Produced by Patrick Lennen.
Additional Editing by Paul John. Tromatik Pictures 2004.
Featuring profiles on Ben Weis, Pat Lennen, Jon Murakami, Mike Choley, Sean Cullen, Ruben Feinberg, Casey Bagozzi, and two Erik Bailey sections.
Tracklist courtesy of Rollingedits.
Featuring sections Jon Julio (12:57), Josh Petty (23:37) & Dustin Latimer (30:39). produced by Jon Julio, Brian Smith & TJ Webber.
Soundtrack courtesy of Rollingvideos