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The Black Bandit Media family is relatively normal, except for one thing: they rollerskate. MVP Casey Geraghty, trying to balance college and the roller-hockey season.
Nick Taylor, the zany chef that may or may not have his green card. Mark “the shark” Rosen’s football scholarship will get him to Stanford, if he can only stop his pranks.
A genius and klutz Drew Amato makes some really weird inventions while driving the family insane. Mike Dempsey‘s “Ricky Martin attitude” has the ladies swooning. Mark Golembeski, former Golf professional, lost his game after winning the Masters ten years ago and is now struggling to find his sanity.
Mike Riccitelli, their crazy cousin living in Uzbekistan, has found a wife and kids to call his own. John Lyke doesn’t know how or why this crazy group of twenty year olds are living in his house, but he does know one thing… Family comes first.
Beau Cottington‘s first full skating video, VHS release. Shot mainly on a Canon XL-1 and edited on a rented Media 100 system.
February 2007 Repost.
Featuring Dre Powell, Micah Yeager, Robert Lievanos, Omar Wysong, Brian Shima, Jeff Stockwell, Dominik Wagner, Ben Harmanus, Sam Davis, Leon Humphries, Eric Perkett, Mike Albritton, Sandro Brun, Jona Messerli, Mike Johnson, Jon Elliott and more.
Courtesy of Rollingvideos.com.
- Opener: Why? – Teeth Behind Kisses (Live album).
- Chris Haffey: Themselves – Mouthful.
- Montage 1: The Strokes – 1251.
- Marcus Benavides: Buck65 – Phil (Live).
- Iain Mcleod: Dug – Swells Of Ohio part 1, Odd Nos Dam – track 15, Odd Nos Dam – track 2, DJ Shadow – Disavowed, DJ Signify – Peek’ a Boo (Part 2).
- Montage 2: The Vue – Look Out For Traffic.
- Damien Wilson: Radio Head – Climbing Up The Walls.
- Lyle Shivak: Alias – Caged In, Wasting Away.
- Montage 3: Ima Robot – Philosiphophy.
- Colin Mcleod: Boom Bip – Awaiting An Accident, Placebo – Every Me and Every you (Sneaker Pimps remix).
- Credits: Modest Mouse – The Ocean Breathes Salty.
- B-roll: Alex Boyd – Untitled (Live).
- Old Skewl Edit: Oasis – Do You Know What I Mean.
- Marcus Benavides 2: Sixtoo – Fear of Flying, Sixtoo – Baroque.
Headcase Live Bonus: Jon Julio Section + More
Hoedown (2006) by Jason Reyna (Rolling Mission)
2006 Winner: Brian Aragon (full results).
After a decade, the Hoedown continues to demonstrate why it is the premiere contest in the world to attend for any street skater.
2006 attracted competitors from all over the world, making for an interesting Final 5 Showdown. When you have the worlds best together, judging one another, they will inevitably push one another to higher levels.
Watch as each heat of skaters destroy the Eisenbergs Skatepark and how the next heat is forced to go even bigger just to stay in the contest.
2011 Winner: John Sullivan.
2010 Winner: CJ Wellsmore (full results).
2009 Winner: CJ Wellsmore (full results).
2008 Winner: David Sizemore (full results).
2007 Winner: Chris Haffey (full results).
2006 Winner: Brian Aragon (full results).
2005 Winner: Erik Bailey (full results).
March 11th, 2009 Repost.
Daily Bread Video. Filmed Edited & Directed By: Beau Cottington.
Profiles On: Troy White, Santiago Azpurua, And Dominic Sagona.
Along With: Champion Baumstimler, Cory Casey, Jon Elliott, Abdiel Colberg, Louie Zamora, Eric Schrijn, Robert Lievanos, Brian Shima, Jimmy Shuda, Josh Petty, Vinny Minton, Shawn Robertson, Randy Spizer, Drew Bachrach and many others.
Previously: Hoax II: Rollerbladers Bible.
January 24th, 2008 Repost.
Chris Farmer: US Profile by Brandon Negrete
US : check this video by Brandon Negrete.
(13 parts, 2 pages). Thanks Jake Hayes.
Featuring Ian Mcleod, Chris Haffey, Jeff Stockwell , Ryan Northway & more!
Chris Haffey: US Section by Brandon Negrete
Jeff/Friends/Stockwell by Brandon Negrete
Ryan Northway: US Section by Brandon Negrete
This is history in the making! Say what you want, but the I Match Your Trick Association is breaking the mold of how to have a street competition. Let the crowd decide the winner, there are no rules, and whatever happens happens.
“Time is money” is something that will be defined down to the very last trick. This Special edition will be a priceless addition to your video shelf. The memories and moments are all caught on film for a rare time capsule. The first competition nut was cracked at the infamous Embarcadero during the 2000 X Games.
Eric Schrijn melted into a sea of onlookers at the bottom of the Hyatt rail. Magic Struck in Bercy, France as a capacity crowd cheered Shima onto the champagne alley with his superhuman ending trick. Detroit Rock City was all about Rob Guererro crushing his way through to the crown.
Finally Josh Petty takes advantage of a little hometown turn in Esco for a grand finale and emotional win. This part would not be complete without a full circle end all IMYTA – The Final Four. This one was held right in Jon Julio’s backyard of San Jose, California.
Directors: Jon Julio and Dave Paine.