Friday Shredits – Hauck, Explosions, Flatland and More

It’s been a moment since we’ve seen an edit from Jersey based shredder Adam Hauck, but he’s back with an awesome clip for Hayes Components. Filmed and edited by George Ryan, Adam dials in his front flips and rides with some serious style.

Check out explosions after the break.

Renthal recently introduced their new Fatbar Lite Carbon handle bar. To prove it’s trail tough, they blew up the trail.

The FatbarĀ® Lite Carbon is designed for Trail, Enduro and XC riders and racers.

Neil Donoghue rips his new Fatbar Lite Carbon equipped Santa Cruz Bronson in this explosive video created by NinthCloud.

Film exclusively at Revolution Bike Park, Llanygog, Wales, UK.

For more Information on Renthal, Fatbar Lite Carbon or any other Renthal cycling products visit http://cycling.renthal.com
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You’ve probably seen Devin ‘Supertramp’ Graham’s work before – it’s usually a well filmed adventure where everyone looks like they’re having a blast. Rope swing on arches in Utah? Check. Giant slip and slide? Check. Lately he’s been doing a series of “one tank adventures” as sort of gorilla marketing for Ford like this one with a mix of trials and flatland riders making it look easy.

I got to work with some of the best Trials bikers in the country take on the City by the Bay in the Fusion Energi and CMAX Energi. In cars powered by battery and gas, these bike-ridingthrill-seekers go further than you can imagine with the help of a company that is all about MPG AND http://www.ford.com. Super thanks to Ford for making this video happen! Video wouldn’t have been possible without Ford, and the amazing athletes we got to work with.

Main athletes featured in the video are:
Tim Knoll – BMX rider http://www.youtube.com/DactylOrbiting
Jeremy VanSchoonhoven – Trials Riders
Zak Maeda
Casey Holm
William Hendrickson

Music by Con Bro Chill, song called “Dance Thief”
Their music is amazing, so make sure to check it out on iTunes in the link below!
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dan…
Check out their music video for the song here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgMweT…

Film by Devin Graham
Ad Agency: Team Detroit
Producer: Buddy Enright
Edited by Parker Walbeck
Cinematographers: Devin Graham, Parker Walbeck, and Jared Cook

Filmed on the Canon 1DC, Canon 5D Mark III, and GoPro3.

Sound design by my friend Dan Pugsley. This guy is amazing!
http://www.danpugsley.co.uk
We used Mark Warner’s phantom camera. You can contact him via email to rent his amazing super slow motion camera in the link below.

And last but not least, make sure to follow me on twitter and facebook, it’s the cool thing to do these days :)

To show off their Replublic cycling shoe, Giro made this clip with Chas of Mash SF and TCB Couriers.

Meet Chas, of MASH SF and TCB Couriers in San Francisco. As a working messenger, entrepreneur and racer, Chas embodies a life on the move. We wanted to create a new kind of shoe for people like Chas – riders who need a dependable, capable performance shoe with style and versatility at heart. That shoe is the Republic.

Comments

hermies - 12/13/13 - 12:35pm

usually i like the friday shredits, but those last two i have no respect for.
Devin Supertramp’s videos are all about him and his sponsors everytime, never about the people in them, unless it is him. Then there is the slobbing on Ford’s knob every chance that he has that i just rubs me the wrong way. I know Red Bull videos are kind of the same, but they do it with so much more class in my opinion.

That last one i just have no place in my heart for, fixie-bike-messenger-hipster-SF-culture is dead to me. Its great they ride bikes for a living but these videos of them are all the same BS everytime about how great being a bike messenger is just change their name and the city. All in all every video can be summed up with this anti establishment freedom. If those shoes where not cool looking he could not have they, done.

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