Last night the Community Bmx video, DIY, was premiered at Velocult . The amount of support was incredible. It really represented why we made this video. A lot of the riders involved with the video were in attendance to check out the final product, along with many others who wanted to share in the celebrating. As the night wound down we finished things off with a raffle. Many goods donated from Nike, Adidas, some shirts we threw in the pot, and two Dirt Bros. Sprockets sent up by East County Bmx. The night was an official success, and it wouldn’t have happened without the immense support of so many.
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The idea behind Community came from wanting a palette to show not only my own work, but the work of the vast amount of people who inspire us all everyday, on and off the bike. So many of us living our lives with two wheels under us find ourselves expressing ourselves through many different mediums; Photographers, Videographers, Web Designers, Illustrators, builders, etc.. Finding an outlet through riding bikes has motivated many of us to take to these mediums, but always coming back to the thing that brings us together, Bmx.
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