A Wicked Ride // The History of BMX Freestyle in New England

Now Online! Scott Moroney, Jeff Winston and Dennis Langlais worked on this documentary for a long time. Over 100 hours of video tape, DIY ethos, and a ton of interviews provide us with a quintessential history guide of the development of freestyle in New England, (which encompasses the states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut). ┬áIt’s also the home of ┬ánames like Kevin Martin, Joe Johnson, Kevin Robinson, Kieran Chapman, Darren Pelio, Jared Souney, and Keith McElhinney, among many others. If you love BMX, this will strike a cord in your memory banks of being a kid on a bike in the 80s and 90s. RIP Kevin Robinson.

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3 Responses to A Wicked Ride // The History of BMX Freestyle in New England

  1. Thanks for sharing the story here. Tons of fun to be a part of at the time and a crazy experience to tell the story now.

  2. Rick Mac says:

    Awesome effort to document the whole scene…. what a special time and place!!

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