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). It’s also the home of names 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.
A Wicked Ride // The History of BMX Freestyle in New England
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