“Flatland progression at 52 years old – new 2018 trick ideas, including some of my Master of Creativity entries and extras. Mixed this year with some trips back into the archives for some of my riding from 1984 to 2005.” – Scott Hagnas
While going through some contest footage I ran across this footage of Eddie at Pipeline. This looks like it was days before the park was destroyed. No fences, no heavy session, just nothing. It’s kind of eerie. I was really hoping there was going to be more on the tape I found but there wasn’t. Eddie definitely was one of the rulers there and I would be so curious to see how BMX evolved if Pipeline could have made it through the early 90’s!
How do you think BMX would be different if it stayed?
Click the link after the jump to see some unseen pics of Eddie.
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The third tape i picked out of my box of tapes. This one is pretty stacked. Burnside skatepark, St. Helens skatepark, Hood River skatepark, Old Solame trails, Some street and Jeremy Davis’s epic ninja drop attempts!!
Featuring Rich Hirsch, Daniel Randall, Eric Walter, Mark Johnson, Ian Munroe, Ben Hucke, Justin Inman, Brennan Britton, Chris Styler, Austin Hemler, Twinn Finn, Shad Johnson, Jeremy Davis, Mike Lund, & Tommy Graven.
Digging through my tapes last night and I ended up pulling out this jem. I’m pretty sure this was the first tape we started filming Blueprint on. It has clips from the old Salem indoor, the Spokane Washington park, the Punisher pool, Portland streets and then it ends with footage I had from one the infamous Nelson contests!
This tape was pretty jacked so I couldn’t pull everything I would have liked to and some of the clips have glitches. It is still fun to watch and a super fun time to be in the NW!
Riders are Brennan Britton, Tommy Graven, Travis Fontaine, Daniel Randall, Justin Inman, Eric Walter, Shane Youngren, Twin Finn, Jeremy Coft, Shad Johnson, Dave Thom, Kyle, Jeremy Davis, Dustin Guenther, Andrew Ryser, Curtis Easterbrook, John Bristol, Jarrod Creally, Toast, Dave Osato, & Jay Miron.
Eddie Fiola, Mike Dominguez, and Brian Blyther battle it at the first AFA King Of The Skatepark contest at Pipeline skatepark in Upland California! Eddie took home the win with 9 feet 2 inches!!!
I sat down at home in Portland with Bruce Crisman, a genuine street pioneer who not only heavily pushed the progression of freecoaster riding, but was also an XGames champion. Bruce and I have been close friends for over 20 years so I was more than excited for us to have this conversation and help share his story with you.
Wow! What is this like the 4th heavy project from Hobie in the last few months! This welcome to Primo part has that late 90’s feel and the wild moves that you see Hobie rip through on the daily.
These ad’s were at the end of the Goods S.O.S. video and i didn’t see them online so i wanted to get em up! Eddie & Kurtis both have timeless style’s and these ad’s look so damn nice so enjoy!
Andy Merrall put together this part that is a good mix of self filmed lines of him at Burnside and FDR. THere is also a good amount of of the NW homies and a few Brian Foster clips mixed in!
Keep killing it Andy!