In the lead up to the ‘Perfect Blues‘ premieres in February, James Harris has dropped some footage of Ollie Lock, Jess Young and Sam Austin, Jason Lewer, Barber, Phil Parker and Frankie Darby in Bristol for you to watch before the full length is exposed.
The film has footage of those mentioned plus Dave Wallace, Jed Cullen, Ash Hall, Josh Arnott, Channon Wallace, Jimmy Hart, Andy Coleman, Ryan Chamberlain, Phil Parker and more. Look out for it.
Bright may have overlooked their 15 years of service in their nominations this year but have not forgotten what 5050 have brought to the UK scene in that period. In fact, they are still moving forward as proved in this brand new promo video filmed by Rich Smith, George Nevin and James Harris.
Enjoy footage of Flynn Trotman, Dan Wileman, Danny Wainwright, Matt ‘Boyo’ Williams, Korahn Gayle, Tom Gibbs, Barber, Phil Parker, Will Ainly, Justin Sydenham and Ollie Lock.
Last month’s Big Three jam at Lloyds also had a meeting under the M32. Watch Jess Young, Shaun Currie, Owen Hopkins, Flynn Trotman, Ollie Lock, Frank The Tank and more geting down to some cheese on toast.
The new Maverick built park in Churchdown opened last week with an event. Ryan Price, Ollie Lock, Matt ‘Boyo’ Williams, Adam Keys, Andy Coleman and Tom Gibbs all went down to check out the new concrete. Here’s a 60 second edit of what it looks like up there.
There’s nothing more annoying than losing footage but there’s a bright side when it suddenly emerges from hibernation. The Redlight crew down in bristol found this previously lost footage on another hard drive this month featuring Ollie Lock and Ryan Chamberlain at the UK Ramp Hire warehouse for your viewing plesure.
The rescheduled ‘Gert Big Three‘ comp almost didn’t take place due to yet again more unfortunate British weather circumstances (rain on and off all day!) The sun came out for just enough time later in the afternoon for the set to dry (ish) and a session to go down!
First place and £500 went to an NBD fakie front side heel flip from Korahn Gayle. 2nd place with £250 went to Ash Dixon with a frontside flip, back side heelflip then robbed on a few nollie backside flips before slaming his face into the unforgiving slippery tiles of Lloyds. 3rd place went to Ollie Lock with a bolts front shuv, not to mention the numerous impossibles he landed on before the floor got to wet, avit next time kid!
After landing but not rolling countless trayflips down the three during the comp lil Joe Mercer stepped up for some overtime and got his personal NBD treflip at the end of the session, clean as a whistle! Stoked! Keep an eye on www.5050store.com for updates on the next Big Three Jam which will be happening some time in April ’12 when it’s not bloody raining! Thanks to all who attended, BIG UP!