Darryl Tocco is no stranger to the video game. He rides in them and produces them as well. With all the work he's put in, I'm definitely curious to hear his opinions. With that said, I hit him up to speak on some of his favorite videos and parts.
Click below to see what he chose.
Welcome to the first Defgrip Bone Deth Disposed feature, as shot by Dean Dickinson. As you would expect, there is plenty of interesting and unique scenarios in this one. Check back soon for an edit from this trip as well. Enjoy!
From Sean Burns:
Expose your salty tickle holes and dispose the rest. The KILLED BY BONE DETH TOUR seen from the snaps of Dean Dickinson. The internet may be a social disease but it treats BMX as a big fat media bomb. So here you are, explode yourself a sneak of what life is like on the road with the Bone Deth deadman team. Soon enough you can see some video action of the tour. Maybe not the full hammered scenarios… that's too weird and wild for BMX internet? That stuff will be saved for our DVD that's in the works. We try to avoid the noid of larger cities and wealthy areas, that's why we spent a lot of time in Bethlehem PA. Slugged out, beat up, old timey, full of trash, glass and broken homes. In some sense we just want everything to be filthy, ROTTEN, dirty. One mans Trash is another deadmans treasure. The tour featured weirdos such as Colt Fake, Albie Bennett, Dirt Ron, Party Management, Lee Hopkins, Waffle, Chris Crawford, Kert Petersel, Dean Dickinson, and myself.
Click below for pics.
The Sosh Urban Motion project/contest is a wrap and above you can check out the 1st through 3rd place edits which feature Alex Kennedy/Richard Forne, Alex Donnachie/Peter Adam and Maxime Charveron/Thibaut Grevet. Pretty awesome, considering the premise was to film an edit using only an iPhone.
In addition, Hadrien Picard came through with a sweet photogallery from the making of these. Read his intro below, then click to check out the pics.
Just a month ago, 7 teams from France & UK of one rider/one filmer were invited in Paris for the 2nd edition of the Sosh Urban Motion. They had a week to produce a clip & I’m sure everyone will agree that it was an awesome time.
We saw some of the best riders & filmers creating some amazing clips, only in a couple of days, only with a smartphone…
I was there to organize the contest with Yann Colignon but I also had the chance to follow the teams and take some pictures.
A huge thanks to Sosh & all the teams. You rule.