Post Tagged with: "jim cielencki"

  • Props Road Fools 9 – Mt. Baldy Pipe

    Props Road Fools 9 – Mt. Baldy Pipe

    The Road Fools 9 crew hits up the infamous Mt. Baldy full pipe.

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  • Props Issue 40 – La Revolution Toronto

    Props Issue 40 – La Revolution Toronto

    Riders from around the globe hit up Toronto’s La Revolution course in this classic section from Issue 40 of Props Video Magazine.

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  • Props Issue 43 – FBM T1 comp, Austin, TX

    Props Issue 43 – FBM T1 comp, Austin, TX

    In a classic section from Props Issue 43, Gary Young, Brian Terada, Brian Wizmerski, Vic Murphy, Scott Malyon, Baby Karl Poynter, Billy Dexter, Leigh Ramsdell, Taj Mihelich, Chase Hawk, Jim Cielencki, Jake Finley, Mike Aitken, Morgan Wade, Walter Pieringer, Garrett Byrnes, Mike Judge, Scott Foster, Danny Hickerson, Justin Inman, Jimmy Levan, Mike Tag, Kevin Porter, and others tear up the Intellect Skare Ranch in Austin, TX. Music This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb | Black Panther Song Recover | Betting […]

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  • Props Megatour 10 – Sunday Bikes

    Props Megatour 10 – Sunday Bikes

    UPDATE: Now on iTunes! Megatour 10 follows 4 teams as they traverse Texas. With a change from previous Megatour editing formats, MT10 features each team in their own stand alone section. Sunday Bikes team: Jim Cielencki (TM), Alex Magallan, Eric Lichtenberger, Garrett Reeves, Jake Seeley, Mike Gonzales, Gary Young & Aaron Ross. Check our exclusive online Megatour 10 coverage if you missed any. MT10 DVD SOLD OUT.

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  • Film Boards – The Art of Rolling Capture

    Film Boards – The Art of Rolling Capture

    A BMX filmer’s skateboard. When used correctly it can make that boring shot just a little more special. It can be used as transportation or as a dolly. As a tripod, seat, downtime fun, bunnyhop measurement tool, or an opener of adult beverages. It can even cause pain. Some people may ask why? Why use a skateboard when you have a perfectly capable bike to roll on? Skateboards allow for two handed operation, a more stable camera, and ultimately smoother lines. How […]

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