Archive for March, 2010

Oak Hill Video-The B Class

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Follow the link to a production from the GNC International MX Finale.  The B classes are stacked this season, check it out.


RIP Jesse Masterpool

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

The motocross world lost someone special this week.  Suzuki support rider and top amateur prospect Jesse Masterpool recently passed after crashing hard at Lake Whitney Spring Nationals.  I was fortunate enough to watch and film Jesse ride during the beginning of the week.  He was one of the most naturally gifted and hard-charging riders I have ever seen.  I remember filming one moto in particular.  Jesse had problems early in the moto and was nearly a full lap down.  Regardless of being over half a track behind everyone, and the moto being half-way over, he still pushed it every bit as hard as if he was battling for the win.  I wish all the strength in the world to the entire Masterpool family and all the close friends of Jesse.  You will never be forgotten Master P.  


Adam Cianciarulo Video

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Check out another production….this time with future superstar Adam Cianciarulo…. Follow the link and change your raditude.

a random picture that has nothing to do with the video is always good.

a random picture that has nothing to do with the video is always good.

Elkhorn Snowskate Kids

Monday, March 15th, 2010

Heres a vid from Smagical 2 butt-kicker Josh Oakes. Some rare Pat Smage snowskate footage is even inside…sooooo..WATCH.

Lake Whitney Practice Video

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Heres a link to a Production from the Lake Whitney Spring Classic National MX event. Practice day is fun…take a gander…..

SA3 Preview?

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010
SA 3.....Coming sooooooon?

SA 3.....Coming sooooooon?

Day in the Life

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Here is Phil’s entry to Nikon’s “Your day in 140 Seconds”. Enjoy.

Snowskate Shoe Sale!

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

Follow the link to a great deal on some snowskate shoes.  Winter may be winding down, but thats no reason not to keep your feet warm and dry.  Get that much needed snowskate traction!