Late last year Ride went to their contributors with the idea of shooting photos at a specific time to showcase just how much BMX is going on around the world at any given time. November 23rd at 1pm PST was go time and teams of riders, photographers and filmers from California to Spain all converged on that One Moment to collectively create something special. The article came out awesome and this video does well to show the anticipation, the build up and the payoff of one extraordinary moment in BMX.
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For a new segment I call “Roll With”, I send a disposable camera to a rider and ask them to shoot around while they go about their daily business. A prime candidate for the first roll was the pro’s pro, Brian Kachinsky. He seems to always be on the move and willing to contribute to a project in a helping manner. For this roll, we follow him through a trip to Louisiana with a group of friends and then to Costa Rica with the Primo team.
“When I first started traveling many years ago I remember legendary pro Dave Freimuth giving me some wise words of advice: “take a lot of pictures” he said. Since then I have been all over the world and currently have over 12,000 pictures on my iPhone and even more hard drives filled up with pictures from my adventures both at home and abroad. When I first started traveling I didn’t have a digital camera. I only had a handful of disposable cameras to capture some of the best times of my life. When given a couple disposable cameras to bring on trips by Scott Marceau I couldn’t help but remember how much different it is from digital. Much like life itself, there’s no delete button or second tries. Here’s a few permanent snaps from a couple escapes from Chicago’s polar vortex of 2014. Enjoy!”
Roll with Brian Kachinsky