Malaysia had is 3rd wave of Covid-19 virus spread on October 2020. So some place that had been seriously effected gets another ‘soft lockdown’. We in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor & Putrajaya need to stay in our own district only, we cant go to other district. Many places closed. Restaurant can only be open until 10pm. and many more. So one day before the CMCO, all the riders went out to do some activities and before they cant to that for a certain period of time.
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Saiful Ariff is one of the best rider in Malaysia had purchased a new frame from The Curb. He got a Kink Titan II frame which is best for BMX Park riding.
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Prior to the start of social distancing roomies Dennis Enarson, Corey Walsh and Jason Watts set out to build the ultimate backyard ramp. When the sun went down so did the heavy riding…
Vans is proud to present Homestead, a fresh new edit from Dennis Enarson, Jason Watts and Corey Walsh, filmed by Christian Rigal. The impetus for the film came together after the three built a world-class ramp setup in Dennis’ backyard late last year.
“Making Homestead was something really special,” Dennis said. “The same guys who built the ramp happen to be the two best ramp riders in the world. So, once we lit those ramps up it was time to get done everything we could until the three of us could barely walk. I’m proud to make this split edit with Corey and Jason, and premiere what I think is the most legit backyard ramp setup in the BMX world.”
After completing the three-month buildout, the crew was amped to get some time on a ramp that serves as a rider’s dream setup — a sentiment that shines through in this edit, along with some of what Jason and the crew dubbed “Pull-Back or Die” moments. “Some good times went into building this ramp,” Corey commented, “and there’s only going to be more good times riding and building in the future.”
“Thank you, Vans, for backing it since day one,” Dennis added. “Thank you Christian Rigal for making such a sick video and thank you Jason and Corey for all the good times – from the ramp build, all the way to filming this video.”