Sticking To Our Roots – James aka Ginger \m/
One of the things I appreciate the most about BMX is how it brings people together. Case in point James and myself. I can’t pin point when I met him, but I always remember him being a shredder, someone who’s constantly riding even if it is by himself. Anyone who rides knows how hard it can be to push yourself when you ride alone, but that doesn’t stop James. I’ve seen him spend hours trying some of the most technical and burly lines on his own at some weird hour of the night. That is why he was the perfect addition to this project. James lives and breathes BMX to the fullest. He is not into trends or what the latest, lightest bike part is. He is hungry for that feeling we get when we land something new. I have alot of respect for the stuff he does on a daily basis especially for his do or die attitude while filming for this dvd. Every time I watch his section I get the chills, it pumps me up so much seeing so much style and confidence in everything he does. Especially knowing that some of the lines took hours to film, with some pretty heavy beatings. This was the first time we filmed together and it was nothing short of pure progression. Press play and see for yourself what I’m talking about.
Respect to James aka Ginger, keep on destroying them streets brother \m/