We’ve written down 100 random questions and assorted topics, all of which are unbeknownst to our victims. We will be asking people to pick 20 random numbers from 1-100 and then supplying them with those questions/topics to answer. Who knows what might come up!?!?!
Up next, is BMX media hustler and shredder Zach Krejmas.
Thanks to Jeff Z. for the pic.
Yesterday – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner?
3 eggs over-medium, 4 pieces of extra crispy bacon, sourdough toast, hash browns, coffee.
No real lunch besides some carrots and hummus.
Turkey / provolone sandwich, plus a “berry bowl” consisting of strawberries, bannanas, blueberries, granola, coconut flakes and honey.
What could we find in your refrigerator right now?
A 6-pack of Goose Island IPA, Carrots, Tomatoes, Avocados, Hummus, Mushrooms, Turkey Meat, Provolone Cheese… I need to go shopping.
What is the one thing you have to do /accomplish this year?
I’ll be taking part in the planning and throwing of the party known as Nora Cup… for the first time.
What would the title be of your autobiography?
Wheels & Motion.
What is your favorite local eatery?
How many hats do you own?
What was the last prank you played on someone?
I honestly can’t remember, but the last prank I remember taking part in was the roman candle annihilation of Tony Hamlin via Dan Coller while on the Kink “Turn Down The Suck!” tour.
How would you describe your driving?
Very conscious, not sluggish, but not out of control…
If you were in an elevator and Michael Jordan walked in, what would you do?
Probably give him an acknowledging nod, I’d likely be too nervous to do much else.
Top 5 all time favorite movies in order.
The Holy Mountain, The Conversation, Le Samurai, American Beauty, Pulp Fiction.
If you had the chance to interview anyone in the world, who would you choose?
Where were you when 9/11 happened?
6th grade history class. I also vividly remember skating the curb outside of my house that day.
What would be your ideal weekend?
One day of rest / relaxation and one day of play / BMX exploration.
Who / what are your influencers in life – name five.
My parents, BMX, obtaining a degree in cinema, moving from Palmdale to Apple Valley, CA in 8th grade, past relationships (platonic and romantic).
Toilet paper. When the roll is getting low, are you guilty of using just enough not to replace it, or do you do the right thing?
Do the right thing.
3 words that describe you best / 3 words that would never be used to describe you.
Calm, collected, considerate / condescending, cocky, over the top.
iPhone. Case or no case?
Currently, no case.
What do you think are a few things/people that are overrated?
Most popular music, All American Presidents.
Who are some people you enjoy following on Instagram?
What movie can you repeatedly quote lines from?
As much as I love movies and films, I’m not much of a “quoter”.
The bikes have all been re-designed from the ground up with a few new models introduced. We have our first ever 18″ model – the 2015 Colony Inception 18″. Another all new model is the 2015 Colony Emerge, which is exclusive to the USA only.
Australian stores will see our 2015 complete bikes early September, with the rest of the planet seeing them later in the September as well.
Yo yo !!
If you haven’t had a chance to see the hard copy of the Make It Happen book, it is now online for you to eyeball (right above this text).
About Make It Happen:
‘Make It Happen’ is a global BMX project by rider Greg Illingworth, filmer Will Evans and photographer George Marshall. Over 14 months Greg travelled to South Africa, China and Argentina with some of the world’s best riders: Gary Young, Tammy Mccarley, Brian Kachinsky, Ed Zunda, Josh Harrington, Kevin Kalkoff, Paul Ryan, Ben Hennon, Matt Priest, Matthias Dandois and Maxime Charveron. They all shared one simple idea – explore, ride, document.
The Make It Happen book is a one off high quality publication that documents the entire project and features in depth biographic interviews with Brian Kachinsky, Greg Illingworth and Tammy Mccarley.
The full video will be released online on Thursday, August 14th.
Jackson Allen Filmed this in Santa Cruz, of his buddy- Guy French, it’s Awesome! Here is what Jackson had to say about it-
“Guy French featuring a quarter pipe clip from Murph
Song: Acid King- Silent Circle
Music is better loud
Guy rides a Steadfast
Trails aren’t for pussies
Guy works for a great bike shop but even they couldn’t stand how much he played Vagabond Ritual and Thousand Yard Stare during his shift.
Guy is 21. FBM is 21.
Guy goes higher than anyone at the trails. We measured with a laser.”
Hey guys, I just got back from my trip over to the UK. The month went so quick, rode in Nass festival and also Bmx Cologne in Germany. Bummer but I hurt my knee in Germany which I’ve been sessioning physio a lot since I’ve been back to get strength in it and is already starting to feel better and better. Stoked! Apart from that just having a goodtime and can’t wait to finish filming for a webvid I have going on. I’ll keep you guys posted.
Ronnie and Mike are out at Woodward East this year holding it down for Demolition Parts at the Mongoose Jam 2014. Ronnie practically lives at Woodward and it shows in Ride’s edits from the comp, they got Ronnie doing ridiculous transfers and lines that no one else is even looking at. Mike Gray on the other hand keeps every one guessing with technical street combos and bangers that most riders have never seen in videos let alone in person! Here are a couple of photos of the guys that Rob Dolecki shot for Ride during the comp. Be sure to check out both of these photos big after the jump and then click on this LINK to check out more of Ride’s coverage from the Mongoose Jam 2014.
We dropped this earlier in the year, and it is not one to be forgotten! Aaron is such a solid rider, and he puts setups to work in this part for Kink…