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Madera’s Florida Gold: Tyler Harris

Tyler has been a staple part of the Florida scene for years…and might we add that his runs at the last stop of the 2018 series were some of his best yet.

Check out his video submission to Madera’s Florida Gold.

Madera’s Florida Gold Finalists: Andersen, Kakowski, Ozment.

Each day this week, we will be releasing in RANDOM order, the top 5 videos from the recently concluded Florida Gold 2 Contest. Though these are the top 5, these are NOT in any specific order and  the actual 1st through 3rd winners will be announced this Saturday in Oviedo at the FLBMX finals stop #5.

Until then, shoutout to all the Florida shredders who put their time and effort into this event

We had a good time judging these and honestly, the scores were REALLY close, but someone has to win and someone has to lose.

Enjoy watching them and stay tuned for the actual rankings soon!

–  Mike Hinkens ( @maderabmx )

The balance of the videos will be posted up and given some love next week.

We hope to see you Saturday.

 

Florida Gold 2: Madera Edition

Florida Gold 2: Madera Edition

A FL-BMX video contest hosted by Madera BMX.

Open now. Ends April 4th.

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The Rules:

  • Submit your best BMX video hosted on your YouTube to maderabmxweb@gmail.com by April 4th

  • Filming must take place between January 5, 2018 and April 4th, 2018

  • Video must include at least 1 rider, but not more than 5.

  • Can be filmed with any style camera (even phones).

  • A video cannot have riders or clips that are featured in any other video from anywhere. A filmer can help film multiple videos, but not ride in multiple videos.

  • Video length should be around 3 minutes.

  • Video can include any type of riding (Street, Park, Dirt and Flat) AS LONG AS IT IS FILMED IN FLORIDA  ***This is a strict. Any clips found to be filmed outside the state will be disqualified.

  • The song used in the edit must be cleared for public use. Check here for clearance and usage: https://www.youtube.com/music_policies

 

Judging:

  • Judged by Madera riders Erik Elstran, Grant Castelluzzo, Dylan McCauley, Dan Foley, and Dan Kruk

  • Scoring will be based on the following criteria:

  1. Filming, editing quality

  2. How much does it motivate the judge to ride?

  3. Trick difficulty

  4. Uniqueness of spots/spot usage

  5. Entertainment level

 

Prizes:

  • Madera Prize Package – Details announced soon.

 

Winners will be announced at the after party of the last stop of the @flbmx series in Oviedo, FL on April 14th.

SPoT Roast: October 20th and 21st

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Profile Racing is the title sponsor for the 9th annual Skatepark of Tampa’s SPoT Roast.
Here’s what you need to know…we hope to see you there.

Keep an eye out at here for open pre-registration:

http://skateparkoftampa.com


ENTRY FEES

Prepaid entry fee = Ride Free Sunday (October 15th) & Wednesday (October 18th) prior to the contest weekend.

  • Am
    • $30 advance registration / $40 weekend of event
  • Pro
    • $40 advance registration / $50 weekend of event

CLASSES (DIVISIONS)

  • 8 & Under / 9-12 / 13-15 / 16-29 / 30+ /Pro
  • Prizes awarded 1st – 5th in each division.
  • Cash awarded 1st – 3rd in Pro.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20

  • 12:00pm-11:00pm – Open practice (park will be open to BMX only)
  • 8:00pm – 30+ division
  • 9:00pm – Highest air jam on outside concrete

Saturday, October 21

  • 8:00am – Open practice (park will be open to BMX only)
  • 11:00am – Street contest on the Pro Course

PURSE (PRO ONLY)

$1,000 Pro Purse

East Vs. West.

Terry Adams: Katrina in the land of Ivan.

Terry Adams: Katrina in the land of Ivan.

Over the course of last week, I found myself shooting on the East Coast of Fl., then a day later, shooting on the West/Central Coast of Florida. In hindsight, the most consecutive days of hard riding and consistent photo snapping I’ve tucked under my belt in awhile.
Enjoy…

-Matt Coplon

East.

Mulville: Bump Jump One Footed Tabe on a Indy track directly in front of the Dali Museum.

Mulville: Bump Jump One Footed Tabe on a Indy track directly in front of the Dali Museum.

Terry Adams: Whip in Paradise.  St. Pete Beach.

Terry Adams: Whip in Paradise.
St. Pete Beach.

Terry Adam: Blender on a fishing pier.

Terry Adam: Blender on a fishing pier.

West.

Trey Jones, handling his own backyard. You are your own master.

Trey Jones, handling his own backyard. You are your own master.

Chad Degroot: 180 wall carve at Trey Jones.

Chad Degroot: 180 wall carve at Trey Jones.

Scott Weaver: hitchhiking in between transitions. This was truly incredible to watch.

Scott Weaver: hitchhiking in between transitions. This was truly incredible to watch.

Degroot: Nose fakie at Trey's.

Degroot: Nose fakie at Trey’s.

Degroot: Low wheelie spin amidst a flat/street hybrid session.

Degroot: Low wheelie spin amidst a flat/street hybrid session.

Terry Adams: About the fifth whip air he's pulled. Honor to have caught it.

Terry Adams: About the fifth whip air he’s pulled. Honor to have caught it.

Mark Mulville and Area 43.

Mulville: Shoulder dip while dropping a hand over the hip.

Mulville: Shoulder dip while dropping a hand over the hip.

For the past two years, I’ve had the honor to stop by Dave White’s house (Area 43) in San Diego for an infamous Saturday session. Things get wild, always. And the cast of legendary riders that roll through is pretty humbling for me: getting out the camera is nothing less of an honor.

This year, Mulville and I were in the area for a Profile bike shop tour. It made sense to wake up at the crack of dawn and drive 90 miles south from Riverside to Dave’s perfectly manicured yard/ramp. At 9am, we put rubber to wood, baked in the sun for 6-1/2 hours, and left actually not wanting to leave: We had to drive 3 hours north-east to Palm Desert.

Thanks to Dave White for the hospitality. Thanks to the locals for an incredibly dialed session and for being easily photogenic. Until next year…

-Matt Coplon

Dave White: Pushing a nose as far as it can go.

Dave White: Pushing a nose as far as it can go.

One of the most positive dudes in bmx. Dirt Ron. Late candy bar over the spine.

One of the most positive dudes in bmx. Dirt Ron. Late candy bar over the spine.

Keith Treanor: Taking a break from managing the Colony bmx warehouse here in the states. One footed tooth on the extension.

Keith Treanor: Taking a break from managing the Colony bmx warehouse here in the states. One footed tooth on the extension.

Sean Yarroll: First rider in, last rider to leave. Classic flatty at 3pm.

Sean Yarroll: First rider in, last rider to leave. Classic flatty at 3pm.

Adam Watkins: After working at Ride Magazine 5 days a week, this is what you do on your weekend.

Adam Watkins: After working at Ride Magazine 5 days a week, this is what you do on your weekend.

Mulville: Top sided Can over the hip.

Mulville: Top sided Can over the hip.

Dave White: Suicide up the step up.

Dave White: Suicide up the step up.

I asked Dirt Ron if he'd mind if I shot this nose fakie. With a giant grim, he executed 4 in a row for me. Thanks man.

I asked Dirt Ron if he’d mind if I shot this nose fakie. With a giant grim, he executed 4 in a row for me. Thanks man.

Sean Yarroll: Pocket transfer just about 6 hours into the session.

Sean Yarroll: Pocket transfer just about 6 hours into the session.

Adam Watkins: Perfect One-footed invert over the hip.

Adam Watkins: Perfect One-footed invert over the hip.

Dave White: I shot this same photo last year. The ramp, the sky, and Dave's positioning were so dialed, I had to shoot it again.

Dave White: I shot this same photo last year. The ramp, the sky, and Dave’s positioning were so dialed, I had to shoot it again.

3:30pm. Closing of a dialed session.

3:30pm. Closing of a dialed session.