Can You Film This? GT BMX’s newest full length video is here.
GT held a jam at the legendary Clairemont skatepark in San Diego and premiered their newest full-length video “Can You Film This?” Plenty of heavy moves went down from the GT squad and San Diego locals as well.
Albert Mercado with a shockingly creative dose of riding on San Diego’s utility grid for GT.
All of the sketchiness and mayhem you’ve come to expect from Swampfest, along with some rain, lots of mud, the GT Air Show, and loads of awesome riding. The GT squad put in some work over the course of two days!
GT’S Gustavo Balaloka, Leandro Moreira, and Mason Ritter drop into Dennis Enarson’s ramp, The Clairemont skatepark, Vans Off The Wall, and more during their epic four day transition quest.
Mason Ritter got his official bump to GT pro via a surprise reveal at the recent Winter Welcome Jam at the Wheel Mill. Then the GT squad got bust winning High Air and Best Trick—and had a blast doing it.
Dan Conway, Brian Kachinsky, Ratty Maty, and recent addition to the GT squad, Dillon Leeper, leave their mark on the new Source BMX Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. Between the lot of them, nothing was left untouched—every rail, ledge, wall, corner, storm door, and even the barrels.
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