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In 2015, the Czech bike bros from TBB-Bike shop united with Monster Energy and started a project called “Lost In BMX”. The idea was simple – visit an unusual city to the BMX scene, hit the streets and bring the attention to some neglected locations that d
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ONCE A BERLINER, ALWAYS A BERLINER

Jun 282016

Berlin almost feels like it was made for BMX. It extends in a flat area around the river Spree and the one ridge in an otherwise flat terrain is about one hundred meter high artificial hill created from induced rubble. There are many city parks, which offer plenty of potential locations for riding and lots of space to relax. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city has undergone a total refurbishment, so you can really find in a lot of spots from the real thing with a touch of Eastern bloc, to the modern marble square with lots of walls..

We would like to thank TBB-BIKE for helping to put this trip together and a shout out to Sony for providing us the right technology for maximum quality of our outputs. We hope that you absorbed at least a little bit of the atmosphere and if you want to see how was our crew including Michal Šmelko, Jirka Blábol, Jason Eustathiou and Moritz Nussbaumer killing it in the streets of Berlin watch the edit NOW: https://vimeo.com/169562453

 

As a special bonus we're attaching the video from behind the scenes too, have fun!" Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/170781035

“The story of shooting the Lost In BMX series under the Berlin skies”

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