Sector 9 and The RAD Crew toured Europe this summer and hit all the contests, slept in fields, drank wine because it was cheaper, and had one hell of a good time. Here’s a little glimpse into life on the road with the teams.
Posts Tagged ‘Erik Lundberg’
Yes your eyes will drop when you see this amazing new piece of American craftsmanship. We give you the breakdown on all those nerdy specs you love and then the team takes it to the hills to show you how its ridden. This is a great freeriding board, and ya know what?… We had a blast making it for you! Now get out there and skate!
And the S9 Downhill Divison are a bunch of pirates! With that said, the crew rolled deep into Avalon and attacked the hills… and the bars. Catalina Classic is back!
Louis Pilloni, James Kelly, and director Marc McCrudden attended the X-Dance Film Festival last week in Salt Lake City, UT for the showing of ‘DROP’. The film was accepted into the festival and later nominated for “Best Cinematography”.
Louis and James trying to look like they have done this before… Congrats Boys!
Danger Bay X is just around the corner. Here is the action from Danger Bay 9 with the crew. Take a ride as they skate in the Canadian rain.
The idea behind this shortflick was to give the viewer some surreal insight into the mind of professional downhill sk8ter Erik Lundberg. He starts his day by waking up in Encinitas California. After a nutritious breakfast he begins a journey on his bike in search of a sick hill where he can be free and lose himself by sk8ting it before the sun sets. While biking to this hill he daydreams about the time he lost his balance at 70mph from a crack in the road in Brazil, along with losing the final race to Mischo Erban in the US Nationals.
Shot in monochrome and with appearances by Jeff Budro, Evren Ozan, Mischo Erban & various IGSA riders, “Lundberg Loses It” is a story about a skater with a goal. His goal is to utilize the multiple ways he’s lost it and apply those lessons to skating this hill the best that he can. But can he lose himself before the sun sets?
This shortflick is dedicated to all shredders of past, present, and future. Enjoy the show. – Kenny Luby