Ginog Media has recently dropped the ISA – Barcelona Extreme 2016 Highlights reel and it was definitely worth the wait.
The 2016 Pro Scooter Series truly delivered on every level, it featured some of the best riding we have ever seen and we set new records for attendance and live stream views.
Head Event Coordinator – Jamie, sits down at Scooter Hut Melbourne to answer a bunch of questions in relation to the Pro Scooter Series and what makes it unique and lets you know a little bit about himself and how he got to being involved with scooters!
Wow just WOW! Just when we thought Stop 1 at Escondido was massive, the riders decided to take it to the next level at Stop 2. The riders flowed Ronka as if it was their local and put on an absolute killer show for those there in person and watching at home.
So it’s safe to say that Stop 1 at Escondido Sports Centre was a heap of fun! The level of craziness was something never seen before at a freestyle scooter event. We’ve done our best to squeeze a few juicy bits into one quick minute.
Raymond Warner is lapping up being a part of this years Pro Scooter Series making sure he is at as many instore signings, and rider events as possible and taking all his fans along for the ride.
Owen Carter & Nick Hodgskin collaborated on this insane video showcasing Owen’s training for both the 2016 World Championships and the 2016 Pro Scooter Series. We could not be more hyped to see what this guys throws down at this years event!
This years Pro Scooter Series competitor Clayton Lindley spent the last 10 weeks performing 150 shows with his good friend Derek Seay in Kansas City.
Whenever they could find the time they spent it putting in blood, sweat and tears towards this video. They managed to stack up a heap of solid footage and have walked away with a heap of stories to go along with it all!
Lucky Scooters – JonMarco Gaydos’ Road To Worlds edit just shows how far this young competitor has come in the last couple years. He is one of the youngest people in the field this year but definitely should not be taken lightly by the rest of the field.