OSS in Salt Lake City Never Gets Old

OSS in Salt Lake City Never Gets Old

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OSS in Salt Lake City Never Gets Old

There are tons of BMX edits that get circulated around the interwebs day in and day out. The ones that get brought back to our attention months later are the ones that focused more on quality than quantity.

From OSS on Vimeo:

The Rosewood Skatepark by Tate’s house quickly became the morning warm up spot during our SLC trip. Here’s the first ever OSS skatepark edit featuring a handicapped Alex Platt, Alex Raban, Devin Feil, Adam, Craig Passero, Tate Roskelley, Matty Long, Tanner Nelson, & Stijn Staal.

 

 

There was mention of this edit the other day in Adam 22′s BMX Union interview. After reading the interview, I rewatched this with a fresh set of eyes and his ideology behind presentation is something I find true. There are a lot of skatepark edits out there that end up in the internet graveyard, whereas others are stitched together with time and attention to detail that you still might watch today. A prime example is this bangin video of the OSS dudes getting down at some park in Salt Lake City. Quality over quantity.

 

 

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