Meet the owner of WeldTec Designs and learn more about how this #Chevrolet Express 3500 #Quigley 4x4 van escalated into a full blown #SEMA build. Behind the scenes design and building from concept to completion in this “Road to SEMA” #WeldTecDesigns #SEMA2016
The VZ Freehweelers MX club is an outlaw dirt riding outfit where membership has to be earned before you can run the colors. These demons of dirt ain’t no weekend warriors. They’re nomads leaving roost and a mark wherever they go…
Directed and Produced by Aran Eversman, with footage courtesy Mike LeGrand / The Viewing
When sprinter van fabricators at Pacific Coast Customs setup shop in the heart of the motocross world, Murrieta, California, great things were bound to happen. Shortly after opening their doors, owner Brandon Beabout and Darryn Durham of The Viewing pulled together a hero status Supercross tour dubbed The East Coast is Toast featuring Durham and Tyler Bereman as they attack East Coast lights. Check out what went down behind the scenes while the crew worked double time to get the show on the road in time for Atlanta SX.
On the cusp of his professional career, Rookie White doubles down with his trainer Shaun Miller in this no-holds-barred Arenacross prep edit from Milestone MX in Corona, California.
Soundtrack featuring Jazz Cartier: “Dead or Alive”
It was the opening night of the infield rager when I realized it: I was surrounded, that much was for sure, by spinning lights, cackling monsters and people gliding past in a sea of lights and sounds that could make Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas seem like a standard issue trip. Belly up to the spray painted bar called FONTUCKY with a blazing round of fireball in my throat, I realized that his weird, hammered twisted family is what people know as NASCAR. The 4 day roadshow where anything goes and entrepreneurial spirit thrives to offset the liquor tab and embrace the major corporations of America as they lap the course at 184.
I came under the invitation of Vonzipper, to document the misbehavior going down on the inside of Turn 3. “Shoot a few pics of the VZ Luau, sounds easy enough”, I thought to myself, but I then I couldn’t stop. There was action all around me, the drinks kept flowing and new smiling, stammering faces were replaced by the ones I was just talking to. Late into the night I continued to snap away, for I was in the zone…totally out of my element and loving every minute of it. Enjoy the first ever VZ Luau and if you’re in one of the, shots, do us a solid and hashtag #vzluau #vonzipper so we can find you and deliver the proper stoke!