Everything about this is awesome.
Jason Enns is a true legend of BMX – hailing from Vancouver, well known for numerous (and humorous) Road Fools appearances, riding for Volume for as long as anyone can remember, this edit means a lot. It promotes the latest colourway of his signature ‘Cerberus‘ frame, which looks a treat.
As we’ve come to expect from Enns recently, this video is almost exclusively pool footage – and it’s all insane. Enns is a true pool master and you know that a lot of these clips won’t have come easy. From the hours of clearing the bottoms of the pools to figuring out the transitions, calling something out to actually nailing each clip on this terrain, it’s very impressive. Also, bear in mind in that last clip he’s grinding opposite…
This edit features special guest Brian Terada (yeah!) and it’s masterfully filmed and edited by Mike Mastroni… What’s not to like?
Volume legend Jason Enns is one of the most dedicated professional BMX riders to ever exist. From his decades of crazy street video parts to his to his current pool rampage, no matter what he puts out it’s always a treat. This new pool/ ditch footage for his new Cerberus colorway is proof that he still goes hard wherever he rides.
Special guest rider: Brian Terada!
Jason Enns’ Limited Edition Pool Shark Cerberus Frame: Top Tube: 20.8″ & 21″/ Chainstay: 13.5″-14″ (13.75″ center to center)/ BB height: 11.7″/ Seat Tube height: 8.75″/ Head Tube Angle: 75.25°
Filmed & Edited by Mike Mastroni
Music: Cole Rau – “Tension”
Follow Jason: http://instagram.com/jasonenns