Subrosa Gets Used To Arizona
Subrosa in Arizona
In preparation for Subrosa's first full-length video "Get Used To It," the crew flew to Arizona for a filming trip in the desert. From left to right: Boy Janseen, Miles Rogoish, Ryan Sher, Greg D'amico, Seamus McKeon, Mark Mulville and Kyle Hart.
Arizona has an abundance of ditches. This gem is one of the better that I've seen and it's out in the open in one of the nicer neighborhoods. Subrosa'a answer to Steven Hamilton, Seamus Mckeon, with a downside footplant on a driveway wall.
Another angle of the same ditch that really shows how perfect this setup is. And Kyle Hart rode it like it was a regular quarter at his local park.
Well what do you know? It's yet another ditch to ride. Most riders would kill to have at least one ditch like this to ride, but they're everywhere in Arizona. Here, Seamus wallrides to lookback over the desert sunset.
The only issue with this ditch were the oranges that had fallen off nearby trees. Here, Miles Rogoish avoids the oranges and cranks a wallride to turndown.
OG Subrosa rider Ryan Sher shows off commitment to the brand. Where's the F-town tattoo Ryan?
Subrosa team rider Mark Mulville took to his phone any chance he could get, while Seamus McKeon goes the disaffected hipster route.
Get Used To Double Takes
Looks like wardrobe mishap to me. Kyle Hart and Greg D'amico man the camera while wearing almost the same outfit. Anyone in the mood for some Doublemint gum?
Mulville was more stoked than anyone to hit some trails on this trip. It was extra windy this day, but Mark still managed to get in a few good runs. Try and figure out where he's coming from and going.
This pool was literally in the middle of the desert. But the 30-mile drive to this was well worth it, and the crew got used to it rather quick.
Mulville Tire Slide
The transition on this back wall looks better than it really is, but it was still good enough for Mulville to lay down a tire slide.
This is the first time Greg's ever ridden a real pool. Not too shabby if you ask me. "Get Used To It" should be available some time later this year.