15 Apr 2016
Filmed by everyone in the video / Drone footage by Rtown Studios - Marc Secrist / Edited by Matt Smith
DIG is proud to present the first section of 'Quaker State' a Pennsylvania based video series produced by Ride PA BMX, bringing together riders and crews from across the state. The Yea crew hold down introductory part honors, and kicks things off in a great way.
Look for the next section to drop next Friday!
Featuring riding from:
Mclovin, Josh Stair, Stephen Klein, Matt Smith, Marc Sechrist, Tom Gorse, Kyle Evangelista, Eeshond Kirk, Jarret Mayo, Marlboro Jerry, Dakotah Lefever, Jon Herr, Austin Cogar, Jon Schimpf, Pat Schlitzer, Ryan, Muschlitz, and JP.
Method Man - P. L. O. Style
Kollosus - Breakin Bread (phaseone remix)
Ride PA BMX's Purcey on the motivation behind producing 'Quaker State' -
"Nearly a year ago, Matt Smith, Sam Downs and myself began to discuss the potential of a video for the Ride PA BMX website as a 'push' into producing more original content.
Matt came on board as our graphic artist and Sam as our in-house video editor. Both played vital roles in the production of the video.
We setup a private Facebook group to open a line of communication between all the parties involved in the project. We also setup a One Drive account to transfer graphics, photos, footage and the finial sections of the video.
And a big Thank You to everyone involved in this project; Dustin Clewell, Chopper, Matt Smith, The Yea, Buck Milliken, Dtown Productions, Matt Loughead, Shilo Staniech, Scott Effting, 2Dodgy, Brandon Kaefer, Ride 4 Fist Bumps, Nilo Hodge, ECD, Grant Bass, Sam Downs, Mike Stahl, Rainer Etsweiler, Wilfred Alvarez, Kevin Little, Devin Feil and DIG BMX.
We hope you enjoy."
What Matt Smith had to say about working on The Yea's section in 'Quaker State' -
"Purcey asked me to do the graphics and I agreed before we even had a name for the project. I was psyched to represent Pennsylvania. We were shooting names around in the fb group chat and I threw out Quaker State and everyone seemed to dig it or not mind it. I mean, the first thing you notice when traveling here from another state is you can't buy alcohol at gas stations and other places. I thought it seemed fitting. I worked up a graphic with the motor oil in mind. Found an old school map of PA and threw it in there for good measure. The name graphics were important in giving the whole series a consistent feel.
For the yea's section, I really wanted to show Harrisburg as a the capitol it is and not just some shit-dick city no one really wants to live in. The drone shots were done by my cousin Marc Sechrist @rtownstudios. We orchestrated with the crew and mobbed downtown at the crack of dawn. Very happy with Marc's work and I don't think the video would be the same with out it."
Patenice and BMX Salvation in the Dessert
Blasting those Aussie bowls