When it comes to death, nothing is easy—nor should it be—hearing about it, processing it, and knowing what to say. We just got the terrible news that Midwest shredder Tony Mortenson passed away two days ago from an apparent drug overdose. Personally, I can’t say I knew Tony well, we met in 2003 on a BACO trip to Florida, and I just remember him being super friendly and fearless on a BMX bike—and that’s how I will always remember him and hopefully everyone reading this will as well. Props uploaded Tony’s section from BACO 10 and I’m sure this is how Tony would want to be remembered. Condolences to all of Tony’s friends and family and may he rest in peace.
You don’t need my words to encourage you to hit that play button… 13 minutes of ughghghghaoishaahnananaaaaahahaa.
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Young Alan Mietkiewicz struts his stuff around Poland in what’s probably his first real video part. Lots of potential here, he’s very well rounded street rider. Check it out!
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While they may not be technically in the woods, Keith Hartwell’s jumps can hold their own again any set of trails. Heelclickers, decades…all the good stuff, hit play! S&M