Here’s your new wallpaper featuring Hoang Tran partying in the deep end. Also, in case you can’t already tell by the photo, this pool is badass.
When Adam Banton went to visit his old teammate, Brian “Wiz” Wizmerski, in Wiz’s hometown of Philly, he expected the sessions, spots, and bars. But he wasn’t quite prepared for what else he did. Hear the story from Banton himself, while he throws down some original crank-arm moves to keep things interesting.
Canon 1Ds Mk2, Iso 125, f/8, 1/250th, Canon 15mm fisheye lens, Pocket Wizard Plus remotes, two Einstein flashes with medium reflectors in front and behind adam, at 1/4 power action mode and one Quantum T2 flash at 1/8 power directly over the photographer to fill in the shadows from the Einsteins.This photograph appeared in Ride Magazine in December 2011.
Photo by Justin Kosman
This photo of Adam just came through our e-mail. After hanging with us in Palm Springs, Adam dipped down to sunny San Diego for the rest of the week to get even more riding done. He clocked in some footage and photos with the Kosman, so keep your eyes peeled for that. In the mean time, hit him up on twitter and keep him company on his drive home to Arizona!
Photo by Justin Kosman.
The San Diego crew, including Gary Young, Hoang Tran, Kyle Hart and the artist formerly known as “Dirt Ron,” drove out to Slab City to catch a sunrise session before the weirdos woke up. Come to find out, we were the fist-bumping weirdos.
– Justin Kosman
Kosman came by to drop off this sweet wooden plaque as a thank you for supporting his Hunt project.