Drew Bezanson is back with another five minute belter of a video for Fox. I tagged along with a good portion of this video and it was no cake walk…we definitely broke a lot of laws riding that transition in the middle of the 405 construction zone, we flew across the country to ride one park and ended up riding another, and of course, the shit Drew gets done doesn’t just happen because we all want it to. This was a good time, but a long time in the making. Hope you enjoy. Be sure to check the article about Drew’s time in North Carolina in the current issue of the magazine and head over to the Fox site for behind the scenes photos and stuff that didn’t make the issue.
“If you’ve ever met Drew Bezanson, you know that there is a love and passion for what he does. He eats, sleeps and breathes BMX. From following him around Southern California to getting on a plane and seeing what he wanted to conquer next; North Carolina was The Next Thing. Anything less than perfectly dialed and executed isn’t acceptable, and there is a method to Drew’s seeming madness. A strive for “perfection” starts long before Drew ever steps on his bike. His motocross background has formed a lot of his approach to BMX. He follows Supercross just as closely as BMX, and the level of athleticism in moto—something often looked down upon in BMX—is what he models himself after. Training is an inaccurate word, but Drew puts forth an effort to excel in everything he does. It’s admirable. Super foods. Ice baths. It’s a level that BMX isn’t used to.”