United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.
United Still Here Premiere at The Building.

United – Still United Premiere

Southern California locals were treated to an all-inclusive day of BMX yesterday courtesy of The Building Distro, United, and Fit. The full day of BMX and fun included a parking lot sale in the morning, followed by a jam and BBQ in the afternoon. Once the sun went down the videos garnered everyone’s attention with a trailer for the new S&M video, Ethan Corriere‘s welcome to Fit pro edit, and then the finale of the evening, the USA premiere of United‘s new DVD Still United. The turnout was huge, including local pros from San Diego, the OC, and LA, the Common Crew and affiliates, Thee Block squad, LAX crew, United’s Nathan Williams, Corey Martinez, Christian Rigal, and more… We’re talking about the new United DVD here, so you know that nobody in their right mind was going to miss this video premiere. Having your debut pro edit drop right before the friggin’ United DVD is equivalent to a band who just cut their first album opening up for the Rolling Stones. Fortunately for Ethan Corriere, he’s got a style all his own and an awe-inspiring trick list to top it off. Sample a taste of the future, then get full on a main course of legends. When you have a full-length DVD with a line-up including Nathan Williams, Corey Martinez, Geoff Slattery, Christian Rigal, Alex Valentino, and Jeff Kocsis, as well as Jack Birtles, Harry Mills-Wakley, Sebastian Anton, Dan Boiski, Ian Morris, Jimmy Rushmore, Fernando Laczko, Tom Deville and Nico Terrez, you’d expect nothing short of greatness. Trust me when I say that if you could only buy one DVD the whole year, Still United should be at the top of your list. You can pick up a copy of Still United right now at unitedbikeco.com.