Calvin from Singapore had a guest from the Netherlands last month who brought his camera. Here is the result and also some official information about the video:
"What happens when a flatland rider stops for 8 years and focuses on his career outside of bmx? One thing's for sure, he never forgets what being a rider is all about.
Jeremy van Bedijk is a Sports Marketing professional from the Netherlands. He still has his JPS the 5th frame, with Odyssey black widow crank, Inertia fork and KGB handlebars, but it's been catching dust for some time. In his effort to promote artistic and inspiring sports among the people of the world he recently started travelling and documenting local athletes. Last january he visited Singapore, home of Ares Bikes rider Calvin Tan.
During his stay they met and together created this short documentary / video portrait of Calvin, an inspiring, talented rider who doubles as a tattoo artist.
Free up 2,5 minutes of your time, sit back, and enjoy the art of flatland bmx."