On The Pipe 6 DVD
Years in the making, Powerband Films has gone all out for this latest release of On the Pipe 6, Pack it Up. They traveled the world in search of the best compounds, freeriding and freeriders. The result is a progressive FMX and freeride movie. “Pack it Up” to Alicante, Spain and visit Andre Villas’ training facility with the Pages brothers and Edgar Torrenteras, there we captured the most technical ramp riding session in history. “Pack it Up” to Minerve, France and witness Jeremy Rouanet’s European ultimate freeride line. “Pack it Up” in the States and travel to North Carolina where we tour the Joe Gibbs’ private MX track with Josh Grant. Watch Team USA in Denver, Colorado defend the MX Nations title against the world’s best racers. Head to the most remote freeride zones in California and Arizona with the Godfather Mike Metzger and witness an awe-inspiring display of natural terrain riding. Follow the up-and-coming freeride phenomenon Brody Wilson from California to Montana ending the journey at Wilson’s compound in Massachusetts for an intense look at the east coast riding scene. Witness the NVHC crew crush the newest tractor built freeride 6 pack line in Red Bluff, California. Get an exclusive look into the Metal Mulisha compound at Deegans house as Twitch, Potter and crew flip the biggest dirt jump in history. Hang with the Robbie Maddison at his brand new compound in Temecula, California. “Pack it Up” and travel to Picton, Australia with Maddison to his very own Red Bull X-ray event on the biggest freeride jumps seen in Australia.
Riders include: Josh Grant, Andre Villa, Charles and Thomas Pages, Edgar Torronteras, Robbie Maddison, Brian Deegan, Mike Mason, Adam Jones, Beau Bamburg, Todd Potter, Jeremy Stenberg, Taka Higashino, Brody Wilson, Mike Metzger, Paris Rosen, Jackson Strong, Robbie Adelberg, Javier Villegas, Dan Pastor, Levi Sherwood, Lance Coury and many more. Bands include: Swollen Members, Rise Against, Strung Out, The Black Pacific, Steel Panther, Accept, Death Angel, In Flames, TSOL and more.
Produced and Directed by: Jay Schweitzer and Mike McEntire.