This episode of Bomb Flow TV takes you from summer into fall. Starting in the good old state of Montucky, then a short trip to Colorado during the summer months this episode shows some good summer paddling to help us all get over the cold. Then follow the crew as they spend the fall in Washington, and a short trip to the infamous Dipper Creek in BC. It may be cold, but the bomb flow crew charges anyway!!
Shot by: Fred Norquist, Evan Garcia, Todd Wells, Eric Parker, Erik Johnson, Tyler Bradt
Edited by: Fred Norquist, Evan Garcia
Shot on: Canon 7D, GoPro HD
Unknown: Ottawa paints the picture of born and bred Ottawa Valley rider Keegan Grady. His powerful voice narrates, while his enormous aerials and impressive river and creek lines remind us of the simple and pure essence of kayaking. Progression, passion, and the need to recognize and take action upon the ever-looming threats to rivers all over the planet are brought to life through the ardent soul of one of the whitewater world's great Unknowns.
Contributors: Rush Sturges, Matt Baker, River Roots, Alex Anderson, Keegan Grady, Airborn Athletics
Shot on: 7D & Go Pro
Shot on Location in: Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia
Join a international team of huckstars as they take on Veracruz State Mexico.
Thanks to Tino Specht, Jules Domine, Juan Antonio De Ugarte and Daniel Rondón for additional footage.
Be sure to check out Tino Specht's next "Unknown Episode" on Aniol Serrasolses for a next level production.
In this episode watch as team bomb flow travels around the great province of BC, Canada EH!
Starting out near Fernie BC at the Elk River, the crew travels up to Revelstoke for some big drop huckin, then back down to the Southwest of BC for the Squamish area classics, then to the classic skookumchuck narrows for some playboating. The crew had an incredible 4 weeks, and even brushed up on their hockey skills.
Shot by: Fred Norquist, Evan Garcia, Rush Sturges, Matt Baker, and Tyler Bradt
Editing by:Evan Garcia, Fred Norquist with contributions from Rush Sturges and Matt Baker.
Shot on Canon EOS 7D, Go Pro HD