1. "A Day in the Zoo 2012 " West Michigan Street Comp


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    Presented by Haunted Wheels Produced by Brad Osantoski Featuring Garret Mitschelen, Mikey Blair, Matt Oz, Randy Molina, Cody Boulay, Brian Bruno, Andrew Kouts, Alex Hancook, Alex Rugburn, and Birdie Videographers - Ryan Grau, Randy Molina, Brad Osantoski, Mike Donovan Dolly - Brad Osantoski Steadicam - Mike Donovan Gopro Sensei - Kevin Bomers Competition organized by Ryan Grau

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    • Bladeventure 2011 - Weekend Blading Documentary


      from Derek McClain / Added

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      April 22nd 2011, Easter weekend, I some how convinced six other Rollerbladers to follow me into the Manistee National forest determined to skate a virgin kinked rail and camp on an island for 2 nights via Five kayaks and a canoe. The canoe was our mule carrying gear, skates, plywood for the start and landing of the rail, and a cooler full of Colorado beer. The weather predictions were calling for rain, and temps as high as 50 degrees. Little did we know that it would be extremely windy, cold and the rain would turn into snow. Or did we? The first six of us set sail around 8 pm friday night, arriving at the island near dark. Three of us stayed at the island to set up camp and try to avoid the rain. The other three of us set out in the dark to paddle back up river (against current) two miles for our fashionably late last crew member. He had set sail alone in the dark and completely unfamiliar territory. While paddling thru the rain it was damn near impossible to see anything when having our lights on, except for rain and the river below us, so we did most of the trip in the dark using the horizon for direction. About 45 minutes up river we saw a light around the bend! A few hoots and hollers were exchanged and we had some how found eachother. After a short meeting on shore, we headed back toward the island battling the wind, rain and snow. Upon arriving at the island we were forced to set up the remaining tents at record speeds to avoid the horrible weather, warm up with some of the cheapest whiskey money can buy, Rumpleminze, and try to get some rest. We awoke Saturday morning with a cold cloudy day and few sprinkles. Trying to make the best of the weather we explored the island, made random paddles across the river to the outhouse, collected firewood and got a nice fire going. Tying up a rope from tree to tree near the fire to dry all of our wet gear from the night before. In the late afternoon the weather was agreeing with us and the ground was drying, including the wood stairs for the rail. After waking people up from naps and drinking a few beers, we headed across the river to the rail. We had it all to ourselves, noone was around for miles. Four cameras, three Bladers. Getting warmed up was the hardest part. This rail was high, we were not sober and it was cold as a witches tit in a brass bra. After about an hour, the three of us skating the rail, super juiced, had all landed a trick or two.. Mission accomplished! We bundled back up and paddled back to the island to drink a few more beers, cheap whiskey, Rumpleminze and just try to stay warm by the campfire without getting smoked out by it.. Sunday morning we woke up to some sunlight finally. We all packed up and left the island so quickly, thinking about hot breakfast 2 hours away from us in the nearest town of Manistee, MI. We made it back up river and to our vehicles after an hour of paddling. Packed up the boats and leadfooted to Manistee and to the House of flavors on the main drag. What many flavors they did have, it was an awesome breakfast! Only to be followed by an awesome session in the sun at the Manistee skate park, which was new to all of us. It was small, but we made the best of it and the rails near by and had a killer sesh. These are the trips you come back from, slightly changed for the better. There's a certain beauty, a pillar of strength, that comes with walking on the path from problems to happiness in spite of it. Most people never figure that out, and it might be because they did not spend enough time in nature. Thank you guys for making this trip a reality and an unforgettable past time! Live to roll. -Derek McClain Filmed and Edited by Brad Osantoski Film by Brad Bruce, Derek McClain, Andrew Kouts, & Matt Oz

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      • SNOWY DAY IN THE MITTEN Competition 2010


        from Brad Oz / Added

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        Filmed by Brad Osantoski, Alex Beaupre, Randy Molina, Brad Bruce, and Kevin Bomers. Edited and Graphics by Brad Osantoski.

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        • WEST MICHIGAN BLADE RIDE 2010 Trailer


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          224 Plays / / 3 Comments

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          • Matt Oz - Modern Montage 2009


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            Filmed by Josh Jones. Edited by Brad Osantoski.

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            • Get Infamous Apparel - Matt Oz Promo


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              Matt Oz from Grand Rapids, MI Filmed and produced by Brad Osantoski with a HV 30, Letus 35mm adapter, and Canon EF 18-55mm lens.

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              • Michigan Blade Edit #4 (Saginaw County Day Edit)


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                Featuring Alex Hancook, Ivan Dalou, Brad Osantoski, Andy Logsdon, and Nick Lovett. DETROIT WHAT!

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                • Scary Skatepark


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                  January skating at modern. Filming by Al Dolega, Brad Osantoski, Ivan Dalou, Nick Lovett, Brad Osantoski, Danny Gantchev, and myself.

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