End Search

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Southern California’s BMX community was out in force last Friday night, for the premiere of Josh Harrington’s newest BMX flick, End Search. More than three hundred people showed up to Oakley Headquarters in Foothill Ranch for the much-anticipated screening.

It was a rowdy crowd and everyone loudly approved of the new film—especially when Josh Harrington nailed the four-kink rail outside the Oakley building.

Unlike most new BMX videos, End Search isn’t stuck in one riding style—it mixes up street, park, and trails (rail king Josh Harrington filled his segment with what he does best). Each segment held its own and insane banger clips and the video was packed with timeless tricks and something for everyone. End Search rivals any BMX movie made in the past few years and it will defiantly hold its ground in the years to come.

“It blew my mind,” said Oakley Sports Marketing Manager Mark Scurto. “It was authentic, really good street riding. I was seriously amazed.”

Fuel TV was on-site filming the premiere—look for the episode to air this weekend. Guests included Morgan Wade, Luke Parslow, Steve Woodward, Dennis Enarson, Gary Young, Tony Ennis and Oakley’s Stephen Murray and his beautiful wife.

Author

Staff Writer

Date

April 24, 2008