Sunday, 16 January 2011

Old school sundays

Yet more from AFA contest in Columbus, Ohio 1988, this week we feature Woody Itson, infamous as Trevor Meyer's manager during Trevor's contest domination era, but Woody could ride too, check it out!

8 comments:

Howard said...

Still rides to this day at 47 ,great run from one of the early pioneers of BMX freestyle.

Christopher said...

2-piece bars and 2-foot seat post, I guess he was ahead of his time. Do I hear Paula Abdul in the background? Haha. OG.

flatmatters said...

I think is it is Paula Abdul haha

Howard said...

One thing i do know E that it sure aint Bros haha

flatmatters said...

I know of one rider who rode to bros! haha, can you guess who?

Voodstoc said...

I want to point out that Woody was an old school pro even at that point. He was one of the few guys who took to rolling and scuffing combos and could still be competitive. He was a big inspiration to me and his DB frame was almost perfect (though weak).
~J

Howard said...

Not you was it E haha ?

Howard said...

Yeah Woody was 25ish then ,remember this was a time when tricks were progressing call it " the changing of the guard " times were changing when most of the expert class were better than most of the pro's and in reality most of those pro's couldn't keep up with Jones,Meng,Smith,Neuman,pelio,etc ,great to know that Woody still rides thats passion right there,good on him.