Cam Zink’s 2nd place run from Chatel.
Fabien Barel presents - At home and on dirt with Cam Zink
I thought this was kind of weird having Fabien be apart of this, but it was very enjoyable. I look forward to the next one.
Cam Zink Signs with Hyper Bicycles
Pinkbike.com: “Hyper Bicycles is proud to announce the addition of Cam Zink and Pablo Tafoya to the Hyper Bicycles Family! Hyper has officially licensed Tafoya’s designs that were previously manufactured under the Corsair moniker, the same bikes that Zink had his 2010 dream season on, winning both the Red Bull Rampage and Kokanee Crankworx to clinch the overall FMB World Championship.”
Lots of crazy switches happening with sponsors right now. First we have Polygon and now Hyper? Wonder what this means for Evil. Find out over the next year I guess.
JRA: Jake Kinney Shredding Wood Ward West while talking. Guest clips from Geoff Gulevich, Cam Zink, Mike Montgomery and Darren Berrecloth. Looks real fun, damn, Kinney’s got so much pop.
These Shreddy Awards that VitalMTB has been putting together are pretty sweet. This one is way gnarly too, the ‘Why in the world would you do that?’ award. Nutty.
The Descent Part II - Director’s Cut
More footage of Zink’s mental backflip.
“In “The Descent Part II — Director’s Cut,” G-Shock and free-ride mountain bikers, Cameron Zink and Kyle Strait, traveled to Virgin, Utah to test the G9300 MUDMAN Compass’ Twin Sensor technology, mud resistance and tough solar power while racing down the dusty slopes. The Twin Sensor allows the wearer to simultaneously check the compass and thermometer.
The Director’s Cut presents an extended version of the launch video previously released on this channel. The longer cut provides a deeper look into the character of the riding and their thoughts on the sport while honing in on what may be considered the most valuable part of action sports, fun.”
G-Shock: Worlds Biggest Backflip Drop - Cam Zink & Kyle Strait
Gnarly. edit: blows what looks like, both pedals. either way.. Cam you’re a boss.
FMB World Tour Final Episode: District Ride
Rad interview with Sam Pilgrim, Cam Zink, and Brandon Semenuk about being on the podium of this years FMB World Tour. Very good listen. Anthony Messere’s name gets dropped and Pilgrim and Zink have some choice words for his growing success. On a side note, i’m into Pilgrim’s slang, well sick. Bunch of highlights at the end as well.