17.) MOTOWN- The Xcorps talent team rolls into action again in this episode with Jason in Detroit jamming a local club with his band,
Roslyn on the beach in California covering a skim board event, Bob test riding the revolutionary Jet Board and Eric putting on a huge extreme sports XPO in San Diego. The show opens with Jason in metro Motown talking about his band the Don Juan Invitation and the local music scene. Great original tunes here along with a special Xcorps tribute song.
After that the camera shifts to host Bob Woodard at the XC test site at Irvine Lake California where Bob takes a look at a new way to ride the waves-on a Powerski! See how he does on his first ride on the board all pushed hard with a song and video from the Maverick Records band The Deftones.
After break its over to Laguna Beach Ca where we find host Roslyn Bradle covering the niche fun beach sport of skim boarding or riding the waves that break on the beach.
Laguna is all about the beach break and XC cams get lots of sweet skim moves by some of the best skim boarders out there all mixed up with music and shots from So. Cal based band LiT rolling their song. Roz talks with skim master and Common Sense band
member Nick Hernandez about the history of the sport. The next segment rolls south to San Diego where host Eric Ducharme shows his skills at producing action sports events-this one called the Action Sports and Fitness Show held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Non stop big hucks here featuring huge air by skaters, mountain boarders and BMX freestylers pushing it to the beat from the chick Maverick band LilliX doing the old Romantics tune What I like About You. Perfect.
See what Eric Big Air Ducharme has to say about the event. Right on X Guru! The show wraps back in Detroit with Jasons band doing another original tune from the stage at club Rumors and a look at some pro sky surfing from the next episode of Xcorps.
Additional music by the Nordic band Millencolin. Just another Xcorps day. Stay tuned. See the Action-Hear the Music-Join the Xcorps. TRT-29:30 J.S.Edmondson 8/04