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Make it Happen BMX book: Tammy

Make it Happen BMX book is such a cool project. Put together by one of the photographers we admire at Headset Press, George Marshall who focuses on BMX riding, and the culture surrounding it. He is probably best known for Albion BMX magazine. On this global BMX project he worked with rider Greg Illingworth, filmer Will Evans all in equal parts of the project.

Make it Happen BMX book: Argentina

The Make It Happen BMX book is a one off high quality publication that documents the entire project and features in depth biographic interviews with Brian Kachinsky, Greg Illingworth and Tammy Mccarley.

It’s now available to view for free online.

Over 14 months Greg travelled to South Africa, China and Argentina with some of the world’s best riders: Gary Young, Tammy Mccarley, Brian Kachinsky, Ed Zunda, Josh Harrington, Kevin Kalkoff, Paul Ryan, Ben Hennon, Matt Priest, Matthias Dandois and Maxime Charveron. They all shared one simple idea – explore, ride, document.

Make it Happen BMX book: China
Make it Happen BMX book: Mom
Make it Happen BMX book: Greg Illingworth

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