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先日、ペルージャカップの合間に開催したSUBROSA STREET RAIL JAMの映像が完成しました。

日本でも着々と、SUBROSA STREET RAIL JAMが恒例のイベントになってきた感じがしていて嬉しく思います。

今年で10回目、そして最後となってしまうPerugia Cupにてまた開催できたこともなお、光栄です!



世界中がSwamp Festを観た後で行うRAIL JAMを退屈なものにするわけにはいかないので、今回は各種類のレールを独特な位置関係で配置したり、セッション中に移動させたり、まるでレール達が生きているかのようなJAMを意識しました。


レールをそのまま配置して上手い人だけが魅せられるJAMでは面白くないという気持ちと、SUBROSA “STREET RAIL”にリアルなストリートライダーが息を吹き込んだ作品でもあります。

このJAMはただのイベントではなく、前回も隠居JAMの撮影&編集をしてくれたPeter、JykK Japan、SUBROSA BRAND、そして参加してくれたスタッフやライダー全員との共同のアート作品みたいなものです。

SUBROSA STREET RAILのポテンシャルを感じてもらいながら、映像をお楽しみいただけたら光栄です。


The SUBROSA STREET RAIL JAM, which has become a regular event in Japan, took place during the 10th Perugia Cup – unfortunately it was the last one.

PERUGIA CUP is a BMX street and park contest that originated in 2011. It’s a festival initiated by riders for riders. The concept is “Riders from all over Japan gather to have fun riding together” and the aim is to create the best contest in Japan to determine the current best BMX riders in Japan. At the same time, we also want riders of all ages to enjoy BMX in the same place as advanced and professional riders and to see the current BMX scene in Japan. That is what the PERUGIA CUP is all about.

Here’s the Edit



Some words from Masakazu Yanaka from 150S-TOWN, Tokyo, about the ideas behind the jam:

“I didn’t want the RAIL JAM to be boring after the world had seen Swamp Fest, so I made sure that each type of rail had a unique arrangement and moved around during the session, giving the impression during the JAM that the rails were alive. I also had a personal hidden agenda to express the ever-changing street spots and environments, something that requires creativity, mental strength and can’t be conquered just with tricks. Furthermore, I think that a RAIL JAM where the rails are placed normally, and only the skilled riders can win is not interesting. I wanted to breathe life of real street sense into the SUBROSA “STREET RAIL”. This JAM is almost like an “ART” collaboration between Peter, who filmed and edited the previous INKYO JAM in Tokyo, JYKK Japan, SUBROSA BRAND and all the staff and riders who participated.
I hope you enjoy the video and feel the potential of the SUBROSA STREET RAIL.”
The overall win went to LUC FLOSSBACH from Germany, who just arrived in Tokyo a few weeks ago.
It’s a gaijin win.

See you next year at the STREET RAIL JAM.



Organiser & Words
Masakazu Yanaka / @grindshiteeee
150S-TOWN / Alive Industry / Rodi Connect / Clumsy / Yell Brand / Arktz / JYKK Japan

Filming & Editing
Peter Keller /
Menschlabor Design Studio / JYKK Japan

– Hikaru Funyu / @hikarufunyu
– Taiyo Tanida /
– Naoki Gaman / @55naoking



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