Friday, December 24, 2010

Christmas 2010

Hey Everybody!This time of year again.2010 is in the rear view mirror and life is good.Everyone joining their families for Christmas.The smell of grandma's food in the air and lots of love! On behalf of the team at Stayinverted we would like to wish you Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you gus in the New Year for some awesomeness! Be Safe!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Arica 2010 Video: Day 6

Dave Winchester wins Arica Challenge 2010

Australian Dave Winchester was crowned champion of the Arica Chilean Challenge 2010 on Sunday. With a sensational performance Dave beat Amaury Laverhne, capturing his first victory on IBA World Tour. With a perfect 10 and 9.75, Dave was almost unbeatable, scoring 19.75 points out of possible 20 and picking up 2000 points on IBA World Ranking in the process.

Final day conditions were perfect with 6-8 feet waves. In the last heat of ACC 2010 Dave showed all of his style & power. On his second wave, Dave did a huge aerial reverse that earned him 9.75 of the judges, leaving Amaury in combination situation. However, the best was yet to come.

"Last year I was third and I want to win here. This is my first victory on tour and this is very special. I was competing like it was a free surf. I missed the first event in Pipeline, which was also a Grand Slam, so now I'll have to run to enter in title race", said Winchester. 

In second place Amaury Lavehrne received 1720 points and still in first position on IBA World Ranking. This was Amaury´s second final in a Grand Slam event in 2010.

Now we're heading for Peru!

Looking forward to it!

Source: IBA World Tour

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Buzios Day 3

The big stories, though, for round four of the men’s pro division were Jared Houston (SAF) and 2x world champion Damian King (AUS). In heat five of round four, Jared Houston was sitting third in his heat and facing elimination. With less than a minute remaining, Jared scored a 7.25 propelling him into the lead as well as into the next round! The first major upset of the day would come two heats later, in heat seven, when Damian King was eliminated from competition by the three Brazilians in his heat.

BUZIOS ROUND 4 from Paipo Bodyboarding on Vimeo.

IBA Buzios :Source

Buzios 2010 Round 1 Video

BUZIOS ROUND 01 from Paipo Bodyboarding on Vimeo.

This is the Video of Round 1 at Buzios 2010,Enjoy!!!

Kingy wins Soldiers Beach Pro 2010

International Bodyboarding has made a massive return to Australia for the Soldiers Beach Pro Presented by Beachin-Surf. The event was the first IBA sanctioned event for nearly three years after the Human Shark Island Challenge dropped off the circuit in 2008. The final was two times World Champion Damian King from Australia (Port Macquarie) versus the up and coming South African Jared Houston. Both King and Houston have been in phenomenal form so far in 2010 with both making it through to the Pipeline Pro final in February. In Kings road to the top he knocked out the following riders, Ryan Hardy, Mark Parsons, Jorge Colomer, Joe Clarke and Michael Novy. Whilst Houston's scalps included Ben Player, Nathan Branch, Dan Worsley, Sam Bennett and Amaury Laverhne. As expected both King and Houston came out firing, both launching into waves in the opening seconds of the heat. King took the early lead with a 6.60, however Houston came back with a quick 5.17 and 6.63. The lead changed back and forth right through out the first fifteen minutes of the final, with a barrage of Air Rolls Spins and flips from both the Aussie and South African. However, Kings experience with using the priority system as conditions slowed down in the back fifteen minutes saw him eventually taking him the final, by a mere .67 points. King put together a combined wave total of 12.77 over Jared Houston's 12.10. "I am feeling really good, it wasn't the action packed final that I was hoping for but I am still stoked" said Damian. "I just had to play a smart heat to beat Jared today. Damian has just returned to competitive bodyboarding in the past twelve months after taking a well deserved break, but admits it has been a tough road back to the top. "I didn't think that I was going to win the event today, Jared has been surfing really well. "A few years ago I was just 'competitioned out', but with the help of some new and better sponsorship deals I have been able to get right back into it. "I really want to give a massive shout out to Jared, twelve months ago I hadn't heard of him and now he's coming second in world tour events". The second for Houston backs up his third place at Pipeline, putting him in a prime position to take a shot at the 2010 World Title. "I am feeling really good. I am so stoked to be in the third final this year and I hope to keep it up in the next South American leg of the tour". Said Jared "My equipment at the moment is really good so I am feeling really confident for the next part of the tour. Hopefully I can do well in Brazil, Chile and Peru". Finishing in equal third place were Amaury Laverhne of the Reunion Islands and Michael Novy of Australia. Amaury was pleased with the result as he sets up his 2010 World Title campaign. "I am actually really happy with this result, my main aim going into this competition was to make the semi finals". Said Amaury. "I was feeling really relaxed in my last heat, however I stupidly lost priority twice and Jared was surfing really well so it wasn't the time to be making mistakes". International General Manager Terry McKenna was ecstatic with the result and welcomes international bodyboarding back to Australia. "This event has been the perfect platform for the IBA to re-launch in Australia". Said McKenna "We look forward to being back in the Wyong Shire for the event next year, plus we are currently in negotiations with local governments around Australia to secure a Grand Slam event in one of Australia's many waves of consequence". The event has been made possible with thanks to the Wyong Shire Council, Beachin-Surf, Star 104.5 FM, Dunes, Chico, Rebel Sport, RAW, IBA, The Beachcomber Hotel and The Greater Toukley Vision. RESULTS QUARTER FINAL 1 Amaury Laverhne (REU) 12.70 DEFEATED Chad Jackson (AUS) 12.40 QUARTER FINAL 2 Jared Houston (SAF) 14.07 DEFEATED Sam Bennett (AUS) 13.00 QUARTER FINAL 3 Damian King (AUS) 13.10 DEFEATED Joe Clarke (AUS) 12.30 QUARTER FINAL 4 Michael Novy (AUS) 13.44 DEFEATED Jones Russell (AUS) 11.04 SEMI FINAL 1 Jared Houston (SAF) 14.80 DEFEATED Amaury Laverhne (AUS) 13.47 SEMI FINAL 2 Damian King (AUD) 12.20 DEFEATED Michael Novy (AUS) 11.70 FINAL PRO MENS Damian King (AUD) 12.77 DEFEATED Jared Houston (SAF) 12.10 REBEL SPORT PRO TOUR RESULTS PRO WOMENS 1st Place Lily Pollard 12.80, 2nd Place Nicole Fleming 9.86, 3rd Kaitlin Murphy 8.37 4th Jane Keel 7.80 PRO DK 1st Place Grant Malony 15.30, 2nd Place Gal Larar 10.50, 3rd Jon Capilli 10.50, 4th Glenn Sullivan 8.23 Source: IBA world tour

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Shane Rielly

I've had the pleasure of meeting Shane from Video Surf Guide in recent times. Shane is currently living in London with his wife Lindsay. While getting to know Shane I realized that he is a very good hearted guy and willing to help other people where ever he can. You also realize that Shane misses the ocean a lot as he comes from East London,a coastal town on the East Coast of South Africa. I then decided, why not do an interview and let the man speak for himself? Shane happily agreed to answer some of my questions below... Howzit Shane tell us where you from bro? I'm from East London. Known as 'Slummies' to some, but I think it's an awesome place. How long have you been bodyboarding? About 17 or 18 years... Tell us a bit about your missions and travels? Well, up until quite recently I hadn't traveled all that much except for a bit around SA. My girl and I are in London now and we recently did a trip to Scotland where I got some mad waves. Are you looking to travel in the near future? We're planning a pretty big trip soon before we come home to SA. If finances and visas allow we'll be hitting the USA, Oz, Indo and the Philippines. Then, if there's any cash left we'd like to do the SA coast for a while... tell us about your favourite spot in SA? My mates and I know a bunch of great spots around EL and I have a few favourites. Probably my best though, is a spot called Sarcasms that doesn't work very often, but when it does it's stupid good!! It needs pretty big swell, a specific tide and the right swell direction so it's tough to get it when it's on... and your favourite spot internationally? Probably the same spot, but I surfed some sick spots in Scotland. Tell me about your worst wipeout...Where did it happen? At this spot called Gashers. It's flippin heavy slab with a full-on dry rock ledge about 5-10 metres in front of where the lip lands so there are proper consequences if you don't make the barrel or if you get sucked over the falls. I went out one day when it was probably the best I've ever seen it and I thought I'd pick off a small one to get into the surf. It's a serious wave so you need your mind right :) Anyway, I rode the small one and when I pulled of the back the lip caught my feet and sucked me over. My feet hit the reef and the lip launched me towards the dry ledge in front. My head got slammed into a sharp section with barnacles all over. I got 4 stitches in my ear and 3 in my neck and missed the sickest waves - that's what hurt the most I think :) I also got bumped my a shark when I was 16 - that was stupid scary, but I as unscathed so it doesn't really count as I wipeout I reckon. Tell us about your website Video Surf Guide? I started the site because my girl and I were planning to travel a lot and I thought it would be a good way for guys to check out a location before they spend their hard-earned cash on a trip. We'll see how it goes... Who is your role model? who inspired you during your career as a bodyboarder? In life - Jesus is my role model. People thought He was crazy, but He stuck to His guns. He's really inspirational to me. In bodyboarding I'd say my mates have always been the guys that pushed me the most and kept me in the water. There have been some seriously good riders from EL over the years, but none of us have ever really been into contests so ou's names never really get out there. I'm not sure if anyone would have heard of a guy called Jacob Reeves, but he was around a few years back and he was mental good! I dug him a lot... It's also sick to see SA ou's like Mark McCarthy and Spex doing well! They're both such nice guys too... What gear do you ride at the moment? I'm not sponsored at all. I have a Science Customs board from Al Taylor and a Cartel board. I've used Churchill's forever because I have caveman feet that are too wide for any other fins - still have some Makapuu's. I think I might try some Stealth or Limited Edition fins out when I get to Oz though. I have an O'neill wetsuit. I use Prestik in my ears.. :D How do you see bodyboarding progressing in SA? Honestly, it's pretty dead in EL and I don't know much about the rest of SA so in my mind it's a bit gloomy. I really can't understand why the sport is so stunted though. I flippin love it! Surely heaps of other people should too? hahaha... The ou's at sixty/40 are doing such a mental good job though and that gives me a lot of hope. Factory 7 also really support the sport so I reckon they deserve support in return. The SABA guys have always worked super hard too so that's really encouraging too. I think industry plays a big part though. If ou's would support brands who seriously support the sport we would see real growth, but surf brands get all the revenue from boogers buying clothing etc so when that gets sorted we'll see real growth I reckon. Any words of wisdom for the young and aspiring bodyboarder? Just keep loving it and doing it because you love it! Bodyboarding might not be as 'cool' as surfing, but at least the sport isn't flooded with posers You got some last words? I've just got to say that my wife is just too much! I don't know many guys who's chicks would cruise around the world with them and point a video camera at them while they surf - and never complain about it. She cooks like a champ too! :) Thanks for your time bro, You are an all round top guy and I am looking forward to welcoming you and your wife to my home in Cape Town. Visit Shane Rielly: Video Surf Guide ShaneRielly. com @farsighted on Twitter

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Jared Houston signs with Turbo Bodyboards

This is well deserved sponsor for Jerry,here's what they had to say. Turbo Surf Designs is pleased to announce emerging star, Jared (Jerry) Houston has signed a long term contract to join the Turbo Global team. Jerry is 20 years of age and without a doubt one of the hottest emerging talents in the sport of bodyboarding. Jerry is a proud South African who now spends the majority of his time in Australia, refining his riding in all conditions. Jerry was one of the stand outs of the Hawaii season in 2010, capping off the season with an impressive 3rd place finish in the IBA Turbo Bodyboards Pipeline Pro.

Turbo will be providing Jerry the financial backing to follow the IBA World Tour, along with the support to participate in some exciting new concept trips in the coming months.

Jared Houston invert at pipeline ProGlenn Taylor, Head Shaper of Turbo Surf Designs, said the following in relation to Jerry joining the team: "We are stoked to have Jerry join the team, his riding ability along with his attitude both in and out of the water are impressive considering he is still only 20 years old. He has a huge future in the sport. We actually were in discussions with Jerry for the Turbo team prior to the Pipe event but he simply left us with no choice after his performance at the event. Jerry will start off riding the iconic Turbo IV board and I look forward working with him on board design over the coming years."

Jerry said the following in relation to signing with the Turbo team: "I am absolutely pumped on being a part of the Global Turbo team, I really like the image Turbo holds within bodyboarding and the boards are at the forefront of performance and durability. I am really looking forward to traveling and competing with the rest of the team in 2010, all the guys shred and I feel really privileged to be a part of Turbo's big plans for the future. I know it’s going to take a lot of work, but with the epic support I’m getting, I feel really confident that I can achieve good things this year!"

Source: Turbo Bodyboards

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Soldiers Beach Pro 2010

The 2010 Soldiers Beach Pro presented by Beachin’ Surf will be the 2nd event on the 2010 IBA World Men’s Tour and will also be dual sanctioned as an IBA Australian Rebel Sport Pro Tour 5 Star event. The International Bodyboarding Association World Bodyboarding Tour, is the worlds official tour and each year crowns the World Bodyboarding Champion. The NSW State titles will take place from Monday 12th April till Wednesday 14th April and will feature around 150 riders from Byron Bay to Eden. Then the IBA World Tour Men’s event will begin Thursday 15th April and conclude Sunday 18th April with a presentation at the Beachcomber Hotel. The Soldiers Beach Pro event is carrying 1000 ratings points and a cool USD$20,000 prize purse as well as 5 Star points on the IBAA Rebel Sport Pro Tour. Full story on the IBA website

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 Final Day Video

Here is the video of the Final Day at Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 presented by Body Glove. Visit the IBA website for the full story!

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 - Final Day

The man of the day, Amaury Lavernhe came out victorious after an epic display of bodyboarding talent.
Jared Houston piloting his way through a Pipeline bomb...
Jerry representing South Africa proudly!!
The Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 presented by Body Glove has finally been won, with Pipeline saving the best for last with the comp ending on a high! The Banzai Pipeline was going of it's nut with perfect 8 to 12 feet Pipe and light offshore winds all day.
Amaury Lavernhe from Reunion Islands had the goods in the final with an outstanding combined wave total of 17.50, with a perfect 10 for an insane barrel to backflip. He then answered with a 7.5 for another huge barrel to roll.
Final Scores:
  1. Amaury Lavernhe 17.50
  2. Diego Cabrera 14.65,
  3. Jared Houston 14.20
  4. Damian King 10.75.
"I am so stoked, I can't believe it" Said Lavernhe "I have been here for 3 weeks and I have been training for this day. "I just took this heat by heat and I didn't want to think too much about the final".
Diego Cabrera, who has come off the back of a win at the last IBA World Tour event at Confital in December has continued his stellar competitive run.
'This is my dream, I am very very happy as this is the first time that I have ever been in a pipe final and the second time in a Grand Slam final" said Cabrera.
Though Jared Houston missed out on second only by .45 points, he was thrilled with his performance in the competition after spending over 3 months on the North Shore in preparation. Originally excluded for the event due to surfing in an unsactioned bodyboarding event, Houston was the one who spearheaded the campaign to the IBA riders board to have the ban lifted at the end of 2009. "I am so stoked, this is everything that I have been working towards this year so I am so happy that it has paid off" said Houston
Terry McKenna, the IBA International General Manager, who was also one of the key drivers behind this event is thrilled with how the comp rolled out in 2010. "There was not a better way to begin the 2010 IBA World Tour season" Said Terry. "Winning this event is only second to winning the world title, I am thrilled that Amaury has won this event as he is the deserved winner".
The 2010 IBA World Tour now moved to New South Wales in Australia for the Soldier Beach Pro International from April 12 to 18.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

David Hubbard wins Pipeline Pro Dropknee 2010

David Hubbard from Hawaii won The Foam Company Drop Knee Pipeline Pro contest on Thursday at the Banzai Pipeline. Hubbard is the 3-time defending world champion and showed why he is considered to be the best Dropknee rider in the world.

"He's such a good contest rider," Feast said of Hubbard. "Maybe it's the Hawaiian genetics. He's got these waves to hone his skills on and today it was perfect." - IBA

Full story on the Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 FINAL DAY COMING SOON!!!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 - Day2

Video: Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 - Day 2

Day 2 of the Turbo Pipeline Pro presented by Body Glove served for some epic 6feet conditions. The waves did look a bit messy at times and great at others... "this means that the riders have to show there versatility to progress" said Terry McKenna the IBA General Manager who is very happy with the event so far. Apparently there is a 17 foot NW swell headed for the North Shore on Day 3. It will take another full day of surfing to conclude the event. So lets hope for some big swell and good times on Day 3.

"Hawaiian Vaj Lederman, who gained a local wild card into the event, ripped through all of his heats and was by far the stand out surfer of the day.In the round of 96 he put together a combined wave total of 16.90. This included a near perfect 10 for a huge double barrel at Backdoor" - IBA Website

Watch the event LIVE on Fluidzone

Hopefully we'll have a new Pipe Champ by the end of the day.

See you guys soon

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010 - Day 1

Turbo Bodyboards Pipe Pro day 1 from Alex Lewis on Vimeo.

Here is a video of Day 1 at the Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010.Drew Innocend was the rider of the day scoring some epic waves.Drew scored a 17.60 combined wave total in his round 3 heat. It is still early stages and a lot can happen. Will keep you posted. Check out the full story here on IBA

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Turbo Pipeline Pro 2010

It's this time of the year again when the IBA World Tour starts off with a bang in Hawaii at the Banzai Pipeline. I for one is very excited about the event and looking forward to what bodyboarding has to offer. In 2010 the IBA World Tour will hit 19 spots and 12 countries. This is amazing publicity for bodyboarding. Thanks to all the riders and sponsors that make our sport great. "Pipeline is the ultimate test of an athletes mental and physical abilities. 144 of the world’s best riders will all be vying for the top spot and success at Pipe can catapult a rider into instant global stardom" - IBA World Tour The window period for Turbo Pipeline Pro will start on 16 Feb 2010 and end on 26 Feb 2010. Check out the IBA website for the latest news and updates.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Simon Heale

When you talk to Simon you realise that he has a total love for the sport of bodyboarding and everything that comes along with it.Simon is a true embassodor of the sport and always pushes for more! Simon and a few of his mates has also introduced tow out bodyboarding to the beaches of Cape Town! a real spectacular division to bodyboarding. I dig spending time with Simon as his positive approach to almost anything really rubs of on a person.

Simon slotted....

The interview....
Hey Simon!Tell us where you from?
Hey mate, Im from Edgemead, in Cape Town..its a not-so-close-to-the-beach little suburb that i love!
How long have you been bodyboarding?
Ah gees i reckon it must be ten years this year times flown!!
Tell us a bit about your missions and travels?
Ive been super privilaged to have been able to travel all over S.A with the sickest group of friends...done pretty much all the West coast, vbarring a few gems we still have to wrangle, and done all the East coast wich is always a good trip with the boys.Ive also just recently been over to Oz with Jared Houston and Jarret "Pik" Johnson. was an amazing trip that really opened my eye to the potential we have in this country of ours, both with riders and the spots.
Are you looking to travel in the near future?
yeah man, im never one to just stay at home, i love being on the move the whole time so im looking to travel for sure, like i said, we've got a good few West coast trips in the pipeworks which hopefully will turn out good as well as im thinking of doing Indo in just gona have to see how my funds work out. Otherwise its local trips for this year, then next year a bit of overseas travel.
What is you favourite spot in South Africa dude?
I wouldnt be able to say there's only one favourite man, we have such a selection of different kinds of waves its really sick! but my top few would definitly be The Hut, Koelbay, Tombstones, Gardens, and this recently found reef yet to be named. There's heaps of amazing places but those are my recent fav's!
....and your favourite spot across the waters?
The few spots i surfed over in Oz i would have to say The Box, Shark Island and most definitly Nuggen...i wasnt privilaged enought to score reallt good black rock, but im pretty certain that that would be my favourite from what ive seen it could do, we got it in pretty horrid conditions and it was still epic fun.
Tell us about your worst wipeout...Where did it happen?
I took one minor beating at Shark Island, i though i was going to get cut up for sure, but luckily nothing happened, just a good ol spanking. I reckon definitly my heaviest beat down was at Yzers on quite a solid day. Took a good sized one, hit the botto and drew my line for one MOTHERLESS i pulled up i misjudged the pull of the wave and got sucked straight through the roof and taken to the bottom. One MEGA beat down i came up the next wave was on my head. took a quick breath again and the same thing happened. BEATEN. this happened about 3 times in a row. i had no air and was freaking out. luckily Mr leash didnt snap so i stil had my board and could get in safe.
I hear you are progressing in the tow out scene in SA,tell me about it?
Yeah, a good crew of us have been giving it a few tests here and there. gotten a couple of really fun ones but nothing of epic proportions...YET!there been a couple of really big airs, but nothing like we will be getting. the vision is big! its such a sick new aspect to bodyboarding that hasnt really been tested too much in S.A....the ou's over in OZ have been doing it for ages and trust me, they make it look heaps easier than it is. but that speed is so additctive!:)
Who is your role model? who inspired you during your career as a bodyboarder?
Internationally: Mitch Rawlins, Mr Winchester, Hardballs and a good few others..such charges with smooth smooooooth style!Locally: Jared Houston, Pik, Daniel Worsley, Rippers i have the privilage of watching and surfing with for many years.
What gear do you ride at the moment?
I get hooked up with some epic boards from Rossi..i have 2 at the moment, one is my custom shape and the other is the Mark Watts both a good testing and loving them both.I have a nonfunctional a pair of sweet Pency Limited Edition finsAnd Lokt_in hook me up with clothing and soon to be coming wetsuits!Loving it!!
How do you see bodyboarding progressing in South Africa?
Its growing. faster and faster. every second i look away and then look again, someones done something new. towouts. then riding dungeons. and surfing bigger heavier waves.Mr Cobus Bosman discoveing new reefs as often as we're taking breathes of air. better competions and better contest veunes. THE SA BODYBOARDING SCENE IS DEFINITLY ON THE UP AND UP! and with guys like Spex, Jerry, McCarthy and Wattsy all holding there own over in Hawaii and OZ they're all doing an amazing thing fin terms of getting our SA name out there.
Any words of wisdom for the young and aspiring bodyboarder?
Set goals. Focus on getting them. whether it be in contests or free surfing. Train hard to reach them because the reward when u get them is epic. then when u reach them, set more...and LOVE attaining them.
Any last words?
Of course..Andy Raath is chilling up in Jozi marinading chicken for a living. but he'l be back. watch this kid.Rufus is an aminal who desires so much to be a full blooded rangy..look at his hair when u see him, point, laugh, the high 5 him. He's Killing it of late!!he has big things planned for this year too so keep you eyes peeled.and Mr Jarret Johnson. he doesnt think. watch him. very closely. Big thanks to Rossi and Lokt_in clothing. and i cant wait for this contest year to get started. BoOm!!everyone get to every contest u can. ride. support. throw fruit. who cares, just be there!
Thanks for your time Simon.
Here are some shots of Simon doing what he loves best! Epic!!
Revo of the ramp.....
going big on the invert...Simon going into cruise control.... yew!! dk styling!... wedge..what comes next can only be imagined....

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Mass Attack

Hi, So,it's been a while since my last post,I really don't want to make any excuses for not posting but you know how it goes over the holiday season.
So my boy Simon Heale has hooked me up with some awesome pics from his travels to Oz. I will post these pics over time. Don't want to give away all the epic shots in one go.
A little more about Simon Heale you ask me?
Well Simon is a hardcore charger from the Cape Town on the West Coast of South Africa...He is an all round top man and a bodyboarder of note! Simon has had his fair share of victories on the SABA circuit and represents the Western Province Bodyboarding team. Simon has also had the opportunity to travel a lot over the years. A full interview with Simon Heale is in the works.
So enough of all the formalities, here are some mind blowing pics all shot by Simon.
Dave Winchester carving this wave to pieces.....
Michael Novy taking off...

Pierre-L0uie Costes setting the line.... Jarred Houston styling....

Makes you jealous....fat slabs!

That is it for now, keep in touch for some more epic posts.

Friday, January 15, 2010

The Lackey Project

This is The Lackey Project from Limited Edition...Insane DK action! Well done guys!This trailer is siiiick beyond words!

The Lackey Project - Teaser 1 from Limited Edition on Vimeo.