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GoPro Video of Extreme Pogo Jumps, Flips, and Spills

Extreme Pogo pioneer Nick McClintock and other members of the Xpogo team attached a GoPro to their pogo sticks and proceeded to capture some truly impressive jumps, flips, and a few unfortunate spills. The video was shot with a GoPro HD HERO3 and set to the instrumental “I Go” by rapper Hannibal Leq.

Time Machine, A Remix of the 1985 Sci-Fi Comedy Film ‘Back to the Future’ by Pogo and Skye

Time Machine” is a collaborative remix by electronic music artist Christopher Nicholas Bertke (a.k.a “Pogo“) and Skye Sonomura (a.k.a. “Skye“) of the 1985 sci-fi comedy film Back to the Future.

‘Cooligans’, Crazy Tricks From the World of Extreme Pogo Sticking

Produced by XPogo, the governing body behind extreme pogo, the short film “Cooligans” highlights some of the sport’s crazier and more impressive tricks. The seven-minute film is an impressive collection of flips, grabs, grinds and more than a few falls, showcasing the heights and crashes of the young sport.

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I Want…, An Ethereal Remix of ‘Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ by Pogo

Australian remix artist Nick Bertke, also known as Pogo, has created “I Want…”, an ethereal remix made using sounds and clips from the 1971 film Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Over the years we’ve previously written about Pogo and his many excellent remixes.

Muppet Mash, A ‘Sesame Street’ Remix by Pogo

Remix artist Nick Bertke (Pogo) has remixed the sights, sounds, and music of Sesame Street in his latest video, “Muppet Mash.”

What I Likes, A ‘Mary Poppins’ Remix by Pogo

Remix artist Nick Bertke, also known as DJ Pogo, has created “What I Likes,” an airy, upbeat remix created entirely from sounds out of Disney’s Mary Poppins.

video via Pogo

Pogopalooza, An Extreme Pogo Stick Competition in New York City

Xpogo is holding Pogopalooza 10, an extreme pogo stick competition, in New York City from July 26th to July 28th. On the first day of the event, professional Xpogo athletes will be showing off their skills at landmarks throughout the city. Athletes will attempt to qualify for the Big Air, Best Trick, and High Jump finals and break Xpogo world records in Tomkins Square Park on day two, and the main competition will take place on Sunday, July 28th in Union Square. Pogo lessons will be open to the public on both Saturday and Sunday. Previously we wrote about some of Xpogo’s impressive exhibitions around the globe.

videos via Xpogo

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