Pro Town: Greenville (2010)

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How did a small town hidden in North Carolina become the epicenter of competitive action sports? And what happens when best friends become each others' main competition? With 34 pros and 21... See full summary »

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Mark Losey

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Mark Losey
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Credited cast:
Charles Cardello Charles Cardello ... Charles Cardello
Austin Coleman Austin Coleman ... Austin Coleman
Allan Cooke Allan Cooke ... Allan Cooke
Rob Darden Rob Darden ... Rob Darden
Jeremy Fanberg Jeremy Fanberg ... Jeremey Fanberg
Ryan Guettler Ryan Guettler ... Ryan Guettler
Josh Harrington Josh Harrington ... Josh Harrington
Mike Laird Mike Laird ... Mike Laird
Mark Losey Mark Losey ... (voice)
Colin MacKay Colin MacKay ... Colin Mackay
Craig Mast Craig Mast ... Craig Mast
Dave Mirra ... Dave Mirra
Ryan Nyquist Ryan Nyquist ... Ryan Nyquist
Josh Perry Josh Perry ... Josh Perry
Leigh Ramsdell Leigh Ramsdell ... Leigh Ramsdell
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How did a small town hidden in North Carolina become the epicenter of competitive action sports? And what happens when best friends become each others' main competition? With 34 pros and 21 Gold Medals, Greenville, North Carolina is unlike any town in any sport. The pros themselves explain how Greenville became so important, and what life is really like in Pro Town USA. Featuring elite action sports athletes including Dave Mirra, Ryan Nyquist, Ryan Guettler, Colin Mackay, Allan Cooke, Colin Winkelmann, Marcus Tooker, Austin Coleman, Josh Perry, Kelly Bolton, and many more. This 44-minute film examines what makes this incredible scene tick, with some of the best action of all time, and access that could only come from a true insider. Written by Anonymous

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Good old days
14 February 2017 | by giantsapparelSee all my reviews

As a 35+ years old rider this movie brings back the feeling that isn't easy to find as it was almost two decades ago. Even though I always ride alone and I'm not American. Never was near so much riders ,friends, parks....I always wanted this kind of years in my life. And 90's....Wish I could live it again. And not feel the falls like I feel them today. This movie gave me a good hour without worries. So much great riders here. And what Mirra does is personal style. What Nyquist does is personal. Hoffman is personal.(Hoffman is not in this movie) Watch this instead of today's you tuber kids. Stoner kids just repeating the same stuff never doing anything new,never feeling the thirst for riding,for new tricks. There's a reason why some people are remembered. They had soul. This is riding,and luck they lived in the right place at the right time.


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