Other videos put out by New Deal:
Useless Wooden Toys
1990, 64 minutes
Current Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Out of the ashes of the Schmitt Stix (a side company of Vision) catastrophe, rose the New Deal team and the company, named after a shop in London part owned by Steve Douglas, soon proved to be not only a new deal but the real deal as well. With Useless Wooden Toys, The ND upped the ante yet again. Street, street and some vert highlight this video with footage by current Toy Machine man Ed Templeton doing a variety of kinked rail variations, Danny Sargent with hill bombing anarchy and Justin Girard entertaining the campers at Woodward with a street course slaying. Expect to also see some ams and Neal Hendrix tearing the vert ramp with lip trick variations a-plenty.
What to Expect:
If you dig the music from Useless Wooden Toys, check out the soundtrack for it.