Original comment: John has been offline for some time now, in a media free black hole, and while in there, the 'nothing decade' was born. I was lucky enough to connect with him recently in Martindale for this quick video. Hope you like it! John would like to extend thanks to Martti and Master of Creativity.
SAD NEWS AGAIN IN A VERY SHORT TIME AFTER THE TRAGIC NEWS OF SEIJI SAKATA. JASON BROWN WAS A VERY CREATIVE RIDER. BEING CREATIVE MEANS BE DIFFERENT AND BEING DIFFERENT WAS NEVER EASY.
I REMEMBER A LOT OF RIDERS IN MY EARLIER YEARS SAYING ABOUT ME: HEY, HE HAS BRAKES, HE IS OLDSCHOOL. HE HAS AN OLD BIKE, HE IS OUTDATED. HE IS DOING WEIRD TRICKS, HE IS A FREAK. WELL, I SAY YES I LIKE BEING A FREAK, OLDSCHOOL AND OUTDATED. IT GIVES ME SO MUCH ROOM FOR ORIGINALITY AND CREATIVITY.
JASON BROWN WAS EXACTLY THAT RIDER, RIDING WITH BRAKES, DOING ORIGINAL TRICKS AND HAD HIS OWN STYLE. THAT'S HOW I WILL REMEMBER HIM FOREVER WATCHING HIS VIDEOS AND CHECKING HIS PHOTOS ON BMX PLUS AND RIDE MAGAZINES. THANK YOU VERY MUCH JASON FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE FOR FLATLAND, I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU...