The history of Rocky Mountain Construction is one that many coaster enthuasists think that they know. But do you know the whole story? We’re joined on the podcast this week by Taylor and Sarah from Coaster Studios and Scott from Upstop Media, to learn more about their new documentary project: This is How We Roll.
Ahead of the big Texas premiere at the end of the week, Taylor, Sarah and Scott talk about the origins of the documentary, the history of RMC from Fred Grubb’s garage to Stunt Pilot at Silverwood, and oddly enough, riding dirtbikes with Alan Schilke.
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Watch the trailer for This Is How We Roll below:
Preorder the Documentary here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thisishowwerollmovie
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Thanks to JM Music Design for providing our theme song. For more on them, check out jmmusicdesign.com.