It’s a big, crazy, Unlimited World out there, and Boost Mobile takes you behind the scenes. Scroll around for a 360 view of the action and pause wherever you want to dive deeper and learn more about the people that make up the Boost family.
Producer / Performer
A BMX pioneer, TV star, radio host, musician, and frontman of “Good Guys in Black,” Rick Thorne goes 24/7, non-stop. He's also one of the friendliest riders around, and his message to us all: “STAY RAD.”
Chris Chan's trick challenges are lighting up YouTube. Best known for his 360 Dolphin Flip that he finally landed, only after being challenged by his followers, Chris is proof that you can achieve whatever you want.
The Professor makes a show out of humiliating his competition. From the And1 Mixtape Tour to his YouTube series, Spiderman Basketball, he's made a cool living playing the sport he loves, in a style all his own.
LA's Ervin “EP” Pope is likely one of those artists you've heard, but never heard of. His unique talents have led to gigs playing keys, producing, and writing with artists from Janet to Jay-Z, and now to Boost.
Dancer, actress, clothing designer - there's no end to Olivia “Chachi” Gonzales's talents. Her positive vibes and attitude are contagious. No surprise she's got over 3 million followers. And she's just getting started.
NJ native Scotty Cranmar used to pull tricks from his favorite riders and make them his own. As a pro, his style has mixed monster tricks with precise technical skills to net him 9 medals in 13 X-Games.
Marquese Scott has blended popping, animation, and street dance to create his own mind-blowing style earning him spots in music videos, TV shows, live performances, and a colossal 2 million YouTube subscribers.
Christian Bright, or BULL1TRC to his YouTube fans cuts his own way by sharing trends in street fashion, providing tips to stay on top of fresh releases, what to buy on little cash, and how to find your own thing.
Flying dirt, big air, huge tricks and a few dedicated souls who won't let a dose of near-death stop them. That's FMX. And Brody Wilson and Bryce Hudson are two of the lucky ones who get to fly high in shows worldwide.
A lowrider isn't just a car, it's a culture born in the barrios of East LA with a level of detail and craftsmanship you can't find anywhere else. Don't think of a lowrider as a car, as much as a supermodel.
Know what's cool? Roller-skating. If you're not a believer, there's a crew of skaters in LA that will turn you on to one of the most vibrant subcultures rolling through cities across the country.
If you're into drumline, check out Pulse Percussion. They're an amazingly cool group that provides the highest level of musical development opportunities to their students. You gotta love that kind of dedication.