For Anthony Perrin's interview in DIG 96, 'Youth Of Today' (AKA, The Kids Issue), we made the trip out to one of the European Union's largest cities, but for the main part, un-explored by our kind - Budapest, Hungary. Not everything on the trip to plan - inbetween apartment break-ins and injuries, we still managed to come home with some rad clips! Watch Anto take on one enormous city, some amazing lesser-ridden spots, and one hell of a barspin.
Filmed and edited by Peter Adam.
Make sure you pick up a copy of DIG 96, 'Youth Of Today' to read Anthony's thoughts on his childhood, adults and what it's like being the odd one out in his group of friends.
"It’s never hard to go away as I’m always so excited to see new places... Maybe a couple of times if i'm tired it wasnt so easy but I’m always still so happy to have the chance to travel. Sometimes I miss my friends and I wish I had more time to ride with them. Every time I see any of them it’s nice and we laugh a lot - it’s important to always make time for your friends too!
I'm only annoyed by adults who aren't open minded... like people who think that we have to do one thing for our whole life, work from the age of 18 until you die, just doing the same thing all their life and not see anything else of where they grew up and don’t respect anyone else unless they are working and buying a house. People who think they know everything and are always right… like people who say we’re stupid because we ride little bikes too… they’re probably the type of adults that annoy me the most." - Anthony Perrin