John Manaras is a G. I hung out with him for a few days in Greece and we both come from the same era of hardcore early 2000s inspired street riding but he’s also a guy who really cares about keeping the Athens locals on bikes. His new web video for Animal is fire, get into it.
We dropped Clay Johnson’s Forever Rolling section the other day. Hopefully you enjoyed it, here’s an interview I did with him the other day while he was in town. Clay has been in the game for a long ass time and hit us with some great stories. Enjoy!
Here’s Chad Johnston’s latest flatland video featuring a ton of new combos performed with no pegs. Amazing stuff. TCU interview coming as soon as Catfish gets back to LA.
We just interviewed Clay Johnson for the TCU TV podcast but we decided to drop Clay’s amazing section from Blunted Athletic’s Forever Rolling today to get y’all ready. Sit back and enjoy some classic street riding and pick up a copy yourself here.
Last week I got The Common Crew in the studio for an interview in which we focused on Ethan Corriere and Denim Cox, two of the crew’s most talented ambassadors, both of whom have killer sections in the long awaited Common Crew DVD, Monster Mash which is available now here. Enjoy!
Billy Perry has been gaining subscribers quickly on his Youtube channel but it looks like he’s going to have an uphill battle making content for the next few months since he brutally broke his ankle in Spain while doing a flat ledge line. Ouch. Best wishes to Billy on the recovery.
I interviewed Denim Cox for the podcast the other day (along with Ethan Corriere and Sauce) and amongst many other topics covered he hooked me up with this dope book he has been working on with Chris Eiland featuring a ton of amazing photography and a cover that doubles as a rolling tray, whatever that is. Pick the book up here and grab a copy of the Monster Mash DVD here.
(Note: I’ve got a couple of TCU interviews going down next week as well as a Brandon Begin No Jumper episode)
D Blocks or as he is better known on Instagram, @rrdblocks is a legend in the world of big bikes and the undisputed wheelie king. He was in town along with the big man at SE Bikes, Todd Lyons so I got them in the studio to learn about the weird world that D Blocks inhabits as a New York City icon. Enjoy!
While I was out in Greece we had an amazing skatepark session featuring Dillon Lloyd, Mo Nussbaumer, Panos Manaras, John Manaras, Jason Eustathiou and many more. Great times were had, thanks so much to the guys for taking good care of us.
I’m out here in Athens and the other day the Street Series #BMXDAY jam went down and it was a blast. I’ve been hanging out with Dillon Lloyd, Jason Eustathiou and Mo Nussbaumer out here and we cruised over to the jam together and met up with John and Panos Manaras, Filip Kosmidis (who won), George Kalomenidis (who got the banger doing a trick I still can’t believe) and many more. Overall it was a great time, thanks a ton to Monster for getting me out here, all the kids who showed love, the cops for being unexpectedly chill and all the shredders who put in work.
Who is Josh Irvine exactly? The world may never truly know but in today’s video we take a closer look at the man, the myth, the legend, Josh Irvine.
Colt Fake is a Florida legend and although you might have previously assumed that his Banned 3 and 4 sections from a few years back were bound to be the high point in his BMX career, he’s been killing it this year in a big way in the form of his split section with Trey Jones and his new X Games real street video part which we haven’t seen yet but is supposed to be amazing. I got Colt in the studio right before he flew home to Florida and we had a great chat about where he’s been and where he’s going. Enjoy!
Side note; I did this interview on 3 hours sleep so if I seem a little wonky there’s a reason.
Dorian Giordano is 13 now but he filmed this whole edit while he was 12 and totally killed it despite having his bike stolen part way through. Filmed and edited by Tyler Rizzi
The legend Todd Lyons hit me up letting me know that he was going to get RRDBlocks on the podcast this weekend and also sent through this awesome video of a huge jam in Philly. Not technically BMX but it’s rad either way. Shout out to those cops for being so cool about the whole thing.
It seems every day somebody new in BMX joins the webisode/vlog game and Chad Kerley is the latest to hop onboard. In his first video on his new channel Chad gets a little bit of riding in but mostly parties and hangs out in Lake Havasu with his crew.Read post →
Boyd Hilder and Alex Hiam put on a big skatepark jam in Brisbane while Ben Norris was in town and a ton of people came out and had a good time, enjoy.
Alfreod has been doing daily vlogs on his own YouTube channel (SUBSCRIBE HOE) but today he made this video of Stevie Churchill building up a new bike at the TIP warehouse (home of Stevie’s sponsors Federal, Primo and Lotek) for the TCU channel
Don’t forget to watch the continuation video on Alf’s channel as well!
Andrew White has been killing the streets of New Jersey for years now, here’s his latest video showing some of the awesome clips he’s managed to get lately.
Follow him on the Gram @andrewwhite856
Today we’re happy to share with you this awesome street mixtape that Rayden Wickop put together with the BMX scene out on Vancouver Island. They’ve got an insane scene with a ton of amazing spots, check it out and make sure you stick around til the end for one gigantic 180 double barspin.
Riders; Garrett Bell (16 fucking years old) , Trent Krog (15 years old) , Griffen Jepson (15 years old), then, Tyler Mckinstry, Jesse Hetherington, Regan Miller, Austin Baillie, Rayden Wickop, Tristan Sweet, Nathan Hines, Adam Piatek. Filmed on Vancouver Island.