In case you missed the livestream of Rebel Jam finals earlier and can’t wait for the highlight videos, you can still watch the full replay. If there’s one contest that would be worth kicking back and watching in its entirety, its this one!
From the venue to the course to the line up of riders, this year’s Rebel Jam looked amazing. The finals were stacked with heavy hitters including Garrett Reynolds, Alex Kennedy, Dakota Roche, Bruno Hoffmann, Ty Morrow, Simone Barraco, Kevin Kalkoff, Ty Morrow and the pride of Blairgowrie, Scotland, Alex Donnachie. After all the hammers dropped, young Donnasqueak came away with the win. The highlight videos from this are going to be insane!
Get a look at some of Greg Illingworth’s best footage from the full-length Make It Happen video in this new remix edit. Greg pedaled his ass off in the direction of some of the craziest street spots on earth and came away with so many A+ clips, all captured masterfully by Will Evans. You can still watch the full Make It Happen video here.
Don’t let The Hennon find out you’re not following him on Instagram! But in case you’re not, check out a handful of wild insta clips of Ben riding his dope private warehouse, The Hideout.
Head over to bsdforever.com to get your first look at Mike Taylor’s updated 2015 signature WZA frame. We’re all lesser men than Jersey, so if it can stand up to his abuse, you should be just fine. Look for this frame in shops and at your favorite mailorder in the next few weeks!
After most big dirt contests the courses are plowed within days, but the jumps (and ramps!) from this year’s Texas Toast are still standing tall. Get a look at Aaron Ross, Matt Roe and a handful of homies having a session recently.
Earlier today you might’ve seen Sean Morr’s signature series complete bike, but this video shows you his personal ride (a new sample Stolen Hydra frame) and a handful of fresh riding clips.
For the past few summers, The Mongoose Jam has been one of the best weeks at Woodward for visiting pros and campers alike. Get a look at some of what was going on outside of the actual contests this year in this behind the scenes video.
After dropping another amazing video from France the other day, Brad Simms checks in from Egypt to talk travel, over-staying visas, trying to avoid being on Locked Up Abroad and how good we have it.
“For many, if not the majority of people traveling is simply a holiday, but for me it’s truly a way of life! You could almost say it’s become my destiny… America has it great! And even with all the stuff wrong in the country, we are very fortunate and privileged. But at the same time, there is vast beauty that can be seen, that money can’t buy—breathtaking landscapes that the poor and rich alike can enjoy. There are places people should go and see before they die because they are that amazing. Amazing in their simplicity, purity, variety, frugality, magnitude, and plainness … as well as in their abundance—and a lot of these places are not at all wealthy. It doesn’t matter, since the beauty of life is not about money.”
Check out the full interview here and watch the video again below:
“The Lot 8 launch box has been a staple at camp and a box where many “world’s firsts” have gone down because of the proximity to Woodward’s original foam and resi pits. Dan Foley takes us on a tour of Woodward PA’s launch box in style! Check it out.”
Check out the latest Steady Rollin video with a bunch of dudes Tioga’n around a rad little ledge plaza in Richmond.
Shadow‘s Interlock Supreme chain has been in development and testing for a couple years now, but it looks like the wait to get one of these things on your bike is almost over. The first shipment of 300 chains are going out to 22 select shops around the US and will only be sold on December 6th. If you’re looking to get one of these, hit theshadowconspiracy.com to see the list of shops and get stoked because you might be buying the last chain you ever need!
Our inbox can be so random sometimes. But every once in awhile, from the cesspool of 15yr old Croatian skatepark edits and incredulous song jacks comes a real gem. Check out Josh Navarro riding some of the tastiest spots you’ll ever see!
On Friday you could hear Knapsack playing while the dudes rode the ramp at Fun Fun Fun Fest and for a moment, it felt like a Props section playing live in front of us. For a similar experience, check out Stew Johnson’s coverage of the ramp, the music and all kinds of other weirdness at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014.
Profile‘s latest print ad features TM Matt Coplon and the 2015 Mini hubs. The new Mini hubs now come with 3/8″ cones with knurled press on washers as well as 14mm axles with knurled jam nuts to help prevent hub slippage on dropouts. These are availble now from your local shop or mail order!
For the second year in a row, Elephant Distribution brought pros from a few of their brands over to the UK for shop stops, skatepark sessions and of course, tea and biscuits. With Broc Raiford, Drew Hosselton, Rob Wise, Kris Fox, Michael Jordan, Jordan Aleppo, Vince Mayne and Steve Bancroft along on this one, ramps, parks and plazas were getting shut down left and right!
Odyssey had Sean Sexton, Mike Taylor, Broc Raiford, Matt Nordstrom and Lloyd Wright repping on Ride To Glory this year. And with that squad some good shit was bound to go down. Awesome to see Mike Taylor still showing man-sized rail setups who’s boss!
On his last trip riding for Premium, Connor Lodes headed over the pond to help Premium defend their Ride To Glory title from 2013. Helping in the effort were Luke Fairey, Brad McNichol, Sven Hackett and a guy named Mole.
Buying the Chocolate Truck video was the best $8 I spent in 2013. In an age of watching BMX in doses of fifteen second insta clips and three minute web edits, it’d been awhile since an actual DVD was getting regular play in our house. From the music to that tight knit homie vibe, I loved everything about this video. Every part left me wondering, “Who the fuck are these dudes?!”. The most of which was Nick Barrett. This is the street section every dude with an X or two in their shirt size wishes they could film. Still psyched on this section as much as the first time I watched it. How bizarre.