Brandon Begin blew a lot of minds with his first OSS video a few months ago. While he was filming that video with John Hicks we were also going out and filming with our camera whenever John wasn’t around. This is the video featuring all that footage plus some other stuff we got done soon after his OSS video came out. Shout out to Merritt for making this happen, follow @merrittbmx and @brandonbegin on Instagram.
Travis is one of the newest members of the Kink squad and he just went on his very first trip with the crew. If I’m not mistaken he’s the youngest dude involved with Kink and to be completely honest.. probably one of the best. Hear what teammates Sean Sexton, Darryl Tocco and Matt Miller had to say about the kid in this new video courtesy of Zach Krejams.Read post →
Here’s the highlight video from the very first Ride On/RampFest Open that went down a few weeks ago in Melbourne, Australia. Some crazy riding in this from Chris Nicol, Boyd Hilder, Jason Watts, Andrew Ahumada, David Pinelli, Dean Anderson and many more.Read post →
Damian Racut put together this rad little video with a bunch he captured with his iPhone during his recent travels. Featuring our very own Scott Marceau and Adam22 but also David Grant, Kriss Kyle and more.
The line up for the 2014 US Open is insane and this year’s edition is going to be wild! Check out the first practice session video featuring Larry Edgar, Corey Bohan, Ryan Guettler, Tyler Fernegel, Mike Varga, Kevin Peraza, Chase Hawk, Dakota Roche, Pat Casey, Dan Foley, Tom Dugan, Kevin Kalkoff, Gary Young, Kris Fox, Dennis Enarson and many more.Read post →
Antoine Sabourin and Luc Legrand ventured out in the woods to ride some sick looking DIY spots. They came back with a bunch of rad footage from it and even go some guest clips from the French legend Jerome Gauthier.
Aaron Ross and Chris Childs captain teams of Woodward campers for a not-so-average game of bike. Everyone kept it fun and loose, but that didn’t keep some wild stuff from going down!
I knew this girl in high school named Caitlin Hickey. She used to get prank calls all the time from comedic geniuses wielding ingenious one liners such as “do you have a hickey?” and “can I give you a hickey”. As I watched this video, I wondered to myself… has Jordan ever received similar prank calls? Maybe that’s why he’s so good at feebling rails. He just sits at home answering dozens of prank calls a day and just bottles up all that rage and takes it out on handrails. That’s my theory anyway.
Paul Pike filmed this out in Newfoundland. They were planning on making a full Summer edit but he sprained his ankle on the last clip so they decided to put these clips out and start fresh for the fall when he healed up. Shout out to Charlie Crumlish for helping hook this premiere up too.
Check out Nick Bullen, Cory Wiergowski and friends riding a dope little plaza park in glorious High Jeffinition. Both Nick and Cory come through with some heat in this and make it look leisurely.Read post →
Here’s the official highlight video from the Munich Mash Street Contest that went down a couple of weekends ago. There’s some insane riding from some of the best street riders in the world like Ed Zunda, Ty Morrow, Anthony Perrin, Daniel Tunte, Dakota Roche, Ben Lewis, Broc Raiford, Dennis Enarson, Dan Lacey, Bruno Hoffmann, Garrett Reynolds, Simone Barraco, Chad Kerley and Alex Kennedy all killing a course designed by Brian Kachinsky and Jeff K.
Here it is! Check out the winner entry of the 2014 Sosh Urban Motion video contest, filmed and edited by Alex Valentino, and featuring Anthony Perrin destroying Paris with his signature tech style! Alex killed it behind the lens and even got a special soundtrack made for the editing by Dabla & Samx!
Mikael Savolainen killed a bunch of really dope looking spot during a recent trip to Copenhagen. Lots of smooth and dialed clips in this. Doing it for Verde.
Who says you can’t get hurt on flat ground? Reese Mistretta is super good but unfortunately this 540 off a curb didn’t quite work out for him. Gross. Follow Reese and the filmer on IG: @reese_mistretta @kevin_molloyRead post →
For years, even after hanging out with him dozens of times and going on roadtrips with him, I couldn’t really tell where Big Daddy began and Pat Laughlin ended. It seems like he’s really got his shit together over the past year or two though and is now becoming a dentist. Would you let this guy near your teeth?Read post →
Argentina has a very strong scene and produces an insane amount of talent constantly, from younger cats like Mono and Pablo Gallardo to legendary KHE riders like our very own Alfredo Mancuso. This Argentinian mixtape is unreal and shot very well. Their whole crew stays killing it and I’m sure we can expect more soon.
Mikey Tyra and Mike Curley came out and stayed with us in LA for a few weeks and filmed with John Hicks. Their names might not be on your radar yet but trust me, these two hold it down. . Shout out to We The People for getting them out to LA and John Hicks for doing the filming.
Get a look at the bike Joris Coulomb is riding on Shadow’s KIL France tour this week. From Trey Jones’ upcoming Killer cranks to the new Shadow freecoaster, Joris’ bike is fresh as can be. His signature trans purple Subrosa Noster is looking super clean as well and should be available worldwide soon. Hit theshadowconspiracy.com to get the full rundown and more photos.
The Division Project is a full length DVD Division Brand has been filming on the low for the past year and will be premiering later next month (August 30th) at The Grand Central Hotel in Brisbane. If you’re in the area be there for a good time and pick up a free tangible copy of the production as well as a limited edition zine.
Some of Louisiana‘s finest have been working on a new mixtape which by the looks of this is coming along well. Cant wait to see what my boy Ridge has in store for this one, kid kills it for 14. Full mixtape is expected to hit the web some time this fall but for now enjoy this quick trailer. Side note : I really want to see the rest of the clip @ 1:40.
BMX riding is a lot like music. There’s the mainstream, poppy kinda stuff that the consumer soaks up. They make millions and get energy drink and shoe endorsement deals. I want to be clear here, I’m not hating. Make that money. I’m saying though, if you look past the big guys, there’s a ton of underground artists who usually exhibits a lot more creative freedom in their work. The Sez is a lot like a Youtube rapper with a big following. He used to wear a mask all the time when he rode. He uses his brakes on rail rides. The dude rides like no one else out there. One of my favorite riders putting shit out right now because there’s always one clip in his joints that is completely above and beyond what everyone else is doing on a bike. Take my word for it, you are going to want to see the feat of strength at 1:13. Keep killin’ em Sez.