Another awesome section from the Vinyl LP video is now online. This time it’s Tom Arkus’s part to be uploaded for your viewing pleasure. Lot of great steezy trail and park riding in this! Enjoy!Read post →
Everybody’s favorite Newf, Phil Bartlett, is back with a new Antlife edit featuring street riding all over the island with guest clips from a bunch of his buddies. It’s always great seeing footage from Phil and the Antlife gang on the island.
A few days ago we posted another video from the Woodward Copper remix session, however I felt this was worth watching too because it featured a few notable clips the other left out. You definitely don’t want to miss some classic Morgan Wade craziness starting at :45.Read post →
If you only caught part one of FBM’s Bustin Loose summer tour, all four sections have made their way over to YouTube. The Fat Bald Men dealt out high fives and hand claps from the 5050 Skatepark in New York down to the Garden in Pittsfield, Massachusetts and kept the shred level on high for the whole trip. Catch part two above and the others after the jump. Continue reading
Don’t let the last name fool you, this isn’t some random Polish kid riding spots you’ll never see in your lifetime, this is a dude from Texas living it up and getting it in at the park, in the streets and at the trails. Check out a bunch of his footage from 2013.Read post →
Broc Raiford, Brock Olive, Dillon Lloyd, Dylan Stark, Liam Zingbergs, and Stevie Churchill destroyed Phoenix and Malouf captured all of it in amazing fashion. Watching this much crazy riding go down in a week was really something!
Let us take a moment to pay our respects to the illest spine trick in BMX history. Brian Vowell was at the forefront of the early-2000′s Midwest front brake renaissance, and I’m pretty sure he invented the barspin to hang 5, but his magnum opus was the move at 1:30. Brian was quoted in an old interview as having tried the trick over 500 times and only landing a handful. This is one of two clips that exist of him pulling it clean to 180. If you could put emojis into Wordpress I’d throw in those praying hands right here ___.Read post →
BK has been doing it since I was learning how to feeble grind flat ledges and is still pushing himself to progress with each new video project. This one has so many insane clips I forgot about. I love that double peg to gap out and nosebonk the wall at 2:26, even though it’s not one of the deadliest clips it always stood out as a pretty cool use of the spot to me. Gigantic nollie to p’s on both sides of the bike is fucked up too.
Get a look at what went down when the LAX boys stopped by to session the Full Factory ramps. Stoked on a handful of dope clips from Tom Villareal, Chris Bracamonte and the rest of the crew.
Check out FreedomBMX’s video from the 14th annual Adventsjam at the Playground skatepark. Catch clips from some of your favorite German riders like Bruno and Carlo Hoffmnan, Daniel Tünte, Felix Prangenberg and more.Read post →
After Road Fools, there might not be another series more deserving of a box set than the Baco videos. To keep tabs on news and release dates for this project, head over to bacodesigns.com and sign up for their mailing list. If the Baco videos were a little before your time, check out The Rise And Fall Of Baco from issue 14 of The Albion to get familiar.
Today we’re happy to announce that our good friend Grant Castelluzzo has been added to the Mutiny pro team! Grant has been putting in work for a long ass time so I’m stoked to see him get the bump. This also means we’re doing our first ever premiere with Mutiny, which you can watch above. Here’s their official statement about Grant’s bump up to pro:
“We are excited to announce Grant Castelluzzo is getting the bump up to the Mutiny pro team for 2014! To celebrate, Grant spent the last few weeks filming in Chicago and Milwaukee and put together this edit. Filmed by Andrew Brady, Anthony Laconte, Chris Beers and Mike Hinkens.”
Daniel Prentice does some pretty wild tricks in this including a flair on a tree, superman whip, and truck to footjam. The quality of filming and song choice definitely hurt the edit overall, but you can’t deny that Daniel has some pretty serious ramp riding skills.Read post →
The 5th Annual Spot Roast Jam is fast approaching and you can still register online on skateparkoftampa.com. You save yourself a little cash by registering in advance, and even get a free session at the park on Wednesday, so that might be worth taking advantage of. Check out the video from last year’s contest here.
The Philthy Films crew closes out the year with a solid mixtape filmed primarily around Charlotte, NC with a few clips from parts of Georgia, Virginia, Philly and Tennessee. Highlights include a leaf blower assisted toothpick to fakie, a pretty crazy half cab manual 180 barspin, and a firecracker at 4:03 that looked like it was about to go horribly wrong then didn’t.
The new TCU How-to reminded me to rewatch this classic. When Forward came out in 2002, I couldn’t believe my little eyes. At the time, nobody was really doing crank arm grinds so when this came out and Taj did like 10 NBD variations, people went insane. For those who haven’t seen this, take notes and remember its almost 12 years old!
Here’s the first of 3 edits from The Bakery Secret Recipe contest that went down last week in Chicago. The contest was separated into three sections, the first of which was the flat rail/roller coaster ledge area of the space. Everyone killed it. We have kept the results under wraps so feel free to speculate on who you think might have won in the comments.
This is so awesome, you don’t have to be a trail lover to be into this new “Day at the Trails” video from the Stowaway crew. Some beautiful images and really well put together by John Young.
“The Stowaway crew descended on Young with beers, smiles, BBQ and good times. The fear is always the wind in Young, the weather is generally perfect, the trails are always groomed, it’s the random gusts that can leave riders rolling in pain at the bottom of landings. Luckily this day was not to plagued by the wind, there were enough clouds in the sky to block the burning sun and the wind dropped allowing for the perfect session. In attendance were members of the ever happy and always stylish Stowaway crew, including Ryan Lloyd, Tyson Jones-Peni, Rusty, Tom Boorman, Toby Forte and of course the Kerr brothers”.
There’s also a sweet flipbook that you can check here.
Wow this new Jordan Hango Fit video was so good and refreshing! Like the description says, Jordand “has a very unique style that involves riding fast and going big”. Lot of great stuff in this, filmed around the Vancouver, BC area. That last wall ride was serious!
Come through this premiere in Long Beach on Sunday:
“Dan’s Comp is pleased to announce that we are doing another official premiere for our new DVD on Sunday, December 8th at The Art Theatre of Long Beach in Long Beach, California. This premiere is in association with Cinema & Etnies and will follow a jam earlier in the day at McBride skatepark. There will be a bunch of giveaways from Cinema, Etnies and Dan’s Comp and good grip of the West Coast based Dan’s Comp team riders will be in attendance, as well as Cinema X Etnies X Dan’s Comp riders Corey Martinez and Nathan Williams. The Roll Call DVD is available now.”
Buy one here.
UPDATE: Okay technically the skatepark is in Long Beach but it’s a half a mile away from Alfredo’s Mom’s house in Lakewood.