Today we’re premiering this video that Miles Rogoish put together out in Tulsa featuring Dravin Groove, Justin Coble and Alex Vazquez. Miles is one of the best filmers out and it’s cool to see footage from Alex for the first time in a while. After that check out Miles’ other most recent TCU exclusive:
Miłosz Siajkowski is the newest member of the AveBMX team, a dialed shop based in Poland. In order to get a proper introduction, they went to their local indoor park and filmed this really solid edit! Lots of great barspin combos in this!
While in Vancouver filming for his last BSD video that dropped last month, Jason Teet and Riley McMaster were also able to capture a bunch of really rad looking super8 footage. They put it all together in this B-sides video and the final result was really great.
If you’re down with Cult, you’ve gotta make the mecca out to the newly opened Clubhouse in Santa Ana. Not only can you scoop goods from Cult, they carry a ton of other stuff from brands like Animal, Primo, Lotek, Stranger, Vans and Stance. You never know who you might run into, so try and make it out there if you can.
The Cult Clubhouse is located at 1559 E. Saint Gertrude Place. Santa Ana, CA 92705.
For more info, hit cultclubhouse.com and follow @cultclubhouse on Instagram.
What started as a product promo quickly turned into an intensely personal project for Dan Foley after parting ways with Premium at the end of last year. The resulting video is everything we love about Dan’s riding: the style, the speed and the dedication to go out and ride even if no one else is there. Dan’s been killing it since before any of us knew his name, so lets hope he doesn’t remain without the support of another bike company in 2014.
S&M is now making a Camo version of their Credence Clint Reynolds signature frame aka the CCR. More info here. “Because it’s powdercoated, the paint won’t scratch off like the D.I.Y. version – it will set you back a few more bucks than a couple cans of Krylon though. Shops already snapped ‘em all up, so if you want one, see if your local is on it!”
Kava Sharp is from Hawaii (aka heaven on earth) and he’s been shredding the island for a few years now. He just released this really cool new edit filmed around Maui’s skateparks and streets. Kava geos fast and ain’t scared to hop/gap stuff!
Somebody on Twitter suggested we re-up this on account of Lil Boosie’s release from jail. That kinda makes sense to me. People always ask me what happened to the gorilla suit. The truth is that one time a girl tried it on and then she got a staph infection in her ass the next day, so we threw it away. I am interested in purchasing a bear costume so that we can one up this video, if anyone knows of any good bear suits that someone is giving away let me know.
If your best ramp or rail photo isn’t going to win the Battle Of The Fittest Instagram contest, Dan’s Comp has got you covered with another big giveaway. This time around they’re giving you the chance to win either a full Tom Dugan or Benny L setup, complete with a signature Fit complete, Etnies shoes and apparel. They’re giving away two of these prize packages and you can enter once a day from now til March 20th, so if you really want to bring this thing home, hit danscomp.com and enter!
Once again Igor from Russia’s premiere BMX site, Inside BMX has put together a list of the top 10 video parts of 2013. He’s included Ukranian riders as well since their scenes overlap quite a bit (to say the least). I’ll let Igor take over now, I’ve tweaked some of his writing just a little bit but all the sentiment is his:
In 2013 our boys rode and filmed at a very high level. There were some problems with choosing videos for this list, like always, but we have arrived at a decision by consensus. Some guys were in the list of best edits in last year, but there are some new names for you. This isn’t in any particular order so don’t worry about the rankings. Continue reading →
I’m not saying that Mike K is the only one in LFS who can do 180 whips but he’s the only one who filmed them. This section is filled with turndowns, trucks and even a 540. That’s not to say that @ 1:25 isn’t a standout clip.
A couple days ago we saw Albert Mercado and Mariano Santiago shredding this San Diego area plaza and today we get to see John Stafford killing the place for Blunted Athletics and East County BMX. Psyched on the lines at :27 and 1:07. If only all skatepark edits were this enjoyable, shoutout to Camp Lo!
Get the scoop on how Jason Enns got hooked on BMX in the latest Rare Air video from Crooked World. Pretty cool to hear a bonafide legend talk about sweating the local ripper and being scared to jump a set of doubles back in the day. Between flipping through ninja magazines and wrestling magazines, I’m glad BMX Plus! stood out most to the young Enns.
WeThePeople‘s Tim Story built himself fresh Pete Sawyer signature Sterling frame and took it down to his local to break her in. Nothing too crazy in this, just a chill afternoon session on one good looking bike!
You could say that there are two types of riders: guys that throw the bars and guys that don’t. If you want to part of the later group, take some tips from Fitbikeco‘s newest Pro, Dan Conway, in this how-to. Also, you should be able to catch your bars with Dan’s new signature Savage grips this summer!
If you’ve seen Hoang Tran’s GUTI Section more than a few times, you’ve definitely had the guitar riff from Gun’s “Race With The Devil” stuck in your head at some point. This video details the history of the band and the song, how they got the rights to it and re-recording it specifically for the video. While it seems a lot of “cleared music” is just plucked from a random shitty music library, Subrosa really went above and beyond to get the music for Get Used To It.
“Check out this different style edit from Subrosa. We got a chance to sit down with Paul Gurvitz from the band Gun and Three Man Army about what went into the remaking of the song “Race With the Devil” for our full-length video Get Used To It.
This was the first artist we approached in the process of getting clearance for all the music in the video, and it turned out to be a really cool story. Instead of simply just using the existing song, he re-recorded a version just for Hoang Tran’s G.U.T.I. section!”
This 2013 collection reminds me why I love Gabe’s riding so much. The dude rides like he’s on fire, just blazing his way through flatland and street moves equally. Definitely one of the most aggressive styles in flatland. So sick.
Cameron Wood, Elf, Matt Beringer and some other Utah locals escape the harsh winter and session one of the only indoor parks they have over there (aka Tanner’s favorite place to ride). Last clip from Mr Wood is sick!
Here’s the cover of the new issue of 2020. Their words:
“A one off mag back in 1998 has continued to roll out of the collective heads of so many talented people and off the printing press 50 times. I’m quietly amazed, definitely very proud and seriously stoked to have been able to put so much back into something that has given me so much over the years.
Looking back through the issues brings back so many memories. The stories, the photos, the mess ups, the events and the amazing times, they all make up what 2020 was, is and will be. I’ve always wanted to showcase just how good the crew in this country are at riding bike’s, shooting photos and expressing themselves off the bike in all sorts of wild ways.
This issue takes a retrospective look at where we’ve come from alongside some amazing content from all around this crazy country. From the high country’s full pipe to the deep end of many an abandoned pool and the streets of Melbourne. The travels don’t stop there with a loose crew hitting up Japan and we catch up with Coco Zurita while he was on our shores. Blazing on the cover and in the company of some of the best riders Australia has ever produced, Benn Pigot going large on the hallowed transitions of Five Dock.
I’m so stoked to have been able to take this journey and create something I can look back on and feel real pride in doing. When so many told me it couldn’t be done, making it to 50 is one way of proving many wrong, but more-so proving that when we have a dream, not much can stand in the way. Dream big, work out how to make it happen and do it. Simple really.
Available Australia wide in print on March 7th and digitally through the 2020 IOS app the same day.”