Clint Reynolds could probably teach you how to rebuild the carburetor of a lawnmower or fashion an old blade into a sweet machete or something, but instead he teaches you the ways of a trick he’s had on lock for years. It might take a few yanks to get your mower started, but if you take some tips from Clint and pump the choke a few times, she should start right up.
If you want to give your dark colored shirts a new life and a unique look, take some tips from Mike Brennan on how to give them a dialed bleach dye job. Head over to colonybmx.com.au to get the step by step.
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 Markit Zero, you know how many wild nollies are in Mike Jonas‘ section, so the guys at Ride caught up with him for a little how-to. After you’ve mastered the nollie, you can learn how to Rob Nolli a couple posts down.
If you’re going to take bunnyhop tips from anyone, it might as well be a dude who can clear fifty freakin inches without a problem. Even if your first bunnyhop was long ago, check this video to get that pop like Broc.
Sean Ricany is spending some time in California at the moment and filmed this quick how to crank arm grind on the infamous LBC flat rail. Watch this if you wanna learn one of the trendiest tricks in BMX.
If you’ve been wanting to start throwing the bars, get some really good tips from Lima in this new how-to video. From the pick up manual to the flyout to the hop bar, he’ll take you through everything you need to know. Get ’em dialed and maybe one day you’ll have a bar to tabe as good as his…probably not though.
The Quan explains to you in details how to get those nose manuals dialed. He also throws a few variation of the trick at the end. Also, if you want more tips on how to nose manual you can watch our Broc Raiford version.
If you’re still learning the basics of BMX, take some tips from Gary Young on airing quarterpipes. He’ll give you some good pointers on everything from just turning up a mellow quarter to fully roasting something with some vert on it.
Fitbikeco‘s Ben Ward breaks down what all those frame specs actually mean and how they can affect the way your bike rides. From head and seat tube angles to bottom bracket and standover heights, after watching this your next frame purchase will definitely be more educated.
Van Homan takes a break from his busy schedule filming for the Dan’s Comp DVD, to sit down and explain how to turndown. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a well-travelled how-to before; Van fires out turndowns all over the world.