Wow, I think we just reached past the video game level of riding with this new Logan Martin video. Don’t get me wrong though, he throw some really really crazy and absolute mind blowing ramp tricks in this like a 720 bar bar, 360 bar down whip bar and more. Watch it!
BSD just added Marc Remmert from Germany to their already stacked up squad. Marc filmed this welcome edit in the street of Bielefeld and produced a really sick video full of ledge combos and other rail moves. Them German rails are too perfect!
Montpelier local Theo Zannettacci recently got added to the Wethepoeple French squad through the good guys over at Frenchys distro and BMXavenue. They’ve been filming this welcome edit for a minute now and the final result is really awesome! Smooth and dialed riding on some really amazing looking spots!
Heath Parker shreds some SoCal trails and parks in his 2013 video for Diamondback. This dude has a ton of tricks and even brings out one I haven’t seen in a while with a huge no-footed seatgrab barspin over a box jump.
Ant Pearson, Craig Stevens, Peter Marselle and their facial hair went in on a new setup at the Extreme skatepark to raise some awareness for Movember. There’s some serious sub rail destruction in here, a bunch of this stuff could have been video part enders in years past.
Sean Morr recently paid a visit to his hometown of Santa Barbara and spent some time with the one and only Chef Chachi aka Alex Raban. They filmed a bunch of sweet lines at the local park as well as a couple of clips at street spot and put everything together for Stolen. Follow these fools @stolenbikeco @seanmorr1 @rabanimal
Van Homan speaks the truth in this new Dan’s Comp video and kill a bunch of trails, parks, ditch, pool and streets around the Las Vegas area. “We didn’t classify ourselves as a park rider or a dirt jumper or a street rider, we just called ourselves BMX riders”
Oh man this is straight fire! The Foclapoint family have been riding/building this really awesome ghetto spot for over a year now and they’ve been filming some really sick shit on it! Check out Daniel Johnson, Marnold, Jack Kelly, Cooper Brownlee, Luke Parker, Lachy Swanton, Eric Cuiper and Luke Vandenberg laying down some dope grind combos/lines on the stuff they created! Follow them on Facebook and Instagram @focalpointbmx
Coming straight from Adelaide, young Ricky Catanzariti is straight killing it in this 6 minutes video! Tons of really sick clips in this and he definitely throws a crank arm grind to crankflip at the end! He also just got picked up by Colony so I’m sure you’ll hear more about him very soon!
Daniel Tunte stayed around the Austin area after the Texas Toast Jam and filmed this quick but full of bangers promo for his signature frame. So after the Swag frame we now have the Swagger… What’s next?
After premiering the We Out Here video yesterday, we are really stoked on bringing you the BCAVE full length video.
This was released as a DVD and it’s the first full length video from the BCAVE crew. Coming straight from the south-eastern part of Massachusetts, it features some awesome riding from Shaun Gingras, Jeff Dustin, Bobby Proctor, John Mayo, and a Chris Childs/Pablo McGuire split section. The video was primarily filmed from Boston to Providence and everywhere in between, the whole thing was filmed and edited by Shaun Gingras. Follow them @bcavecrew and @circuit_bmx_shop
I’m incredibly stoked to present TCU’s very first flatland video premiere, of one of the most iconic original tricks done on flat ground.
Lee’s SpiderGlide was photographed and widely published awhile back and no doubt blew a lot of people’s minds. Today we get to see it start to finish, and it’s still almost unbelievable.
This trick was the first one-wheel no-limb flatland trick ever done, and invented by Lee.
Check out this cool little video from Primary Threads givng you some pointers on filming lines with a skateboard, featuring some riding by Daniel Johnson and camerawork by Cooper Brownlee.
“Pretty much every rider out there has a board to use when filming lines or peeps who can not only shred on a bike but also likes to skate. Together with Focalpoint we have made this edit on how a filming board can be used for filming BMX. There are many techniques you can apply to filming on a board this is just a little insight to help you get started. Best advice we can give you is to make sure you clear your line of any small rocks or anything else that can send you flying mid filming, you can see at 1.01 in this video Cooper actually hit a small rock that he missed on the clean up but luckily he had big enough wheels to keep rolling.”
Here’s the embedable version of the behind the scenes edit from Hucker’s wild Red Bull trail loop project. This will give you an inside look at what went into building this thing, what the rain did to it the week before and what it took to get it rideable. This is still so crazy!
With a name like Treasure Island, you know there’s booty abound. These swashbucklers get squiffy and ride rails for bounty and grog thanks to Brokleg. Avast ye landlubbers! Arrrrrrrr you understanding these pirate references?
The limited edition Skavenger X Shark Attack frames, with graphics designed by Jeff Martin, are now available and that’s what’s up. Hit your local shop to get your hands on one of these bad boys or cop one straight from the Animal online store.
Petey Pabs hit me up with his latest video. Here’s his description:
“Blasfome is a lifestyle brand, homegrown hailing out of Pittsburgh, Pa. I spent about 6 months filming spread out along the east coast and a few days in Austin for Texas Toast. Filming mainly done by Chris Tardiff and Dan Webster. Edit was constructed by Shajn Raines. Song used is Unnatural Axe – Creeper”
After seeing the last handful of videos Mike Gray‘s put out, including his ridiculous section for last year’s Hunt contest, any edit by this dude is getting an automatic play and post from me. In this new one for Diamondback, Mike goes in on setups from Florida to Montreal, destroying a whole new set of rails and roofs. Pretty sure everyone except the manager of the Pickle Barrel is gonna be hyped on this!
Bullshittin’ seems like a bunch of throwaways to Chase but that means A+ footage for pretty much any other rider on the planet. That wallride over the doorway in the intro was awesome, same goes for all of the long lines and that bump jump up into the porch at the 3:25 mark. Dope. I’m going riding.
Here’s our first look at some of the riding that went down during practice for The Bakery’s Secret Recipe contest. Catch some fiery clips from Bruno Hoffmann, Dan Lacey, Broc Raiford, Tony Hamlin, Stevie Churchill, Devon Smillie, Timmy Theus, Corey Martinez, Nathan Williams, Chase Dehart, Jeremiah Smith, and Dakota Roche. Can’t wait to see more from this thing!
TCU is really happy to premiere the WE OUT HERE video. This independent project was produced by the good Spanish guys over at La Costa Norte and filmed/edited by Fernando Gomarín Olaiz. Huge shout out to Fer for letting us premiering this and also to the crew for killing it in the BCN street!
Filmed in the streets of Barcelona between July and November 2013, this 30min video includes full sections from Ema Scutella, Matias Lasgoity, Michael Smelko, Benoit Van De Geutche and Diego “Mono” Navarro. It also features 2 homies sections including riding from Eddie Baum, Carlo Hoffman, Matty Long, Lucas Murillo, “Pajaro”, Eric Sans, Nick Tansley, Fernando Gomarín, Santiago Arano, Leandro Arano, Tomi Gallardo, Simone Barraco, Tony Ennis, Ty Morrow and Garrett Reynolds.
The Skeleton Crew killed it for this mixed section in Subrosa‘s “Get Used To It” DVD. It was a treat to see some Eli Platt footage and TM Ryan Sher held his own with his signature turndown to opposite turndown and an awesome gap to thread the needle.