One of the biggest perks to working in the BMX industry is that there’s a good chance you will be riding a dialed bike with all the latest and greatest from the brands you represent. One of the perks of running your own brand is that you can ride a dialed bike with all the parts you spent months and months working on developing from idea to the final product. Ryan Sher has been riding some real nice bikes over his career and you better believe as brand manager for Subrosa he is keeping his bike running smooth with all the latest parts they’re cooking up down in Florida. Ryan just built himself up a brand new Villicus Prime II, so we figured it was more than a perfect chance to catch up and get a look at this unit he’s running these days! Let’s get to it!
Name: Ryan Woodstock Sher
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Dan’s Comp have just announced that they are now offering FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $100 all the time. No more codes or limited time offers… Just free shipping on all orders over $100 all day, every day. Easy as that! Go get some shopping done!
If there’s one person who I’m always stoked to see something new from, it’s Ruben Alcantara. Between his riding and everything else he does, like the work he has been doing designing skateparks lately, it’s always something awesome.
We were lucky enough to catch up with him the other day to find out what is new in his life and find out what he has cooking up here in the near future. It sounds like we can expect a full video part, more riding and plenty of amazing parks popping up. Let’s take a look and see what he had to say!
Name: Ruben Alcantara
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Head over to the Fly Bikes website to get a closer look at Stefan Lantschner’s dialed Stainless Montana setup he’s running these days! Damn do I love that color!
What do you guys think? Do you think you will get some?
Sunday Bikes caught up with Gary Young to take a closer look at his current Soundwave setup he’s running! She’s a little rough around the edges from wear and tear, but you know it’s still a dialed unit! Check this out!
It’s that time again, for the 103rd Saturday in a row, for us to take a closer look at 5 dialed BMX products you just might need to keep those sessions alive! This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the new Aaron Ross signature Motoross frame from Sunday Bikes, the Bold Topload stem from Kink, the Eon pegs from The Daily Grind, the Helm spline drive sprocket from Madera and then we’ll wrap it all up with the Warhead XL lock from Subrosa. Ready? Let’s do this!
The other day, our friend Chris Marshall hit us up with a few of his latest photos to check out. Anyone who has seen Chris’ work in the past knows he produces some phenomenal work, and you better believe these were no different! We couldn’t pass up sharing these with you guys, so check out this brand new photogallery featuring Garrett Reynolds, Sean Ricany, Joe and Ryan Niranonta, Stephen Salley, Colin Varanyak, Chris “Special” Dolan, Anthony Yacovelli, Steve Kulischenko, Mike “Smallfry” Almodovar, Nick Bardzilowski and Anthony DeRosa by clicking the link below!
Check out this quick new edit of Sunday Bikes‘ friend, Cameron Girvin, getting some time in at The Wheel Mill! This kid is SMOOTH. Enjoy!
“Cameron Girvin is a local Pittsburgh Shredder that can ride just about anything you put in front of him. Here he is riding The Wheel Mill indoor bike park in Pittsburgh.
FIlmed and edited by @geojenkins of @deekdesign
Audio: Flying Lotus – Massage Situation”
Man, I don’t know about you, but this week flew by! It’s Friday, so that seems to be the time we’ve been taking a look at Bikeguide to see what they have going on over on the board. We’ve picked up two interesting threads that will get you thinking or have you laughing your ass off to look at!
The first one we picked out is 3D Printing Titanium Parts! There’s been a lot of talk about 3D printing lately and it seems like there’s been more and more people looking into how to make it work for bikes. There’s been a few uses of titanium that are proving to be more affordable than CNC machining and it seems like the concept is getting even closer to actually being used. We even get a look at George French of G-Sport‘s personal 3D printing setup he has been using to prototype designs. Well worth looking into!
The second thread we’ve picked out is for anyone looking to laugh. The Post Internet Funnies (NSFW) thread has a ton of hilarious meme’s, Facebook screen shots, .GIFS and more. This one hits the Not Safe For Work Zone, so only check this out if your boss or mom isn’t around, haha.
This is just two of the thousands of threads that cover BMX to really anything you can think up over on Bikeguide, so head over there and take a look at Bikeguide.org. It’s also FREE to create an account and get in on this, so get to it!