That time already? Yep! It’s Saturday and we have a fresh round of Products: for you to check out filled with some dialed BMX parts for your bike. This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the new Valor tire from The Shadow Conspiracy, The TDG Bar ends The Daily Grind, the Storm rear hub from Sunday Bikes, Mark Mulville’s signature Push top load stem from Profile Racing, then we’ll wrap things up with Trey Jones’ brand new signature Stone Cold frame from Cult. Ready? Let’s do this!
Need a new background on your computer? That old one of the half naked lady just not doing it for you anymore? Well, hit up the Volume Bikes website to set this tooth hanger photo of Alex Platt as that wallpaper of yours. You know you want to!
Here’s some news I hope everyone saw coming! Grant Casteluzzo is FINALLY on the Mutiny Bikes pro team! Check out this fire new video to bring the news! This is so well deserved. Grant kills it all the time!
“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.“
Fit Bike Co.‘s Canadian connect, Jordan Hango, coming in HOT with a ton of damn good footage for his latest edit. This dude knows how to send it!
“Jordan Hango has a very unique style that involves riding fast and going big. This past year he filmed all over Vancouver and rode some amazing/gnarly looking spots. Hango makes riding look fun and you should prepare to see more Hango in the future.
Filmed By: Anyone who rode with Jordan and could work the camera (Thanks)
Edited By: Jordan Hango
Music: Beastie Boys – “In 3′s”
Thumbnail Photo: Matt Desson“
The R&D minds at Shadow are always working on new products! Here’s the Valor tire, a more smooth design than most of their previous styles. Check out this link for all of the details you could need to know.
Over the last two years or so, our friend Stewart Munro has been busy working on his latest film project that we have come to know as “Coppin’ It Sweet”. Stewart has been the guy behind the lens for a handful of film projects out of Australia with full length videos like the “These Days” video and Colony‘s DVD they released about 2 years back. Needless to say, going into this I was very familiar with Stewart’s work and had a good idea of just what would make up his newest video.
I recently got my hands on a copy and figured it would be a good idea to put together a little review for you guys that are out there looking for a new video to keep on replay in your DVD player. So what do I think of this one? Let’s get into it…
Dan Conway has been beating on the Fit 2pc crank prototypes for quite a while now with great success. In this video he explains the details of these cranks and shows you what he’s put them through. Even if you already know all about these, I suggest you watch for the riding clips.
Oh hell yeah! BSD just dropped this banger of a promo video featuring Kriss Kyle and his brand new signature The Passenger frame! Hit that play button to check out some incredible riding, then hit up The Merged for an exclusive interview with BSD owner, Grant Smith, about the frame!
“Kriss Kyle takes a trip through Arizona and New Mexico to Texas with the BSD team. Guest clips from Dan Paley and Chaz Mailey.
Filmed and edited by Dave Sowerby.
Additional filming by Tony Malouf and David Grant.“