Colony just sent through this fresh bike check with Luke Parker and his current The Living setup! Take a closer look at the bike by flipping through the flipbook above!
Check out this rad video bike check with Anthony Napolitan and his Terrible One setup! Anthony gives you a run through the setup and throws down a bunch of dialed riding to go with it!
“Anthony gives an inside look at his Terrible One Barcode with a bunch of personal modifications and shreds a dirt spot, a skatepark, and even a vert ramp. Ride everything! Credit: Brandon Means”
Photo: Ryan Guettler
If you pay close attention to the credit lines for videos, there’s a good chance you will start recognizing names of guys who are producing some incredible videos. It’s a little tip I picked up on when it came to sorting through the endless sea of videos we see surfacing 365 days of the year now days. One name in particular that we always get stoked to see pop up is Dylan Pfohl. Dylan is one of those guys who learned a lot of his film techniques from BMX and has used it to push him into a professional career handling film projects all around the action sports industry. We wanted to know about his work and how he got to where he is today, so we tracked him down for an interview. Check out what he had to say!
Name: Dylan Pfohl
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Here’s a quick park edit from Cult‘s French connect, Ben Gea, getting down at his local park! So smooth!
Images / Montage: Julien Peyrou
Ride BMX caught up with Clint Reynolds to get the low down on proper mowing technique. If you want to grow some style and keep it cut right, hit that play button and take in some words of wisdom then go give it a try!
“Although I don’t know it’s full history, I do know the lawnmower began as a flatland trick in ’80s and was quickly taken to kick-turn wedge ramps soon after, and eventually as a lip trick on quarterpipes. The most significant thing worth mentioning about this trick is that it’s best done with brakes, but I’m sure not having brakes wouldn’t stop you from learning it, but it’ll be a lot harder and you probably won’t be able to get them as consistent as the lawnmower master, Clint Reynolds.” – Ride BMX
FBM had more footage from the Lost Bowl Jam, so they figured instead of letting it go to waste, they would piece it together for a quick raw edit. Take a peek!
We don’t see a lot from Airwalk in BMX anymore, but it’s apparently alive and well down in Argentina! Check out this new mix edit they dropped of their team getting down in Beunos Aires!
“Edit-postproducción: Gabriel Herbotte
Camera: Gabriel Herbotte
Aditional Cam: Airwalk Team.
Soundtrack: Joe Bataan – What good is a castle.”
Some of the Grounded BMX crew loaded up and made their way from Belgium on over to the U.K to ride a few of fine parks over there. This video gives you a look at the riding that went down! Hit that play button!
“Part of the Grounded team, featuring Willem Van Gansen, Birre Kareman, Greg Van Tulder and Kenneth Tancre headed over to the UK to ride some of the new (re)built indoorparks.
Filming and editing by Bart Cautaerts
“New Rituals” – Mondo Drag
“Shivers” – Tweak Bird
Thanks to Rush Skatepark and Flo Skatepark.”
It’s Thursday and Mat Hoffman just dropped this weeks Throwback Thursday from the Crazy Freakin’ Biker’s series. This time around it features the contest that went down in Perris, California May 10th – 13th along with a bunch of extras! Enjoy!
“CFB Perris CA.
Pro/AM Vert,, Park Dirt, Flat Contests
E3 Tradeshow Mat Hoffman Pro BMX Video Game Release with a Vert Demo with Tony Hawk. Buck Lasek, Rune Glifberg
Sneak Peak at the Hoffman Bikes video
Street Riding from Nate Wessel”
Anyone that follows Mark Mulville knows that he has been on the move HEAVY so far this year. Just last week he was down in Colombia for a trip. Filipe Orvi caught up with him and filmed this video from a street session and the trails he rode! You already know this one is worth a look!
Filmed and edited by Filipe Orvi
Song: Love & Affection – Zalama Crew