The legend of Wolfman continues…
“In this episode of Worst Day Ever, BMX pro Corey Bohan tells us about the day he and his boys had to defend his local skatepark from a drug-crazed rugby fan chucking beer bottles into the bowl. Things escalated quickly—Robbo took off, dad grabbed the cricket club, and Wolfman came to the rescue with a swift kick to the nuts. Have you ever had to defend your BMX spot?” – Network A
Profile Racing just got in their new “Wing P” shirts in 3 different colors; black, army free and navy blue! These are available NOW, so have your local shop hit up Profile to get you some ordered up or hit up their WEBSTORE to pick ‘em up for $22.99 each!
The Subrosa crew continued north on their Park Party Tour and hit Syracuse, New York to hang out with the locals and get some laps in at the place! Check out what went down in this video, then Click Here for photos of the park!
“Check out the 3rd stop of the Subrosa Park Party Tour at Cranx Bike Park in Syracuse, Ny.
The edit features Subrosa pro riders Hoang Tran, Mark Mulville, Lahsaan Kobza, and a ton of locals shredding the place!
Cranx is one of the parks that has to be on your BMX Bucket List! I’ve been to a lot of places, and I’ve never seen this many ramps in on place. The park has everything, and Subrosa is proud to sponsor another bike park!
Thanks to Cranx, all the employees, and all the locals for coming out and helping make this Park Party such a good time!
Another huge thanks to Subrosa pro rider Kyle Hart who produced the music!
Edit by Bobby Kanode
Galaxies Become Canibals
The Stronghold crew have been busy stacking clips for their new DVD. Check out this promo giving you a look at a few clips that they have collected so far! Release date still to be announced, but it should be a good one when it’s out!
Thursday already? Mat Hoffman has uploaded the Merritt Island stop from the Crazy Freakin Bikers series for you to enjoy this week! This one has contest footage, Leigh Ramsdell being hilarious, a Van Homan interview and more! Take it back to 2002 and hit play!
“Crazy Freakin’ Bikers (CFB) Series Round 1 Merritt Island, Florida, March 8th to 10th, 2002
Pro/AM Vert, Park, Dirt, Flat Contests
Inaugural CFB Merritt Island Flashback
Intro to the Pro’s of the future
Gary Young rides from the airport (Orlando) to the skatepark. in Merritt Island
Van Homan Interview
FBM Video Preview – All Time Low”
James Alcock keeping the sections from the “Why So Serious” video coming! This time around we have Josh Roberts’ section that’s loaded with some dialed spots and great riding. Hit that play button and take a look at this!
Check out this compilation edit from the Roots Crew who went through their past edits and pulled out all the gold for one dialed edit!
“Just a montage of pretty much all our best clips from our previous videos, new videos of us will be out soon! keep ya eyes peeled ya fools cause we get deep like da Mobb. #RootsCrew No copywrite intended on our part, mobb deep is the shit, and what better way to represent NEW YORK where we’re all from than by playin a classic with us new school”
In a world of oil slick and camo, it’s good to see something different. Just spotted this photo over on The Merged of some custom leopard print wheels that LUX BMX just built up one of their customers. Damn they look good!
Photo: Mike Headford
Coming up with this intro is a little tricky… Chris Silva is a Canandian BMX legend regardless if he wants to believe it or not. Over the years, Chris has destroyed A LOT of rails all over with and without the help of his pegs. Although grinding without pegs seems damn near impossible, he does it.
Some of you older riders out there will remember the classic Primo “Jewel” axle nuts that were essentially axle nuts that were rounded off to work more like pegs back in the day. Thanks to this little invention, it helped and inspired Chris to push the limits of his grinding abilities and helped make him into that legend we were talking about above that he is today.
A few months back when I was talking with Chris, he had mentioned that he was working on something with Animal Bikes that he was really psyched on. After bugging him a bit, he let the cat out of the bag that they were developing a newer, better, Chris Silva signature version of the Jewel axle nuts that would be coming out this summer.
There was no way we couldn’t find out more, so we got Chris to talk about these axle nuts (don’t call them a peg!) and the history of what lead to today. Let’s see what he had to say!
Name: Chris Silva
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