Here’s a look at the highlights from dirt practice that went down the other day for the Mongoose Jam that wrapped up today out at Woodward East! Expect more highlights here soon, but until then enjoy this one!
“Kevin Peraza, Drew Bezanson, Clint Reynolds, Dan Foley, TJ Ellis, and more run through the dirt section at Woodward in prep for the upcoming Dirt portion of the Mongoose Jam. As you can tell, it’s a mix of messing around and a few wild tricks. As it should be.” – Ride BMX
A little while back some of the Credence grew and a few of their friends made the trip up to Portland, Oregon to cruise some of their amazing cement parks, ride some trails and even get some surfing in. Check out this video S&M Bikes dropped from the trip that’s loaded with style and good times!
“Filmed / Edited by Clint Reynolds
Additional Filming: Matty Aquizap and Pauly Pirate
Song: Flower Travellin Band, Sator Pt. 1”
DUB just dropped some fresh heat from James Alcock absolutely crushing it out on the streets! Looks like he spent some time between the U.K and Spain for this one! Check it!
Inside BMX just sent over this fresh video of Taimik Tebloev putting together some smooth, stylish and technical riding at The Madhouse for you to check out! If you want to see some dialed ramp riding, this is for you!
Just spotted some fresh flatland gold from Shintaro Misawa over on Flat Matters! Hit that play button and take it all in!
The ABQ DNV crew are back at it again with a fresh mix! This time around we get a mix of footage from Colorado with a few Albuquerque clips mixed in for good measure! Awesome riding and some real clean filming and editing. Enjoy!
“Today we present you with a street mix that we put together most in Colorado with a few ABQ clips peppered in. The boys all kill it in this with near misses on smashing pedestrians to hitting moving cars in the streets. Give it a watch and thanks to all the homies who rode and killed it for the camera.
Music – A Cosmic Gift – Dreams of the sea”
Last year, Greg Illingworth spent the year bouncing around with a handful of his friends to different destinations around the world with photographer, George Marshall, and film maker, Will Evans,. They collected clips for the “Make It Happen” DVD that was released a little while back that we’ve heard nothing but good things about. For those of you, like ourselves, who haven’t had a chance to see the video yet — You’re in luck. The book and full video will be released online next week! Get stoked!
“Hopefully you’ve been able to get hold of a Make It Happen book and DVD over the last few months, but if not the project will be released online next week, with the book being uploaded on Tuesday 12th August and the full length video on Thursday the 15th of August.” – Make It Happen
Defgrip just released the first video in a new series they are doing called “Precisions” with film maker, Jon Edwards. This first video features Fathead, which is more of a serious video in comparison to his recent videos, and is a good reminder of just how dialed Fathead really is on a bike. After you watch the video, hit up Defgrip for some behind the scenes photos by Jason Turner as well!
“Précisions is an ongoing short film series presented via Defgrip.
This series features creativity, expression and most importantly précisions within BMX.
First in the series is Alex Barton Holme
Supported by: S&M / Adidas
Filmed on the Sony NEX-FS700
Second camera the Sony A6000
Lenses: Zeiss Touit 32mm f1.8 E
1920 x 1080 HD / 16:9 / 240fps / 24fps
Music: Shigeto – Perfect Crime
From the Album: No Better Time Than Now
Label: Ghostly International”
The other week, Wethepeople‘s newest pro team recruits, Ed Zunda and Dillon Lloyd, linked up with AM team rider, Moritz Nussbaumer for a trip to Vienna. They only had a few days to scope the spots and stack the clips, but it turned out to be more than enough time. Check out some damn good riding that came from the trip in the video above!
“Ed Zunda, Moritz Nussbaumer and Dillon Lloyd spent exactly 83.5 hours in Vienna. They didn’t waste any time at all.
Filmed and edited by Sebastian Nitsche”
BSD have released an updated version of their popular Front Street hub that they’re now calling the Pro Front Street hub. This new version features a thicker 6061-T6 aluminum shell, a thicker 4130 heat-treated chromoly axle, heat-treated 10mm bolts, high quality 6902 sealed bearings and new push fit centered chromoly cones. The Pro Front Street hub will be hitting shops and mail-orders worldwide any time now, comes in colors of black and polished silver with a weight of 9 oz. More photos can be found right here.