Devon Smillie and Grant Germain went over the "10 Trick Fix" quota while out at Woodward West recently... But what were we to do?
Profile was always known for having high quality hub-sets and crank sets for BMX racing and freestyle. With their precision machining and knowing of the industry, Profile started making and
In celebration of Odyssey's 30 year anniversary they teamed up with Vans for their 85 'til Infinity collaboration shoe set and held a contest/jam this past weekend at the Vans Of The Wall skatepark for a proper unveiling. The park boasts countless rails and ledges, but also an incredible bowl and pool—which have always been off limits to bikes, but we were open for just this one special day and the likes of Kris Fox, Larry Edgar, and Ryan Guettler took full advantage of the rare occasion.
Not too often that you get to do a how-to video with one of the innovators of the trick... Ryan "Biz" Jordan was the first person to do the bunnyhop truck driver today, so he's well-qualified to help explain how you can learn 'em and take 'em to anything your heart desires.
Our May/June issue of RideBMX is stacked with features including Pat Casey's incredible new backyard trails, Vans/Odyssey in the desert, Fit's new pros Justin Spriet, Jordan Hango, Brandon Begin, and Morgan Long, creative collaborations with Mike Mastroni and skater Richie Jackson, as well as Josh Stricker, Rob Wise, Geoff Slattery, Sean Ricany, Jono Hopping, and more.
From technical lip tricks to steezed-out one-footed flattys, it's pretty obvious that Justin grew up riding this place, just peep this video for the visual evidence
For our March/April issue, we contacted our contributing photographers with an idea...an idea to shoot a photo at a specific time on a specific day. The goal was to show a glimpse at the sheer amount of BMX that happens all over the country (and world). The results we got back were more than we hoped for. 16 photographers from 10 different cities came together to shoot for this project and it's almost staggering to realize that it all happened at the same exact time.
In an overflowing sea of plastic pedals, Snafu went against the grain and came out with the Anorexic pedal. Adapting it’s looks from MTB pedals, Snafu has designed a very