The etnies squad has been stacking clips for their upcoming DVD, Chapters, for well over the past year. And with those heavy clips come the warm up sessions at the park. From Texas to Jersey to Vegas, and a couple of spots in between.
Street riding is the most popular and accessible form of BMX riding today. So when X Games released a press release last week announcing the event lineup for Austin 2015 and BMX Street wasn’t included it definitely caught the BMX world by surprise. We gathered the opinions from a handful of riders on the matter—from the core “never even been to an X Games” street rider, to legendary riders who now run some of the biggest brands in BMX, to riders who have stood on the podium with a medal.
Gary Young takes some time out of his session at Woodward West to run you through some tips on how to lock in those downside icepicks... This may have been filmed in the mountains of Tehachapi, CA, but Gary is still the Mayor of San Diego.
The art of filming a video part and some insight into what the riders are like who make up Volume’s new video The Finer Things with the man behind it all, Mike Mastroni.
Cult's Gateway is a stacked complete featuring all sealed and quality parts designed for entry level shredders. Here's a video with Cult team riders taking it for a spin along with a photo gallery and specs, too.
After the Holy Fit premiere, I vividly remember people being confused by Jordan Hango's section. They had no idea who he was and the fact that he just threw down one of the better sections in the video had them bewildered. Where's he from? Why is he so fucking awesome? His section burned his name into people's memories and these five clips are just the tip of what he threw down.
This week's How-Tuesday features Aaron Ross giving you tips on the best way to graduate from last weeks barspin tutorial, and step up to eventually the dialing in the 180 bar. Aaron may have the luxury of Woodward Camp at his fingertips, but really any concrete bank or ditch style fly-out will do.