Long Beach resident Sean Morr gives you some education on the BMX staple that is the pegs to 180. Double peg grinds and 180s are some of the building-block tricks of freestyle BMX, but once you combine them the possibilities are nearly endless.
A ten day adventure across two countries in Central/South America with two of my teenage-year idols along with two of the most popular riders today...I'm in. Fox BMX had a slew of things lined up for us. Park visits, spots, events, signings, and everything unpredictable to fill the extra time.
The mix section of Jared Swafford, Brandon Begin, and Matt Nordstrom in Holy Fit is an example of how simple one person can make BMX look—three times over. But don't let 'em fool ya, this shit is hard.
Filming for the Etnies "Chapters" DVD is in full swing, but even then the guys need an off-day here and there... Aaron Ross, Nathan Williams, Chase Hawk, Geoff Slattery, and Tom Dugan hit some chill spots around Austin, all while Aaron fills you in on what it's been like to film for the DVD over the past year.
Pegless aficionado Eric Lichtenberger is a veteran of the wallie, so of coarse he's got his technique down pat. Wallies are one of the funnest tricks to do, even just cruising down the sidewalk... Because once you get the technique down, they aren't too hard to do either. Eric runs you through some pointers on dialing in this simple yet awesome trick...
This 9 Trick Fix from the GT team (Rob Wise, Jeremiah Smith, and Brian Kachinsky) at a local SoCal plaza is just an appetizer for the main entree feature video dropping later this week.
I'm cold. It's cold. But people still flock to the amazing QBMX facility here in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to keep the industry side of BMX rolling along and to show off their products. There's a lot of stuff here, so click through 60 some odd photos of products from Profile, Volume, Demolition, Deluxe, FBM, and a couple more...