JJ Palmere's new Fiend V2 signature frame pushes the belief that natural talent is fueled by natural living (and maybe a little chocolate, too). The V2 frame also smartly offers a longer rear-end as the top tube size increases, new internal gussets on the front end, and more...
Madera dude Mike Hinkens blesses you with some pointers on the fakie wallride. This trick is rad because you can literally do it almost anywhere with a wall (even from flat) and the applications are pretty endless.
Dillon Lloyd gets BUCK in the desert of Arizona and contemplates BMX's affect on his life, as well as the thought of a life without it.. This is part III of Éclat SALVATION.
You might not be able to ride like Morgan Long, but you can look like him aboard the new Fit Long One complete bike.
The feeble 180 to backward feeble is a solid combo to add to your grind repertoire. It's a fun move to bust out on a flat ledge and once you have it dialed you can adapt it to some creative street setups a well. Drew Hosselton knows this combo well (see his ender from Volume's The Finer Things) so he was down to give you some pointers while passing through town on a very windy day.
Following up the heavy-hitting Pro Part that Broc Raiford dropped last week he decided it was time to put his old vessel to rest and built-up a fresh bike. Besides being glossy black, this bike is a carbon copy of what Broc rode while filming his Pro Part. Here's your chance to see everything Broc rides, including his signature Volume Vessel frame, Anchor fork, Captain bars, Odyssey Raft stem, signature Odyssey grips, and more...
Bruno Hoffmann unleashes a technical wildfire on Arizona spots and contemplates a life without BMX. This is part II of Éclat SALVATION.
Broc Raiford brings his blend of power and grace to spots from California to Arizona. Technical NBD's, straight up big-boy setups, spot use clips, it's all here... Sit back, relax, hit play, and enjoy.