It seems like So Cal has more dialed trail spots than ever before, and there are few riders more capable at shredding them than these two. DIG Trails came along for a weekend of trails to document, I could watch this duo all day long!
Sometimes BMX just finds itself in the darnedest places, and this has to be the first time it's found itself at Comic Con. Follow along with Ryan Sher as they kick it with Slayer and browse around the convention to promote their new Slayer collaboration bikes. Come for Slayer, stay for the Ryan Sher commentary.
The Van Doren Invitational is a contest unlike any other.. Seldom are the worlds best bowl/transition riders summoned to compete in a contest that stresses the importance of general “course flow” and style, as equally or even more important than tricks. They switched up the bowl design for this year, but everyone seems to be adjusting
Now this is some POV BMX I can get into! Check the edit Jon Lynn put together from the annual NY Grands race a couple weekends ago. This thing goes from Manhattan to Brooklyn with a single checkpoint and plenty of elbow to elbow action in between. If you've payed any attention to this thing the past few years, the winner won't surprise you, but its still worth a watch!
Hello, and welcome to the best video you're going to watch today. Its been a hot minute since we've seen a new Rich Forne production, but the drought ends today with a fresh one from the Federal team killing it in the Czech Republic. Between Stevie Churchill, Michal Smelko, Joe Jarvis, Carlo Hoffmann, Mirco Andreani, Jordan Aleppo and Jakub Juza in front of the lens and Rich behind it, this is FIRE!
Profile is known for some of the most unique colorways in BMX and they just dropped another banger courtesy of Lima Eltham. For a limited time you'll be able to get Mini and Elite hubs and their Push topload stem in Lima's signature paisley colorway. These will be dropping on August 1st, so hit your local shop and ask them to get these with their next Profile order!
Nick Bott closed out Jib Tape 3, with an impressively solid seven minute section, leaving no spots spared. Nick seemingly has a move for any street architecture you put in front of him, from cutty East Coast set ups to obscure/big rails and everything in between. Too many notable moves to even start listing, but the last clip on one of Philly's most historic rails is a beautiful way to finish a scene video from The City of Brotherly Love. Do yourself a favor and scope this, then sit tight for Jib 4, dropping sooner than you think.