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.
There's a good chance that Chase Hawk is your favorite rider's favorite rider. I don't think there's any way to deny the raw flow, steeze, and boost possessed by the Austin, TX local. Chase had one hell of a year which included an X-Games gold, being honored with an official "Chase Hawk Day" in Austin, TX, and culminated with the awarding of a Nora Cup for best ramp rider of the year. Read on to get inside the mind of one of the best to ever do it.
I was doing a pretty good job of posting sections from Insight, but I got behind and never finished it out. But, with Mike Brennan announcing his retirement from the professional side of BMX yesterday, I figured there would be no better time than now to post what I consider to be Mike's best section of all time. The song literally matched Mike's frame of mind during the filming and the work he put in shows and stands up nearly seven years later.
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.