Our Nov/Dec issue of RideBMX features Vans in Japan, Mike Gray interview, The Ramp II w/Scotty Cranmer, RIP Scot Breithaupt & Glenn Salyers, Albert Mercado, Tony Neyer, Clay Brown, Mongoose & Kink completes, and more...
So we put on a jam in Las Vegas, during Interbike, and called it the Inter -Ride Your- Bike Jam. Get it? Plenty of locals and pros came out to support and have a good time. Subrosa gave away a few flat rails, GT have away a signature Rob Wise frame, and chaos ensued. Shout out to everyone who made it out and had a good time! And the to the crazy kid who tried to double peg the awning out of the box jump lip... failed, and attempted to caveman from the awning, still failed. But shit, dude was a savage so we gave him the frame.
NORA Cup...the Number One Rider Award. Voted on by the pros, it's the most prestigious award you can get in BMX. We've held the event every year for the last 19 and somewhat magically, it seems to get better year after year. This time around, we moved the event back to Las Vegas on the second night of Interbike, debuted videos from Mike Gray, Ryan Nyquist, Cult, and the new BLNTD DVD, Forever Rolling, before awarding eight of the most coveted trophies in BMX. Thank you again to everyone that came out that night, showed love, threw some beer in the air, and yelled. And thank you to our sponspors:
When it comes to color, safe to say, black will always be an option. Beyond that, if color is your thing, then rejoice, because Interbike 2015 had plenty of glossy, matte, sparkly, shiny, bright & bold. It you like color then this one’s for you...
You probably didn't expect a mostly-street edit from a former Dew Tour dirt champion today, did ya? Simply put, Brandon Dosch is just a damn good rider. Street, park, dirt...the dude cruises through it all and this latest video from Redline is a testament to that.
Campblender is a premium quality mix-edit from our very own VX wizard Justin Benthien. With riding from Chris Doyle and Dan Foley to Trey Jones, Timmy Theus, Jeremiah Smith, and a selection of talented staff and campers; Volume 1 of Campblender gives you a feel of the wide array of riders that pass through Woodward East through out the summer.
If you look good, you feel good, and if you feel good, you ride good. Throw on a helmet and some pads and you'll probably still feel good after some slams, too. Here's some fresh gear for 2016 to help you keep on lookin' good and stayin' safe.
Mike Gray WENT IN on this full section for his parts sponsor Demolition. For over a year Mike stacked clips with SoCal lensman Doeby Huynh around the school yards and city streets of San Diego, and even snagged some footy while on a trip to Rochester, NY. This video coincides with Mike's upcoming Interview "Mind the Gap" in issue 211 of RideBMX Magazine. From lengthy technical lines to handrail destruction, mike handles business, but where he really shines is in his selection of roof setups, and the tricks he pairs them with. Mike is fucking unreal and I think it's safe to say that this video puts him on the map as one of the very top dudes in the street game right now, and he's not slowing down any time some, I promise you that.