Chris Doyle has some of the best no-cans in the game, so who better to give you some pointers and even a few style tips? Doyle shows you the way along with some help from his teammates Tony Hamlin and Albert Mercado.
Company Property involves a trifecta of ramp setups (TIP+, Full Factory, and 180 Distro) and three camps of riders, all seasoning together over the course of two days. No competition, no prize to win, just raw BMX that's the product of 9 hand-picked riders (3 from each camp).This is the Tip Plus session...
Tip Plus, Full Factory, and 180 Distro are a trifecta of brands with ramp setups all within a short drive of each other and this is an open door tour of all three ramps for two days of sessioning with 11 pros.
Company Property is 11 riders of 3 camps, all sessioning the familiar yet under-utilized company ramp setups at Tip Plus, Full Factory, and 180 Distribution.
Wethepeople's local German wizard, Mo Nussbaumer was kind enough to list all the specs of his machine. Pay attention to the details on this one, as WTP is always up to something good...
Haro has been the premiere name in BMX for decades. Haro has stepped up it’s game with their parts borrowing from their past. The Haro Lineage Spline Drive Sprocket is
Everyone does footjams. They're boring and overdone. It's time to switch it up with some footplants...Hoang Tran is here to show how to get 'em done on a quarter. Shout out to Woodward Camp for keeping this weekly series going, and check back next week for a chance to win a week at the Woodward Camp of your choice.
Growing up in New Jersey, I would see Rodeo Peanut tags everywhere I went, whether it was the walls of Hackettstown skatepark, the bricks of the Brooklyn Banks or train station benches in towns where I would have never expected to find a trace of BMX. Little did I know, some of the east coasts most prominent street riders were frequently congregating in the town of New Brunswick, only thirty minutes away. "Pu Pu Platter" features riding from Chris Reyes, Jared Washington, Alfredo Wilson, Mike Brennan, Roman Stefaniw, Chris Gallop, Evan Nutt, Brian Tunney, Dominic Biro, Edwin DeLaRosa, Mark "Rat Kid" Gralla, Quiet Chris, Little Jeff, Jesse Dewlow, George Dossantos, Vinnie Sammon, and Tom White. I was fortunate enough to speak with some of them about their experiences filming the video and here is what they had to say: