Some riders can relate more to pulling a new move on a status spot or laying claim to an NBD. Then there’s the school of riders who are more conceptual with their riding. A firm believer that the setup, and how it's ridden, takes precedence over the actual trick performed. Drew Hosselton is an alumnus from the school of conceptual street riding.|
Justin Spriet shreds anything and everything in his path—and his beaten up, yet steady rolling bike is proof. His well-ridden machine includes a prototype signature Fit frame called “Thank You”, rounded out with Fit and Odyssey parts.
Some riders can relate more to pulling a new move on a status spot or laying claim to an NBD. Then there’s the school of riders who are more conceptual with their riding. A firm believer that the setup, and how it's ridden, takes precedence over the actual trick performed. Drew Hosselton is an alumnus from the school of conceptual street riding.
S&M are eager to please BMXers of all shapes and styles, so to cater to the park crowd, they’ve created the Dagger frame. Do sharp turns and snappy rear ends pique your interests? Follow along if so…
Grant Germain is a certifiable feeble to 180-bar ninja, I think he pulled every one in this video first try... The trick itself is an intermediate to advanced level maneuver, but I feel like there are many who could still use some tips. This is 2015 and 180 bars are more common than ever before, so have at 'em.
Colony’s Alex Hiam was christened with the Sweet Tooth frame way back in 2009, and as his height & trick list grew, so did his bike. Originally designed for kids looking to make the jump to 20” wheels, the 2016 Sweet Tooth is still available in a 19.8” top tube, but longer options are also available now that Alex is long past pint size...
I've once heard Eric Lichtenberger say that LB has too many spots... and when you ride like Eric it's easy to see why. EVERYTHING is a spot! Eric Lichtenberger is your favorite rider's favorite pegless rider.
Pickup bars... Where to even start!? While some might find this laughable, I've met plenty of legitimate pros, barspin champs even... who still can't quite figure out the pickup barspin. And as simple as this trick might be, that's the beauty of it. People do 'em to drop, Julian Arteaga did a fakie pickup bar to fakie manual, and imagine something like a pickup bar to rail 180!? We consulted with Tom Villarreal to run you through the ins and outs of the pickup barspin.
The Kink Master Clamp has a bit more thought put into it than your average post clamp. Featuring a unique custom forged pinch bolt that is broached for both 5mm and 6mm Allen keys.