Heavy very well may be an understatement! Dylan Stark vlogs his way through a Wetlands session that consist of pretty much a who’s who of BMX and MTB pros. If there was ever a day to be down there to watch a show, this was it!
Colony has gone and given Anthony Napolitan a signature product in the way of these new Bio Mech handlebars. Two pieces of heat treated multi-butted chromoly tubing come together to form a set of bars with a rise of 8.9″, width of 29″, back sweep of 10.5° and up sweep of 2°. They’re available from Colony dealers worldwide in your choice of either black or chrome.
Now this is my kind of bike check; 90% riding, 10% bike check! Though it does only highlight the Colony componentry on Anthony’s bike.
00:38 and 08:17 are are the times you want to remember/jump to in this latest Tall Order webisode. The first one is a bit of hilarity as some tweaker takes himself out by running into a pedestrian on the Hermosa Beach Pier. The second is a HEATED session at the Oakley Trails with Corey Bohan, Chris Doyle, Clint Reynolds, Anthony Napolitan and Sergio Layos!
Looks like the official edit for round two of the UK BMX Dirt Series is a mix of drone footage from that last edit I posted and some regular non-aerial footage. It also looks like they decided to give a little nod to Prettyshady with the soundtrack! Full results HERE.
We get minute or so of Colony’s Anthony Napolitan, Nathan Sykes and Victor Salazar riding Sanctuary’s interesting trails setup before they move on to the park stuff of their trip. It’s right after the intro and digging b-roll, so just click play to get into it.
Profile has a bike check up on Anthony Napolitan’s current build that features Colony’s trails friendly “Tradition” frame, a slew of Profile parts, and even some rainbow titanium spokes. What’s not on there is brakes, but according to Anthony they are “coming soon.” Click HERE to have a look at what he’s been roasting The Wetlands on!
After several years without a bike sponsor, our friend Anthony Napolitan has found himself a home on the Colony squad. I never realized it until now but Colony has a frame called the Tradition that actually has geometry geared towards trails. That’s what Anthony is riding, and I’ll definitely be taking more of a look into it in the future. Anyway, congrats to Anthony on his new gig! Apparently he’s already got something in the works with fellow Colony teammate Nathan Sykes. I’m very much looking forward to seeing what that is!
Usually I make fun of slow motion edits by hiding a link to Juvenile’s “Slow Motion” somewhere in the description, but I’ll be damned, Torque BMX and Anthony Napolitan went ahead and did it for me by using it as the soundtrack to this compilation of Anthony’s #slowmotionmonday Instagram clips. Too funny!
I’m psyched to see that the Ride boys switched things up and headed out to Wetlands to film this edit. Lots of heavy hitters in here, but I think the star is the epic (and I try not to use that word) dirt spine they have going on out there. Christ man! I’ve seen a few attempts at dirt spines over the years but never one that actually worked as well as the one in here.