Totally missed this one when it came out back in June, but here it is now! Outside Magazine had Cam McCaul catch up with Chase Hawk for a session at Austin’s legendary 9th Street Trails. It made me laugh a bit that Cam was caught off guard by just how many BMX pros live in Austin.
Holy hell, I can’t believe it’s been almost two months since I did a flashback post. I knew it had been a bit, but damn! Hopefully this video that Joe Rich cooked up eight years ago for Fox will make up for me dropping the ball for so long. I mean, if six minutes of Chase Hawk and Ruben Alcantara doing Chase Hawk and Ruben Alcantara things at various Spanish trails doesn’t make up for it, I don’t know what will.
I really wasn’t expecting to actually watch all 18 minutes of this, but between Tom’s unique brand of commentary and the raw footage of him, Chase Hawk, Mike Saavedra, Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley and Heath Pinter shredding Palm just before it was torn down, I found myself all the way at the end before I even realized. Spotted on Ride BMX
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The wait is almost over! In just two short weeks Pumped BMX 3 will be available for both iOS and Android! It’s almost certain that there will be a worldwide drop in productivity immediately following the release. Better get everything you need to get done before September 29th rolls around!
Start getting excited now because Pumped BMX 3 will be available this summer! As you probably figured out from that image above, this time you’ll have quite the cast of characters to play with! There’s no exact release date just yet, but they are promising more news on it and all the new game features in the coming weeks. If you haven’t figured out just who’s who in the image above, you can check out closeups of each rider after the jump. They look awesome!!!!
Being the over-analytical product nerd that I am, one of the first things that came to mind when Cult debuted their TRF frame was that they didn’t have a fork to go with it. Sure they make forks, but they all have steeper offsets that make them more of a compliment to street frames than they would be to a trails frame with its slacker head tube. Apparently they were were thinking the same thing, as this picture of a sample of one of their Sect forks with a 32mm offset popped up on product designer Neal Wood’s Instagram. While…
Joe has been posting a bunch of classic edits that he’s had a hand in over on the T1 site. I had all but forgotten about this motowhip how-to that he filmed with Chase Hawk back in 2009. Man, I watched this at least a dozen times when it came out! It didn’t help my whips at all but watching Chase do these sure is candy for the eyes.
Eastside pops into my head every time I see something on the news about the flooding down in Texas. I realize a lot of other trails down there are dealing with the same thing, but I can actually picture the damage at Eastside because the first time I ever went there was right after a flood. I’ve had this old Chase Hawk edit that James Stevens made chillen in my bookmarks for quite some time now. It’s cool to look back and see how much the trails have grown since then. I can only imagine how much they’ll probably grow…
I’ve been using a golf travel bag to fly with my bike for the past 15 years. I roll with the cheapo ones that you can find at Sports Authority, but if you want to be baller you can go with one of Odyssey‘s new “Hawks Nest” bags. It’s modeled after traditional golf travel bags, but they snuck in a few cool features to make it even more suited for traveling with a bike. Here we have Chase Hawks demonstrating some of those features while also showing you how to best go about putting your bike in it.