I knew I spotted little Tioga FS100 influence in Hucker’s new signature Demolition Hammerhead tires! Hucker confirms that and breaks down just how these new rubbers came to be in a little interview over on Demolition’s site. Give it a read HERE!
We’ll just go ahead and knock out all out Hucker related news now! He also has some new signature tires from Demolition that just dropped. The Hammerhead tires have a micro-knurled wraparound rectangular tread pattern and are available in street and trails versions (same tread pattern, just raised up a bit on the trails version). Both can be pumped up to 110 psi, feature a long lasting rubber compound and are available in 2.25″ and 2.4″ sizes. How long is long lasting you may ask. Well, according to Demolition, Hucker rode the same pair of sample tires for almost and…
I had all but forgotten about the rad Chris Doyle X Anthem pivotal seats that Demolition had done a few years back; that was until they posted on Instagram yesterday about them being on clearance for only $14.99. You’d be hard pressed to find any pivotal seat that cheap, let alone one that looks as good as this. Demolition’s web store is where you’ll find the deal!
Matt Cordova takes it to all terrains in this promo for his new signature Demolition MC seat, but 02:52 is where you’ll want to head to get to the one that matters around here!
Head on over to the Demolition site for a look at Hucker’s current bike setup and some photos of him putting it to use at his new Oakley dirt playground. Also pay attention to the front tire he has on there because it’s a sample of his new signature Hammerhead trail tire from Demolition!
This time of year always brings news of sponsorship changes and shakeups. I’m sure this one won’t set the internet on fire with the same ferocity as the news that Chase Hawk was cut from Odyssey, but it is worth mentioning. 2016 is looking good for Matt Cordova, as he’s gotten the bump up to the Demolition pro team (I can’t believe / had no idea he wasn’t on the pro team in the first place) and also found a spot on SE Bikes’ team of stylish West Coast riders. Definitely looking forward to seeing more from him this year!
Matt Cordova teamed up with photographer Joey Cobbs on a pretty out of the box nighttime photo shoot at the FOD Trails. It was complete with fog machines, colored lights, and Matt even did his best Keith Gower impression by rocking a headlamp. The photos turned out pretty amazing! You can check them out along with a quick interview and bike check on Matt’s ride over on Demolition’s site.
Man, I was hoping this summer Demolition edit from Matt Cordova was going to be at least half trails, but unfortunately we only get a couple of nibbles at 01:58 and 02:19.
Verde and Demolition’s Takayuki Sugisaka has one fine looking trail machine, and you can check it out in detail over on the Motocross International site. I’ve loved that silver vein finish ever since back in the day when Hutch did it and called it Futuristic Black! Spotted on The Union
Just spotted this Brian Castillo shot FOD gallery over on the Demolition site and had to post up my favorite picture from it. The D-Man has some of the finest no-footed cans in the game, and damn did this hip at FOD let him stretch out the ol’ legs! Bust on over to the Demolition site and check out a couple more Doyle pics, as well as some from Kris Fox and Matt Cordova.