Milan from GetaBMX has been killing it with content lately! Not even two days after the sun set on the Woodyard Jam, he not only has a solid edit done, but also a photo gallery that you can check out HERE. Give them both a look and then tell me you don’t seriously regret not being there!
This is WAY more freeridey than what I usually post, but f*ck it, I’m psyched on Milan’s edit from Loosefest. On one hand I think it would be a blast to be getting whipped out on jumps this big, on the other I think it would completely ruin normal sized jumps for you.
I always get excited when I look through my feed and discover that Milan has dropped a new GetaBMX edit, especially when that edit is from the Lost Trails! This whole thing was filmed in just thirty minutes during a heavy international session at Lost with Milan’s crew, Lloret locals, visitors from Germany, and of course the guys who call Lost home.
A while back Milan over at GetaBMX shot over some questions to myself, The Union’s Kurt Hohberger, and Plus Size BMX’s Chris Olivier about what it’s like running a BMX website. As excited as I was to answer them, I was even more excited to see what the other guys had to say. I definitely think that most people’s perception of what it’s like to run a BMX site is far off from the actually reality of it. At least pertaining to smaller sites like ours that aren’t backed by some parent media corporation. Click on over to GetaBMX for a little enlightenment!
GetaBMX’s Milan Recknagel sure did do his fair share of getting around last year, as this 2015 highlights edit more than proves! Definitely not a bad way to get the week started, and it’s also a pretty good source of inspiration for laying out some solid traveling plans for 2016.
If you watched GetaBMX’s “So Big 3” all the way through then you no doubt already saw the minute of Tom Justice killing Monkey Bumps that capped off the video. It was a great way to end things but you can also watch it on its own now because Milan decided to upload it by itself. It’s definitely worth another few watches even if you’ve already seen it!
Usually when I see that an edit is 20 minutes long, I think to myself that there’s no way I’m going to make it the whole way through. Not only did I make it through all 21 minutes and 37 seconds of this third release in GetaBMX’s “So Big” series, I actually went back and watched a lot of it over again. I absolutely loved how the beginning captured those feelings of uncertainty that we all go through in the winter as we’re changing existing lines or building new ones, and the feelings excitement and trepidation of testing them out come spring! Grab yourself a beverage, hit play and watch as Monkey Bumps makes the transition from what it was in the fall of 2013 to what it is today!
Prior to Can You Dig It I had no idea who Milan Recknagel was. Over the last few years I’ve gotten to know Milan via chatting back and forth online and he’s grown to be someone who I not only have a lot of respect for, but also someone who I love to watch ride. Milan has his own site that he runs called GetaBMX, and he’s always posting cool content from the trips he goes on. Seeing that stuff is cool and all but the real treat is watching him ride the spot he calls home, Monkey Bumps!
There’s been an unprecedented amount of incredible footage pouring out of the woods of Eastern Pennsylvania this fall! This latest edit comes from GetaBMX’s Milan Recknagel, who made the trip over from the UK to spend a couple of weeks sampling some East Coast trails. A tweaked knee may have cut his riding plans short, but he was still able to get around enough to film this. Heal up quick bud! You’ll have to come back next year for a do over!
Here we have the second installment of GetaBMX’s K-Hole Jam edits. I was kind of curious as to how they were going to squeeze two edits out of one jam but Milan managed to pull it off. This edit is my favorite of the two though!