PUSH – Separate Ways

Here’s one that I haven’t seen in at least 15 years! Justin Cummings uploaded PUSH’s Separate Ways video that came out back in 2000. The title of this video actually has some meaning, as it documents the final years of PUSH just before the crew disbanded and as you may have guessed, went their separate ways. It has some of the last footage from the original PUSH Trails before they were plowed for the first time, and it also has footage of them after they were rebuilt before being plowed again. So sit down and take a journey back to…

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Flashback: Scum Clothing Presents 1201

No offense S&M but one of the best trades I’ve ever made was back in high school when I swapped a copy of BMX Inferno for 1201. I still have it to this day and I continue to cherish it the same as I did back when I first got it. Who knows if it will even play anymore. Between myself and my friends, it definitely saw way more than it’s fair share of use until eventually being retired due to me no longer owning a working VCR. Luckily the good folks at FBM decided to upload 1201 to Vimeo…

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Flashback: 1996 Standard Commercial

This twenty year old commercial that ran in The Shady Bunch is just one of the many reasons that Standard was the end all be all of BMX awesomeness in the mid-nineties! This recording of it playing on a tv is the only trace of it I could find on the web. Even as ghetto as that is, it’s still incredible! And that table that Chuck lays down at the end…

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Flashback: PUSH – Bent Forks & Broken Bodies

Push was the absolute end all be all of trails awesomeness in the mid 90s. The trails were progressive and the riders that called the place home went on to become legends. It’s been damn near twenty years since I’ve seen their video “Bent Forks & Broken Bodies.” I don’t even remember who had a copy of it back then. Shoveldick uploaded their VERY well worn copy of the video and I couldn’t be more happy to take a trip down memory lane watching it.

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Brandan Pundai in Standard’s Domination

I bet my copy of Standard Domination breathed a sigh of relief when the last VCR I had finally died, because it saw the most useĀ of all of the BMX tapes I had. The whole video was amazing but Punjab’s part always struck a cord with me and I rewound and rewatched his section hundreds if not thousands of times. I’ve watched it so many times that still to this day when the Immigrant Song comes on the radio I picture what’s taking place in Punjab’s part right along with it!

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