Been meaning to bump Jonny’s welcome to S&M edit back up to the top for a while now. You definitely won’t regret giving it another watch or two!
S&M ‘s Joe Simpson is one of those dudes who somehow seems to fly under the radar, but then an edit like this drops and reminds you that the dude seriously kills it. I highly doubt there’s anyone else who looks as good flowing through a line not doing any tricks, yet can fire out a mid-line decade on a whim.
With a little help from Woody, Clint builds himself up a fresh rig and then gives it a shakedown in the Credence bowl. No trails, but I’m ok with it!
What more can I say about Jonny that I haven’t said already? There’s nobody out there more BMX than he is, and nobody more deserving of a spot on the S&M squad than him. It should go without saying that Jonny slays it in his Welcome to S&M edit, but I can’t go without mentioning James Fox’s work behind the lens. If anyone out there needs a lesson on how to tastefully work drone footage into an edit, watch this and take notes!
A street rider sponsored by Fit riding dirt while decked out in full S&M race gear? A complete bike from Fit with graphics that pay homage to a classic frame from S&M? The boss man Chris Moeller letting someone steal his helmet and then roost him? This is interesting on all kinds of different levels!
You know it’s going to be a good day when you wake up to find that S&M has put the full length Credence “Feel My Chest Muscles I’m A Trail Builder” DVD online! Now you just need to find yourself somewhere at work where you can hideout for 30 minutes so you can watch it.
Fuck yeah! Jonny Mackellar is now officially rocking the S&M Shield through Australia’s BMX International distro. I’m not going to lie, I always kind of thought Jonny was on S&M anyway. You’d really be hard pressed to find anyone who better embodies the brand’s image. Anyway, congrats to Jonny and to S&M!
I know for a fact that a lot of you have been waiting for this announcement! The wait is over for Matty Aquizap’s signature S&M Credence “Black Magic” frame. It doesn’t look like any of the mail orders have them in quite yet, but you can damn sure snatch one up right now straight from the S&M Store for $354.95. Now will it make you go as high as Matty? Probably not, but it’s built tough as fuck in case you hang up trying to do so. One touch that I’m particularly fond of is the 5″ tall headset so…
Ride BMX posted a bike check on Matty Aquizap’s whip, which of course features the final prototype of his upcoming signature Credence “Black Magic” frame. I know a lot of you are excited about that one, so head over there and check it out up close, along with the run down of what parts he has it built up with. Peep it HERE
We’ve seen plenty of photos from S&M’s 30 Year Party, now thanks to Charlie Crumlish, it’s time to live it through live action video!