Heavy very well may be an understatement! Dylan Stark vlogs his way through a Wetlands session that consist of pretty much a who’s who of BMX and MTB pros. If there was ever a day to be down there to watch a show, this was it!
I love Tom Justice’s riding, but man do I sure wish that he rode for a more reputable company. I can’t hate though; you got to take what you can get if you want to try to pay the bills with BMX money.
Ashton Nau and his dad Mike are always out traveling the country shredding any and everything they come across. Mike has been breaking out the camera to document their adventures, and this kick ass edit is the result. Now we just need Ash to grab the camera so that we can get an edit of Mike riding!
Now this is my kind of bike check; 90% riding, 10% bike check! Though it does only highlight the Colony componentry on Anthony’s bike.
Matt Cordova and Nathan Sykes bring a good mix of style and tricks to F.O.D., Bundy and Wetlands in this latest edit in DIG’s “DIG Trails” series. It’s always a treat watching these guys roast their local spots but I can’t help but want to see what they would bring to some East Coast trails.
Tomáš Kudrnáč, who I must say has an excellent taste when it comes to his choice of t-shirts, sure has been getting around lately. Vápenka, the MT Trails, Leipzig, Eastside, and the Wetlands, that’s the rundown of all the spots he rides in this new edit. Hopefully the dude has a good milage rewards program! Spotted on checktrails
Red Bull sent Hadrien Picard off to California to document Hucker living the dream at home in Huntington Beach. I find myself becoming even more of a fan of Hucker every time one of these pieces on him comes out. There’s lots of riding from Sheep, Wetlands and the Stay Strong Compound in this one, so hit play and enjoy the show that only Hucker can put on. Kris Fox even has a few guest clips! After your done watching you can check out some photos that Hadrien shot to go along with it HERE.
We’ll get things going on this fine Friday morning with some trickery performed from Australia to California by Tom Bridges.
Usually I make fun of slow motion edits by hiding a link to Juvenile’s “Slow Motion” somewhere in the description, but I’ll be damned, Torque BMX and Anthony Napolitan went ahead and did it for me by using it as the soundtrack to this compilation of Anthony’s #slowmotionmonday Instagram clips. Too funny!
I’m psyched to see that the Ride boys switched things up and headed out to Wetlands to film this edit. Lots of heavy hitters in here, but I think the star is the epic (and I try not to use that word) dirt spine they have going on out there. Christ man! I’ve seen a few attempts at dirt spines over the years but never one that actually worked as well as the one in here.