Here is coverage from the 2016 New York Grands, a BMX alley cat race from Manhattan to Brooklyn. Tyrone Williams came back to defend his title, along with many other NYC riders joining in on the fun. Watch to view the highlights and find out who finished in the top ten spots.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/28/2016 10:11 PM
Watch top-notch riding from Courage Adams, Jaime González, and Sam Jones in the streets of Madrid, Spain. From amazing tricks, incredible spots, and quality film work, this is a video you don't want to pass up.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/28/2016 3:26 AM
I really enjoyed part one and two, so I knew it would be the same for the third. Here is the last installment of the "Not For Nothing" series. Riders included are Mike Stahl, Southside Mike, Aaron Sanchez, Peter Cappello, Sam Downs, Isaiah Walker, Garrett Darr, Ryan Olson, Shawn Wayne, and Stefan Cyrano Needham
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/25/2016 7:34 PM
As Cult's newest member to the squad, Justin Gautreau goes to war with the infamous El Toro stair set and comes out victorious to say the least. The thought of whipping down something like this is absolutely nuts in itself. The fact that he did it with a lady in a golf cart in front of the stairs trying to shut it down makes it almost unbelievable. Press play!
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/25/2016 6:19 PM
Absolutely insane riding from Logan Martin, Daniel Dhers, Kenneth Tencio, Nick Bruce, Josh Perry, Jack Clark, Mike Varga, Daniel Sandoval, and the rest of the guys in the final round of the second FISE World stop of 2016.
Posted by kylecarlson on 7/24/2016 2:03 AM
Raw clips with Merritt's Tony Hamlin, Billy Perry, Justin Seiller, and Mike Stahl during a day's work on a few New Jersey spots.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/21/2016 5:23 PM
A food sponsor sounds pretty awesome to me. Watch Kevin Kalkoff and Thomas Benedetti cruise the streets for a burger restaurant called The Roster.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/21/2016 4:34 PM
Anthony Perrin and Matthias Dandois joined forces in the streets of Paris for a couple days to crank out this edit. As it turns out, they worked well as a team and produced an impressive batch of tricks in a short amount of time. Check it out...
Posted by Karl Poynter on 7/20/2016 7:56 PM