The crews from Profile, FBM, and QBP stop in at Trolley Bikes in Wilmington, Delaware as part of their 2016 Maiden America Tour. Watch the team guys and local riders shred a flat rail in front of the shop, in addition to a heavy session at one of the better DIY spots I've seen.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/29/2016 7:52 PM
Fox gives a glimpse into the lives of Austin, Texas based riders Chase Hawk, Aaron Ross, Sean Sexton, and Nina Buitrago. In this, you get a chance to take an interesting look into their day-to-day routines and watch them throw down at a few concrete parks.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/29/2016 7:35 PM
Nick Bruce takes you along for the ride on his journey to the Russian X-Challenge event. With the surprise news of the event getting canceled after arriving, Nick links up with fellow riders Colton Walker, Daniel Sandoval, Andy Buckworth, and more to make the best of it. Watch to see how all of it went down.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/29/2016 4:51 AM
For the release of his signature Mankind Getaway frame, Isaac Lesser traveled to the cities of Sydney, Brisbane, London, Essex, Brighton, and Barcelona racking up a total of 21,000 miles to film this promo edit. Great riding paired with stellar camera work. Hit play!
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/27/2016 2:24 AM
At this point, it's clear that there isn't any rail setup Dan Coller can't take on. Press play to witness Dan destroy rail after rail with crooks, x-up grinds, and plenty more for the release of his signature colorway available in the Kink Titan frame.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/25/2016 10:57 PM
Not only has Nate Wessel been an influential pro rider, but he's been a big part in the progression of BMX because of his ramp building as well. Chances are you've ridden a ramp built by him. This piece gives insight into his early days of building Chenga World and the world's first wooden rhythm section to creating ramps for Woodward, Simple Session, X Games, Nitro Circus, and many more.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/25/2016 9:57 PM
Scotty Cranmer and his crew drive to the concrete park in Sayreville, New Jersey to discover it has been closed due to construction. Instead of letting it ruin the session, they decided to check off a 20 trick list by riding street spots found in the surrounding area.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/25/2016 8:46 PM
Kriss Kyle and Alex Donnachie jump in a campervan and hit the road hunting down some of the world's most interesting wall ride setups. They start in Edinburgh, Scotland and work their way to Lyon, France. With these two names, you already know incredibly creative riding took place.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/24/2016 7:55 PM
While healing up from a fractured knuckle, Ricky Catanzariti used his time to assemble his favorite Instagram clips from 2015 into one edit. Have you ever seen a crankflip flair before? I didn't think so. Witness that and much more right here!
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/24/2016 5:49 PM
Austrialian Vital member anonymous_bmxer has one dialed bike. A trans orange Colony Monash team designed frame, signature Nathan Sykes Locals Only seat, Profile Mini SS cassette, Odyssey tires, and much more. Check it out!
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/23/2016 8:39 PM
Garrett Reynolds hits you with ten highly impressive tricks and lines in the streets of Shanghai. With no music or extensive editing, this video is raw and straight to the point showing yet again why Garrett is one of the best riders in the world!
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/23/2016 4:24 AM
Somehow this footage of Danny Hickerson shredding a backyard ramp from five years ago slipped through the cracks. It's been quite some time since we've seen the Hickerson name pop up, so this should be a treat for a lot of you. Enjoy.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/22/2016 11:24 PM
When watching Sean's mind-blowing clips in the recent Cult / Vans video, it made me think back to his East Coast roots at The Incline Club. Even at just 14-years-old, it was clear that Sean had something special. Throw it back, watch this, and rejoice.
Posted by kylecarlson on 8/22/2016 8:04 PM
Watch as Colony's Tim Storey and Jayden Fuller clock in a solid session at an Australian concrete park in Nerang, Queensland. From clicked lookbacks to up rail grinds with double bars out, these two bring a wide variety of moves to the table.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 8/22/2016 5:47 PM