In the 2020 level of BMX trickery, what makes a good street rider in most eyes is the magnitude of the maneuvers a rider is capable of. Where as some people also weigh a rider’s knowledge of spots and how they choose to ride them to a high caliber, as well. LA local Andy Persing is a fine example of the second school of thought. He put together an awesome video featuring plenty of new spots and some fresh ideas at classic spots, too.
Felix, so hot right now. Scoop one of Felix’s signature frame, sprocket or four-piece bars from the Pathfinder line by WeThePeople and get as tech as Felix himself! “Tailored perfectly […]
Phil Martin pops off for a minute straight to promote the limited edition Custard Creams frame from Fit. Loving this guy’s loose style, that fullcab down the stairs looked nuts!
The Demolition squad has been hard at work filming for different video projects lately! They recently took a trip up the Santa Cruz to hit some new spots, skateparks and […]
Couple of bros packed into an old Winnebago and hit the road through NorCal in search of good times and concrete skateparks. Looks like they definitely found both! Man, I […]
Seth Riley pops a downside whip over a step down hip for this week’s Three Angle Thursday from Free Agent. Sometimes those rusty old metal skateparks are the funnest ones!
Wow. Matt Comeau is a dude I’ll remember. Perfect mix of spots, precision, creativity, and a couple of danger clips, too. Well fucking done. Fiend holds their cards close to […]
Watching amazing flatland riding in person is absolutely unreal. 24 riders get cut down to 12 in the Semi-Finals… RESULTS: DOMINIK NEKOLNY JEAN WILLIAM PREVOST MATTHIAS DANDOIS MOTO SASAKI ALEXANDRE […]
WOW. This goes crazy hard. Filmed over the last four years, David Anderson hits bangers from coast to coast (and in China). First and last clips are both INSANE.