Three minutes of fresh in your face flowly Gaspar Guendulain footage shot all around Long Beach and neighboring San Pedro by Stephan August. Gaspar can do no wrong. Love this! […]
Eclat's Jordan Okane puts the Cortex wheels through some punishment with massive drops and they just keep on rolling. Peep the wheels that entire eclat Pro team run—available in Front, Cassette or Freecoaster.
A departure from the heavy line up of bad-ass peg bosses Salt Lake City is known for, Jon Tinsley handles his business sans the pegs and is instead savy with the fastplants, backward manuals, and fakie 180s.
Brendan Tombow makes great use of the treasure trove of spots the Inland Empire area of SoCal has to offer with a barrage of technical grind combos.
New York City the backdrop that helped define modern day street riding. So it comes as little surprise that Matthias Dandois is pulling inspiration from those same city streets for his signature hybrid blend of flat and street.
DeMarcus Paul is officially riding for GT and wasted no time getting together this quick, yet strong dose of Deemo doing his thing in the streets of San Diego and LA.
Checkout WeThePeople's new heavy hitter, Nico Van Loon's fresh bike. A WeThePeople Doomsayer frame decked out with WTP parts and a touch of Eclat—all black with a smidge of red. This bike looks dope!
Bumscat (Andy Persing) bringing you six minutes worth of Los Angeles locals riding mostly untapped spots all over urban sprawl. Andy puts in the time to find fresh terrain and it shows.
Long Beach / LA locs Tom Villarreal, Augie Simoncini, Raul Ruiz, Mario Gorman, and Chris Mortenson get some sun in LA ditches then hop a fence and catch some shade at a local park.
Colony's Clint Millar proves once again that age is just a number with his 46th birthday session. So awesome. Happy Birthday Clint!
X Games chronicles Pat Casey's BMX history, from his racing roots, to beating Dave Mirra at his first Pro contest, to eventually raising the bar with his wild never been done fakie mini ramp tricks—like the fakie cashroll.
Tom Villarreal has been getting busy on both sides of camera with his new endeavor, Villarreal Visuals. His latest video features Tom, Jeff Wescott, and Mario Gorman having a day around the port in San Pedro.
Dennis Enarson gives a little backstory on the development of his updated backyard ramp for Skatelite.
You may recognize the surname... Jeremy Shorty is the brother of LA local S&M rail shredder Justin Shorty. And it's clear that BMX is in the blood with the Shorty family.
The Work frames squad, John Corts, Brad Gibbs, Andrew Vargason, and Tom Beckman have a day around State College, PA with a heavy park session and wrap up the day with some street at the actual State College.
Matty Aquizap is the newest member of the Relic team and they kicked it off proper with two minutes of Matty shredding shot by Darryl Tocco. What a treat this video is! Like watching poetry in motion.
Matthias Dandois is now riding for the watch brand Swatch. Hit play to see Matthias having a good time in the streets of New York with his signature blend of street and flatland.