Fit got the band together and loaded up the van for a weekend tour of the SoCal streets. Austin Augie got a little too kinky, Max Miller fell out of the sky, Jordan Hango did the unthinkable (yet again), and so much more...
Felix repeats at Simple Session! Absolutely incredible.
Broc Raiford's qualifying winning runs from the two runs, overall impression format at Simple Session 2020.
Odyssey's At Ease, featuring incredible riding from Jacob Cable, Murray Loubser, Hilario Olivos, Chase Krolicki, Jerome Odesa, Jarren Barboza and Preston Okert, matched with the impeccable camera work by Zach Krejmas.
Despite the current upheaval in the streets of Chile from the civil protests stemming from a raise in the Santiago Metro's subway fare, the Rompelacleta crew haven't slowed down.
Go behind the scenes with Ty Morrow and Calvin Kosovich during the making of his section for Vans Shimmer. A Ty Morrow video part is nothing short of a work of art.
Courage Adams recently went back to Nigeria for the first time since leaving, where he connected with the Lagos BMX scene, visited his family, and got to experience his country of origin in a whole new way.
BMX legends Ruben Alcantara and Garrett Byrnes, along with Mike Bennett and Ari Cruz retrofitted some 20" BMX bikes with mountain bike suspension and some extra knobby tires and took them to the mountain.
From the calm, cool and collectedness of Calvin Kosovich while sending it down all sorts of rails, to the smoothness of Andrew Castaneda, to the tech master of Bruno Hoffman, Haze is a behind the scenes look with the dudes while filming for Vans Shimmer.
Sinco is a small crew of riders from northern Italy, living in the suburbs of Milan. Here they are putting a hurting on their local park and some street spots, captured via their phones.
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.
Metal pegs, rough ledges galore, purple Skavenger frames, and Wu-Tang... heavy Northeast 2010 street throwback vibes coming from Siberia! This video is for those who like to grind.
Sometimes it really does come easy, sometimes it looks like it does, but it sure as hell didn't. Here's 16 minutes of slams from the filming of Kink's recently released full-length, Champagne.
Broc Raiford's insane section from the Disco Stew DVD video that dropped in September of 2018. Broc is a video part filming madman!
You may have seen the wild video of (then 16 year-old) Christian Arehart sending flair drop-ins, double backflips, flip double whips, and more on some rickety looking backyard obstacles. Here's your chance to get more familiar with the largely unknown shredder, who from the looks of it has a bright future in BMX.
Tate Roskelley's Instagram videos are always super creative, wacky, and memorable. Here's his best of Instagram 2019 for GT.