The GT squad love Swampfest so much they brought even more riders down for the wild weekend this year, including Albert Mercado, Brian Kachinsky, Dan Conway, Leandro Moriera, as well as Tristen Cooper, Mad Mike Guth, and 16-year-old shredder Gustavo Balaloka from Brazil. The dudes put a hurting on the street/ramp course and hit plenty of laps on the trails too.
This video is so damn good! Trey Jones and crew got wacky and creative on his backyard ramp with lots of fire, smashed lightbulbs, and the best use for a skateboard I've seen yet. Hit play be entertained.
Mike Hinkens has been sparking up many interesting and thought provoking conversations via his Imprimatur site and podcast, and the folks at Different Spokes turned the table and hit Mike with the questions. Mike has a deep rooted history in BMX and the Midwest scene and this is a great listen.
I love watching crew videos and getting exposed to new riders and seeing their spots and how they ride them. If you're into that sort of thing too, then rejoice with this 15-plus minute piece from the UK's 4Pegs crew.
While you've been sleeping, Fit and Ethan Corriere have been working on his signature frame and pegs. Peep the photos and specs on Ethan's tech street certified Sleeper frame and new smaller diameter Sleeper pegs, which feature a chromoly ring insert to help keep the sleeve from crushing or any other unwanted interference while you're trying to get your grind on.
Chuck Covey's welcome to Nowear BMX video is loose and wild, but he gets it done. Pay close attention at 1:30, no-handed frontflip where he touches the deck with his hands? WTF!
Yumi is a master at making the most mundane objects into something trickable and there's plenty of that in his latest effort for Primo x Hourglass Theory.
No kickflips, just a couple crankflips squeezed into already insanely tech combos... Odyssey's Matt Nordstrom is what BMX from the future looks like, only he's doing it now. It's Sunday, so watch this then get super hyped for your day out in the streets!
Stranger's latest opus, Plush, feature's new recruit Jordan Capece, along with the rest of squad shredding spots to bits as a whole. Stranger is on fire right now.
Lewis Mills has all the tricks and that swaggy style to match. This kid is so damn good it makes my eyes hurt. Watch Lewis absolutely kill it for Eclat now.
Here’s a 420 trail jam in the S&M holy land of Southern California. This video gave me some nostalgia from the booming SoCal trail scene from the late 90s with these trails looking like an HD version of Soil or BMX Inferno.
Wow! Them Haro boys done good with this one! Lisbon provided the spots, Haro brought the diverse riding styles of Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Matthias Dandois, Ryan Nyquist, and Mike Gray, and Doeby Huynh delivered on the filming and edit. This is an amazing video, nothing else needs to be said.
Sit back for almost five minutes of sessions from Bondi Beach and other parks with the likes of Corey Walsh, Matt Cordova, and Dennis Enarson absolutely shredding, then move onto the Five Dock park for a healthy dose of unseen footage from the first stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series.
With Mark Burnett and Jake Seeley meeting up with Long Beach resident Brandon Begin, we planned to film a Drop The Pin, but with a delayed start and some car issues, we were forced to keep it local. We added Zach Krejmas to the squad and then rolled out to a couple local spots and unearthed a few fresh nugs along the way.
You'd have to reach back into the deepest realms of your imagination to think of a transition trick that Logan Martin and Jaie Toohey couldn't do. They recently did a "call the shots' via Instagram and nailed every trick called out with textbook precision. These guys are the definition of what it means to be dialed.
Some classic backyard mini with a spine action from a laundry list of riders—both local to New Orleans and visiting pos. The from the deck angles get a little monotonous after awhile, but the variety of styles keeps it entertaining.
Chase Krolicki whipped, flipped, and spun his pink ride all over some unseen Florida spots and wrapped it all up in the traditional Florida BMX way, with a roof clip.
If you follow @moeller_chris on Instagram, then you're probably already familiar with the "Hey Chris What's Up?" videos. They're always entertaining and/or interesting and it was only a matter of time before S&M got it going on the old YouTube as well. They decided to go ahead and open the floodgates for Episode 1 and invite the viewers to comment on what they'd like to know about / see at S&M.
This is probably going to be the cutest thing you'll see on the internet today. Chris Moeller (the dude at Fit/S&M) had his daughter Jeri head down to the cage at The Building to build up a fresh Fit 12" Misfit with help of uncle Dougie. Once you've had enough of the cuteness, think of a little shredder you know and hook 'em up or try to win the free Misfit by following the instructions at the end of the video.
Craig Passero is a clip getting machine—whether it's street, park, or trails. Here's a collection of absurd technical combos from the dude who can get a clip on anything. And that backward 60/40 was one of the best ones ever done.