“Brian Histand was a great human and an incredible BMX rider. On May 15th, 2013, Brian Histand went missing. Three years later his bones were found in the desert of Phoenix, Arizona. Brian learned a lot of his bike skills at Middletown Skatepark in Langhorne, PA. A new skatepark is being built by 5th Pocket Skateparks in place of the old Middletown Skatepark. Ride PA BMX is starting a fundraiser for a Histand memorial bowl at the new skatepark. $60K is our goal; if we reach our goal, a bowl will be built in memory of Brian. Please help us reach our goal by clicking here. – RidePABMX
Fly Bikes‘ Sem Kok roasts through California’s FOD trails for this quick new edit. Who needs music when you have the sweet sound of tires rolling on hard packed dirt?
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