GT BMX Freestyle athletes Brain Kachinsky, Dan Conway and Albert Mercado were shipped to L.A. with their brand new 2020 complete bikes and set loose. See what they get up […]
GT's Brian Kachinsky not letting quarantine stop him from getting coffee, going to the gym, bowling, and of course, finding spots and proceeding to shred.
Seriously Fun was GT's full-length video from 2017, featuring the whole team getting wild in the streets. The dudes went in for this video and at 21 minutes long, it's just the right length to get you stoked, but not feel glued to the couch.
GT Bleeding Kansas trip featuring Rob Wise, Brian Kachinsky, Jason Phelan and Jeremiah Smith. This video goes heavy all the way through, but BK really delivers on the rails in this one, and that dam spot is outrageous!
GT kicks off their new YouTube with this re-up from 2015, featuring Brian Kachinsky, Rob Wise, and then team rider, Jeremiah Smith, putting on a hurtin' on the streets of LA.
Brian Kachinsky gives a thorough run down of his signature GT Globetrotter build, then he hits the streets of Barcelona and drops a couple of bangers—including a nollie tire ride down a rail. BK don't play!
For the past three years, BMX riders from across the country and beyond have been making the trek to central Florida in early Spring for the Florideah Swampfest. It has come to be one of the definitive can’t be missed events of the year, and here’s a little insight from the GT team as to why…
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.
Van Homan and Brian Kachinsky's Uncovered amateur contest series is back for a second year with their first stop at the Murasaki Skatepark in Tokyo, Japan. No doubt the Japan street scene has been booming over the last few years and the Japanese ams brought their A-game with the winner, Shota Higa, getting a spot on the wildcard team for the 2019 Battle Of Hastings.