GT's Mason Ritter has made it a habit to customize his shoes, frame, and more with his signature ornate designs and now he shares the process while painting a fresh helmet—followed by a session at the trails.
Salt Lake City has always been synonymous with awesome BMX riders and GT's Tristen Cooper is part of the new breed keeping the legacy going with his aggressive street moves.
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.
GT's Tate Roskelley takes us behind the scenes of his his Quarantine Contraption and gives an in-depth explanation and discusses some of the hurdles they experienced along the way. I
With an impressive DVD collection and a driveway full of ramps, GT's Dan Conway combined the two for some quarantine fun by watching old videos and then trying to relearn some throwback tricks out in the yard.
Leave it to GT's Mad Mike to ride a log in a friggin' gravel driveway! Mike's local DIY spot is temporarily closed due to quarantine and stay at home measures so he brought the session home...
Give GT's Tate Roskelley a stay at home order and the ideas go into overdrive. The result is the Quarantine Contraption. A one-of-a-kind creation that gives a nod to Rube Goldberg and still incorporates BMX.
GT has been steadily adding the re-ups to their new channel and they dropped a banger today featuring Albert Mercado and Jeff Purdy hitting the streets and ditches in Phoenix, Arizona
With today being the original date for the 2020 Swampfest and it being postponed until May 23, GT hit us with this throwback to their maiden voyage to Swampfest in 2018.
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.
Albert Mercado shows you the versatility of GT’s new Safe Street pegs, they’ll grind on anything! Loved that wall smith to fakie pegs line.
Tate Roskelley's Instagram videos are always super creative, wacky, and memorable. Here's his best of Instagram 2019 for GT.
GT just announced the addition of three new riders to the team including San Diego shredders Parker Heath and Maty "Ratty Matty" Stockton and Mason Ritter from Pittsburgh. Can't wait to see what GT has in store with these guys.