Dan’s Comp x etnies Tour Edit – The Official
Sep12

Dan’s Comp x etnies Tour Edit – The Official

The official edit of the Dan’s Comp X etnies Tour from May 2011. Featuring the riding of Corey Martinez, Tony Hamlin, Nathan Williams, Chase Dehart and...

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Ride BMX Magazine – Summer Edit
Sep08

Ride BMX Magazine – Summer Edit

A few months ago I was lucky enough to scoop up the Canon 5D Mark II. My original intent for the camera was for studio photography because of the high pixel …   ESPN photo contributor Jeremy Pavia recently met up with Fit Bike Co. rider Raul Ruiz in Riverside, Calif., to snap some shots for us of his new whip. Ruiz just built up a new kit from a Fit Benny L. frame. Raul is one of those riders out there who keeps it real and does his own thing regardless of any trends or talk about what is “hot” at the moment. Raul likes to rep hard for the companies he’s down with and that is all there is to it. He abuses his bikes just as equally too and having a solid setup is essential for him. Here are a few questions and some photos of his freshest kit from Fit Bike Co. ESPN: Anything crazy about your set up?Ruiz: Nah, just simple 4 pegs and brakeless.Are you super picky when it comes to riding certain parts, having your bars a certain width or anything like that?Yeah, I am kind of… I’ll fix anything that got tweaked before I go out to ride.What is the oldest part on your bike?Ah, my back wheel.How often do you set up a new kit?Not too often I like having a bike I’m used...

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Chad Kerley Pro Team Edit
Jul19

Chad Kerley Pro Team Edit

  Chad Kerley’s signature CK jeans from Markit Denim are back in stock and what a better way to announce the fresh release than with an insane promo edit. I must admit, I really thought this one will be a little easier, but we all know Chad, he just can not go easy. Maybe it is easy for him, but it is far from easy for all the rest of us immortals. Two minutes of Chad Kerley madness just for you and when you are done watching, head over toMarkit web site, use code CKALLDAY and score yourself free shipping. Now back to the video, this is technical as shit. It really is and that is what CK’s riding is all about. The up double peg grind on that small rail to tailwhip out straight into a hop over rail and drop truck driver. Or the double peg to hard 180 to fakie tailwhip over a set of stairs. Oh, and that nose manual line on that ridiculously high ledge. I could continue highlighting every single trick combos in here, because every single one deserves it. But I will stop and try not ruining everything for you. Hit play and see this madness for yourself. New Premium Pro...

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Kink House Welcome Edit BMX
Jun16

Kink House Welcome Edit BMX

Kink House Welcome Edit. Video Rating: 5 / 5       FREESTYLE: Freestyle BMX is bicycle motocross stunt riding on BMX bikes. It is an extreme sport descended from BMX racing that consists of five disciplines: street, park, vert, trails, and flatland. History Early years Freestyling can be traced back to 1975 when kids started riding bikes in concrete Escondido reservoir channels in San Diego, California. And, bike riders were seen in 1976 riding at Carlsbad Skatepark in Carlsbad, California.  Skateboarder Magazinepublished photos of kids on bikes riding in empty swimming pools in 1975. Bob Haro and John Swanguen rode BMX bikes at Skateboard Heaven, a concrete skatepark in San Diego, California in late 1976. Later they transformed freestyle beyond skateparks by creating new bike tricks on flat streets. In the fall of 1977 Bob Harowas hired as a staff artist at BMX Action Magazine where he befriended R.L. Osborn, son of the magazine publisher Bob Osborn. Haro and R.L. often practiced freestyle moves in their free time. In the summer of 1978, Paramount, Lakewood, and other Southern California skateparks began reserving sessions or whole days exclusively for BMX bikes. BMX racer Tinker Juarez was innovating freestyle moves in vert bowls. BMX Action Magazine published the first freestyle how-to article in their January/February 1979 issue which showed Bob Haro doing a “rock walk.” BMX bike riders also performed a demonstration show in 1979 during a skate competition at Rocky Mountain Surf Skatepark in Salt Lake City, Utah. Towards the end of 1979, Bob Haro and R.L. Osborn formed the BMX Action Trick Team and later began performing freestyle shows at BMX races and other events. After the BMXA Trick Team became known, other organized trick teams were founded and quickly gained prominence. The freestyling movement at this point was very much underground. Although several BMX manufacture-sponsored freestyle teams were touring the US, they were promoting the sport of BMX in general, not specifically freestyle. The American Freestyle Association (AFA) was the first governing body for BMX freestyle, founded by Bob Morales in 1982. Bob Osborn founded a slick quarterly magazine devoted solely to freestyle. In the summer of 1984, Freestylin’ Magazine made its debut. The BMX world suddenly noticed the sport’s massive potential. Manufacturers hurried to the drawing boards to develop new freestyle bikes, components, and accessories, and began searching for talented riders to sponsor. Bike shops began stocking freestyle products. The AFA began to put on organized flatland and quarter-pipe...

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Scott Steele riding
Jun03

Scott Steele riding

PracticeBMX.com.       Randall Scott Steele (born February 26, 1958 in Newport, Rhode Island) is a former American competitive sailor and Olympic silver medalist. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, Steele finished in 2nd place in the men’s windsurfing competition. He attended St. Mary’s College of Maryland where he sailed on the schools nationally ranked windsurfing team. Full name: Randall Scott Steele Gender: Male Height: 5’8″ (173 cm) Weight: 130 lbs (59 kg) Born: February 26, 1958 (Age 56) in Newport, Rhode Island, United States Country:  United States Sport: Sailing Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)...

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