Paul Langlands is one of those guys who is crazy off his ass in the best possible way! He’s been pretty notorious for sending himself over some massive jumps in the past, but this looks to be one hell of a challenge he set himself up for! We saw some photos surface on Instagram a little while back, but now we can finally see what he’s been working away on for a while now! Nothing short of HAULING ASS and sending it!
“Part one of Paul Langland’s series ‘The Hills’. The journey of this shovel-built, natural terrain set of BMX jumps will not only push Langers limits but step him into the next frontier of BMX dirt. A budget of $0 and no earth moving machinery. It’s just one guy, a big dream, a shovel, hundreds of man hours and a 20-inch BMX, getting it done.
Director/Editor: Ryan McCrae
God is An Astronaut – Echoes
65 Days of Static – Aren’t we all running
Metalica – The God that failed
65 Days of Static – Radio Protector
Parkway Drive – Begin”
When we look back at 2014 and think about up and coming riders that really caught our attention, we always think of Courage Adams. After a few years of hard work, he was given the well deserved bump up to the Flybikes and Red Bull Spain pro teams and his riding just keeps getting better and better every single time we see his name pop up! We didn’t know a ton about Courage beyond who he is riding for, that he always seems very positive and has a smile on his face and just how incredibly good he is. So, we figured it was time to get ahold of him for an interview! Let’s see just what he had to say! If you don’t have Courage on your radar yet… You are blowing it!
Name: Courage Adams
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We have always been a big fan of Dan Foley and his pretty minimalistic style that applies to his riding and his setups! This past week, we were treated to his signature Cadence frame promo from Wethepeople and we were loving the look of his setup! We figured now was no better time than ever to get a closer look at Dan’s current setup he’s running, talk about the Cadence frame and find out what else is new with him! Let’s get into this!
Name: Dan Foley
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Although The Bakery was forced to close its doors lately, Brian Kachinsky and the rest of the crew are still making things happen! They recently built a rail at 4Seasons Skatepark in Milwaukee for a jam and went to work breaking it in for this new video! Check out Mike Hinkens, Jeff Klugiewicz, Jeff Dowhen, Dylan McCauley, Grant Castelluzzo, Trent McDaniel, Timmy Theus and Brian Kachinsky putting their pegs to proper use!
The Orange Line Project crew coming through with their twelfth mixtape filled with street gold for you to check out! This one is packed full of grinds and some awesome spots, so get on that play button! You won’t be disppointed!
“Riding: James Rodriguez, Chris Tolley, Carl Baptiste, Jordan Russell, Lee Hopkins, Aaron Smith, Dan Webster, Tyler MacAdams, Chris Crawford, Colin Fiske, Kyle Bouley, Seth Warner, Matt Mazzone
Film / Edit By: Lee Hopkins
Additional Filming By: Chris Crawford”
Any time a new video from Jack Clark surfaces, you know you are in for a treat! Check out some clips he stacked over the past few months at a couple different parks! It turns out Jack is no longer riding for Haro, so brands… You might want to get on this before he gets snatched up! So good!
“Spent a couple of cold wet months filming all over Essex and at House of Vans which was suppose to be for Haro Bikes as a bike check. However since 2015 Jack is no longer riding for Haro and we can’t be putting a video like this to waste. Jack would like to thank Haro for a great 2 years and looks forward to the future.
Jack still rides for Vans, Vocal and FTL
Filmed with a Canon 60D and Edited with Adobe Premiere cc”
Filmed and edited by Rhys Savage
If you haven’t taken notice of Justin Spriet yet, you’re completely blowing it! Hit that play button to watch his section from Fit Bike Co.‘s “Holy Fit” DVD and watch him crush it with barspins, crank flips, tuck no handers and plenty of style! This one will get him on your radar for sure! Hell yeah, Justin!
Filmed & Edited by: Stew Johnson
Music: “Call Me,” Blondie
All photos by Mark Losey / Nike BMX
If there’s one huge perk to BMX, it’s the option and freedom to ride anywhere you want in the world. Everywhere you go there are new spots, new people, new experiences just waiting for you and you have your bike to give you all the reasons in the world to hit the road. Dennis Enarson is a traveling machine with more miles logged in a year than most traveling businessmen, so we figured we would hit him up with a few questions to find out some of his favorite and least favorite parts of traveling are! Let’s see what he had to say!
Name: Dennis Enarson
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Yesterday we got a sneak peek of Mutant’s External Hub Guard… Then today we woke up to an interesting message from Eclat that included photos of a similar hub guard they coincidentally are also working on one called the Overguard! Turns out we might just have a few options for these external hub guards in the near future which is a good thing. Here’s the direct word from Eclat about their guard… Check out more photos after the jump!
“In today’s world of peg trickery and heavy street riding, hub guards are simply a necessity for any rider. For 2015 we have been hard at work on a whole series of groundbreaking new products, designed with the modern street rider in mind. Here is a look at our new Overguard we’ve had in development for a while now. The Overguard is a universal drive-side hub guard. Fully CNC machined out of heat treated 4140 chromoly, this guard is not only totally indestructible but also highly functional. The idea came about when we realised how much hassle most riders have when trying to get a driver side hub guard that will be compatible with their rear hub and not be susceptible to damage. We went to the drawing board and what we came up with was a unique design that allowed the guard to fit to pretty much every hub/frame/peg on the market.
The advantage of using Chromoly for the Overguard is that it’s super strong, slides like butter and wont break the bank either. The two threaded bolts keep the guard in place and prevent it from moving. The guard is thin enough to sit between the peg and the dropout and then over your chain, simply bolt it on and you’re ready to give this thing some serious damage. The Overguard will also happily sit on your non-drive side too, so you can actually run two of these puppies and never worry about missing a grind again. The Overguard will be available later this year, look out for more info on this and other new Eclat products coming soon…”
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Check out Shane Weston’s FIRE section from the Dan’s Comp “Roll Call” DVD that’s fueled with rage and some amazing freecoaster action! Hit play!
“Shane Weston’s full section from the Dan’s Comp Roll Call DVD. Filmed and produced by Stew Johnson, for Dan’s Comp. Watch in HD for the best viewing experience. Anger mis-management and freecoaster goodness.”
ALL SECTIONS FROM “ROLL CALL” CAN BE FOUND RIGHT HERE