There’s no such thing as having too many bikes! Matt Coplon was sick of his current setup getting beat up from all of the travel he does, so he decided to build up a second bike specific for traveling. There is a brand new Bike Check up on the Profile Racing website giving you a closer look at his current setup with plenty of photos and a list of parts! As always, Matt keeps one very dialed machine, so go check it out right here!
Eclat coming through with a fresh promo video featuring Jordan Godwin putting his signature Chocolate Bars to heavy use out in the streets! As always, Jordan delivers with some heavy riding that you won’t want to pass up! Hit play and take it all in.
“UK street magician Jordan Godwin wanted a 9″ rise bar with a slightly smaller box than our other bars but with narrower width of 27.75″ to eliminate the need to take a hacksaw to them. The large radius bends give the Chocolate bar a classic round shape, and the 25.4mm Oversize (OS) clamping option allows you to pair it up to one of our 25.4mm stems for a truly unstoppable front end set which will have you throwing hard 540s like the man himself in no time…
Filmed by Callum Earnshaw.” – Eclat
As you all should know by now, pads definitely help prevent pain and suffering when riding BMX. Over the years, The Shadow Conspiracy have developed a full line of riding gear that helps keep you safe without sacraficing comfort or making you look like a dork. They have everything covered from your head to your toes with helmets, knee, shin and elbow pads, ankle braces, insoles for your shoes and more! Above is a flipbook giving you a look at their full line of riding gear to help you stay safe and keep riding longer. After you check out the flipbook, you can take a closer look at everything over on The Shadow Conspiracy Website!
What do you think? Do you have any questions? Do you run any of these pads? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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It’s always a good day when you get some fresh Julian Arteaga footage to check out! Here’s 9 minutes of gold that he’s been stacking for this new Eclat video that’s packed with grind combos and some awesome lines to the soothing sounds of cops and security giving him the business and “What’s Up” by 4 Non-Blondes. Hit play and take in all the gold!
“Julian Arteaga is the kinda guy we’d like to ride with every day. This dude makes pretty much everything fun and motivating – even slamming on your wagon. Whether it’s eating salad for breakfast or doing scary tire rides for dinner, Eclat’s Cali to Texas transplant is always out there enjoying himself, and filming wild af clips while he’s at it. Enjoy his epic new video for Eclat, via the camera of Gordon MacDonald. Serious heat!
Filmed and edited by Gordon MacDonald
Additional filming by Devon Smillie, Trevor Sigloch, Lahsaan Kobza and Ethan Corriere” – DIG
Is it time for a new set of BMX grips? The crew over at Cinema BMX have released their new Focus Grips for you to get your hands on. The Focus Grips are made right here in the USA by ODI Grips using their superior rubber material with mushroom style ribs with small Cinema logos, no flanges to get caught up on and a soft but grippy feel. These grips have a 160mm length with a thinner 30.5mm diameter with color options of Black, Clear, Gum and Red with matching plug style barends and a weight of 3.3 oz.
You can pick the Cinema Focus Grips up for $10.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Cinema worldwide and online now. You can also find them in the Cinema Webstore!
What do you think of the new Focus grips from Cinema BMX? Are you digging them? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
Fit Bike Co. coming through with another F-LOG giving you a behind the scenes look at what the crew gets into while out riding and working on different projects. This time around the guys kick it off on some ramps and more at an abandoned house before the cops shut things down. After that, they head out to cruise a few street spots. Hit play to check out what wnet down!
“Tom Dugan, Brandon Begin, Austin Augie, Jeff Z and Sauce hit the streets to check out an abandoned skatepark, shoot some photos and test out the new van cam. Leave a comment if you want to see more dash cam commentary!
Film/Edit: Sauce” – Fit Bike Co.
The latest round of Dennis Enarson‘s Unclicked Podcast! This time around he sat down with Kris Fox to talk about his history of riding from racing then making the switch to freestyle, traveling, filming for projects like the Fast and Loose video and more! This is over an hour and 20 minutes to get to know Kris a little better! Check it out over on the Unclicked Buzzsprout Page since it isn’t embedable!
“On this episode of Unclicked we have pro bmx rider Kris Fox on the mic. I’ve known Kris for a while now, way back to during our racing days. Kris is a sick rider and it’s been awesome going on Demolition trips with him. He’s a chill, interesting dude and it was easy to sit down and have a great conversation.” – Unclicked Podcast
PJ Martini sent over a fresh batch of footage from a day of cruising spots in the Paris suburbs with a couple friends. This is a bit more of a vlog style video without the talking to the camera, so there’s a good amount of random footage, but there’s also plenty of riding to see. Hit play and check it out.
“Second episode of our new serie RENOVLOG! We went in the street with the homies, and filmed our day and our attempts on some local street spots. Here, our boys PJ Martini and Sam Merle killing it in the parisian suburb with Heidi, Petek, Antoine Mallier and a big crew ! Going spot to spot, and ending the day at the local! Big classic!
Next episode soon!” – PJ Martini