The Moto Bunka crew over in Japan have been pumping out videos like crazy lately, and we love it. Here’s a look at Rehito Murata‘s section from the Alive Industry DVD for your viewing pleasure. Over 3 minutes of big grinds, gaps, wallrides and more. Rehito isn’t scared to send it on some big setups.
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Alive Industry have released the Ben Lewis signature LPL frame for you to get your hands on. Hit play to watch Ben put the frame to good use out in the streets, along with specs, details and more on the frame all in the video. Looks solid, and we’re always stoked to check out some new Benny L footage.
“A promo for Ben Lewis signature frame “LPL” from Alive Industry.
Film & Edit: @4pegy“
Daisuke Shiraishi is now doing it for Alive Industry over in Japan! Here’s his official welcome that is packed with absolute FIRE clips. Daisuke is pegless, but that doesn’t keep him from getting in some wild grinds, and he’s no stranger to putting his tires to work on wallrides and unique setups galore. Add in a smooth style and you have video that you cannot look away from.
“Welcome to the family Daisuke Shiraishi!
Video by @motobunka
After a bit of a hiatus with the videos, Sebastian Keep is back on it giving us the behind the scenes look of Tall Order. This one is interesting because the Seventies Distribution guys are moving into a new warehouse and this gives us a look at their old warehouse, along with a look at their new warehouse that’s coming together! Big things happening for those guys, so if you ever wanted to see where Federal Bikes and some of the other brands they carry are based in the UK, this is for you!
“When I started the company I said id do a video diary as I wanted to document the whole process of starting and running a BMX company but I kind of got side tracked. So from now on I’m going to be doing these Vlogs often. It’ll be pretty sick to look back on these in years to come when the company is killing it haha
Thanks for watching!” – Sebastian Keep
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Ryan Taylor dropped his latest Calling The Shots video featuring him, Maxime Charveron and a few others throwing down at Corby’s Adrenaline Alley Skatepark! As you can imagine, things get pretty wild and there’s plenty of dialed riding to see. One thing we did catch at about the 1:50 mark, Ryan mentions that he is NO LONGER riding for Industry, which was the direct to consumer brand that we thought he started, under the same guys who run Mafia Bikes, Rocker BMX, Amity, etc. Ryan kept it super brief and we actually had to re-listen to it a few times just to make sure we heard that right. Obviously we’re not sure what lead to that decision, but it didn’t seem like the brand was getting much traction.
We’re not sure what The Industry BMX is or what Jordan Cutts is submitting the video for, BUT we do know that Jordan Cutts is an absolute shredder. Watch as he throws down a ton of super technical lip tricks and some bigger moves at a handful of skateparks and even a little bit of trails. This one gets progressively crazier, so keep your eyes on this until the end. There’s a few clips you’ll want to go back and replay a time or two to really see what is going on.
“Jordan Cutts’ video entry for The Industry BMX, filmed and edited by Mat Reader and Liam Eyles, Jordan is amazingly talented on a bike and enjoys every minute of riding, enjoy!
Parks: Adrenaline Alley, Legacy XS, Radical Bikes and Area 25.
Sponsors: TLC Bikes and Area 25.” – TLC Bikes
Holy crap… Ryan Taylor has been working on getting his own brand started for a while now, and it sounds like his signature “Taylor Made” Industry frame is now available. The news comes with this banger of a video packed full of some serious hammers. Highly advise you hit play on this BMX video.
So you’ve seen the teaser for this video part, and I’m happy to announce its finally live! Although a little later then wanted, due to slow upload speeds. So apologies about that!
Anyway I’m stoked with the work I’ve put into this edit, and I hope you guys enjoy watching it!
I feel I should say a thank to a few people, as this video wouldn’t have been possible without their kind help:
Jerry at Rush Skatepark, Jason at Barrows Skatepark, Matt Jones for letting us use his compound, Sebastian Keep, Darren Ellison (Dellison27), and anyone else I’ve forgotten to mention!
My frame is now available to purchase along with other various bike products at | www.theindustrybmx.com |”
Photo: Kurt Hohberger / Texas Toast 2013
Words by Henry White
If you haven’t picked up on it, I have a lot of views on the industry that many don’t like to talk about. My biggest pet peeve is the oppression we have all endured just for loving our sport. Maybe you haven’t experienced the struggle, that’s ok I won’t hold it against you, but there are many out there that will, in fact there are a lot that will. To many riders, BMX isn’t just about what you can do on a bike, it’s about the experiences you’ve had and how you translate that into your riding, aka your “style”. Which can be a beautiful thing, but that’s not what gets me riled up, it’s those who hold themselves over another because they’re not at the same riding level, it’s crap, bullying and not needed. Who cares what tricks you can do, shouldn’t we all just be enjoying ourselves and helping each other progress, after all BMX is just a leisure recreational activity right…or is it?…