South Coast BMX uploaded this new gem featuring Zac Gatt going to work on spots over the course of 2019 when the temps were nice and the weather was more cooperative. This BMX video has a real laidback vibe with the music, but there’s a good mix of tricks from grinds to gaps, drops and more. Zac delivers for this one, so hit play and enjoy!
Nothing’s Wrong Zine have release a new issue and they celebrated with this dialed edit filled with footage from the heavy pool sessions that have been going down, down in Australia. Hit play to check out the riding, then scroll down for more details!
“To celebrate the launch of their 8th ‘Nothing’s Wrong’ print issue (a 140 page colour book) the pool hunting Aussies are releasing their 4th pool specific video part, filmed down under and in the USA.
Read more about the new mag here.
Featuring music courtesy of Hell Machine (Label: Black Wreath. Alice Springs, NT)
Filmed, animated and edited by Greg Barnes.
Additional filming by Joel Ruggiero, Tyson McCaig, Techie & Smoker.
Ben ‘Beechy’ Hoysted
Senrab L Gerg
Jach ‘Techie’ Murnane
To order books hit up:
Also available at these rider run Australian stores: Anchor BMX, Backbone, Hell on Wheels, Little Black Bike, Local BMX, LUX, Rampfest.
Supported by Freestyle Now & Industrial bikes.” – DIG
Every year Kunstform clear out part of their storage area and drag in the Subrosa Street Rails and ledges to make for one hell of a session. Here’s a look at what went down at this years jam with plenty of familiar faces, a few new ones and plenty of spectators on hand to make some noise and take care of the beer supply. The ceiling might be low, but that doesn’t keep the bangers from flowing. Take a peek!
“Here is our video of another unforgettable art form stock session.
Many thanks to Freedombmx & Felix Prangenberg for the cool video and of course a huge thank you to everyone who was there again!” – Kunstform
It’s always pretty amazing what different riders can bring to a place. Here’s a perfect example of what 30 riders from all over Spain threw down during their 30 day stay in Valencia, Spain! Excellent riding and great spots lead to 30 minutes of footage that’s well worth a look. This will definitely leave you wanting to go to Valencia, so hit play and enjoy!
This video also reminds us of the Brighton Ain’t Ready videos that dropped a bunch of pro riders in Brighton, England over the course of a summer. Who remembers that one?
“This is awesome. 30 riders in the city of Valencia, Spain during the course of a month. With the likes of Fernando Laczko, Miguel Cuesta, Carlos Vinuesa, Pinky, Jaume Sintes, Diego Montergo and more this is one you don’t want to miss on. Plus those spots… oh man.
“With the help of different BMX shops in Spain, more than 30 riders came to Valencia during a period of 30 days to film all around the city .
Different shops from the country worked together to push riders and show all of you guys that Spanish BMX is alive and doing well.
Thanks again to all the shops and people involved, Edgar Barbera and Frame Magazin for filming!”
Happy Bike Shop
4130 Bike Company
Terror BMX” – DIG
The future of BMX is looking bright! Here’s a video from Woodward East featuring young guns Kevin Robinson Jr and Stone Keplar getting down on the dirt jumps and ramps at camp, throwing down some real solid riding and bringing the style! These guys are young, but it’s safe to say with the level of riding they’re at, we’ll want to keep an eye on these guys in the future! Hit play and take it all in!
“Kevin Robinson Jr. and Stone Keplar have been riding Woodward for years, and it shows! Check out these two mini rippers as they hit our trails and parks!” – Woodward East
An integrated BMX headset installation guide video!
Here’s a new tech tip video from Brant Moore for the beginner BMX riders out there looking to learn how to install an integrated BMX headset on their bike. Now, the beauty of BMX bikes is just how simple and easy they have become over the years. The headset is the bearings that allow the handlebars and front wheel on your bike to turn and spin. The integrated headset is 4 pieces, but it is important to get them in the right order to ensure your BMX bike will run smoothly. In the video, Brant shows you how to properly remove a headset, and how to install an integrated BMX headset with plenty of tips to make things easy. Hit play and take it all in and hopefully this helps with your BMX headset installation!
“Everything you need to know to install an integrated BMX headset!
This may seem extremely basic to a lot of people, but we all have to learn somewhere so this video is for anyone who needs a little guidance installing their headset.” – Brant Moore
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Is it time to take a look at some new BMX Pegs? Well, the crew at Cinema BMX have you covered with the Dakote Roche signature DAK PEG. This plastic peg starts out with a chromoly core that uses a strong cog design that increases the cores end thickness to give you plenty of strength, and it prevents the sleeve from rotating on you. The sleeve is made from a long lasting nylon blend that will keep you grinding smooth on everything from rails to rough ledges and more. The outside diameter is 38mm, and you have your choice of 4.5″ or 4.75″ length options. Available in 14mm only with a 3/8″ adaptor included with every peg and a weight of 7.6 oz.
SIZE: 14mm (3/8” Adapter Included)
LENGTH: 4.5” or 4.75”
WEIGHT: 7.6 oz (4.5″)
PRICE: $21.99 / $6.99 (replacement Sleeve)
You can learn more about Cinema BMX and check out their full line of products on CinemaBMX.com!
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