“We’re so, so stoked that Deluxe is now in Canada through a distributor that really knows what’s up: Killemall is doing it right over there, taking care of dealers and riders, and we’ve already hooked up a new rider on board the team – none other than Dylan King. We’ll have more about Dylan on the Deluxe site in a few: but in the meantime, says Dylan… “My friend John Thompson just put out a really crisp edit of me and my friends Dave and Dave riding the new undercover bowl we got built this year. Check that out if you want to see the new rig in action! Wish it was at the trails, but they are all frozen over right now… haha””
Here’s another fresh new one from Network A featuring Andrew Ahumada getting nuts. Here’s a few words about the video…
“Andrew Ahumada lives up to his reputation, sending banger after combo-banger in this episode of Heat, filmed with an Australian accent, filmed in Melbourne’s Rampfest indoor skatepark, Hill ‘n’ Dale, Northcote, and Hoppers Crossing. The 21-year old Ahumada keeps on his massive path of park progression.” – Bret Trigg
Check out more on Network A’s BMX Channel.
Here’s a look at G Sport‘s latest print ad featuring Dave Thompson.
Head over to the Tempered site to see all the newness! New team riders, team interviews, product features and more. Get to it!
Dialed bike, good cause… Can’t go wrong with this!
“Brian Kachinsky is auctioning off his bike and YOU should bid on it. Back in October fellow etnies & DK teammate Nina B had a gnarly crash and has since then needed help with medical bills. This is BK’s way of contributing and letting you all be a part of it. Check out his TransWorld’s Bike Check for Brian’s DK Passport and bid on it via eBay.
Get well, Nina!” – Etnies
“This past weekend, DK’s Brett Banasiewicz hosted the first-ever contest at his newly built skatepark dubbed The Kitchen, in his hometown of South Bend, Ind. Pros from around the country trudged through the Midwest snow for their chance to ride the indoor setup and compete for a chunk of the $6,000 purse courtesy of Brett’s sponsors (DK, DC Shoes, Dan’s Comp, Rockstar, Pantech, and Ethika.) The Kitchen local Glenn Salyers (who helped design and build the park) gave everyone a run for their money, but Pat Casey’s smooth and original 360 variations and overall consistency gave him an edge and landed him on top of the podium when all was said and done.
Pro Final Results:
1. Pat Casey
2. Glenn Salyers
3. Austin Coleman
4. Pat “Big Daddy” Laughlin
5. Rob Armour
Pro Best Trick: Austin Coleman — 360 Triple Downside Whip (over the box jump)
Expert Final Results:
1. Chance Garrison
2. Colton Walker
3. David Lieb
4. Spencer Scott
5. Dylan Lichkay
Amateur Best Trick: Chance Garrison — 180 Flip to Fakie (onto the box jump deck) to 540 Cab (into the landing)
Beginner Final Results:
1. Ed Rovi
2. Nathan Halahan
3. Thomas Bryant
4. Devon Fish
5. Andy Savage
Video by Fat Tony
Artist: Fly Moon Royalty
Album: Fly Moon Royalty” – Fat Tony / ESPN
Rest in Peace, Thomas.
“A huge group of riders turned out to Da Compound to ride for Thomas Hancock.
Donate here if you can hancockbmx.com/” – Dylan Pfohl