Want to learn how to 360 downside tailwhip? Well, here’s your chance because Ride BMX caught up with Mike Varga at Woodward Camp to get all the key advice and plenty of examples. Hit that play button and give it a watch, then grab your BMX bike and send a few!
Want to learn how to send some grinds down a handrail on a BMX bike? Well, it’s not as complicated as it might seem! Let Calvin Kosovich give you a little insight into just how to get it done with plenty of examples! This trick is almost more of a mental game than it is physical, that’s for sure.
“The BMX street staple of grinding a rail down stairs is explained by none-other than handrail slayer, Kink pro Calvin Kosovich. Learning to grind a rail down stairs will open up your riding to a whole new world of opportunity. From bombing big steep rails to doing combos on little mellow rails… You can gap into them past the kink, you can grind them and gap into the street, you can grind up them.. The possibilities are virtually endless. Shout out to Calvin for manning the filming, editing, and riding for us this week! Cameo from Andrew Castaneda.” – Ride BMX
Have you ever wanted to learn how to do crank flips but you just haven’t been able to figure it out? Turns out that Josh Clemens has them dialed in and knows a few tricks to getting them done properly! Hit play and take a look to see just what it takes to make those BMX cranks spin!
“Crank flips are a very underutilized, simple and steezy, easy and widely applicable trick that we feel is a little under appreciated… So we got Long Beach transplant Josh Clemens to do a little demo and run down the proper technique to have you crank flipping around town in no time.” – Ride BMX
Want to learn how to do a hop 360? Well, here’s your chance. Check out this how to video where Broc Raiford talks you through the ins and outs of the trick and gives you a TON of examples on how to get it done right. Hit that play button and take it all in, then go hope on your BMX bike and send a few!
“Bunny hop 360s on flat ground can be a bitch. No matter how dialed you have them over a wedge-hip, or into a bank, the simple terrain of level ground seems to pose a set of challenges all its own… Well it’s How-Tuesday, so we got reigning hop 360 champ Broc Raiford to guide the way for you… Just carve a little, pop, and scoop those feet up into your ass. Oh, and LOOK OVER YOUR SHOULDER!” – Ride BMX
Want to learn how to do an invert on a BMX bike? Well, why don’t you take a little advice from one of the best inverters in the game, Dan Foley! Check out this how-to video with plenty of great advice and example after example of how to get it done properly. Although it’s pretty hard to replicate that amazing style that Dan has, there’s nothing stopping you from buzzing your shoulder with that front tire like he does!
“This week we are bringing How-Tuesday to you from the amazing Woodward Camp in Pennsylvania. Who better to shred some of the best ramps in the world than WeThePeople and Vans rider, Dan Foley! The invert is an absolutely timeless trick and as Dan will show you, can be done literally anywhere! From quarters to hips, box jumps, or up and down euros, the list goes on and on. If you’re a ramp rider, this is a must have for the trick repertoire, and Dan Foley gives you all the tricks you need to get it done!” – Ride BMX
We don’t see a lot of videos from Joe Simon in the BMX world these days, but when he does drop a video it’s always something to take note of. Today we get a little how-to advice on speed ramping in BMX and skateboarding. This piece was put together for a more general group of film makers versus BMX riders, but everyone who is putting out edits these days can definitely use this tutorial to their advantage. Let Joe explain how to use speed ramping and how to make it happen while editing. This has a ton of footage from the Chase Hawk Oakley video and some riding footage from Fun Fun Fun Fest last year for you to enjoy as well.
“Join the Academy and get access to 80+ filmmaking tutorials, fresh weekly content, interactive webinars, downloadable resources, and so much more.
Speed ramping is great for creating smooth transitions in and out of slow motion. It also has the power to advance people through story lines in different spaces or times. Joe Simon is here to share some tips on how to use speed ramping to your advantage.”
Want to learn how to barspin on a BMX bike? Well, Harry Main has this how-to video that gives you a few tips on how he likes to do barspins. This has a lot of great advice and examples, so take a peek!
“Failure Bikes Pro Rider www.facebook.com/harrymainfanpage, Harry Main, Gives you tipps on how to Barspin. whilst testing his new Failure Mainiac Frame, he gives you the run down on What to do and What not to do. Filmed and Edited by Matty Lambert”
So I am talking to Brian (name drop sorry) about how dew tour and stuff was going and he mentioned he had a little How-To on hangover toothpicks on the Etnies website. I am going to make W.W.B.D bracelets so that everytime I crash and lay there like a sissy I can look at that to remember he crashes 50 times harder, gets up and gets it done. Eh? Eh? good idea? yeah. So check that out!