Woah, the crew at Ride BMX uploaded a gem that will get you guys real stoked. Above is Garrett Reynolds‘ section from the Nation BMX full-length video “Non-Stop” that came out way back in 2005 (How is that already 12 years ago!?). There’s a NUMBER of things that might shock some of you younger guys who just got into the game a few years ago. This video was filmed when Garrett was riding for Redline (who remembers those green and black Device frames?), ran a cassette hub and even had BRAKES on his bike. If you compare Garrett in 2005 to Garrett in 2017, it’s pretty mind blowing how much he has progressed and how much smoother and dialed his riding has become. Not to say 2005 Garrett was bad, because it’s safe to say even then he was absolutely amazing on a bike, but it’s definitely a much different rider than what we see today. Either way, this is too good to pass up, so hit that play button and soak up some classic footage! Oh, and if you didn’t know, Nation BMX was a shop and mail-order similar to Empire, Dan’s Comp and Albe’s that closed up shop about the time Fiend started.
“We did some crate digging to bring you Garrett Reynolds’ section from Nation BMX’s 2005 DVD, ‘Non Stop’! This is potentially some of the oldest Garrett footage out there, take a peek 👀
Filmed by Wade Young”