Here’s a look at what went down in the finals of the FISE Xperience contest that went down in Reims recently. Looks like it was a huge turn out.
Diego Ibarra had a bunch of left over clips of Hersh Patel, Victor Salama, Jared Swafford, Matt Houck, Lucas Dartford, Jabari Winters, Mason Reeves and Matt Nordstrom that needed a home. So he put together this edit that’s really not too shabby at all for left overs.
Some of you might know who John Buultjens is. He’s the owner of Pilgrim Bikes for those of you who don’t. He’s also a HUGE collector of Haro‘s! Check out this video to see 21 of his bikes from ’82 – ’93. So rad!
“John Buultjens collection of 21 Haro BMX bikes ranging from the first Torker made Haro freestyler in 1982 to a 1993 Haro Sport.
Video shot at the Shed skatepark.
Footage shot by Ryan Bishop
Photo by Damien Bowerman
Haro logo by Nick Watts
Music by The hum of industry-thehumofindustry.bandcamp.com/
Edited and motion graphics by Lindsay Brown-lindsaybrown.com.au”
This week you get a look into Nigel Sylvester’s life in his home city.
“n the second episode of his new series, “Get Sylvester,” Nigel Sylvester provides a guided tour and snapshot of the city where he was born, raised, and built his career in BMX: New York City. Between hitting classic spots like Union Square and hood spots where cops are crawling, ticket books in hand, Nigel and his crew cover hundreds of blocks and still have time for a pickup game at Nike’s private Tribeca gym. Just another day in the life … Directed by http://www.harrisonboyce.com Filmed by http://www.13thwitness.com and Harrison Boyce.
artist – 360
track 1 – Lovin You (Tonight) Ft. Kid Moore
track 2 – What Goes Up [Prod. by J.Cole]” – Network A
FBM have a new sprocket for their line up. The Holeshot is a CNC machined 7075-T6 aluminum sprocket that is currently available in 25 tooth for 22mm sprockets with a 19mm adapter. The Holeshot is available in black, red and raw with a weight of 2.6 oz.
Made in the U.S.A. Hell yeah!
Click here for more information.
Well, here’s one that caught me off guard. When the Dew Tour announced they were cutting back on stops, I figured… great. Less contests, less coverage, less money going around. Just what we don’t need. Then today, the X-Games went and announced that they have added a few more locations that they will be doing contests at and, needless to say, it’s some impressive venues. They will be doing contests in Barcelona, Spain, Munich, Germany and Foz do Iguacu, Brazil in addition to Aspen to go with the original contest in Los Angeles.
All I know is that I need to get a job with ESPN BMX so I can get to all these places.
It looks like Zack Gerber, Mike Crawford, Cory Schneider, and Ryan Wojcik Got It Together for this new edit from the Ridgway Area Skate Park. These guys don’t disappoint and the last clip is unreal.
Adam Dyson is the newest addition to the Impurity Bike Co. team. Check out this rad welcome edit that’s loaded with freecoasting goodness filmed over the last 4 months.
Filmed by Dean Hearn
Edited by Adam Dyson
Motion Graphics by Bret Trigg