Cult coming through with a fresh batch of clips featuring Angie Marino and Perris Benegas going to work on parks, trails and street spots around Reno! As expected these two deliver plenty of great riding and good vibes. Take a look!
The videos for E-FISE 2020 Women’s BMX Street Finals are now online! Check out what Angie Marino, Arina Arzarova, Molina Anahi Valentina and Gina Petrella all threw down! Up top is Angie Marino’s video, then the other 3 videos can be found below. After you have watched all of the videos, go vote for your favorite over on the E-FISE WOMEN’S BMX STREET FINALS website.
With a little more free time due to the shut downs, it looks like Angie Marino got around to putting a video together from the Girls Week at Woodward West last summer. Hit play to check out what she got into, along with a handful of other familiar faces, from riding to skating, swimming and more. Hopefully, with things starting to open back up again, Woodward will be able to make this one happen again this summer. Either way, take a look at the good times that were had on and off the bikes.
Woodward West Girls Week 2019! Exactly a year ago this week, we were all at Woodward West for Girls Week! I filmed so much through out the week and finally put it all together. Hopefully Woodward West can open this summer and we can do all of this again!
FRIENDS IN VIDEO
Vans got Angie Marino laced up with some fresh Vans Sk8-Hi Pro BMX shoes, so she got them dialed in and went for a cruise around her neighborhood! This is just a quick look at the shoes, so if you’re digging them, you can learn more here — Vans Sk8-Hi Pro BMX — or by visiting the Vans website! These shoes take the classic Sk8-Hi Pro and give it the BMX specific sole that was designed with pedals in mind! They look real good to us!
“Sunsets, bikes and chill vibes. Laced up a pair of the new vans sk8-hi BMX edition shoes and went for a little cruise around my neighborhood for sunset!
Filmed by Joseph Nicholaus” – Angie Marino
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FUSE ProtectionAngie Marino putting their new Omega pads to work during a few sessions! This video has a pretty laidback vibe, but the riding is on point and it’s well worth a look! Take a peek!
“Angie Marino rider our new OMEGA series Knee/Shin combo pads which are available worldwide.” – FUSE Protection
If you caught Unclicked Podcast interview with Angie Marino last week, you would have heard Angie talking about getting the official bump up to the Vans BMX Pro Team! This is a big one since Angie is the first female BMX Pro for Vans! Hit play to let Angie tell you about her thoughts on it and a few riding clips in this short but sweet video to bring the news!
“Vans BMX would like to welcome the 2018 Vans Pro Cup Mexico stop winner, Angie Marino, to the Vans Global BMX Team. Vans is honored to include a leader, role model, and creative ripper the likes of Angie as the first woman in our BMX family. Welcome, Angie.
Music Credits: Veesh” – Vans
Dennis Enarson coming through with a fresh Unclicked Podcast for your listening pleasure! This time around Angie Marino sits down to talk about everything from riding to her new place she’s living at, riding for the Olympic team, travel, The Bloom, X Games and more. Angie has been CRUSHING it for quite some time now and it’s awesome seeing how far she has taken things since she started coming on the scene. It sounds like she even got a bump up at Vans, which is well deserved, too! As always, the Podcast isn’t embedable, so you need to check it out over on the Unclicked Buzzsprout website!
“This week on Unclicked we have pro bmx rider Angie Marino. Angie is on the USA Olympic team for girl’s bmx, she recently got on the Vans pro team, she runs a girl’s bmx website called thebloombmx.com, and she has just been killing it and progressing so much. It was awesome to sit down and talk with her about all this and we also touch base on the controversy with X Games not giving women their own event in bmx.” – Dennis Enarson