Cult recently spent some time in New York City! Here’s a look at what Sean Ricany, Chase Dehart, Dakota Roche, Anthony Panza, Brandon Begin and Russ Barone got into during their time cruising the city stacking clips! Needless to say the riding is dialed, the spots are endless and and the film work by Veesh is on point as always. Hit play because you won’t want to pass this BMX video up!
Cult sent Chase DeHart and Anthony Panza over the pond to spend some time cruising spots with Ollie Shields, Alex Kennedy and Jordan Aleppo. Here’s a look at what these guys got into in London and a few other places the guys hit up along the way. Needless to say, these guys produced some great riding and Veesh crushed it behind the lens as always!
“Ollie Shields loaded the Seventies van with AK, Jordan Aleppo, Chase Dehart, Anthony Panza, and Veesh then gave the crew a quick tour of some the UK’s finest cutty spots…The vibes are high on this one and it reminds that hitting the road with homies is always the best of times…”
Some of the Cult team rolled through Crucial BMX to spend a day cruising the ramps, rails and ledges out back with the locals. Here’s a raw cut video giving us a look at what went down during the jam! Looks like it was a good time to us!
Anthony Panza coming through with a fresh video Bike Check giving us a closer look at his current Cult setup decked out with all of Cult’s New New Goods, including Anthony’s latest signature colorway on the Too Short frame. Hit play to let Anthony give you the full run through of his setup from top to bottom.
The Swampfest footage keeps rolling in! Cult dropped this new one giving you a look at what Corey Walsh, Dakota Roche, Sean Ricany, Lil Jon, Max Vu, Anthony Panza, Preston Okert and the rest of the guys that made the trip on down to Florida, along with plenty of extras from other riders and the party. Check it!
“Swampfest is one of a kind and true to Bmx. Shout out to Trey Jones and his crew for everything they did this weekend to bring BMX together.” – Cult
Filmed and edited by Veesh
Are you thinking about learning, or struggling to learn, how to feeble hard 180 and you need some tips and advice on how to get it done, here’s a video for you. Anthony Panza put together this video with a bunch of tips and examples on how to feeble hard 180 that should help you figure out how to get the trick done. This is a mid level difficulty trick, so it will probably fight you a bit when you’re first trying to figure it out, but once you have it locked in, it will become a lot easier to do! Hit play, take it all in, grab your bike and send a few!
It has been a little while since we’ve checked out a GoPro POV video where Billy Perry and crew cruise through the streets of New York City. Here’s a fresh one where he cruised with a bunch of people through some heavy traffic. As always, these guys look like they have a blast. Take a look!
“I strapped up the GoPro and hit the streets of New York City with the London Bike Life boys Jake 100 and Little Harry 15. We mobbed through rush hour traffic, skitched cars, avoided security and rode on trucks.” – Billy Perry
Get a look at the Anthony Panza signature 2 Short colorway from Cult! Anthony went with a clean white color with some custom graphics and a FTL logo on the head tube. The 2 Short frame is made from 100% revised Cult classic tubing with a 75.5-degree head tube angle, 70-degree seat tube angle, 11.7″ bottom bracket height, and 8.65″ standover height and a 12.5″ – 12.8″ chainstay length. You can find an integrated head tube with gussets on the top and down tubes, an externally machined Mid bottom bracket shell, an Investment cast seat post clamp and seat stay bridge, tapered seat stays, S-Bend chainstays and 5mm thick heat-treated dropouts. The 2 Short frame is a brakeless frame so there are no mounts for brakes.
You can pick up the Anthony Panza signature 2 Short colorway in 20″, 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ top tube lengths for $349.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Cult worldwide now.