If you’re looking for an edit with a super chill vibe, this is the video you need to check out today. Recently, 1664‘s Andrew Schubert and Darcy Peters made their way from snowy, wet and cold Canadia down to sunny San Diego for some warmth and spots. While they were there, they linked up with Aaron Cheng, Sam Jepson, and Colton Ponto and ended up filming this new video. Definitely one to check out!
This is rad as hell! Check out the story behind Tony Campos’ backyard ramp setup in San Francisco. It’s awesome seeing his family is fully behind this and is the main reason it’s there today. Definitely a unique spot and it looks like it’s a super good time over there. I highly advise you check this out if you want to smile.
“Tony Campos and his unique backyard ramps have long been a destination spot for many BMX riders in the know who come to San Francisco. Tucked away in the Excelsior district, this setup was hand-built with his father and they collectively put years into making it a reality. What started off with a simple mini-ramp quickly grew and eventually covered every inch of their family’s backyard. The Campos family embodies the DIY SF lifestyle and have built a community around their unique home. They are open to visitors, but request that you give them notice in advance.
Bring death metal tracks on your iPod, cold beers, and remember to respect their neighbors.
The story: thebolditalic.com/blog_posts/2973-tony-campos-epic-backyard-skate-ramp
The best part about BMX is that it’s a universal thing all around the world. Going into this video, I knew Barna Vigh was from Hungary, so I was assuming he would be talking about his bike, but in fact, there’s no words at all. Check out Wethepeople‘s connect, Barna Vigh, building up his dialed new setup decked out with Eclat parts then proceeding to put the bike to proper use with some riding clips. This is definitely worth a look!
Waldemar Fatkin popped up on my radar recently and I’m sure there’s a few others that noticed him as well. Check out this new edit from him that’s loaded with some wild links. Definitely some flatland goodness.
It’s that time of the week! If you’re waiting for things with the Simple Session to get going again, take a few minutes to check out a few fresh products for you to dial your bike in with. This week we’re going to take a closer look at Freed Bikes Freedom frame, the limited edition Raw Lady Luck frame from Hoffman Bikes, the Sean Burns signature grips from Eclat, the new Deathrow cranks from Cult and the Forum complete from Diamondback U.K. Let’s get into this!
United Bike Co. have made their Touring Japanese edit embedable, so we figured it was more than enough of a reason to do a Repost incase you missed it! Hit that play button!
“Watch Nathan Williams, Corey Martinez, Christian Rigal, Ashley Charles & Matsuken dodging godzilla in the streets of Japan as part of the Touring Japanese trip from December 2012.
Big thanks to Zen Distro for the support on the trip. zendistro.com/
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Song: The River
Artist: Belles Will Ring
Album: Crystal Theatre
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