Bone Deth have released a fresh video Bike Check giving us a closer look at Josh Delarosa‘s current Machine setup! This starts out with two minutes of WILD riding, then Josh gives us a run through of his rig, along with a preview of a few new goodies Bone Deth have coming this spring like bars, fork, pegs and more. Hit play and take it all in!
There isn’t manny options for 48-spoke hubs, rims or wheels these days, but when you send it the way the Bone Deth squad does, it’s completely necessary. Here’s a fresh promo featuring Josh Delarosaa showing you exactly why he uses the wheels from roof drops to launching off and over all sorts of things, Josh is definitely not scared to send it. Hit play and take it all in!
“Josh Delarosa putting the Bone Deth PH48s to use. Riding deadman set ups and rough terrain day in and day out. The Bone Deth PH48s are designed for riders who abuse wheels. Available at BoneDethChurch.com
Song: “Gimme Trouble” by ADULT PERIOD” – Bone Deth
Here’s a wild one for you! Bone Deth have released Kert Petersel‘s section from the “Too Fast For Food” DVD part online for your viewing pleasure! As always, Kert delivers some fast paced action with roof drops, big gaps, wallrides and more. Needless to say, this is too good to miss!
“The Estonian beast! We’ve always enjoyed watching Kert Petersel do his thing and this section from Bone Deth’s ‘Too Fast For Food’ could be his best yet. Full speed, rooftop blazing, gap to wall madness. And that ender… wow.” – DIG
Here’s another awesome section from the Bone Deth “Too Fast For Food” DVD for your viewing pleasure. This time around we get a look at Ratty Matty‘s section that’s loaded with awesome footage from park and pool sections, street spots and more. Matty is the kind of rider that you can’t really predict what he’s going to do since he has a deep bag of tricks and isn’t scared to send it! This is too good to miss!
“Looking for something a little different today? You’re in luck with Ratty Matty’s full blast section from Bone Deth’s ‘Too Fast For Food’ DVD. This is full of back brake boogies and a hell of a drop to close. Love this.” – DIG
Whenever you see Colt Fake‘s name pop up, you know you’re going to see something crazy. Here’s his section from the Bone Deth “Too Fast For Food” DVD online for your viewing pleasure. As expected, Colt went to work on crazy gaps, drops and wallrides with no shortage of speed and madness. This is one BMX video you won’t want to pass up!
“Colt Fake is a master of the BMX roof drop and terrifying deadman stunts in general. Watch him do all manner of gnarly moves in his short but super sweet section from Bone Deth’s ‘Too Fast For Food’ DVD. What a guy!” – DIG
Another section from the Bone Deth “Too Fast For Food” DVD for your viewing pleasure. This time around we get the short, but very sweet section featuring Jay Wilson charging rails and sending it on some heavy gaps and drops! Jay isn’t scared to send it!
“Hell yeah! Jay Wilson never disappoints and this time he goes way ‘Too Fast For Food’. No kink rail or access hop is safe – super short but mega sweet. Love it!” – DIG
Here’s another section from Bone Deth‘s “Too Fast For Food” DVD for your viewing pleasure. This time around we get a look at Dean Dickinson‘s section packed with pool and bowl shredding with a few Party Management guest clips for good measure. Take a look at all this weirdness.
“Pool riding connoisseur and bone-dad Dean Dickinson struts his stuff for the latest in the Bone Deth discography, ‘Too Fast For Food’. Expect empty pools and mustard stains!” – DIG
Bone Deth have uploaded another section from their “Too Fast For Food” DVD online for your viewing pleasure! This time around we get the International Mix section that’s loaded with wild riding, some serious Bone Babe action and more wild riding. Bungay, Vitaly Shaposnikov, and Anthony Parrilli delivered with the crazy grinds, roof and stair set drops and more!
“More BONE DETH boogers with an international mix of sauce and riding from Bungay, Vitaly Shaposnikov, and Anthony Parrilli.
Song: My Own Way – Trouble Boys” – Bone Deth