This quick one from Bone Deth might only be 15 seconds long, but it feels longer because there is A LOT of badass clips in this short but sweet BMX video. Bungay is a beast and gets the job done right. Hit play and check it out… You know you have 15 seconds!
48-spoke wheels used to be the norm years back, but as time went on and technology advanced, 36-spoke wheels became the dominate to help save some extra ounces. The guys at Bone Deth still offer 48-spoke wheels because let’s be real… They’re absolute savages. This video is a clear indicator as to just why they offer them and what kind of hell they are built to withstand. I wonder if they are working on 48 spoke wrists, ankles and knees. Woof.
“The Bone Deth Deadman Team consider’s their product testing
“Torture Testing.” Beating up the bike as much as they can whilst trying not to beat up themselves. In this video they test the Bone Deth 48 spoked wheels, the PH 48’s. Riding from Sean Burns, Lee Hopkins, Colt Fake, Jay Wilson, Kert Petersel, Waffle, Chris Crawford, Bungay, Dirt Ron and Dean Dickinson.” – DIG
No shortage of Texas Toast 2014 videos! Here’s a fresh one Bone Deth dropped featuring their crew getting some time out on the course having a good time! Check it out!
“Colt Fake, Dean Dickinson, Robbie Nelson, Dirt Ron, and Jay Wilson nip slip the Odyssey Texas Toast course.
Song- Malt Liquor by “Nancy””
Keeping the party going, it was time to get a look at what Sean Burns and the Bone Deth crew have been working on! As always, we expected some bomb proof goods without much for crazy colors or extras. Although they only had a few new items, they have a bunch of dialed product worth checking out. Let’s get to it!
Bone Deth has some new t-shirts and a hoodie out, so they dropped this promo giving you a look at the shirts and the smoking hot Kitty Bone! Dammnnnnnnnn!
“Our newest line of softgoods BONE DETH STITCHES out now for September 2014…Kitty Bone tests the soft goods hot and wet. you can find the stitches at our online store www.bonedethbmx.com”
Apparently these ladies are fans of Bone Deth and even wrote a song about them… Well, I don’t know if it’s about them, but it’s still pretty rad. Check out this music video where they cruise around on a few bikes and have some awkward stunt double action, haha. That lead singer is a babe.
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“Bone Deth” performed by “Maid Of Ace”
filmed & directed by Mark Richards. 2014
additional live camera by Julian Wallinger
Maid Of Ace are an all sistah rock/punk band from Hastings.
Band members: Alison Elliott – guitar/vox, Amy Elliott – bass/vox, Anna Elliott – guitar/vox, Abby Elliott – drums.”