Over the past few weeks Snakebite have been uploading sections from the “Livin’ In Exile” video that was originally released back in 2005. This video that was produced by Ride BMX was (and still is) an absolutely stacked BMX video with riding from Mike Escamilla, Brian Kachinsky, Corey Martinez, Will Love, Seth Kimbrough, Stephen Lilly, Nigel Sylvester, Blackman, Danny Hickerson, Kurtis Elwell, Sergio Layos, Bruce Crisman and more! Hit play and take all 40 minutes of this video in!
Here’s one we’ve been waiting for Snakebite to upload! Check out Brian Kachinsky‘s section from the “Livin’ In Exile” video that was originally released back in 2005! This section is packed with dialed riding from when Brian was rocking both front and back brakes, with footage from a ton of classic Midwest parks like Undercover, Area 51, Jellystone and more, and street spots. This is a real good watch, so hit play and check it out!
Here’s another section from the System Cycle “System Video” that was originally release back in 2004! This time around we get a heavy section from Brian Kachinsky filled with clips from street sessions to parks like 4Seasons Milwaukee and Madison, Area 51, Jellystone and Lake Owen (I think) around the Wisconsin area and I think even a few clips from 3rd Laid in Minneapolis. The Midwest park knowledge is going hard here. As expected, Brian lays down some heavy moves, and took a lot of heavy slams in the process. This is a damn good watch even after all these years. Take a look!
GT Bicycles coming through with a fresh video from some time the squad spent cruising around Tallinn, Estonia hitting up street spots and the SPOT park As always, these guys all deliver with a ton of great riding and the spots are so good. Hit play and take it all in!
“Brian Kachinsky, Julian Molina, Parker Heath, Sullyvan Guaincetre, and Michael Dickson spent five days post Simple Session exploring the streets of Tallinn, Estonia. Ready for some new spots in the old world? Hit play to see some BMX in the Baltics.
Film / edit: Chris Tilk” – GT Bicycles
Source BMX decided it was time to build some ramps in their U.S.A warehouse in Kentucky! Here’s a look at the first proper sessions that Brian Kachinsky, Cory Wiergowski, Grant Castelluzzo and more got in on the setup! This place looks like a ton of fun to ride!
“We are proud to bring you the first in a long line of videos from our new park in Louisville, Kentucky “The Distillery”
Watch as the park designer Brian Kachinsky and master ramp builder Cory Wiergowski of Ramped Construction join our squad of Source staff to lay down HAMMERS!
Filmed by Grant Castelluzzo
Edited by James Cox” – Source BMX
During the GT Camp Vibes trip to Woodward East, Brian Kachinsky did some coaching with some of the campers to help them learn how to opposite 360. Here’s a look at how it all went down with plenty of fist bumps and opposite 360s!
“Learning new tricks is what camp is all about! BMX pro and Summer Camp VIP, Brian Kachinsky, has a solid session with some lucky campers, teaching them the ins and outs of opposite 360’s.” – Woodward East
The GT team recently spent a week out at Woodward East riding all the parks, plazas and trails, and hanging out with all the campers! Here’s a 23 minute mix giving us a look at the riding and good times that were had! You know this squad always delivers!
“After over a year of solo acts, it was awesome to get some of the band back together. Brian Kachinsky, Dan Conway, Demarcus Paul, Jeff Purdy, Julian Molina, Chelsea Wolfe, and Mason Ritter had four incredible days at Woodward East, shredding everything in their path, kicking it with the campers, and enjoying the camp vibes.
Film / edit: Jeff Zielinski
Additional Filming: Demarcus Paul & Dan Conway” – GT
GT Bicycles dropped this short but sweet promo video featuring Brian Kachinsky slaying spots around Chicago on his signature Globetrotter frame! The frame is now available in a new Gloss Red Flake color that is looking rad. Hit play and take a look at the riding and the frame!
“The Globetrotter is Brian Kachinsky’s signature frame. Tried, tested, and made true by the entire team. With a 75.5° HT, 13.3” – 13.625” CS, and 20.75” and 21” TT, it features geometry suited for all styles of riding and is built to withstand anything BK and crew throw at it. Now available in limited Gloss Red Flake. Ask for one at your local GT dealer or favorite mailorder.” – GT Bicycles