You know a video is amazing when you can hear a song and it immediately reminds you of a specific video part. Chris Doyle‘s section from the System Cycle “System Video” from 2004 is a perfect example of that. Watch Chris absolutely crush trails, ramps and street spots to the Oasis “Morning Glory” song that goes so perfectly with the riding. Just under 5 minutes of absolute hammers that you cannot pass up. Hit play and enjoy! Shout out to Snakebite for uploading this gem!
Here’s the latest
Unclicked Podcast Overclicked Podcast for your viewing pleasure. This one is a unique concept with multiple guests packed into an hour and 44 minutes during Battle of Hastings a few weeks back! Hit play and take in a whole bunch of goodness with Ryan Fudger and Chris Doyle as the hosts!
“We’ve got a special episode of Unclicked…I mean OVERCLICKED! Fudger and Doyle chop it up with some absolute legends in BMX at the Battle of Hastings. Hit play and enjoy.
0:00 – Ruben Alcantara
24:29 – Jordan Godwin
38:10 – Sergio Layos
56:09 – Mark Burnett
1:15:07 – Owain Clegg
1:31:27 – Reed Stark” – Our BMX
Snakebite coming through with another classic for you to start your weekend off right! Here’s the full Fox Racing “Expendable 3” video that has an absolutely legendary lineup of riders! The video was released back in 2002 and features riding from Ruben Alcantara, Fuzzy Hall, The Shadow, Dave Mirra, TJ Lavin, Colin Winkelmann, Alan Cooke, Chris Doyle, Taj Mihelich, Brian Foster, Bruce Crisman, Luc-E, Mike Laird, Josh Harrington, Chad Kagy, Colin Mackay, Nate Wessel, Ronny Chalk, Punjab and more! This ha a little bit of everything from street to park, trails and flatland. Needless to say it’s a damn good watch, and I personally can’t even count the number of times I watched this one when it came out 19 years ago.
Snakebite keeping the old school uploads going strong! Here’s the full DK “Damn Kids” video from 1998 for your viewing pleasure! This video is an absolute gem featuring so many legends. Check out riding from Mike Ardelean, Chris Doyle, Nate Hanson, Todd Walkowiak, Dave Freimuth, Leigh Ramsdell, Colin Winkelmann, Robbie Miranda, Neil Wood, Adam Volk, Herb Hill, Brian Vowell and Matt Macik. Street, trails, ramps and more. If you want a proper history lesson, or just want to relive the good old days, hit play and enjoy! Too good to pass up!
Here’s one we’ve been excited to see. Bobby Valentine has released “Welcome To Pittsburgh 6.9 as a start of a series of videos leading up to the full-length “Welcome To Pittsburgh 69” video. Hit play for 11 minutes of footage featuring Mark and Mike Potoczny, Tom Arkus, Cameron Nicols, Chris Doyle, Luke Nate and Shane Halahan, Kevin McNamara and more!
“Summer/Fall 2020 edit of a small part of the Pittsburgh BMX scene. This is a precursor to Welcome To Pittsburgh 69 which will be released in the Fall of 2021. Welcome To Pittsburgh 69 will be ten times the video that Welcome To Pittsburgh 6.9 is, it’s mathematically guaranteed.
Doc Watson: Sitting on Top of the World
Weed Eater: Weed Monkey
Diamond Rugs: Hightail
The Damned: These Hands
The Damned: I Feel Alright
Cardi B: WAP feat. Megan the Stallion
Death: Freaking Out” – Bobby Valentine
Snakebite are always delivering with the classics! Here’s one we’re sure a ton of people will be stoked on. Check out Chris Doyle‘s section from the DK “Damn Kids” video that was released way back in 1998! As always, Chris’ riding is timeless so even after all these years this still kicks a ton of ass. Take a look!
It has been a while since we’ve seen a video pop up on the Vinyl BMX Vimeo account! Here’s a fresh one from some of the sessions going down in the woods and Tom Arkus‘ driveway trails out in Pennsylvania in this new video Tom put together featuring a bunch of familiar faces like Mark and Mike Potoczny, Chris Doyle, Mason Ritter, Bobby Valentine, the Halahan brothers and more. This is a super good watch and definitely a BMX video you won’t want to pass up!
“During these unpredictable times we made the most of it shredding the trails. Featuring Pa Locals. Filmed by David Leep. Edited by Tom Arkus.“
The X Games coming through with another rad video. This time around they had Chris Doyle sit down to talk about how he started riding in the X Games, his long career and plenty of podiums along the way. Chris always delivers, so hit play and take this all in!
“Before taking on the role of BMX analyst at X Games, Chris Doyle was a go-to name for invites in BMX Dirt at X. From the early days of San Diego all the way up to X Games Austin, Doyle managed impressive finishes all the way up through 2015, when he took the bronze medal in Austin. Now working behind the scenes at X Games for BMX events, Doyle reflects on his time in the BMX spotlight at X.” – X Games