Ryan Sher talks about the origins of his love of BMX which includes a parade, Ian Monroe, and newspaper shin guards. An interesting tale indeed.
Shawn McIntosh and Tony Neyer call the shots for each other at a public park with that shit coping that doesn’t grind right. Yeah, you know the type. Luckily it’s nothing a little wax and plastic can’t fix. They shut it down and seem to have a great time all the way through.
Corey Martinez talks about his first BMX bike and what drove him to keep pushing his limits when he was younger. Unlike usual, this time they threw in a bunch of riding clips, which makes it even better!
Check out Nick Ince putting all 4 of his pegs to heavy use in this brand new edit from Crooked World.
“Nick Ince brings you 3 hella-solid minutes of a NorCal peg party in his newest video part filmed over the course of 2013. It’s shocking how dialed this guy is and then out of nowhere he bangs a 180 t-bog down the Quimby set and shoots the bars across two area codes for his ender.“
BMX legend Joe Rich talks about the first times that his wheels ever came off the ground. It’s funny how jumping curbs in the neighborhood can be a small as a childhood passtime, or it can guide the direction of your whole life.
Cory Nastazio tries to balance the desire to progress with the reality of his age and responsibilities, and sometimes it just doesn’t work out. To try to get sorted out, he took a trip to Mind Studio in Carlsbad, California and got hooked up to some high tech computers to see what was going on up there. At the end of the day, it seems like a good old fahsioned pep talk from former AA-pro racer Dr. Jason Richardson did the most good, however.
The first thing you may notice about Tanner Easterla is his unorthodox handlebar angle. That shouldn’t be your focus for long, as his abilities to spin down big drops and grind everything in sight should be what your mind is on by about the 2nd clip. This won’t be the last we see of this up and coming talent I’m sure!
Considering how manly Van Homan is, it’s really no surprise that he learned how to jump over something called “The Pit of Doom”, which often contained nails aiming upward out of a board for bonus scariness. Take a walk down memory lane with Mr.Homan.