All photos by Chase Davidson
Toshio Takagi going upside down over the spine.
Toshio Takagi DOUBLE backflip.
Steven Moxley double peg to tailwhip.
Steven Moxley icepick to tailwhip.
Steven Moxley with a dipped 360.
Steven Moxley barspin to fufanu!
This past weekend, the annual Toronto X Jam, formerly known as the Toronto BMX Jam went off and you better believe some incredible riding went down! Check out highlights in the BMX video above! Spoiler alert, Drew Bezanson drops some insane bombs.
After you watch the video: Toronto X Jam 2016 Finals Photogallery
“Heavy hitters gather in Toronto for Canada’s biggest BMX contest of the year. Watch as Drew Bezanson, Colton Walker, Nick Bruce, Rob Armour, Jake Leiva, Steven Moxley, Brandon Webster, and more throw down!
Credit: Tyler Rizzi” – Vital BMX
Yesterday things in Toronto went off with qualifying for the 2016 Toronto X Jam! With heavy hitters like Drew Bezanson, Steven Moxley, Joel Bondu, Nick Bullen, Cory Wiergowski, Corey Walsh, Nick Bruce, Colton Walker and more all dropping in, you know plenty of amazing riding went down. We had photographer Chase Davidson out there snapping photos. Below is a link to a fresh photogallery giving you a look at some of the ridiculous riding that went down! Expect more from Finals soon!
Just when you though you have seen everything from Drew Bezanson‘s ridiculous Uncontainable video from Red Bull, a new video giving you another perspective surfaces. This time around, GoPro have some behind the scenes footage with some crazy angles we haven’t seen yet. Highly, highly suggest you give this a look because it’s just mind blowing how gnarly this all is, even after seeing it so many times. We have re-embedded the Uncontainable video below for your viewing pleasure.
“Enter the dream project of Canadian professional BMX rider Drew Bezanson. When you run out of options on the street it is time to take to the sky, erecting two one of a kind shipping containers in his hometown of Truro, Nova Scotia.
Join us behind the scenes and watch the incredible team of ramp builders, led by Nate Wessel, as they redefine creativity and push the boundaries of what is possible in BMX.
It’s about that time of the year for some hype for Simple Session! This show kicks things off with Drew Bezanson and Pat Casey cruising around Estonia for a bit talking about the contest, then we get a look at the course that Nate Wessel designed and built, then we get highlights from the contest! We can only imagine that Simple Session 16 will be absolute madness.
“The 15 year anniversary Simple Session BMX finals pits the globe’s best BMX riders against each other in what has become the contest to watch for the biggest and most progressive riding anywhere. Hosted at the Tondiraba Hall in Tallinn, Estonia, the course is a brilliant venue for the riders to show off their newest, show stopping tricks.”
Toyota has been going hard on their Tacoma promotions. Here’s a video they just dropped giving a little insight into a trip Drew Bezanson took with a few friends to ride BMX, dirt bikes, mountain bikes and more! … Anyone else feel like they need a truck?
“Don’t miss this rare glimpse into what Pro BMX, MOTO and Snowboard Olympians do for fun. Watch as these fearless pros and their childhood friends answer the “can you play” rally cry in the rugged 2016 Toyota Tacoma filled with toys as they head into the Eastern Sierras in search of hidden playgrounds with stunning natural backdrops. Don’t miss Drew Bezanson and Weston Peick go head-to-head in a friendly mud pit competition while Louie Vito and his crew set up a movie theater at basecamp to watch the spectacular first ups from the weekend.”