Here’s one we stumbled across featuring Evan Lane for Goods BMX! This video doesn’t have much info, but we would assume it was all filmed over the course of 2019 with plenty of dialed riding from skateparks and trails around the Portland area. Evan brings a laid back mix of tricks and plenty of style, making for a real good watch! Take a peek!
It’s pretty wild what you can do with a few bags of cement, plywood and a bunch of broken up concrete chunks and rocks. Check out this crazy DIY spot that Nathan Sykes, Evan Lane and Matt Cordova recently built out in this old abandoned ditch spot in California. This video Ride BMX starts out giving you a look into the project, followed by riding from those guys, along with Keith Treanor and Larry Edgar! Definitely a video worth giving a watch!
“D.I.Y. Do it yourself. More like D.I.W.F. Do it with friends. That’s what this whole project was about. We wanted to build something of our own. And well, we didn’t exactly know what we were doing, but that’s what made it fun! Life is about making memories with the people that you surround
yourself with and being able to create your own excitement. Building this quarter was more work than we had all imagined, but in the end it was well worth it. Go out and build your own fun!” — Nathan Sykes
Evan Lane coming in hot with a fresh BMX video for Locals Only that features footage that was stacked over the course of 2015 on street spots, skateparks and trails! This video keeps things interesting from start to finish, so take a peek and see what he cooked up!
“The Homie Evan Lane is putting a wrap on 2015. Few left over clips and few fresh ones and we have a 2 min edit with a little bit of everything.
Song : The Machine – Medulla
Filmers: Matt Cordova, Nathan Sykes
Editor: Nathan Sykes”
Goods BMX released this new one featuring Evan Lane cruising street spots, pools and cement parks all over the West Coast. If you’re looking for tailwhips and barspins, you won’t find them here. There’s nothing by style, a lot of speed, air and one hell of a roof drop that will leave you saying “what the hell?”. Get on that play button because this BMX video does NOT disappoint.
Here’s a fresh mix from the Portland area featuring Chester Blacksmith, Evan Lane, Logan Reynolds and more getting down for Goods BMX on some of their local cement parks and street spots!
“Cascadia is a series we do with all the homies! Tim Storey spent some time here in Portland and put this together.
BIg thanks to all the riders in the video!”
Check out Evan Lane bringing his creative and unique style to some sweet spots around Oregon!
“Hailing from the depths of Eugene, Oregon, Evan possess a style on his bike matched only by his powerful mustache. Steezing concrete, high-speed gaps, sketchy vert walls, and more. Get familiar. Credit: Vital BMX”