Fernando Laczko and crew coming through with a solid mix from the streets. This one is pretty chill and laid back, but the riding is solid and worth a look! Check it out!
It’s amazing what the younger generation is doing on bikes! Here’s another prime example featuring Saul Vilar absolutely shredding some transitions on an 18″ bike! Speed, style, boost… This kid is good. Take a look!
“Fernando Laczko sent through this video he filmed with 13 year old Saúl Vilar out in Vigo, Spain and the little dude rips hard. Keep a look out for this guy in the future! Supported by Shadow Conspiracy and Subrosa via Action Wheels Shop. Here’s some info from Fernando:” – DIG
“Saúl is a 13 years old kid from Vigo, Galicia. I’ve known him for a while and he has been shredding his 16″ inch bike for a couple of years now before he grew a couple inches more, changed to the 18″ bike and got the hook up on Subrosa and Shadow via Action Wheels.
I don’t get impressed by kids too often these days… the level is amazing and there are so many but after casually meeting him and his father at different events, feeling their energy about BMX and watching him kill both park and street, I’m sure, sooner or later, many people will know about Saúl. When I knew that I was gonna spend a couple of days in Vigo, I was hyped to get some clips, so I hit him up and we met at his local park “Navia”. I didn’t expect a 3 min long hammer edit!” – Fernando Laczko
Fernando Laczko coming in hot with a fresh BMX video for Monster Energy packed with clips he filmed during some stealthy late night street missions over in Spain! Hit play to watch Fernando crush it, with some dialed film work to go with it!
“BMX Street riding in the streets is illegal and and if we add that people do not understand why we ride there, security guards, police officers, children and the number of people on the streets during daylight hours … make it impossible to be illegal as well. That’s why we have decided to make the video totally filmed at night.” —Fernando Marmolejo
Filmed, edited and photos by Fernando Marmolejo
United cooked up a fresh video Bike Check with Fernando Laczko an his current Incarnate V2 setup! Hit play to let Fernando give you the run through of his setup, along with some riding clips from the streets of Barcelona for your viewing pleasure!
“Whilst away in Barcelona before the lockdown we were forced to take some days off of the bikes so this made for a perfect time to sit down and get some bike checks. First up with Fernando we get a closer look at his current set up, including some signature parts and colours. Ultra gloss white is icey!
Frame – United Incarnate v2 – Ultra gloss white – Fernandos signature colour
Fork – United Dinero forks
Bars – United Dirty bars – Fernando signature bar
Stem – United Purge stem
Cranks – United Severance
Pedals – United Valentino
Chainring – United MDLCLS bash guard sprocket
Wheels – United Suprme
Pegs – United Stealth 110mm
Tyres – United Direct tyres 2.3 and 2.4
Seat – United Reborn fat
Seatpost – United Reborn pivotal” – United BMX
It’s always pretty amazing what different riders can bring to a place. Here’s a perfect example of what 30 riders from all over Spain threw down during their 30 day stay in Valencia, Spain! Excellent riding and great spots lead to 30 minutes of footage that’s well worth a look. This will definitely leave you wanting to go to Valencia, so hit play and enjoy!
This video also reminds us of the Brighton Ain’t Ready videos that dropped a bunch of pro riders in Brighton, England over the course of a summer. Who remembers that one?
“This is awesome. 30 riders in the city of Valencia, Spain during the course of a month. With the likes of Fernando Laczko, Miguel Cuesta, Carlos Vinuesa, Pinky, Jaume Sintes, Diego Montergo and more this is one you don’t want to miss on. Plus those spots… oh man.
“With the help of different BMX shops in Spain, more than 30 riders came to Valencia during a period of 30 days to film all around the city .
Different shops from the country worked together to push riders and show all of you guys that Spanish BMX is alive and doing well.
Thanks again to all the shops and people involved, Edgar Barbera and Frame Magazin for filming!”
Happy Bike Shop
4130 Bike Company
Terror BMX” – DIG
United Bike Co. have decided to released their full “Affirmation” DVD online for everyones viewing pleasure! This 30+ minute BMX video is filled with riding the team filmed over a pretty short time period of 6 months, which is not much time to film for a full length DVD these days. Despite the short timeline, the team was able to produce plenty of dialed clips on the spots they cruised along the way! Hit play and enjoy the full video. If you would like a DVD copy, you can pick up a copy for about $8 on the United website!
“Affirmation is a chance for us to introduce a few new faces in with a mix of old. No bells and whistles just the crew having a good time and doing what they do. Filmed over the space of 6 months (and some footage that had been sat on for a while) by Emerson Morgan, featuring Fernando Laczko, Ben Gordon, Kris Bunnage, Jack Seymour, Jack Gruber, Alex Valentino, Frasier Hill, Justin Care, Jeff Kocsis, George Duran, Fooman, Jordan Okane, Harry Mills Wakley and Miki Fleck.” – United Bike Co.
What happens when you load Dima Prykhodko, Sergio Layos, Fernando Laczko and Moritz Nussbaumer up for a road trip to ride a bunch of skateparks and street spots between Germany and the Netherlands? Good things! Here’s a BMX video giving us a good look at what the crew got into along the way! You already know these guys delivered!
“BMX Street Roadtrip (ad/collab): Suzuki X Street X Transitions / woozyBMX Germany / Netherlands Edit 2019 — Featuring Dima Prykhodko, Sergio Layos, Fernando Laczko & Moritz Nussbaumer! Enjoy! leave a like , comment & subcribe if you want to support us. thanks!! #bmx #woozybmx #suzuki
We went to Cologne, Venlo, Duesseldorf and Bonn for a few days with the Suzuki Ignis! Thanks for the support! It was a blast. More soon!” – Woozy BMX