There haven’t been a ton of BMX DVD’s coming out these days, but there’s still a place for them because of the way footage comes and goes so fast on the internet these days. Over the past year or two, The Daily Grind crew have been busy stacking clips for their second full-length video “Hard Times” that was just released last week. We got our hands on a copy and figured it would be a good DVD to give you some insight on since it’s definitely a standout video from a lot of full-length videos we see these days, mostly due to the shock value in it. So, let’s get into this!
This past weekend, some of The Daily Grind crew loaded up and made their way to Atlanta, Georgia to check out the spots, have guns pulled, turn down some prostitutes and get loose! Check out this dialed video featuring Ryan Howard, Gremlin, Tony Cherry, Greg Goldberg, Zack Gerber and Scott Steele crushing spots and cooking up some heavy hangovers. This is one video you won’t want to miss!
Filmed and edited by Tony Cherry
Waxing a ledge sounds way too simple to have a how-to video about, but here Gremlin introduces a new step tot he process that I have never heard of. It really should help, though. Also for those that don’t know, his tip about waxing the side of the ledge can make a big difference. After the educational part is done, he and some Daily Grind homies jump on the newly waxed spot and hammer out some lines.
The boss man at The Daily Grind, Jon “Gremlin” Betchtold has this fresh edit of him slaying spots from the West Coast, Midwest and East Coast in this new edit. Gremlin isn’t scared to put all 4 of his pegs to proper use and this edit is proof of that. Hit that play button because it’s damn good.
“Gremlin and the Daily Grind Crew are always out filming for something. This edit was filmed over a span of a few little trips including a southern California trip, a NC weekend, and footage from Ohio. Filmed by Tony Cherry, edited by Gremlin”
I think at some point in every BMX riders life, they dream of starting their own company. 99% of the time the idea never really goes beyond that. That wasn’t the case from Jon “Gremlin” Betchtold who almost accidently started The Daily Grind. What started out as a website for him to post photos and videos eventually lead to a hub guard. Shortly after that, bar ends, a hub and a pedal. It’s awesome seeing how ideas can grown and change and when those ideas are left to a guy who actually rides, seeing quality being the main concern is even better. The Daily Grind might be a new name to what is commonly referred to as a flooded market, they’re doing things different than the cookie cutter brands that have been coming and going pretty quick lately. I decided it was time to find out what this operation was all about and to give you guys a little background on what they’re all about. Let’s take a look!
The Daily Grind dropped this new one featuring Gremlin absolutely dominating the streets. You will want to check this one out for sure!
Mojo, Troy Merkle, Gremlin, Dustin Vogeler, and Tony Cherry get a session in at Woodville Skatepark for this new edit. These guys all produce some real good stuff so take a peek.
Filmed & Edited by Tony Cherry