Nate Richter made his way to the Full Factory Ramp Jam this past weekend in California where he called out a bunch of tricks for guys like Broc Raiford, Jim Bauer, Adam Banton, Jeff Z, Tom Villarreal, Victor Salazar and Eric Lichtenberger. Take a look at what went down!
Pretty much everyone who has ever picked up a camera in BMX has been inspired by a man that goes by the name of Jeff Z. Jeff is undoubtable one of the best photographers in BMX and I’m stoked to let you know that he’s got a brand new photo site loaded with a ton of his latest work for you to check out. Hit up JeffZieleinski.com and have a look!
The new cover of Ride BMX featuring Dakota Roche is so wild. Jeff Z. recently sat down with Dakota to talk a little bit about what went into getting the shot and to let him know it’s going on the cover for the first time. Stoked for Dakota!
Ride BMX dropped this video giving you a little behind the scenes look at their latest cover featuring Ty Morrow. They get some thoughts on the photo and how it all went down with Jeff Z and Ty. Definitely take a look at this.
Head over to the Ride BMX website to check out 14 of Jeff Z’s latest unseen photos. Always stoked on some Jeff Z. photos.
Jeff Z. posted up a bunch of his unseen photos on the Ride BMX site. They’re all real good so g take a peek.
“These clips of Edwin ended up on the cutting room floor during the editing of the first Animal Video. They were filmed by Jeff Zielinski during 2000 and 2001.” – Animal.
There’s a ton of a photos surfacing from the Texas Toast Jam. You can check out practice photos from Sandy Carson right here as well as day one here on ESPN. Then you can cruise over to Ride BMX and check out Jeff Z’s photos from Day One and then Day Two. I’m expecting a flood of videos to hit as soon as the recovery from partying too hard happens.