Some of the Cult team rolled through Crucial BMX to spend a day cruising the ramps, rails and ledges out back with the locals. Here’s a raw cut video giving us a look at what went down during the jam! Looks like it was a good time to us!
Jordan Aleppo coming through with a remix of his footage from the The Bastard of the Abyss video that came out last year. This is just the riding, which cut about 10 minutes out of the video, so you get nothing but real dialed riding from all the spots he rode and places he travelled for this. This is a real good watch, so hit play and enjoy!
“Riding edit of my latest Sterling Estate video ‘The Bastard Of The Abyss’ for those who don’t want to sit through the full 15 minute video.
filmed around the world, Mostly filmed by iPhone.” – Jordan Aleppo
Jordan Aleppo and Ihsan Malik get down at the Sapadia park in Indonesia!
The Penumbra BMX crew sent through a link to a new video they put together from a session that Ihsan Malik got in at the Sapadia park while Jordan Alpeppo was visiting Indonesia. Hit play and check out what both of these guys cooked up for clips during the very productive session!
Filmed and edited by Dicky R. Ariowibowo
Jordan Aleppo dropped a new video from a trip to Hong Kong the Sterling Estate crew took!
Here’s a rad one featuring Jordan Aleppo, Archie Kenward, Chu Leung and Brett Decker getting down on spots all over Hong Kong, China over the course of a two week stay. With a city as massive as Hong Kong is, you know there was no shortage of spots for the guys to ride. Hit that play button to check out 4 minutes of goodness giving you a look at what they got into!
“2 weeks in Hong Kong on a cheap camera
thanks again to @shockerbmx and the whole gang
film/edit by Archie Kenward“
Here’s a really interesting video where Jordan Aleppo opens up about the tough life that he’s had and how BMX kept him going…
It’s always pretty wild how you can see somebody’s riding for years and never really know much about them. We’ve been fans of Jordan Aleppo and his riding or a number of years now, but we had no idea that he had a rough childhood. This video was definitely eye opening as Jordan tells the story of his childhood and, how he got into BMX and how it has helped him stay out of trouble and put in the work to get a real job and more. Not only is this a wild story, but there’s a ton of great riding in this one toward the end. Highly, highly suggest you give this a watch!
“As some of you may know that I’ve recently took a trip around the world, although one of the reasons why I went on this trip was to finally make time to ride my bike. The main reason was to get away from my reality.
After spending 8 months travelling around the world on my own where people can barely speak the same language, really open my eyes and allowed me to see things from a different perspective.
I’ve spent my whole childhood listening to counsellors telling me where I’m going to end up. However something as little as riding a BMX bike gave me the opportunity to change the path that was paved for me.
The things I mentioned in this video may be only be a sliver of my childhood,
I’ve always hidden my past, my name, my upbringing, the things I’ve done and the things I’ve seen.
But now, I more than welcome the name that was once given to me.
The Bastard Of The Abyss.
Professor Green – Forever falling
everyone seen in credits
special thanks to Archie Kenward and Bob Cheung
Thanks for watching” – Jordan Aleppo
Federal Bikes just dropped a fresh batch of Jordan Aleppo clips for your viewing pleasure.
Here’s a fresh one featuring Jordan Aleppo going to work on street spots around the East Midlands for Federal Bikes. As always, Jordan cooked up some real dialed clips filled with grinds, nose balance, spins, tailwhips and more. Get on that play button and take it all in. This one is
“Jordan spent a few days in Grantham and Nottingham to catch up with old friends and hit the streets.
Video by Charlie Jobling.
Music – Tony Yayo, Fake Love.” – Federal Bikes
Federal Bikes giving you a look at Jordan Aleppo’s current setup!
The crew over at Federal Bikes just dropped a brand new Bike Check with Jordan Aleppo and his current Bruno 2 setup that he’s been rolling around on decked out with Federal and Primo parts! You can check out a whole bunch of photos and a full parts list over on the Federal Bikes website here — Jordan Aleppo Bike Check
What do you think of those Pink Federal Response tires? How do you like the bike? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
The next episode in the Stephen Murray‘s “Staying Strong” autobiography series continues. This time around we get some words from Stay Strong team riders Jordan Aleppo, Bob Manchester and Ben Wallace on how they became apart of the team and how influential Stephen has been to them and BMX as a whole. Check it!
“With Stephen Murray’s autobiography ‘STAYING STRONG’ release on 22nd June 2017, we caught up with some members of the BMX team. They tell us how much respect they have for Stephen, what kind of things they’re expecting in the book, and consider the impact it might have on the BMX world…
Videos by Jordan Aleppo, Bob Manchester and Ben Wallace.
Edited by Robin Pearson”