It always blows our mind when a BMX video surfaces online after a while. Today, Kings Ride Shop hit us with a link to a video of Josh Alderete that was made a few years back, but never found its way online until today! Crazy, right? Well, either way, we’re stoked it’s online because Josh puts together some amazing pegless freecoaster riding for you to enjoy. Josh is clearly a backward manual wizard! Check it out!
Head over to the Cult website to check out a fresh bike check with Josh Alderete and his current Cult X Kings Ride Shop setup featuring the San Jacinto Colorway and those Cuatro 4-piece bars a bunch of you are getting psyched on! We’re really digging the color of this BMX bike, that’s for sure! Take a closer look!
Keeping the party going! Josh Alderete’s section from the Cult “Small Talk” DVD is now online! Josh has been killing it for a long time, but I think this section will really open up some eyes to just how good he is! Check out some amazing pegless freecoaster lines that he cooked up for this one!
“We’re psyched to be rolling out the sections from Cult’s most recent DVD, Small Talk, that ever-so-greatly moved the spotlight from their pro squad to the ams. Something relatively fresh in BMX, focusing time and money and letting their up and comers is something that rarely happens, but building the team from the ground up is what Cult is all about, so we’re hyped to rename the best day of the week for the next month: Cult’s Small Talk Saturdays.” – Ride BMX
“The classification between amateur and professional in BMX has been discussed and debated, but never clearly defined. While the lines are still a little blurry, if we can agree that a professional includes a paycheck and a certain level of experience and skill, then we’re halfway there. So what is an am? Does BMX even need ams? Cult thinks so, and they helped set the precedent for an established am class in BMX with the release of Small Talk, their am-based video that gave Steven Mack, Josh Alderete, Iz Pulido, and Andrew Castaneda the center stage usually reserved for the pro riders.”
Hailing from Palm Desert, California, Josh is another one of the quiet shredders who is all about consistency and riding as smooth as possible. He’ll be the first to call himself out and just pedal back to the start and film the line again until he’s happy with it. Even if everyone else would have taken the first try, it’s all about Josh’s own standards.” – Cult
Head over to the Cult website for a look at Josh Alderete’s fresh Butter setup! It looks like they have some 4-piece bars in the works as well!
CULT have released their new DVD “SMALL TALK” which features Timmy Theus, Andrew Castaneda, Josh Alderete, Steven Mack, Luke Santucci, Grant Germain, Joe Molina, Floyd, Cody Levesque and Iz Pulido from their AM squad and is looking damn good! Take a peek at the trailer again if you missed it, then go order the DVD for $4.99 RIGHT HERE or you can get yourself a digital download in full HD for $3.99 HERE! You know this video is good… Pick it up!
Head over to the Cult website to check out Steven Mack’s dialed red B-Boy setup and Josh Alderete’s new black Stone Cold build! Both bikes are looking so good!
For all the kids out there that think they can’t progress or can’t have fun because they don’t have a skatepark around or because they don’t live in a city with amazing street spots, check this out. Josh Alderete mostly uses two and four pallets for this edit (a few clips feature other DIY items) and he does so many great tech combos. Very impressive.