The N1 Project caught up with Verde‘s Matt Priest and Lima to talk about their new joint signature frame, the Oxbridge. Both of these guys give you a run through all of the specs and details and talk about how they both worked together to make it a frame their both really happy with. They even put together a little extra riding footage filled with style for miles to show you what they can do with the frame. If I can ride like these guys, I want one.
Head over to the Verde website to check out a few fresh photos of Lima’s dialed new Oxbridge rig that he built up with this new silver / black hammer color way. It sounds like this frame will be available worldwide soon so keep your eyes out for that. Who’s feeling that color way?
Here it is! The video I’m sure a bunch of us have been waiting to see. Red Bull took Ben Hennon, Sergio Layos and Lima to this crazy transitioned rock spot where they found some crazy lines and transition to ride. This looks like it was such a blast to ride! Hit play now!
“On the small island of Gozo in the Mediterranean ocean exists a freak of nature. Thousands of years of erosion have carved a landscape of cliffs into a natural and ancient skatepark.
An area of rideable sandstone cliffs is isolated to a one-mile stretch of coastline, first found by local riders from the neighbouring island of Malta.
Miles from the nearest city, Hennon, Lima and Sergio camp out on the hard rock surface by the ocean to ride the very unique spot for a full day under the baking sun.
Here’s the video of Hennon, Lima and Sergio at the Rock Park, filmed and edited by Will Evans.“
Here’s a little teaser for a pretty crazy spot Red Bull took Sergio Layos, Liam and Ben Hennon to recently. This is bound to be a pretty wild video. Who wants to ride this spot?
“Sergio Layos, Liam ‘Lima’ Eltham and Ben Hennon travel to the small island of Gozo in search of an entirely natural skate park made of rock. Check back next week for the full photo story and video feature.
Filmed by Will Evans.”
Over the summer, Matt Priest, Bas Keep and Lima took a little road trip up to Glasgow, Scotland. During their trip they hit a few parks and trails where they filmed for this dialed new video from Relentless that is filled with goodness.
“This summer our BMX rider Matt Priest got together a few of his friends and headed north to Scotland to check out Relentless House Party Glasgow. Along the way he hit up his local trails spot the Woodyard, newly built Corby skatepark, and the famous UNIT 23 skatepark in Glasgow, before finally reaching the Relentless House Party for a few well deserved drinks and live music from Yashin, Bleed from Within and more.”
Ride UK caught up with Lima to find out 7 of his go-to tricks. Check him out laying down plenty of style at the Oxford Wheels Project for this video. Take a look!
Filmed and edited by Johnny Elia
Relentless caught up with Lima to get the step by step on how to do a barspin to lookback. Take a peek and then give it a go!