The crew over at Snakebite coming through with another rad interview for you to check out. This time around Lee Sultemeier caught up with the one and only Mat Hoffman to talk about everything from his favorite bands and beer to grinding the first rail, Hoffman Bikes beginning and future, hucking backflips over doubles for the first time and more! You can check out the full interview on the Snaktebite website — Getting Loose with Lee – The Mat Hoffman Interview
Brant Moore keeping his serious of drawing Pro riders going. This time around he decided to draw Mat Hoffman! Since we know Mat has been big into painting and art lately, we have a feeling he will be stoked on this one. Hit play to watch Brant draw this from start to finish! If you are digging these videos, you can also watch Brant draw Dave Mirra and this video of him Drawing Scotty Cranmer.
“Graphite pencil drawing of Mat Hoffman using only a Dixon Toconderoga #2 pencil.
If you’d like a print of this drawing, send me an email for more info.
What were you doing 50 years ago? It’s safe to say the majority of you reading this right now weren’t in existence and probably wouldn’t be for a number of years. On this day 50 years ago Dennis McCoy was born and it started a road to a very long, very amazing BMX career that is still chugging along! Mat Hoffman put together this rad little video to say Happy Birthday with footage that spans most of his career and even a few before he ever started his Pro career. Hit play and enjoy! Happy Birthday, DMC!
We’re not sure how many times Mat Hoffman has been told he will never ride a bike again in his lifetime, but so far those doctors have been wrong and we’re more than stoked on that. Mat just dropped a compilation of footage he collected from some of his backyard ramp sessions that he has been getting in this year, along with a few random clips from Woodward’s Mega Ramp and a few other ramps. This video is loaded up with a TON of different trick combos (Not to mention a bunch Mat invented over the years) with helmet cam and second angles mixed in. We got some good laughs out of the commentary, too… Mat literally calls himself out on a few of the tricks mid-air. This kicks a lot of ass, so hit play and check it out!
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The Hoffman Bikes crew keeping their DIY Jam series going strong. Here’s what went down during the stop at Al’s Bicycles from the long jump and longest skid and more! Hit that play button and take a look at what went down!
“June 13 the Hoffman Bikes team, Mat Hoffman, Seth Kimbrough, Trent McDaniel, David Cortez, Cody Anderson and Dravin Hallford meet up with with some local riders to shred at Al’s Bicycles in Edmond, Oklahoma.
2624 S. Broadway Ct.
Edmond, OK 73013
Phone: (405) 341-4331”
We always love hearing Mat Hoffman stories. The crew at Vice Sports caught up with Mat to talk about a bunch of his different injuries like shattering his shoulder on theSecret Ninja Big Air Ramp, the off the record Lars Ligament surgery, a time the rails on his seat blew threw his nut sack and more. This is hilarious and amazing. Check it out!
“Mat Hoffman is considered to be one of the best vertical ramp riders in the history of BMX and the creator of big air. Throughout his 36 year career as a BMX rider, he’s faced serious injuries and near death experiences.”
The Hoffman Bikes team have been bouncing around to different shops this summer doing some demos and hanging out with the locals. Here’s a look at what went down during the jam that went down at the Quickie Mart in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It looks like there was a big turn out and some real good riding went down.
“June 12 we traveled up to Tulsa, Oklahoma to put on stop 1 of the Hoffman Bikes Summer DIY Rail Jam. Team Mat Hoffman, Seth Kimbrough, Trent McDaniel, David Cortez, Cody Anderson, Dravin and Davin Hallford shredded with the locals for on awesome time.
Thanks to Quickie Mart for hosting stop 1 it was amazing. Stop 2 – Al’s Bicycles // Edmond, OK Edit dropping soon.