I had a feeling this was coming! The other day S&M Bikes uploaded Matt Beringer’s section from their 2004 DVD “Please Kill Me”… Now today they uploaded all the sections from the video to their [Read more…]
Where does time go? The S&M Bikes “Please Kill Me” video has been out for 10 years now… and it still kicks a ton of ass! S&M uploaded Matt Beringer’s section their Youtube page today, so that’s more than enough of a reason to post this! Enjoy!
If you didn’t see the Nora Cup winning DVD “Killjoy”, you’re slipping! At least now you have a chance to make up for it now, as it’s online free for everyone to enjoy. With a line up like Elf, Cameron Wood, Dave Thompson, Rob Wise, Tate Roskelley, Matt Beringer, and Mike Aitken, what are you waiting for?
Another month has gone flying by. August is a wrap and September is on it’s way! Crazy to think how fast the summer went by! Just the same, this past week went flying by and there were a ton of BMX videos that came out that were definitely worth seeing! We’ve gone through the Daily Section and pulled out 21 of the BEST BMX videos from August 26th through September 1st for you guys to enjoy! Check out riding from Erik Elstran, Bjorn Mager, Mike Curley, Nathan Williams, Corey Martinez, Alex Valentino, Rooftop, Emile Bouwman, Matt Beringer, Tom Stretton, Rob DiQuattro, Justin Fouque, Andrew Jackson, Cory Wiergowski, Ryan “Biz” Jordan and many, many more! Let’s get into it!
Oh man… Here’s another classic. Check out Matt Beringer giving you the proper tour of his house back in 2007 for Little Devil. It’s hard to believe Matt has sold this house and is moving on…
“Matt Beringer gives you a rolling tour of his house, one of the raddest bmx spots ever created by man. Filmed and edited by Derek Adams in 2007. Music by the Dead Kennedys.
The year is 2013. Now that Matt is in the process of moving out and selling his house, I thought this would be a perfect time to look back at the incredible spot he created with so much blood, sweat, and love for bmx. The spot he created at his home in Utah inspired an entire generation of bmxers who grew up wishing they could ride Matt’s yard. I’m sure everyone has dreamed they could live Beringer’s life, if for only a week. I was lucky enough to stay and ride there a handful of times, and those memories are burned into my brain like they were yesterday. I think I can speak for us all, thank you Matt for being such an awesome piece of this puzzle we call bmx. Cheers to the future. #cobrasneverdie.” – Derek / Little Devil
One thing that I have noticed in life is that it’s much more enjoyable if you take risks, actively pursue your dreams, and constantly strive to better yourself. With that being said, I have recently had the urge to tell a specific story about a photo that I shot last October in Utah and feel like it’s the perfect time to do just that. As always, I try to keep the reader’s of this column interested and on their toes as far as what to expect week after week. I have an entire archive of photos that I could sit and write stories about but not every one stands out amongst the pack the way that this one does. It’s got a unique tale to tell and an ending that is incredibly bitter sweet that might catch many of you off guard. It serves as a constant reminder to take advantage of every opportunity that comes your way and to always expect the unexpected.
Sad but true. The end of an era is upon us. Spotted on TCU.
Mike Meister has been spending some time bouncing back and forth between Colorado and Utah getting some sessions in. This video gives you a look at a pool he rode along with a bunch of footage from Matt Beringer’s yard. I’d suggest you check this out since there won’t be much footage surfacing from the Beringer compound anymore.
“This video represents a small, but important part of a recent trip I was lucky enough to be involved in. Some of the major elements are portrayed within. The Birthday Party, Riding a sweet pool as well as a sweet garage set up. But most importantly, hanging out with old friends and meeting new ones.