Due for a new seat? Here’s a hell of a deal from Demolition! They have Chris Doyle’s signature Anthem pivotal seat on sale for $15 + free shipping on their WEB STORE right now! If you want a comfy seat that looks badass and supports the D-Man, this is the one for you! Pick one up!
It looks like somebody has the chance to win Jake Seeley’s bike decked out with Sunday and Profile Racing parts! All you have to do is download the Raskils App and enter your best pictures of you grinding. On November 4th, Jake will pick a winner and you will end up with that shiny bike right there!
Ho…ly… shit. I knew this was going to be gnarly when the trailer dropped last week, but damn this is crazy. Check out Bas Keep, Ben Hennon and Ruben Alcantara absolutely ROASTING one of the biggest dirt quarters ever. So good! Must See for sure!
“When Sebastian “Bas” Keep started on his Quarter Master project he had just one aim; he wanted to go bigger on dirt than he had ever been before.
Bas found the owners of the Revolution Bike Park in Wales receptive to his plan of building a huge 26ft dirt quarter pipe within their grounds. The idea to build the quarter pipe came to Bas around five years ago when he approached Red Bull with a simple sketch drawn on a piece of paper.
Fellow Brits, BMX rider Kye Forte and mountain bike legend Dan Atherton, helped turn Bas’ idea of the 26ft quarter pipe into reality. Both have considerable experience of building dirt jumps and were all too happy to help in this project.
Once the four month build was completed, Bas couldn’t wait to ride the quarter pipe and invited Ben Hennon and Ruben Alcantara to join him to ride the beast to see how big they could all go.” – Red Bull
This week I am proud to present an interview with Brett Banasiewicz. If you don’t know who Brett is, stop reading this immediately and go do some research. Once you take care of that, and get out from underneath the rock you have been living under, come back to this and check it out. I have known Brett for years now and have seen him come up in the crazy BMX world and rise straight to the top. I have been lucky enough to document Brett’s riding over the years at most major contests and it’s been obvious for a long time that Brett was ahead of his time. He was one of the youngest riders in the game for a while there and was holding his own against the rest of the BMX world. He has a huge fan following and although Brett has been dealing with the recovery process after his crash in 2012 he has been taking it all in stride and has the positive mindset of a true champion. His determination will inspire you to get out there and accomplish your goals. His focus and drive to get back to where he was is motivating to say the least and he has nothing but love for BMX. Check it!
Over the weekend, the 3rd annual Texas Toast Jam invaded Austin, Texas. Riders from all around the world made the voyage to this BMX mecca with nothing but good times in sight. Between the actual contests, the after parties all of the amazing people who were in town for the weekend and the weather holding out, the weekend was the perfect example of what BMX is all about — having fun.
After missing out the past two years, I decided there was no way in hell that I could possibly miss this one. I finally had things line up and I was able to make my first trip to Austin happen, and it was one of the best experiences I could have had.
I’m sure over the past few days you have seen a ton of coverage from the videos and photos that have surfaced. I quickly decided once I saw 20+ cameras out at all times, that I was going to make this trip a vacation and not about work. I took the slacker route and took my time to get my photos together instead of rushing to be the first one with coverage from the event.
After sifting through the 350+ photos I had on my memory card, I was able to narrow it down to 34 of my favorite photos I shot from the weekend where I compiled them into a photogallery for your viewing pleasure. Let’s take a peek!