It’s the 69th (giggity) edition of the weekly Products column today! If you haven’t caught on by now that every Saturday we pull out 5 dialed BMX parts for you to take a closer look at you’re blowing it (giggity)! This week we’re going to take a closer look at the Grave Digger tire from Subrosa, the Freedom bars from Freed Bikes, the Fat Logo seat from Profile Racing, the new Wizard sleeves from Fit Bike Co. and then wrap things up with the Drive Side hub guard from The Daily Grind! Let’s get into this!
The Shadow Conspiracy had some leftover clips from their team trip to Woodward Camp the other week. I’m assuming they’re going to drop a few quick edits with the clips they didn’t use like this video featuring Simone Barraco! Check it!
Here’s the first of many unseen clips that Subrosa will be dropping from their Atlanta Trip video! Check out a little rap action followed by some grind action… Then CLICK HERE to watch the full video again!
“During the filming of “Subrosa in Atlanta”, 1:45 A.M. Subrosa pro rider Kyle Hart drops a beat while Sammy Cash drops a rhyme on the streets of Atlanta. Scott Ditchburn finishes the clip with a double peg to hard 180. A pretty normal scene for a Subrosa trip.“
Drew Hosselton’s signature Hatchet fork from Volume Bikes dropped today along with this new promo edit that’s got some really good riding mixed with a few shots of the fork and some hilarious extras. Hit that play button and take it all in!
“Raban’s Iron Chachi Promo is certainly a tough act to follow, but once again I think we’ve succeeded in putting out something that is one part BMX video, one part product promo, and one part rap video. This trifecta of things plus some top of the line visual effects have allowed Drew to finally live out his childhood dreams of being a real life ghetto cowboy, while simultaneously promoting his new signature Volume Hatchet forks.
Filmed & Edited by Mike Mastroni
Music: Bone Thugs & Harmony – “Ghetto Cowboy”
Drew Hosselton’s signature fork made from 100% heat-treated CRMO tubing. Featuring a 1-pc internally and externally butted steer tube and with ultra tapered legs. Wider blades to fit bigger tires. End of blade is notched for plenty of peg clearance. 5mm thick dropouts w/ machined cutouts to save weight. Available in Chrome & Flat Black. More info here: volumebikes.com/parts/fork-hatchet/“
It’s videos like this that gets me so stoked for the future of BMX. Take a look at how incredibly good Sunday Bikes Young Gun, Kaden Stone, is getting! So many rad tricks this little guy has on lock now days!
“Filmed&Edited by Adam Sims
Song Credit: The Light – Prod. By J.D Beatz (http://www.jdbeatz.com)
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Here’s one that complete caught me off guard. Daniel Rosenthal sent through his latest video featuring Andrew Gul. I personally don’t think I’ve ever seen footage of this guy riding before, but he’s incredibly dialed, has a huge bag of tricks and looks completely comfortable hucking tricks over pretty much any ramp setup he comes across. How this guy has probably been this good for so long and I’ve never heard of him blows my mind. All I do know is that you should watch this video!
“Andrew Gul has been a well know Australian bmx rider over the past decade. Originally sponsored by Mongoose, now riding for Condemned Bike Co. This section is filmed around Melbourne, Australia including such places like the Melbourne Showgrounds (Bike Demo), Rampfest Indoor Skateprk and of coarse at his local, Melton Skatepark. This guy is truely an amazing rider who never goes less than massive, It’s just unfortunate videos never gives true justice compared with the real thing but it’s always a treat to see Andrew Gul Shred in person. Nice Whips, Big Flips and Dialed Spoke Jam Combos is just a taste of Gul’s skillz
Film and Edit by: Daniel Rosenthal
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Hilltop Hoods Speaking In Tongues Ft. Chali 2na” – Daniel Rosenthal
It’s time to start your Friday off right with some dialed BMX photos! Check out this fresh photogallery we just dropped by Chicago based photographer, Josh Olszwoka, who sent through 22 dialed photos featuring the likes of Joe Battaglia, Chase Pauza and Glenn Salyers killing it on a ton of street spots and skateparks! We’ve also got our fresh photogallery up and running so it’s now easier to page through all the photos! Go give the photos a look now!