All photos by Nick Steben
Pool number two in my book, not quite sure how many Allen Twin has been too. We beat traffic and the sun setting to get to this pool out somewhere in LA. Allen carving the deep end on a tight tranny.
If you have Nick Steben on Snap Chat, there’s a good chance he’s been blowing your phone up with all sorts of videos from the shit he has been getting into in California lately. Check out this video from a trip to the Catalina Wine Mixer… Just kidding… The Catalina island with a few familiar faces. Not much for riding, but it looks like it was a good time!
“In the end of november Brandon Dosch, Hucker, Barspinner, Ricky Mosley and myself went on a day trip to Catalina Island. It was probably one of the funnest days i’ve had in a long time. We took the ferry over in the morning, rode some bmx, went diving and had some drinks before taking the ferry back to Newport in the afternoon. Nothing but good times with some good friends. Laid back day. I filmed some clips on my iPhone, GoPro, and 7D of the day and threw this together. Cheers!“
A few weeks back, our friend, Nick Steben, made a cross country move from Connecticut on the East coast all the way out to San Diego, California on the West coast just to mix things up a little bit for himself. Anyone who knows Nick, knows that he is always on the move and, in reality, this move probably isn’t that big of a surprise. Now that he’s avoiding the cold weather for a constant supply of 70’s and sunny weather, he has been busy taking advantage of the scene to spend as much time as possible as he can on his bike and shooting photos.
The other week, Ben Snowden through a jam in his backyard ramp paradise for everyone to come out and ride and have a good time. Nick was on hand for the day and ended up snapping a bunch of photos from the day for us to check out. We’ve got a brand new photogallery with 21 photos for you to take a peek at… Hit that link below to take it in!
Nick Steben sent through this video he put together from some clips he had laying around from some laps he got in at the trails last fall. Nick tosses a few tricks and spends plenty of time floating through the lines making for a real good watch. Take a peek!
I feel pretty confident to say that I travel because of FBM. They are the ones who started me off on my long journey in the world of traveling and living the “BMX lifestyle”. Back in 2004 I attended one of the Ghetto Street Jams up I’m Binghamton, New York. It was my first event I had attended in BMX. It changed my life forever. Ever since then I have tried to go to as many jams, contests and events that I could possibly go to over the years, near and far. I have never been disappointed by any of those trips. So, with that being said, when I heard about this FBM Bowl Jam in Richmond, Virginia, it was full speed ahead with a couple friends. Good times were had and many new memories were made. If you ever have a chance to make one of their jams, I would highly recommend it. Thanks to FBMX for putting on events like this and keeping the BMX spirit alive! – Nick Steben