It’s not the first time we’ve seen Nigel Sylvester working with the A$AP Mob crew, but it looks like he found himself with a few appearances in the new A$AP Ferg music video for the “New Level” song that popped up online just the other day. This video is pretty wild and all over the place, so it’s cool to see they some how managed to incorporate BMX into it. Hit play and take it all in.
Here’s one for you guys. Ryan Navazio decided to upload the BMX video from a trip to Japan that Mark Gralla, Jeff Kocsis, Ben Lewis, Tyrone Williams, Nigel Sylvester, Tom White and Nick Benson took back in 2013. This was part of the QSS 6 video that was released based around the trip. This one has been online before, but Ryan re-uploaded it to his personal Youtube channel, which was a good enough reason for us to repost it, since it’s a real good watch. Take it all in!
We don’t get surprised when Nigel Sylvester pops up on major media places anymore. Nigel is always working on sources outside of BMX and it looks like he has added another one to the books. Check out this video Fox Sports dropped featuring Nigel and Levi Maestro cruising around Los Angeles while Nigel tells his story. Take a look!
We’re not surprised when we see Nigel Sylvester getting some exposure outside of the typical BMX market. Today we see he has a new video on Hypebeast where he talks a little bit about making BMX his career and the freedoms that are involved in that choice. Pretty interesting and it’s pretty short and sweet. Take a peek!
“HYPEBEAST has teamed up with The Compound, a creative studio located in the birthplace of hip-hop, New York City, on Compound Conversations – a series of interviews in a surreal space curated by SetFree. Our last installment in this series features Nigel Sylvester, the pro BMX extraordinaire who has made a name for himself popularizing the urban sport. Here, the New York City native shows his passion for BMX, likening his bike to a channel through which to communicate the freedom he feels while riding. Constantly challenging himself while pushing the sport forward, Sylvester recounts the proudest moment of his rise to fame thus far, and what turning your passion into a living really means. For more insights into prominent personalities, click through to see the past episodes from Compound Conversations.”
Nigel Sylvester just released his latest video which is a POV cruise through New York city where he links up with a ton of different people from John Hicks to ASAP Ferg and more. The film work and editing kind of makes this almost feel like Grand Theft Auto, haha. Take a look.
“Pro BMX rider Nigel Sylvester Presents his Latest Content Series, GO!
BMX has always been about expressing your point of view. For the first time, Nigel gives us a true, up close and personal experience of what riding his bike is really like. He launches the premiere episode with a few familiar faces and where it all began, New York City.
Where should Nigel go next?
Directed by: Harrison Boyce
Produced by: Nigel Sylvester + Jaimie Sanchez
Special Thanks to Victor Cruz, A$AP Ferg, Mr. Flawless, Jackie Cruz”
It’s funny how technology has evolved and changed over the years and you find new ways to connect different things you use throughout the day to one thing you never really thought you would have the capability of doing. The other day our friends at The Watch Hut hit us up to see if we had any interest in checking out one of the G-Shock watches the carry. Instantly, we started thinking that it might be a good idea because we’ve seen them involved with BMX quite a bit over the years sponsoring events and different riders like Nigel Sylvester. We remembered a promo video Nigel did a little while back for the GB6900B and figured that would be a good one to check out. Let’s take a closer look at this watch.
Sports Illustrated just released this new video featuring Nigel Sylvester talking about what “training” is really like for himself as a BMX rider. This has a bunch of footage of him cruising around New York City, but there’s some good insights in this. Needless to say, Nigel is always getting involved with some big media outlets. Check out a write up about Nigel that SI did right here.
Sony Action Cam just dropped this fresh video from Nigel Sylvester’s recent trip down to Miami where he spent a little over a day cruising the streets and rolling around in a damn nice car! Get a look at it!
“BMX rider, Nigel Sylvester leaves his winter woes behind in NYC and heads to warmer M.I.A. for 36 hours of riding, sun and fun. Follow Nigel on Instagram and Twitter at @NigelSylvester for more incredible Action Cam footage. Music by Phor -DKNB ‘Don’t Kno No Betta’ produced by LEHDAY.
Shot 100% by Sony’s Action Cam