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
You know you’re in for something good when Nigel Sylvester and Harrison Boyce get together for a video. Check out this new G-Shock promo featuring Nigel cruising.
“Starring: Nigel Sylvester, Sevyn Nasir Allen Lord & Jazerai Allen Lord
Directed and Edited by Harrison Boyce
Cinematography by Clay Porter
Aerial Cinematography by Drone Dudes
“Tears From God” by iLLectrik church”
Here’s one Incase dropped giving us a look at what Nigel Sylvester and John Hicks got into during their trip to Las Vegas! Guns, partying and cruising the strip!
“Incase launches its new action camera accessories for the Sony Action Camera with the help of Brooklyn native Nigel Sylvester.”
Here’s one we just saw pop up featuring Design blogger, Jeff Staple, who is the latest guy to sit down with Nigel Sylvester to talk about what he has going on these days, his history and and a little bit about his outlook on BMX and everything. Take a look!
“Jeff takes it to the streets of NYC for his latest 1-2-1 interview where he catches up with fellow Nike SB collaborator, Nigel Sylvester. Nigel grew up practicing BMX at a young age in Queens and it’s completely evident as he effortlessly glides through the midtown traffic of Manhattan. After their ride, jeff and Nigel sit down at Reed Space where Nigel explains the meaning behind his brand, his industry perception, and his choice not to compete professionally.”
Part two of the Nigel Sylvester interview with Vice Sports is now online! This one focuses a little more on how the industry and riders have reacted to some of the things he has done in the past like the ESPN Body Issue that hasn’t exactly been positive. There’s a lot more riding in this one as well, so hit play and take a look! If you missed part one, watch that right here!
“Nigel Sylvester might be BMX’s most recognizable figure, but his life and career are anything but typical of the sport. With several major endorsements, a clothing line and riding videos featuring the likes of French Montana and Pharrell, he has taken his brand far beyond the bike and garnered criticism for it along the way. Although he’s constantly reminded of his presence in a predominately white sport, Nigel has injected his unique personality into BMX and found unparalleled success doing it. In Part 2, Nigel discusses the criticism that comes along with his unique place in the game.” – Vice Sports