The 4th stop of the 2019 Backyard Jam series rolled through Adrenaline Alley this past weekend, and there was no shortage of amazing riders that made the trip to throw down! Here are two raw cut videos Our BMX whipped up giving us a look at the highlights from the qualifying rounds of the park and street contests! Needless to say, there was no shortage of bangers to check out! Hit play and take it all in! Expect to see plenty more from this contest over the next few days as well.
The Backyard Jam series is going off at Adrenaline Alley in Corby this weekend and a ton of riders took made the trip for it. Here’s a look at a raw cut of footage from the first street practice that went down! No footage from the park practice, but we’re sure there will be plenty of footage to check out after the contest wraps up! Until then, check this out and get stoked!
“Got to Adrenaline Alley in Corby, UK just in time to catch the last practice sesh for Backyard Jam 2019. The line up for the street contest is stacked with heavy hitters and the practice session was heated! With a phenomenal park and loads of talent riding, there’s little doubt that tomorrows event will be insane. Peep moves from Alex Kennedy, Mark Burnett, Matt Ray, Miki Fleck, Joe Foley, Alex Donnachie, Dan Paley, Harry Mills Wakley, Dan Conway, Rich Hernandez and Anthony Perrin.” – Our BMX
There are already a bunch of videos showing you How To Bunnyhop on a BMX bike, but what’s another one gonna hurt? Here’s a video where Demarcus Paul gives you a ton of tips and examples on how to get it done. Demarcus has some serious pop, so he definitely is a good resource for learning this one. Hit play, take it all in, then grab your bike and learn how to bunnyhop the right way!
“Demarcus and I met up again for another How-To in the streets of Downtown San Diego. Whether you’re a park rider or a street rider, the bunnyhop is the key to everything you want to do. Demarcus gives a solid breakdown…” – Our BMX
Want to learn how to change a flat tire on a BMX bike? Here’s how it’s done!
Here’s a video showing you step by step how to fix a flat tire on a BMX bike with plenty of tips and examples to help you get it done right. This video, produce by GT Bicycles takes you through everything from the tools to every step from loosening up the nuts to removing the tire, replacing the tube and re-installing your wheel. If you are new to BMX or just need some help, this video showing you how to change a flat tire on a BMX bike is exactly what you need to watch. We would like to also note that some of the steps aren’t always applicable to every BMX bike, like removing brakes if you are brakeless or using a piece of wood to help tension and align the chain if your bike is equipped with chain tensioners for example. Regardless, this will definitely help you fix a flat tire on a BMX bike and get you back to riding in no time.
Need a new tube? Any BMX shop or mail-order like Source BMX will have you covered! Just make sure to get a 20″ BMX tube!
“For the children and the dudes just getting into BMX. Learn how to remove and fit bmx wheels, remove tires and safely check for damage before re-installation. You will also learn all you need to know about bicycle tyre information and more. All work should be completed by someone that is competent with tools and mechanics, if not, always find an adult or local bike shop who can assist.” – Our BMX
It’s always rad to check out a BMX video where the rider does things a little different and is able to throw down on everything. River Biasi is the kind of rider you can’t really predict what’s coming next and clearly can throw down on street, park and dirt jumps. Hit play to watch him take his style and bag of tricks to all terrains out in the Northwest for this new edit!
“Rivers going to ride how River wants to ride. Northwest fresh show casing some northwest best. Pull it out it hurts. Everywhere you look a River flows. Don’t go chasing waterfalls because River is here to shred his local spots in the northwest” — Cedar Hal
What were you doing when you were 5 years old? Pat Casey‘s boy Reid Casey is undoubtedly one of the craziest kids in BMX right now, and after seeing this video we’re pretty sure he’s fearless and unbreakable. Here’s a video where he rides his bike, dirtbikes and more between a bunch of parks and the ramps around his house from the front yard to the Dream Yard out back. We can’t even imagine how crazy he’s going to be on a bike when he’s older. Hit play because this is amazing. The future is looking bright.
“Reid Casey is pro BMX rider Pat Casey’s son and, much like his father, is down for all things two wheels. With the actual Dream Yard in his backyard, Reid has been progressing more and more. Pat posted up this compilation and after talking with him about it, it was too good not to host. ”
Here’s a gem we’re stoked see make its way online. Check out Jake Coulson‘s section from the “Us/Them” DVD that dropped about a year and a half or so ago. Jake went to work on all sorts of spots while putting his deep bag of grinds to work on every rail and ledge he came across! This part turned out real good, so hit play and take this all in!
If you missed it, make sure you also check out Zack Gerber’s “Us/Them” Section!
“Jake Coulson came through with a perfect blend of tech skills and cutty setup usage in his US&THEM section. Definitely a feel good video part if I ever saw one and Jake’s crank arm game is stronggg. Check it.” – Our BMX
Curious what Dan Kruk is running for a setup these days? Here’s a look at his fresh Wethepeople signature Network setup decked out with WTP and Madera parts top to bottom. Hit play to let Dan go real in-depth with the bike details, explaining just why he runs what he runs on his bike!
“Looking to get your grind to hard 540s dialed? Well, this is the bike that does ’em. Peep Dan Kruk’s signature WeThePeople Network frame (available very soon) built up with WTP and Madera parts.” – Our BMX
Frame: Wethepeople Network, 20.8” TT
Fork: Wethepeople Battleship
Bars: Wethepeople Stallis
Grips: Wethepeople Remote
Stem: Wethepeople Gooseneck
Headset: Wethepeople Compact
Cranks: Wethepeople Logic, 160mm
Sprocket: Madera Seel’d
Pedals: Wethepeople Logic
Front Wheel: Wethepeople Logic rim, Madera Pilot hub
Rear Wheel: Wethepeople Logic rim, Wethepeople Helix v3 hub
Tires: Wethepeople Feelin’ 2.25”
Pegs: Wethepeople Dill Pickle
Guards: Madera C4 / Wethepeople Helix