Snakebite uploaded the DK Bicycles Team Mix section from the “System Video” that was originally released in 2004! Check out riding from Quinn Semling, Nathan Fons, Steve Cuesta, Catfish, Brett Banasiewicz, Robbie Miranda and Adam Rager! This is a damn good watch, so get on that play button!
Snakebite keeping the old school uploads going strong! Here’s the full DK “Damn Kids” video from 1998 for your viewing pleasure! This video is an absolute gem featuring so many legends. Check out riding from Mike Ardelean, Chris Doyle, Nate Hanson, Todd Walkowiak, Dave Freimuth, Leigh Ramsdell, Colin Winkelmann, Robbie Miranda, Neil Wood, Adam Volk, Herb Hill, Brian Vowell and Matt Macik. Street, trails, ramps and more. If you want a proper history lesson, or just want to relive the good old days, hit play and enjoy! Too good to pass up!
Snakebite dug deep into the archives and pulled out this gem for your viewing pleasure. This is the full Snap “How To Dirt Jump” video from 1999 that features Tim “Fuzzy” Hall, with guest footage form Brian Foster, Mike Aitken, Cory Nastazio, Matt Beringer, TJ Lavin, Robbie Miranda and more. Things have changed quite a bit in the past 22 years, but there’s still some great advice in this from basics about trails to trick tips, safety equipment and more! Plus, the classic riding footage from all these legends is awesome. Take a look!
Although Robbie Miranda and Neal Wood clocked a lot of laps on the race track, they threw down on trails, street and ramps just as hard. Here’s their split section from the DK Bicycles “Damn Kids” video from 1998! Not only did these guys stack a lot of great clips, they clocked some miles from Washington D.C to the U.K and more.
We have all ran into that one cop that thinks he is some sort of superhero that can do anything. We’ve also seen a number of videos of cops on bikes that have gone down hard trying to show off by riding down a set of stairs or even roll through the skatepark. I’m pretty sure any BMX rider that has been stopped by a cop on a bike has thought “I could easily get away from this guy”… Well, looks can be pretty deceiving. Here’s a little proof…
If you didn’t know, the legendary racer and trails rider Robbie Miranda is actually a Sheriff, but he’s still got it! As you can see by the video, he decided to give the Nitro Circus World Games mega ramp a go… on his work bike… with all of his gear that he would normally be on. It’s safe to say you wouldn’t stand a chance against Officer Miranda, haha. This is amazing and well worth a watch. Sorry for the click bait… It was too easy!
“BMX Legend Robbie Miranda (now Sheriff Deputy) brings back some old memories and sends the Nitro Mega ramp on his police bike (off duty). This video is not endorsed, sponsored, or presented by any law enforcement agency.” – Barry Nobles
Just incase you didn’t know who Robbie Miranda is… Here’s a little something he jumped during his pro career.