Here’s one we’re sure a ton of you have been anticipating! The Cult squad spent 28 days out in Arizona stacking clips for this new full-length banger by Veesh for your viewing pleasure. When you get Dakota Roche, Chase Hawk, Sean Ricany, Chase Dehart, Corey Walsh, Brandon Begin, Anthony Panza, Jason Watts and the rest of the crew together, you know you’re going to see something awesome go down. So get on that play button and take this all in because this is a Must See BMX video!
The sections from the Cult “It’s Later Than You Think” DVD have been slowly trickling out online, and today we get a look at the mix section featuring Russ Barone, Lil Jon, Robbie Morales and Alex Kennedy who all bring a different style to the streets, making for a damn good watch! Hit play and enjoy!
“Another belter of a section from CULT’s ‘It’s Later Than You Think’ DVD, featuring none other than Russ Barone, Lil Jon, Boss-man Robbie and the of course AK. An eclectic mix right here and we love it. Filmed and edited by Veesh.” – DIG
Cult recently spent some time in New York City! Here’s a look at what Sean Ricany, Chase Dehart, Dakota Roche, Anthony Panza, Brandon Begin and Russ Barone got into during their time cruising the city stacking clips! Needless to say the riding is dialed, the spots are endless and and the film work by Veesh is on point as always. Hit play because you won’t want to pass this BMX video up!
The Cult team rolled through for the jam at Mullaly and the pump track in New York City!
The Cult team recently spend some time in New York City wrapping up filming for their latest full-length video. While they were there, they dropped by the jams at Mullaly and the pump track, followed up by a little leftover action from the street spots they cruised. Hit play to take it all in!
“The crew headed to New York City for one last filming trip for ILTYT. But we can’t go back east without having a few jams for the all the #CULTCREWFAMILY back home. peep the vid to see what went down.
ILTYT… on its way…” – Cult
Robbie Morales sits down for an interview on “The BMX In Our Blood” Podcast…
Here’s another interview Joe Dohrety knocked out during his time at at the FloriDeah Swampfest for The BMX In Our Blood podcast. This time around Joe sits down with Robbie Morales to talk about everything from how he got into BMX all the way through starting Cult on through what he has going on today, riders injuries, life in general and more. You already know this is one that’s worth listening to!
“Ok, I’m a little biased but for good reason. Robbie “Robo” Morales is the real deal. Has he been perfect? Admittedly, no. Who really is? Robbie openly talks about exactly this in the interview. What Robbie has been is an accomplished trail rider, racer, street rider, marketer, company owner and dedicated sponsor to his riders over the years. Having grown up around Robbie I have seen the sincere, the passionate, the obnoxious, the skilled, the fun loving…the everything that makes Robbie who he is today. Everyone learns as they go and Robbie has learned more than most of us in BMX, sometimes the hard way. Bottom line, I want people to get to know the Robbie I know. A mature man that owns everything he has done, perfect and not. I loved taking this interview on and digging into the mind of a passionate BMX lifer that has much left to give. I hope you feel the same by the end of the listen.
Find Robbie at @cultcrew on IG or through the www.cultcrew.com
And please, the next time you see Robbie or contact him on social media…thank him and tell him what an integral part of BMX he has been. We couldn’t and can’t do this without people like him!” – Joe Dohrety
Cult coming through with a banger of a BMX video to officially welcome DAN FOLEY to their squad! If you have been paying attention to Dan’s Youtube channel and Instagram the past few weeks, you might have already figured this one out, but now it’s out for everyone to know! This video features Dan, Dakota Roche, Sean Ricany, Iz Pulido and Andrew Castaneda. Dan joining the team might not surprise some people since his buttery smooth style and everything he does fits well with the direction Cult is going. Hit play and check out all this goodness, then check out a few words from Robbie Morales about Dan joining the team and more!
“The title says it all, SOMETHING NEW, welcome aboard DAN FOLEY. Short and sweet, we made our annual trek out to the desert and kept the stoke high with the crew. Theres something special out there, hard to describe, but it’s real. Filmed and edited by our dude VEESH…”
Yoooo Robbie! How’s it going? It looks like you decided to drop a present early on everyone with this “Something New” video. How long has this project been in the works for?
Things are good and moving fast. As with most of our projects lately there done on the fly, so we headed out to Palm Springs for the annual DAK FRIDAY event at Kings Ride Shop and decided to invite Dan Foley to come out and film with Veesh and some of the crew for a bit. I think we created a cool edit that should motivate the viewer to ride.
We had a feeling the name “Something New” has to do with the addition of Dan Foley to the team. We know there’s a lot of thought and reasoning behind picking a new rider when it comes to Cult. What was it about Dan that stood out to you? Definitely a lot of thought on who gets on but with Dan, he embodies our style. He’s self motivated, rides his ass off with style, and has a awesome attitude. We previously tried to get something going awhile back but it didn’t work out, the time is right now and we are proud to have him aboard.
Obviously Dan has been one of those guys who has been super proactive in not only riding, but producing content which is always important these days. What are you most excited about when it comes to working with Dan?
Most of us are most impressed on his grind, he lives in a somewhat remote area for BMX but creates awesome content on his own, so we were psyched to provide a space where he could do his thing and work with a crew backing him.
We had noticed Dan was riding a Cult set up a few weeks back, but didn’t know for sure if it was just a hook up or the real deal. Is it hard to keep a secret like a new team addition these days with all the social media and video work?
Kind of but as the brand we decide when the time is right, same went for Ricany, people knew but we announced it when we felt it was right. Both guys put in work before they were fully on, that’s a sign of a real rider who is down for the brand.
It seems like over the course of the past year or two the team has been refined and dialed in more and more with guys like Sean Ricany getting into the mix. Is there any chance we’ll be seeing some other big surprises in the near future as far as the team goes?
We definitely have more plans for 2017, more working up guys from within and taking care of the legends who built the brand as well.
I know you like to keep Veesh and the rest of the team busy working on projects. Are there any plans for another full-length down the road? It has already been, what, like 2 years since “Small Talk” came out?
That’s the debate right now, we want to commit to a project, more info soon.
Cult will be going into its 7th year in 2017. What has been the biggest thing you have learned this past year when it comes to running a brand?
Wow, good question, I can honestly say I learn something everyday while running the brand. We are a small brand that takes on big things and tries to handle them with style and grace to the best of our ability. As things change so quickly in society and BMX we continue to stay the course and run the most intelligent brand we can.
The new 2017 range from the complete bikes, frames and parts are looking real good. What are you most stoked on for the new goods? Everything is available now, right?
Yes, we also just received a new softgoods drop with art from ADAM L.ROYE, the 2017 completes are the best bikes we have done yet, and we are constantly keeping the frames fresh with new colors and options.
That about wraps it up. Anything else you wanted to say?
Going into 2017 hopefully BMX can keep the positive vibes going, respecting all riders from all disciplines. We are all riders for fuck sake. Time to get over ourselves and get back to why we started riding in the first place, the love of BMX. Thanks Kurt for the questions and shouts to anyone who supports CULT.
What’s one of the perks of being the owner of a bike company? Having that ability to dial in a new bike with all the latest and greatest that your brand makes. Cult posted up a quick Bike Check with the man in charge, Robbie Morales and his brand new SOS setup that he dialed in. This bike sticks with an all black setup with just a splash of purple to set things off. You can check out a couple more photos and more details over on the Cult website — Boss man’s new whip