All the big names guys were out getting used to the set up at the US Open in Huntington Beach. Looks like it should shape up to be a wild event!
Another week went blazing by and a another week of incredibly good BMX videos were posted up in the Daily Section! Like every week, we’ve gone through and picked out some of the best for you to check out again or watch for the first time if you missed it! This week we had 23 videos that were all well worth a look! Check out riding from Bobbie Altiser, Chase Hawk, Chase DeHart, Trey Jones, Josh Dissinger, Justin Burns, Albert Mercado, Diogo Santos, Justin Spriet, Matt Roe, Ryan Nyquist, Mark Potoczny, Jeremy Ball, Justin Care, Kris Fox, Darryl Tocco, Jaime Gonzalez and many, many more! Check it out!
For years people have made jokes that Ryan must have a barspin button on his bike because he does so many of them. Inspired by that, he and his brother decided to make it a reality. It took a few tries to get the system done, and the button is in his brother’s hand and not on the bike, but they make it happen, and even get a double in!
Here’s a quick video Vital dropped giving you a closer look at Ryan Nyquist’s setup along with more info on the new Lineage frame from Haro. Plenty of rad features they put into this one!
“Haro’s new Lineage frame pays tribute to their bikes of the past and is backed 100% by Haro veteran Ryan Nyquist. Watch to learn about Ryan’s favorite features and check out some up-close shots of this masterpiece. Credit: Vital BMX”
Check out this fresh video of Seth Klinger throwing down at Woodward East with the help of Ryan Nyquist. You already know both of these guys have some wild riding for you to check out! Hit play!
“Top-notch bicyclery from one of the most underrated riders in the game. Credit: Vital BMX“
As a photographer I am always searching out ways to set myself apart and create content that people will be into. It’s one of the biggest challenges and one of the hardest parts about it to be honest, especially these days when everyone has a camera of some sort with them on a regular basis whether it is a digi-cam or an iphone and life is being documented by the minute. It’s a mix of doing what makes you happy and trying to figure out what will make viewers happy as well. That’s where this new “A different perspective” idea came from. Over the years I have interviewed tons of pro riders about anything and everything except one important topic. What is it like from their perspective to go out and shoot with a photographer? What it is that makes one person better to shoot with than others? I have always wondered about what goes on inside a riders mind before they prepare to shoot a crazy banger and put all of their trust into the photographer. See what Ryan Nyquist, Greg Illingworth, and Daniel Dhers all had to say for the fourth edition of “A different perspective.”
Ryan Nyquist and TJ Ellis break down how to do this basic trick and show some great examples of how to put it to use.