We’re always so pumped when Props BMX upload an old scene report. Above is the St. Louis scene report from Issue 57 that’s packed with amazing riding from Cole Todorovich, Andy Chapman, Zack Warden, Sam Schulte, Garrett Guilliams, Adam Guilliams, Nathan Parker and many, many more! This one definitely has the old Midwest BMX vibe to it that is just too good. Hit play on this BMX video because you will not be disappointed!
Here’s a bit of a surprise. We though the whole “New England Roast” video was released online back in 2013, but it turns out that was only a 6 minute version of the video that is actually 27 minutes long! Today, Tree Bicycle Co. released the full video online for your viewing pleasure! This has trails, street and park gold all throughout it! Hit play and enjoy!
“Join Brian Yeagle, Clint Reynolds, Timmy Theus, and Tree owner Sam Schulte as travel throughout the Northeast and ride everything from the world famous Catty Woods, to New England street, to shop stops and local parks. Then they visit Clint’s parents home in New Hampshire and camp in the White mountains.
Have you ever wondered why Tree Bicycle Co. use the Straight Pull design for their BMX hubs? Well, let Sam Schulte explain in this quick video.
“Sam gives us a little insight as to why the straight pull hub design is stronger than the traditional J Bend design. Learn somethin’!”
Another week went blazing by us, and in that time we saw a TON of dialed BMX videos that were well worth checking out! We’ve gone through the Daily Section to pick out the best videos for you to check out again or watch for the first time if you missed it. This week we have picked out videos featuring Konrad Szabo, Corey Martinez, Aaron Smith, Andy Martinez, Mike Miller, Rob DiQuattro, Brady Baker, Kyle Hart, Chase Hawk, Kriss Kyle, Nathan Williams, Dan Lacey, Dakota Roche, Morgan Wade, Stevie Churchill, Tom Villarreal, Stephen Murray, Cooper Brownlee, Phil Demattia, Frenando Laczko, Clint Reynolds, Brian Yeagle, Sam Schulte, Timmy Theus and many, many more! Let’s get into it!
Sam Schulte owns Tree Bikes which most of you have certainly heard of before and has quite the history in the BMX industry as an innovator and incredible product designer. Sam started Tree with the intent of creating parts that have solid thought behind them and builds products that are meant to last. He always has the consumer in mind and doesn’t feel right if he has to “sell” his products. Anyone that knows Tree knows that the stuff they make is 100% quality based and completely BMX to the core. On that note, anyone that knows Sam, knows that he has always had a unique outlook on life and truly lives according to his own rules and what he feels is right for his own life. There are a few people out there these days blazing their own path and making their own personal life choices and Sam Schulte is certainly one of them. He maintains a positive state of mind, carefully chooses what goes into his body and has a specific reason and purpose for doing so. Check out what motivates Sam to eat a fully raw diet and maybe learn a thing or two in the process.
Now this looks like it was a proper BMX road trip.
“From August 26th to September 7th of 2012 we gathered up all the guys for some regional shop visits, riding, and swimming holes. After the first week we loaded up the van in rout to good times at the Postapocoly,pics in New York, set to pick up a few more guys and explore upper Ny State. Everyones phones were documenting every step of our journey on Instagram, and this flipbook is a congolmeration of many of those images chronicling the journey.” – Tree Bicycle Co.
I’ve always been a big fan of how Tree does things. This video of Tree’s owner, Sam Schulte, giving you all the info about their new Fat Ergo seat they are working on with a look at just how they went about making it is real interesting. Take a peek!
“After we managed to make the average slim seat more comfortable with the slim version of the Ergo seat, we thought we would fatten it up to make it a better seat with fatter foam for everyone out there who needs it for no handers, bar spins, or just sitting on it. The process was more involved than just scaling up the idea to get it right. We hand shaped this seat to be the most comfortable seat out there for street ramp or whatever you want. The seat will be available around Christmas, so keep an eye out for the final look at the production version in action!”