Snakebite keeping the videos from the “System Video” flowing! Back when Flybikes were distributed by System Cycle they had a big U.S team that was actually really stacked at the time! Tyrone Williams, Anthony Napolitan, Tony Neyer, Brandon Pundai, Javier Ortega, Matt Wilhelm and more! This section is quite a bit different than the style the Flybikes team is known for these days, but this definitely has a ton of great riding in it! Take a look!
Sometimes you need a little help finding some fresh spots to ride! Calvin Kosovich and Travis Hughes decided to give the Skate Spots App a try to find a few new ones to stack some clips on! Here’s a raw cut Our BMX uploaded from the day of riding they got in! Hit play to see what they came across and what got thrown down!
“Nothing beats hitting some unfamiliar streets with your homies and seeing what you find. Putting in the work to discover new spots is fun and feels super rewarding when you uncover a gem. Then there are the days where you really want to just ride something and may not feel like rolling the dice and potentially come up empty handed exploring—which is where the Skate Spots App comes in. Some people may curse its very existence, while others live by it. We meet up with Calvin Kosovich and Travis Hughes for a day of riding and we decided to try something new and picked spots off the App—and of course we found some off the map spots along the way as well. It was a long day and we had multiple guests meet up throughout, including Dakota Roche, Andrew Castaneda, Tony Neyer, and Aaron Brenner.” – Our BMX
Ryan Howard coming through with another full-length blast from the past. This time around he uploaded the “From Nothing” video Doug Horton produced about 10 years ago featuring the Cincinnati crew! This video features John Dixon, Doug Horton, Jeremiah Smith, Travis Kiesow, Josh Suhre, Tony Neyer and many, many more. This one has a super good Midwest BMX vibe with that mid school era riding that we’re sure a bunch of you older guys are going to love. Hit play and take it all in! It has been a long time since we’ve seen this one.
It looks like Echoboom Sports got their hands on the rights to upload the full “Range of Motion” video that Ride BMX released back in 2009 and features a seriously stacked list of riders that you’ll definitely recognize even though this video is 10 years old! Not only that, but Darryl Tocco handled the filming and editing for this one, so you already know it kicks a ton of ass. Hit play and take this all in!
“Ride BMX breaks down the barriers with Range of Motion. This feature film filmed and edited by Darryl Tocco showcases some of the best riders of today and tomorrow. ROM travels across the U.S. to meet up with Dennis Enarson, Tony Hamlin, Sergio Layos, and Dave Dillewaard to cover parks, dirt, and street riding. And since there’s a lot of ground to cover, Ride BMX fills in the blanks with Simon Tabron, Drew Bezanson, Darin Read, Ryan Wert, Cory Nastazio, Mike “Hucker” Clark, Luke Parslow, Adam Baker, Garrett Reynolds, Rob Wise, Tony Neyer, and Sean Sexton. Ride BMX doesn’t leave any stone unturned with Range of Motion and it will open your eyes to what’s possible.” – Echoboom Sports
The Shook “Scared To Look” DVD from 2003 has resurfaced!
It’s always rad being reminded of a great video from the past. Ryan Howard uploaded the full Shook “Scared To Look” DVD that was originally released back in 2003 online for everyone to enjoy again. It’s crazy to think this video came out 15 years ago already, and we have a feeling a few of you checking this out might be younger than this video. Either way, this video that Chad Shackelford produced featuring Josh Suhre and BJ Gruitza, along with riders that went on to be Pro or crush it in the industry like Tony Neyer, Chase Hawk, Quinn Semling, Kevin Porter, Dave Jacobs, Karl Poynter, Chase DeHart, Vic Ayala, Brian Foster and many, many more. It’s pretty insane how stacked this video was and still is to this day. If you haven’t seen this, or it’s been a while since you have enjoyed it, this is a video you won’t want to pass up. If you prefer Vimeo, it’s also available that way below!
“Tracklist / Soundtrack
Section: Artist – Title
Josh Suhre: Air – Dead Bodies
Random 1: Les Savvy Fav – We Rock The Party
B.J. Gruitza: Les Savvy Fav – The Orchard
18 Trip Intro: Modest Mouse – BMX Crash
Random 2: Air – The Horror”
The annual Dan’s Comp Parking Lot Jam is always a guaranteed good time. This years jam went off this past weekend and as expected there was a good turn out from the young guns to the pros. Check out what went down in this highlight video below!
“The third annual Dan’s Comp Parking Lot Jam went down on 6/24/17. Good times at Dan’s Comp HQ in Mt Vernon, Indiana. Featuring Dan’s Comp Pro Team riders: Shane Weston, Morgan Long and Tony Neyer, along with riders from around the midwest, including Chase Krolicki, Trent Lutzke, Jon Bechtold, Chase Bucci and many more. BMX for life! Film and edit by Forrest Hawk for Dan’s Comp.” – Dan’s Comp
The Trip coming through with another batch of clips that didn’t make the cut for the “Trip Tape” video. This time around we get a mix of heavy hitters getting down on spots around the Los Angeles / Southern California. area. Solid clips, crashes, a few laughs and more! Check it!
“B-Roll footage from the TripTape mix section featuring Boy Flores, Gabe Brooks, BlackMan, Brenden Reith, Wade Young, Matt Barchus (RIP), Steve Croteau, Aaron Brenner, Miles Rogoish, Tony Neyer and Colin Varanyak.
Filmed by: Ty Morrow, Steve Croteau, Fernando Gomarin, Aaron Brenner & Andrew Castaneda
Full video available now at TheTripped.com!”
Check out Garrett Reynolds’ “Trip Tape” B-Sides
It’s always a good day when Tony Neyer has a new BMX video to check out! Here’s a fresh one for Dan’s Comp packed full of clips he stacked on the streets around Los Angeles! Hit play to watch Tony destroy every rail and ledge he came across! Excellent riding, great spots and some clean film work. You can’t ask for much more than that!
“Street savagery in the name of Dan’s Comp by OG Tony Neyer. Powerful, burly, and not one to miss.
Credit: Fernando Gomarín Olaiz” – Vital BMX