Holy crap… Glenn PP Milligan dropping a HAMMER from 2007ish online for you guys to watch. This BMX video is from an old Primo team trip to Toronto, Canada featuring Corey Martinez, Nathan Williams, John Heaton, Tony Neyer, Dan Lacey and Dakota Roche who, as you can tell was when guys like Nathan, Dan and Dakota were really starting to get peoples attention. This is some serious street, skatepark and trails gold. Hit play!
One thing we love about Verde are how incredibly clean and dialed their complete BMX bikes are. Every year, they are always on point and look incredible. They recently released a preview their 2016 range of completes that will be available in AUGUST and, as expected, they turned out amazing once again. We were digging the new Tony Neyer signature Neyer Pro, so we figured we would take a closer look.
The Neyer Pro starts out with a 100% 21″ chromoly frame with a CNC machined integrated head tube, gussets on the top tube, a MID bottom bracket, Integrated seat post clamp, Investment cast seat stay bridge, Investment cast drop outs with built-in chain tensioners and removable brake mounts. The fork is made from 100% chromoly with a custom two-piece hydroformed steerer tube and tapered legs and the bars are 100% chromoly with a 9″ rise. The rest of the bike features Tony’s signature Primo Aneyerlator V3 top load stem with a 51mm reach, DUO Homan grips, Verde Regent 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks, Primo Neyer 28-tooth sprocket, MK918 half-link chain, DUO Resilite pedals, Verde V Microfiber Pivotal seat with DUO Resilite Pivotal seat post, fully sealed hubs with a 9-tooth chromoly driver in the back, Cinema 777 double-wall rims and 2.3″ Primo Neyer WLT tires front and rear. The bike also comes with an alloy U-Brake and lever.
The 2016 Verde Neyer Pro is available in matte black and matte burgundy with a price tag of $529.99 (MSRP)
You know when a crew like this rolls into a plaza, things are going to get wild! Check out what went down during a heated session at Diamond Park in LA!
“The brand new LA-area Diamond Park is the street rider’s paradise. With down-rails and hubbas, ledges, flat-rails, and wedges… it provided plenty for Ty Morrow, Tony Neyer, Gabe Brooks, Tom Villarreal, Raul Ruiz, Morgan Long, & Andrew Castaneda during the park’s first heavy-hitting BMX session. The creation of the park may be responsible for the destruction of an amazing handrail, but with the level of riding that went down during these dudes’ first session at the park, I’d say it just might be worth it.
Riders: Ty Morrow, Tony Neyer, Gabe Brooks, Tom Villarreal, Raul Ruiz, Morgan Long, & Andrew Castaneda.
Filmed by Miles Rogoish
Music by Bone$ The Spitta” – Ride BMX
The Peep Game crew invaded the Sun Valley, California Plaza for a session loaded with heat. Check out this video Network A dropped giving you a look at what went down!
“This is why they are pros. They come to your new skate plaza and smash up a bunch of heavy moves for the locals to ABD about for the rest of eternity. With a crew like this, the park on Sheldon street is sure to get pushed around. Featuring Tony Neyer, Miles Rogoish, Rick Scott, Aaron Brenner, Shawn Macintosh, Andrew Castaneda, Dan Paley, Joe Riley, and David Grant. Filmed by Steve Croteau.”
Here’s a look at the new Tony Neyer signature bars from Verde. These bars are made from multi-butted, 100% post-weld heat-treated 4130 chromoly with a 9″ rise, 29″ width, 12-degrees of backsweep, 1-degree of upsweep, a crossbar height of 6.65″ and a crossbar width of 8.25″. They’re available in chrome and black with a weight of 27.8 oz.
Here’s a fresh one from Steve Croteau featuring a bunch of clips he’s filmed with the Peep Game crew on his camera. The quality is a little rough, but with a crew like that you already know this is well worth a look! Check it!
“Some clips I shot on my Canon Powershot
Riders in Order:
Anthony BOY Flores
Song: Pro ERA – School High”