The crew at Vocal BMX caught up with Ash Douglas to take a closer look at his current setup. Above is the video Bike Check they dropped filled with plenty of looks at his bike, along with some real solid riding with plenty of tailwhip and barspin combos for you to take in. All in all, it looks like a real dialed BMX bike to us. Hit that play button and take a look for yourself!
Just when you thought Harry Main had made all of his sponsor changes for 2016, he drops the news that he’s now doing it for Vocal BMX as a part sponsor. Vocal already have a pretty heavy squad of ramp riders with guys like Jack Clark, Zozo Kempf, Chris Nichol, Brock Horneman and a few others, so Harry’s style of riding fits well.
“NOW RIDING FOR Vocal BMX PARTS! Stoked. Been a fan of the vocal BMX parts for a while now. Always creative designs and solid to ride. My personal BMX will be a Mafia frame forks and bars with all vocal parts strapped to it! ”
We’re always so blown away when a BMX video pops up with old footage that never saw the light of day until somebody finally decides to do something with it. Vocal BMX were working on a video project with Ash Douglas in 2014 and for some reason or another, the footage never got put to use. Well, they came across the footage recently and decided to FINALLY put it together for this dialed new video for us to check out. Hit play and enjoy!
Two days in a row that Vocal BMX team riders have come through with a dialed BMX video. Yesterday we got a look at Brock Horneman’s 2015 video, now today we get this one from Zozo Kempf. We don’t know much about Zozo, but based off this video it would appear that he’s an 18 year old shred machine with a big bag of tricks from big air tricks to technical lip tricks. If you’re looking for some dialed park riding, this is the video for you!
Music: Shindy feat Bushido – Ohne Stress Grund (Instrumental)
Now this is what we call a BANGER. Vocal BMX released this new BMX video featuring Brock Horneman unleashing his huge bag of tricks on a handful of different skateparks over in the U.K! Brock is no stranger to going huge and this is a clear reminder of that. If you’re looking to see something crazy… Hit play right now.
Filmed and edited by Luke Rance
Vocal BMX just sent over information on their new Flathead top load stem that will be available soon! This stem is CNC machined from 6061 aluminum with a 48mm reach, 31.5mm stack height and 48mm width. You can find additional machining around the edges, side and bottom to help reduce the weight, they have decided not to remove any material where the stem meets the fork so that you get as much clamping surface area as possible, gave the back a larger radius to keep your knees happy, a machined Vocal logo on the top cap and side scallops to give it a hot rod look, solid chromoly bolts for strength and a recessed top for a flush fork cap!
Check out more photos below!