Another week just went blazing by. I’m not exactly sure how it happens so fast, but we’re back at Sunday and it’s time to take a look back at some of the best BMX videos that dropped in the Daily Section. I’ve gone through and pulled out 15 of the best videos featuring the likes of Mark Webb, Tom Dugan, Aaron Ross, Anton Arnarson, Jaime Gonzalez, Dan Lacey, Connor Lodes, Christian Rigal, Tobias Wicke, Dan Boiski, Nigel Sylvester, Brian Foster, Ryan Nyquist, Phil Martin, George Boyd and more for you to kick back and check out for the first time or just to give them all a re-watch. Let’s get into this!
I don’t think it’s hard to deny that this morning Total BMX dropped a bombshell of an edit featuring Mark Webb. If you give this video a watch, I think you will understand just why I gave this one the top spot.
“The Webbie Show 2, no exotic locations, no budget, just a whole lot of determination mixed in with tons of creativity. During filming Mark suffered a few injuries and set backs and at times it seemed he was not going to finish it. He was under a lot of pressure after setting the bar so high on the original Webbie Show in January 2012, but i think you will agree he did a great job this time around.
Support Mark Webb by buying his http://www.totalbmx.com signature frame and parts.
Enjoy the show.
Big thanks to JC Pieri for his great filming and editing, he really is the best out there and had some crazy late nights.
filmed & edited by JC Pieri Visual
Additional filming- @ripenny
The BSD guys were on the move again. This time around they made their way to Israel to see what it had to offer for spots. Based on this edit, it’s fair to say they didn’t have any trouble finding them.
“Join the BSD team on a week long trip ‘In the streets of Israel’
Mike Taylor, Kriss Kyle, Dan Paley and Alex Donnachie headed east to escape the UK winter and ride some amazing street in Tel Aviv and the surrounding cities.
Filmed and edited by Dave Sowerby.”
I think this one gets the vote for highest quality video of the week. The Fly Bikes team consisting of Kevin Porter, Ruben Alcantara, Stefan Lantschner, Shane Weston, Devon SMillie, Joseph Frans and Kevin Kalkoff made their way to Austin, Texas for good times and good spots. This videos is a little longer, but I’m sure you’ll love every minute of it.
“Austin, Texas was the destination for our most recent Flybikes trip. Kevin, Ruben, Stefan, Shane, Devon, Joseph and Kevin Kalkoff all headed to the live music capital of the world for 10 days of hanging with good friends and amazing riding sessions hitting up famous spots as well as some awesome unknown gems. We hope you enjoy this as much as the team did making it. Also, be sure to check out two awesome photo galleries from DIG BMX Magazines own Andrew White”
Greatest video bike check ever. Brian Foster keeping it real as shit for Fit Bike Co.. Legendary.
“Brian Foster blasts some trails and walks us through his current setup. Whose parts is he running you ask? The stickers are on the bike, you can see it.
Music: “Fight Myself” by Restavrant. Facebook.com/restavrant
Filmed/Edited: Stew Johnson”
This one stirred up some old school guys who used to do something similar to this that was pretty rad to hear about, but Tobias Wicke got his engineering on and combined control of his front and rear brakes into one brake lever to spice things up. Plus, any riding from him is well worth a watch!
“Tobi Wicke is talking about his new Brake system and show some tricks at Mellowpark….
Edit: Hans F. / 20ZOLL MEDIA
All I need to say is that Ryan Nyquist and Mike Escamilla are keeping this one ridiculous and hilarious.
“Tall bikes are back! Ryan first introduced tall BMX bikes in the jousting episode of Getting Awesome and now he’s taking them to camp Woodward West with BMXer Mike Escamilla for a day of hard charging! These bikes aren’t easy to ride, but Ryan and Mike progress quickly from cruising the wood ramps and dirt jump track before unleashing on the MegaRamp! Find out how the bikes and bodies hold up on this episode of Getting Awesome. – Network A
Odyssey dropped this new one featuring some of the antics that have been going down in Tom Dugan’s yard the past few months. All I want to know is how his neighbors could quite possibly not like him…
“This was filmed over a three month period in Austin, Texas at the 316 (Kansas) House. It includes three of the people that live there, Tom Dugan, Jared Swafford, and Mat Houck plus two that don’t, Aaron Ross and Jabari Winters. This is just a small example of the things you would see while over there. As you can probably guess, their neighbors don’t really like them. Enjoy.
Filmed and edited by DEVON HUTCHINS”
Here’s a fresh video bike check that dropped with Dan Lacey this past week. There’s a few fresh parts on his bike along with a some dialed clips to go with this. I’m digging that stem for sure. Check it!
“Dan Lacey has a signature frame with Federal BMX, the “Lacey,” and it is about as sleek as they come, especially when paired with his signature handle bars and stem. Go through Lacey’s entire bike from frame to prototype plastic pegs in this Setup.” – Alli Sports
This is how it’s done people. Start as a friend and work your way up the ranks until you’re on the pro team. Check out Fit‘s newest pro team member, Phil Martin, showing you just why he’s in that position.
“Phil Martin has been an upstanding member of the Fit UK Flow team for the past four years. Thing is, when he went on has first UK trip with Van Homan, he didn’t even know who Van was. Since then, we’ve stuck him in the Shipping & Receiving department at FOURDOWN and made him memorize flashcards to bring him up to speed. Now that he’s earned his stripes on and off the bike, we’re proud to announce that Phil’s been bumped to UK Pro.
Music: ‘Government Funded Weed’ by Black Ant – MySpace.com/akforty
Filmed/Edited: James Cox”
More BMX Videos
Ride UK dropped this video giving you a behind the scenes look at the photos they shot for Dan Boiski’s interview in issue 174. All I know is this is an awesome reminder that Dan Boiski is an absolute animal.
Filmed and edited by Robin Pearson
There’s no denying Nigel Sylvester has some smooth bunny hop whips… Now you get to see one in 2000 frames per second to really do it some justice.
I’m a big fan of George Boyd’s riding so there was no way I couldn’t drop this edit of him cruising the streets of Los Angeles that The Albion dropped this past week. Enjoy!
“Texas native George Boyd cruises the streets of LA for a couple of days with filmer
Cameron Muilenburg. See The Albion issue 10 for a full feature on George Boyd.
by Cameron Muilenburg”
Teaming up Christian Rigal and Connor Lodes for a section in a DVD is a good idea. That’s why this part from the Demolition “Last Chance” video is so damn good.
“Demolition Parts Last Chance DVD Online.
One of the most anticipated DVD’s of 2011. With added new riders to the already legendary team lineup, we have one of the most creative and diverse teams to date. Featuring full sections from Chris Doyle, Dave Dillewaard, Jason Enns, Dave Osato, Ryan “Biz” Jordan, Christian Rigal, Connor Lodes, Alfredo Mancuso, Tate Roskelley, Dennis Enarson, Rob Wise, Daniel “Lil-D” Martinez and more.
Song 1: Monkees- The Monkees
Song 2: Monkees- Valleri”
I’m really digging this video of Kink‘s connect in Spain, Jaime Gonzalez. This guy has a real smooth style and incorporates a freecoaster into his riding really well. Always looking forward to seeing more from this dude.
Let’s wrap this one up with a dude we can always count on to bring the heat… Even if it’s cold out. Check out Anton Arnarson laying down some damn good riding on the frozen streets of Iceland for this new one! So damn good.
Alright, that wraps up this weeks round of Video Recap. I hope you enjoyed the videos that I picked out. Don’t forget this is just a sample of the videos that get posted up every single day in the Daily Section. Check back next weekend to see the best videos that pop up this coming week. Until then, hit up the front page for more Originals or hit the Daily Section for all of the latest videos, news, products and more!
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