This is a huge must watch, Division's first solo edit dropped and its Mitchell Mcdonald aka Macca destroying a range of street stuff, the dude is fast becoming one of my favourite street riders in Australia. All filmed by Troy Charlesworth before he made the jump to HD
The TripleSix team jumped on the Roadtripz bus for a whirlwind tour from Melbourne to Brisbane, featuring Chris Harti, Mat Lawton, Junior, Hoang Tran, Tom Fordyce, Raph Jeroma-Williams, Jase Bannan, Scott Greentree, Cam Pianta, Ryan Sher and more.
Will Gunn's new Dishonour edit has finally dropped, and it is fucking amazing. So much style, so much blast. Dudes so good at everything, and it shows in this. Sit back and enjoy.
The Ride On crew comprising of Mitchell Macdonald, Raph Jeroma-Williams, Tom Dunn, Steve Morrisey, Brendan Hansen and Ben Clisold took a trip down the coast to Lismore. Some dope riding goes down at Goonellabah and Mullumbimby parks. Raph, Tom and Mitch kill it on the uprail.
Unit brings us this rad little edit of Josh Stead, Dane Searls and Chris Harti killing the Glenbrook trails in the blue mountains. A bit of riding for everyone in here, with big tricks from Josh, and amazing style from Chris. These trails look a heap of fun, and the video was really well put together.
I stumbled across this whilst cruising vimeo, and I don't think it's been posted yet. A bunch of real good riding in this, with something for everyone. Richo's lines at Grafton were my personal favourite. Everyone killed it though. Featuring Jed Mildon, Ryan Guettler, Richo, Cam Pianta, Dane Searls, Colin Mackay, Anthony Napolitan, David Girsch and more travelling from the Gold Coast to Cam's Jam via Sydney.
Coffs Harbour's BMX and skate scene have been endeavouring for years to get a decent skatepark happening. They're nearing the end of the journey, but, as always, there are still a few 'concerned residents' who don't see the numerous positives of having a great facility for the youth. To try and sway these pains, a crew of dudes are putting on this even on September 10th. Find out more info on the Sk8 Park For Coffs events page on Facebook.
Australia's trail scene seems to be virtually non-existant, which makes this video even radder. Pat O'neill and friends have rebuilt the old Teasedale trails, and these things are fucking monsters. Featuring Pat, Josh Stead, Johnny Mackellar and Robbie Stewart. Video courtesy of Cam Nolan.
Diversity's own Mitch Wood and Justy Bumpstead, and LUXBMX's master-mechanic Ev Jaques got in this real fun looking session at a local park in Brisbane. Mitch has really changed his style since I last saw him, and Justy and Ev kill it as usual. Teenage girls hate Crispy Stream
Matt Whyatt is among Australia's top park riders hitting the US for the contest season. Here he kills the Animal House and JayCee park in Greenville, for Fist handwear and Impurity Bikes. Video by Brett Trigg
The second annual Colony King of the Jibs went down at the Ausbike trade show in Melbourne yesterday, and from all accounts, it was real good fun, with heaps of good riding happening. In the end, Daniel Johnson took the win, from Marnold in second and Diversity's own Jack Elkins in third, while Raph Jeroma-Williams took out best trick with an up-luc-e to duster down the other side on the wedge rail. Wild!
Triplesix Distribution recently updated their website, and it's a damn sight better than their old flash model, and is a hell of a lot more consumer friendly. It's got a blog, rider bios, and all the info that a distribution site needs.
Triple Six recently updated their website, and it's a damn site better than their old flash site which was rarely upated. This one features bios with their team, a blog, and all the kinda info that a distro site should.
I've always been a fan of Jay. He kinda has this cool hybrid of modern technical street riding and bonedeth flavour. Definitely his own thing. Anyway, he was recently added to The Shadow Conspiracy Australian team, and this is his welcome edit. Enjoy!
Apparently, a few of Jess' homies built him up a new bike, free of cost for him. I'm not quite sure, but it is rad as fuck nonetheless. This edit has some really good supermega riding on that tiny prefab park. Highlights include the 720 over the 2 foot spine and possibly the cleanest 3 whip to fakie I've ever seen.
I have heard whispers of Danger leaving the Volume distro team to ride for The Set for a while now, and I guess this welcome edit makes it official. I've really enjoyed watching Danger make the transition from a supermega to the legitimate street rider that he is today. Gotta say, I really enjoyed this video. Overtooth both ways on legit rails, switch 180 bar railhop and more impressive riding. John Young was on the production side of things, so you already know the filming and editing is crisp.
This edit got me more stoked than anything I've seen this year. Awesome vibe, insane riding and this was over only 3 days. The Tempered boys know how to produce and Tempered bossman Mat Lawton absolutely killed it as well as Mike Vockenson, Nick Kajewski, Samson Ross, Jack Elkins and that other guy with the tiny head. Make sure you check this out.
The weather in Melbourne has been pretty terrible lately, so indoor has been the only option. This is a little mix from Adam Dyson and Nick Harris from one of their indoor sessions at Rampfest Skatepark. A bunch of cool jib stuff, and freecoaster moves.
Australia's newest parts brand Division just dropped this split edit of their 3 team riders and it's fire. Full of heavy moves from DJ, Troy Jackson and Macca.
In other Division news they just released their first batch of softgoods with parts to follow soon. Pick them up from your local bike shop or favourite Aussie mailorder.
Tom Brown sent over this video of Ash Murphy riding rampfest. Kids got some real good supermega moves, pretty much kills it. Seems to me, though, that originality is fading.
Back Bone dude and all round shredder Tyson Jones-Peni features in this fucking rad edit, which showcases exactly what I love about BMX; classic style. I'm real psyched to go flow a concrete park now. Video by Brendan Boeck
It's that time again! Hell on Wheels are putting on another one of the nostalgic BMX features, this Friday. This months is all of the square one videos. You already know it'll be dope. Here's a little promo.
Fresh Bullmix edit from what could be any weeknight session at Summer Hill. Riding in this is fucking dope, everything from tech manual and peg lines to whack moto-whip to euro combos and trains over the hip. Featuring Mat Lawton, Been Pigot, Lee Cruickshank and Patrick O'neill. I miss Sydney.
Ben McPherson has just dropped this really cool lifestyle magazine-style blog called Cast and Crew documenting the going on's with him and his crew. It's contributed to by both riders and skaters. I think it's an awesome concept, and it's dope to see someone stepping up and doing something new within the Australian scene