The latest installment of BMX's best reality web show just dropped, and it's just as good as the last. A little less riding than previous episodes, spending a bit more time showing life outside of BMX, thought there are still some awesome Empire of Dirt clips, as well as Corey cruising Alexandra Heads.
Jack Birtles has been on fire lately, producing a lot of really clean, quality videos; and this one of Tom Stretton is no different. Tom is always fun to watch, because he does some of the raddest from wheel shit, all the while smiling from ear to ear!
My homie Tory Crisp hit me up with the link to this video he put together from the Grafton Jam and a session at Toormina over the weekend. It features Shane Conlon, Jack Sheeran, Blake Ind and Jett Andrews-Govett. All four of these dudes ride really differently, but kill it in their own right. Blake Ind is insane, and Flip is still untouchable at Toormina. This is also the first video Tory has ever done, which is pretty impressive.
In this new video for UNIT, Kyle Baldock reminisces about his past, and how losing his brother completely changed his perspective, which I can relate to, whilst throwing down some box jump hammers for the ludicrously expensive Phantom Flex.
Hawker Hurricane is a new film in the works by Aliphant and OICNT, coming out of Western Australia. If the trailer here is anything to go off, the finished product is going to be fucking rad!
Stay True and BMX 2480 are putting on a jam at the Lismore skatepark on July 14. Damon and the crew always put on a rad day up there, and with the addition of the ghetto ramps, it'll be rad. If you're anywhere nearby, or are in the mood for a pilgrimage, get there. I know I will be!
In the latest episode of Corey Bohan's reality show, he's back in Brisbane, cruising KP; his old local, as well as catching up with old mate Robbo, and Mark 'Wolfman' Schneider who was Corey's role model growing up. Tons of good riding and non-riding entertainment, and a bunch of stuff in this is relatable to most people.
The whole LUXBMX team is packing in a bus and heading up to Gladstone from Sunday the 17th of June to Thursday the 21st of June. If you live up that way be on the lookout for the likes of Big Salad, Brock Olive, Jack Elkins, Justy Bumpstead, Keelan Troy, Mike Vockenson, Mitch Brown, Nick Kajewski, Samson Ross and Tom Stretton!
Check the flyer for confirmed stops and also the 10% off storewide sale on the LUX online store while they're shut! Use the promo code ROADTRIP at checkout.
A bunch of the extended Anchor crew got together, and set up some lights at the Fiztroy Bowl so they could shred the night session. The results are rad to say the least. A ton of good, different bowl riding, as well as some sweet tranny skating too. Yew!
I've had these clips sitting on my mac for around 10 months, so I thought I'd put them to use. Features Nate Himsley, Clint Lankester, Jett Andrews-Govett, Zac Wilson, Jonny Mackellar, Jack Gibson, Shane Conlon and more.
Jack Birtles sent through this promo he made for a new indoor park set to open up in Brisbane. I don't have any more info, but from what is visible in the promo, shit looks real good.
Here's the flyer for a jam I've organised, going down on July 1st at the Port Macquarie skatepark. There'll be rail and bowl contests, as well as giveaways and other impromptu events on the day. It should be rad! Of course, it wouldn't be possible without the support of Back Bone BMX, Stowaway Distribution, Triple Six Distribution, Hell on Wheels, Dishonour and Graham Seers Cyclery. For any further enquiries, contact me at email@example.com
Grafton Cycles is running an event at the Grafton Skatepark entitled the Space Jam. It's got a long list of good supporters, a large prize package, and an afterparty at the Cheapskate indoor mini ramp. Looks like it's gonna be a rad day, and Grafton is a real fun park, definitely worth the pilgrimage.
AFRAY have definitely chosen a quality over quantity philosophy toward all their product, and the first portion of their winter range definitely follows suit. There are a choice of two tidy crewneck styles, in either black or grey. Check out the lookbook with all the specs, stockists and info here.
I haven't really seen a huge amount of Callan Stibbards before, but what I had seen had always been dope, and this video from Seb Scott is no different. A bunch of difficult stuff done nonchalantly in an afternoon riding a couple of local parks. That alley oop 540 is fucking wild. What the fuck is with these West Australians?
After going through two pairs of vans and a busted heel since the new year, I thought it might be a good time to switch up my shoe of choice. The new Lotek's all look fresh, and after a little deliberation, I decided upon the Fader, Craig Passero's signature model.
It's been a long time between proverbial drinks regarding James Wade's photobook project, but after a year or so, he has finally dropped a new one. It features a ton of really good riding photos, as well as some nice lifestyle snaps, too. The one below is easily my favourite, though. Check the whole thing out here.
Kurt Teague produced this fresh video of Jack McIver for Impurity Bike Co. There are some really impressive things in this. The footjam on the box, and the 720 fakie really stood out to me, that's not to say the rest of the riding isn't on a high level either. Big tricks and a fair bit of height.
A new video from the non-Compound side of Gold Coast BMX, put together by Will Hickman. Patty Fallico rides a pink frame, does a hang five grind and is really good. Adam Cox is a Sergio Layos Doppelganger, real stylish, and does some real nice, interesting peg stuff. Then, the last couple minutes is a mix of the whole crew including Jye Stuart, Keahnu Doyle and more, so you can expect high quality riding.