In the wake of Ryan Lloyd's recent Stowaway epic, and receiving a signature colourway of the United Voyage frame, we have this awesome video promoting the latter. Ryan rips around some better known Canberran parks, as well as doing some wild shit on one nasty-looking quarter pipe. Dude has way too much style.
Unit just dropped this new video, I imagine as something of a welcome to the team for Corey Bohan, and it's a real treat. Something really awesome about Bohan cruising trails with a very California song laid over the top.
In this episode, we catch Corey having a night session at the trails with Dave Dillewaard and Heath Pinter; paying homage to some dirt jumping legends. The BF tribute is amazing. Then, he has an arvo sesh at a few concrete parks with Brian Hunt, Drew Bezanson and Anthony Napolitan. A lot more riding in this episode than others, check it out!
On October 14th, there will be a rad jam happening down at the Adelaide City Trails. The general concept behind the jam is to get more people stoked on riding jumps, which I think is an awesome idea. The whole day will be entirely non-competitive, with fun being the main focus. Sounds like it's gonna be a real awesome day!
Nicko Smithson hit me up with the link to this video of his boys Rewai Milner, Chris Kavanagh and Jeremy Beddow ripping at Rockhampton park. Unfortunately, filming was cut short because all three of these dudes had their bikes stolen from their house, on the same day no less. There is some absolute scum out there, for sure. Fucking sucks.
Two fucking rad John Young produced videos in two days; this time in the form of a promo for Benn's signature Tempered Datura bar. It's been a while, but it was definitely worth the wait. The first clip is probably the most brutal thing I've ever seen in person.
This new Jack Birtles production entitled 'Fear of Missing Out' is, in his words 'A selection of the finer moments of 2012', and I'd say it's pretty fitting. There is very little riding in this, but still very relatable and a good watch nonetheless.
You might recall the Sumner's Road Dirt Jam that Jonny Mackellar put on last month. I had been wondering when I was going to see footage from the day; and tonight I stumbled upon this video of it. Looks like it was a real rad day, I wish I could've made it.
The new Focalpoint has just gone online, and it's packed with some really cool content. Photo articles and opinion pieces, as well as all the usual jam coverage and interviews. Is it just me, or has the word count increased since going online? Either way, that's a positive!
As you may have read in his recent Q&A, George Prentoski is stateside at the moment, and after a stay in Cali and Vegas, he is currently taking in the sights, sounds and spots of NYC. He managed to put together this little clip from an evening out with some locals. Looks so awesome over there.
New York Minute from George Prentoski on Vimeo.
New York Minute from George Prentoski on Vimeo.
There have been whispers about this for a while now, but finally it's official! The Factory Theatre in Sydney will be hosting House of Hammers, a new 'Slay the Rails' type event on October 6. It sounds like it's going to be fucking amazing. For all the info, check the flyer below, or click here.
Damn, this is sick. Young Canberran royal rat absolutely kills it in this video for Pure Bikes and Back Bone. Holds it down in the park for sure, but he stands out on street. Big drops and nice lines. That can can off the roof was amazing.
Josh Anderson put together this park mixtape featuring himself, Jax Anderson, Mitch Hollins, Ben Mallard, Adrian Barling, Alex Marshall, Conor Harkin, Ryan Dawson, Michael Fletcher, Luke Ward, Josh Kent, Adam Hine, Brendan Robbins, Luke Dalrymple, Daniel Daraxaglough, Lloyd Gwillym, James Lumiscisi and Jeremy Findlay. It's always cool to see scene mixtapes.
Brad Ferguson and Todd Williams flew up to Queensland for a shredcation, and managed to collect a few clips. Looks like they had a rad time up there for sure!
The late, great Dane Searls is a nominee for the Action Sports hall of fame, and you know he deserves this honour. To do so, all you have to do is head over here. You can vote 10 times an hour. Get it done! Below is a reminder of why he was such a champ.
It has been a little while since we've done one of these, so I hit up Sydney photographer George Prentoski to get one sorted. You might have seen some of his work in a few recent issues of 2020, or elsewhere on the web. Not only does he kill it behind the lens, but is more than capable on a bike, as well. Read on after the jump.
2020's new DVD 'That's What's Up' has been in the works for a while now, and isn't too far off being released. If this trailer is anything to go by, it should be awesome! Featuring full parts from Jerry V, Nick K, Mike Vockenson and Liam Zingbergs, as well as mix sections. In other 2020 news, their new website is live now, and is a massive improvement on their old one. Yew!
In this new video, Matt Whyatt shows his local knowledge at Rampfest, ripping around with some real cool lines, as well as sharing some thoughts about the place. It's always interesting to hear what dudes like to ride, and why.
Unit just released this new Jaie Toohey video, compromised entirely of dirt, which is pretty awesome to see. Jaie blasts the shit out of all the contest jumps and trails, and there is some FMX influence in there, for sure.