FNQ's Zane Caldera has been bullshit good forever, and has matured into one of local BMX's best kept secrets. Zane is someone with the rare combination of having big tricks, as well as a good style and the ability to blast. This video has everything from technical footjam combos, big bowl lines, transfers and a pair of the best table airs you're ever likely to see.
Shaun Jarvis sent through this video featuring himself and the rest of the Freestyle Now Stunt Squad. The riding is really diverse, with everything from multiple willy-whippers to blasted tables to wild flatland combos, as well as some rad skateboarding! These dudes are doing a good thing.
In something of a sequel to the Garreth Hadfield Mario video from a little while ago, Mario teams up with his younger brother Luigi (Steve Lyons) for a shred at Ride On. Their escapades, the costume, props, and the Jack Toadles cameo make for a really enjoyable watch. This is rad! Production by Jack Birtles.
Due the the wild weather that QLD and the North Coast of NSW has been having for the last week or so, I have been forced to postpone the Blake Butterfield Memorial Jam. It will be going ahead this Saturday February 2, weather permitting. Don't forget to get behind our generous supporters who jump on board every year; Lux, Hell on Wheels, Back Bone, Stowaway, Triple Six, Dishonour, Colony, Division and Focalpoint. I hope to see you all down here, and getting rad!
Following up on the solid impression made by Rounds 1 & 2 comes the third and final instalment in the trilogy, which lives up to the buzz created by the first two. Featuring a solid crew including Greg Lamond, Jake Corless, Sion Bourne, Matt Bell, Jake Hitchman, Kie Ashworth, Dwayne Saul and Luke Snelling who all come through with some great riding, and Sion's skills behind the lens make for an awesome watch, check this out for sure!
It seems every week Jack Paton sends through a new video, and with each one, his filming and editing improves, which is awesome. His most recent submission is of Peter Chang riding Albany Creek one afternoon. That ET to Hang Five was cool!
Matt McCallum got bumped to Cult recently through Selekt, and has been working on his obligatory welcome edit for a while now. Mackle's nose manual game is crazy, so you know there will be plenty of good shit from that aspect, but there is plenty of dope peg moves and a few tricks that surprised me.
Our friends over at Dishonour have just dropped some new goods, in their new Clique chino shorts and Cali sunnies. The shorts are similar to their slim chinos of last year, except shorts! The sunnies, are just a variation of their previous version of cali shades which, by the way, are awesome.
Vocko always brings the heat, and this short video for Shadow is no different. Big, deadman shit, weird tech combos and general pisstakes have become staples of this superstar. These are all leftovers for the upcoming 2020 DVD, which makes it that much crazier!
Aidan Torr comes through with the goods in this Jack Paton produced video. Kids are getting so good so quickly; Aidan's 16 and is doing flairwhips on a five foot quarter. Wild!
This is rad! Jack Birtles put together a bunch of old clips of Daniel Watson and came up with this video, which has a really fun vibe. Some weird one limbed stall variations, a cameo from Spiderman, awesome soundtrack and some pool shralpin' make this a video you don't wanna miss. Last clip looked so much fun
Sydney duo George Prentoski and Lee Cruickshank come through with just under five minutes of buttery street riding and fun times. George is killing the four peg game lately, and Lee is smooth as silk, and running to film the Lambo just topped it off.
The Commission BMX - Taking It Easy from George Prentoski on Vimeo.
The Commission BMX - Taking It Easy from George Prentoski on Vimeo.
After a brief stint on the bench with injury, Alex Hiam is back on the bike. To celebrate the occasion, he self-filmed a doubles video with his boy Tim Storey at their local park in Cleveland. This is one of the better-done doubles videos I've seen, synchronized flairing and all!
John Young just uploaded this portion of the bonus section from his Steadfast 2 DVD and it's a cracker! Featuring some of Australia's most esteemed dirt riders in Shane Conlon, Jaie Toohey, Jared Carter, Chris Harti, Cam White and of course the Late, Great Dane Searls and much more ripping shit up!
After a brief hiatus due to a trip to Sydney, we're back! To kick things off, we've got the Triple Six House of Hammers roadtrip from October. Team riders Mike V, Jerry V and Raph Jeroma-Williams tripped down to ride the contest, along with our own Mitch Wood and TM Sam Cummins. They kill a bunch of mid north coast parks, with some contest footage spliced in there for good measure. That bowl at Bellingen is ridiculously hard to ride, which makes everything done in there that much crazier.
2020 are ringing in the new year by dropping this freshly squeezed magazine. Packed full of rad features including interviews from DJ, Sam Waters and Jono Hopping, Coverage of House of Hammers, and the recent Dirt and Nothing Else Memorial Jam, along with a Fit Bondi trip. This looks the goods, and will be available at bike shops and newsagents this week!
Once again, I am organising a jam in memory of my younger brother, going down at the Kempsey skatepark on January 27th. Each year, we have raised money for the Westmead Childrens hospital, and this is no different. We wish to add onto the $2000 we've already raised over the years. Last year's was the most fun I've ever had on my bike, and hopefully this year will be another repeat. Supported by Lux, Hell on Wheels, Back Bone, Stowaway, Triple Six, Dishonour, Colony, Division and Focalpoint. Get on down if you're up for an Australia Day long weekend trip and an awesome day of riding!
Alex Hiam used a bit of injury-induced downtime to put together this day edit featuring Chris Courtenay, Dean Anderson, Clint Millar, Brock Olive, Mathias Dandois and more. They juiced the fuck out of that Brown's Plains hip. Chris Coutrenay's Table onto the back of the Varsity capsule was my personal highlight.
Bevan Cowan knocked out a bunch of lines at Morayfiled for Jack Paton's camera on Christmas Eve. Apparently he did most of this stuff in the first few tries, which is pretty impressive. I particularly liked the gap, the over back pedal and turndown fakie, but the rest of it was sweet.
Jack Elkins and Chris Whyte met up at Waterloo in Sydney the other day, and churned out this dope day clip. The first clip and the last two clips were fucking rad, and the rest is hardly filler. I dig his smooth yet powerful style.
Damn, there is some fucking serious radness coming out of South East Queensland right now; and there is no better example of it than this Wilton Hedley video by the Storey Brothers. There is so much good stuff in this, from flowy bowl lines, tech ledge nibs to straight deadman shit; and edited to Black fucking Sabbath no less. Fuck yeah Wilto!
Somehow this slipped through the cracks in my internet sleuth recently, but Primary Threads have an updated website, as well as a dope new product range including five panels, snapbacks, tees, singlets and more which you can check out here.
OG Dirt and Park meistro Shane Conlon comes through with some heat in this Adam Cox produced video for Demolition/BMX Militia. Some awesome park lines, tricks and transfers, with respectable dirt and plaza moves, this is awesome! I loved the box line at GC, as well as the transfers at Vale and Nerang.Shouts to Jack Gibson's rock and roll band for the track, too!
Toward the end of last year, the Anchor crew jumped in a bus and spent 6 days shralpin' bowls all around Victoria. This looks like the best fucking time ever. A weeks worth of camping out and transition riding with the boys. Fuck yeah!
Honestly, I wasn't expecting too much out of this Leeton Kleingeld 'Quick Clips' video, but I was pleasantly surprised by the tricks he was throwing on these five foot quarters. I can honestly say that this is the first time I've seen either of the last two tricks at concrete public park.