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Kriss Kyle : BMX Dubai

This is BMX like you’ve never seen it before. First, watch Kriss Kyle land incredible tricks on his BMX across Dubai, and then read our exclusive interview with him. Home to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai is renowned for its breathtaking skyline. With stunning buildings, huge water parks and bustling souks, a place like this is the ...

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Toyota Triple Challenge : BMX Bangers

BMX and motocross go hand in hand, especially at select Monster Energy Supercross events where the Party In the Pits thanks to the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. Some of the best riders in the world came to Anaheim to throw down their two best tricks on a couple of giant dirt jumps. At the end of the day, Monster’s own ...

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Drop the Pin : Erik Elstan and Jeff Dowhen

While Erik Elstan and Jeff Dowhen were in Long Beach working on the new Madera video they had a free day so we dropped the pin and hit the streets. We landed on an industrial area in Carson, where Madera team mates Mike Stahl and Tom Villarreal eventually met up with us and we rode a lot of cool stuff ...

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Pavel Tencik 2018 – DIG BMX

You may remember our DIG Locals video we uploaded with Czech Republic’s Pavel Tencik at the start of 2018, well now he’s back with some more gems for us. Pavel has a hefty dose of style along with a penchant for big ol’ spots. I bet that pegs to bars gap felt fucking beautiful… Dude killed it once again.

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Alex Donnachie – OZMOSIS

After taking gold in Sydney’s X-games, Alex embarks on a two week road trip down the sunshine East coast of Australia exploring everything along the way. The result is mind-melting precision mixed with infinite happiness that only he possesses. Welcome back Alex, by Rich Forne.

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Drop the Pin : Gaspar Guendulain

Gaspar Guendulain is from Argentina, where even the rough spots are few and far between. Needless to say, he had a field day during his recent stay in LA. In between filming for the 1998 Project and Eighties Bike Co., we got him out to Long Beach for a day along with Eighties’ Pablo Cano and LA local Baltazar Duarte and ...

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Brian Hunt : The Good Things

​This project has been in the works for close to five years now – life happens, though, and sometimes things can get thrown on the back burner way longer than anticipated. New England native Brian Hunt has been slaying transitions for years, and with Stew Johnson behind the lens capturing some of Brian’s exploits, it was well worth the wait. ...

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GT in AZ : Mercado and Purdy

GT’s legendary San Diego style cat Albert Mercado and Philly powerhouse Jeff Purdy hit up sunny AZ for a week and they turned up the heat all over the streets of the Phoenix area. These dudes went in! “When Ben from GT presented the idea of doing a short trip with Albert Mercado and Jeff Purdy to my hometown of ...

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Drop The Pin : Albert Mercado

For the first time ever, the pin drop totally sucked. So, after we drove out to a rural neighborhood, we re-dropped the pin, found some spots, found ourselves in the middle of a swat situation, and then rode another spot. Albert killed it!

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Profile / FBM : Santa Cruz

The fifth annual Maiden America tour came through NorCal recently, featuring FBM, Profile, and QBP. We caught up with the dudes for two days in the Santa Cruz area, where we sessioned the famous Buena Vista pool, the Harvey West pump track, and sick street spots around a light house! The squad included Steve Crandall, Declan Murray, Garrett Guilliams, Shane ...

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Nigeria’s First Generation of BMX

BMX street is one of the most frequently evolving sports in the world. Fashions come and go as pro riders flit between the contest scene and their latest video release. In Nigeria, things are a bit different. As it is around the globe, riding bikes can be about breaking down walls and allowing an ever-growing group of riders to connect ...

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Matthias Dandois : Tour de Flat

Flatland BMXer, Matthias Dandois spends his life traveling the world in search of the locations where no BMX ever ridden and inventing new tricks that no one ever tried. Last November 4th, the Frenchmen won his 7th title of BMX Flat World Champion. By far, the most titled athlete in his discipline! A bit more one month after this victory, ...

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Vans presents COURAGE ft. Courage Adams

Introducing Courage Adams’ first full edit. Ever since stepping on the scene, Courage’s been turning heads with unreal bike control and explosive moves. With Rich Forne as the creative mind behind the lens, Courage’s first street part is guaranteed to keep your jaw nailed to the floor. “Jaw-dropping power combined with mind altering technical wizardry. Courage redefines the realms of ...

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Kriss Kyle : BSD BMX – 10 and Counting

From the quiet 15 year old kid who joined the BSD team back in 2008 to becoming one of the most progressive riders in BMX, Kriss Kyle has come a long way. It seemed only right that we should mark his 10 years on the team with a new video, filmed over the last 18 months in the concrete parks ...

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Tim Knoll : Home

Tim Knoll’s incredible style of street riding has turned heads since he hit the consciousness of the BMX community at the start of this decade. The Milwaukee native has since gone on to develop his riding to new levels and has evolved a style that mixes up BMX street and Flatland skills with acrobatics and gymnastics moves. We saw the ...

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Mike Varga : All or Nothing

Mike Varga rounded out 2018 with an absolute full send of bangers filmed worldwide, all the while overcoming multiple injuries surgeries over the past year. Unfortunately he ended it with another injury, breaking his collarbone and requiring immediate surgery while filming his last clip for this video. Mike is dedicated to pushing the limits on a BMX, so you can ...

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Adam Kun : City of Gold

Johannesburg aka the ‘City of Gold’, is South Africa’s largest city. Beginning it’s roots as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement. Today, it’s still the capital of South African commerce with a city that is a melting pot bustling with people and different cultures. Literally built on top of the old mines. Back in May, Hungarian Flatland shredder Adam Kun touched down in Joburg ...

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