Garrett is one of those guys who we at DIG have long considered to be a true BMX legend and someone whose inspiration continues to operate at a different level than what is perceived as the norm. In fact, riders like Garrett and his ilk are the motivational backbone of our near 25 year existence as a BMX media outlet. This film is simply our way of showing respect for that inspiration and continued motivation.
As an athlete, getting one continuous line dialled is tricky enough as it is, without adding into the mix city streets and a cameraman in tow. Taking to his adopted hometown of Madrid, BMXer Courage Adams spins the tricks in this seamless line. Captured by the ever talented Hadrian Picard as part of his Lined Up series which you can see more of below... Hadrien: "It was a pretty stressful day, 1st we had to find the perfect place in Madrid to do that, then we had to talk about the line & between security & people everywhere we had a window of about an hour to get this line, Courage pulled it in less than 30'.... The Line was filmed by Antony Finocchiaro, give him the credit he deserves :)"
Wie schon in den Jahren zuvor, stand auch auf dem diesjährigen Butcher Jam der komplette Abriss des Schlachthof BMX- und Skateparks in der Flensburger Nordstadt auf dem Programm. Dafür waren neben so ziemlich allem, was in Deutschland Rang und Namen hat, auch zahlreiche Fahrer_innen aus den Niederlanden, Wales, England, der Tschechischen Republik und sogar Amerika an die Börde gekommen. Hier sind fast alles Highlights (sorry, Ralle!) eines spitzenmäßigen Pfingstwochenendes an der Ostsee.
On saturday, 15th of July, we supported the "Skate Open" BMX contest in Göppingen. Altogether it was a really chilled day! Thanks to all who've supported & participated @smilesridesbikes @justinridesbikes @robinkachfibmx @moritzkuhnbmx @mika_k_47 @marius_dietsche @janisoriovich @oinskipoinski @cockmog @thorsten.balzuweit @___fabio @markglen_bmx & more...