Cents of Nonsens is a small parts and apparel company from Frankfurt, Germany formed in 2006 by the Deepend BMX Shop duo, Country and Spangi. After a long-ish hiatus, they are back better than ever with a Frankfurt mixtape and a small series of new parts and tees with more coming soon. Consisting mainly of the Deepend BMX and CIAO-CREW members, this mix from Frankfurt also features guest clips of Wanja and Bruno.
Brazilian Volume Bikes ripper, Caique Gomes has been working hard on this Welcome to Volume video for some time and just wrapped it up this month. Caique's riding style ranges from super tech to big and burly and definitely rides what he can find when riding in Brazil. Always comes through with good spot usage and can ride anything!
Beim Best-Trick-Contest auf den freedombmx Awards 2017 in München ging es ordentlich zur Sache. Hier ist unser Video mit den besten Tricks des Tages zu den Klängen der Band, die anschließend die Bühne im Backstage geentert hat: Kein Signal. Vielen Dank an alle, die bei den freedombmx Awards dabei waren, um mit uns erst Rad zu fahren und anschließend bis in die frühen Morgenstunden zu feiern.
Started the day at home and set up my new Panasonic GH5 Camera. I took a flight to the other side of the world to Tallinn, Estonia with Anthony Panza to eventually meet up with Austin Augie for this weeks Simple Session Event and adventures with Visit Estonia. I added in some clips from a session in NYC from a few days earlier.
Radio Bikes team rider and all-out savage Spencer Ryan has been out stacking clips just before the cruel Canadian winter destroys any chance of outdoor riding. Spencer went to work on destroying every spot in sight with his unique blend of technical and white knuckle riding.
Davide is an italian rider, as you can see in this video his downhill and 4X career influenced his riding style. He goes fast and he does not give a fuck about fashion bmx. He can ride only over some weekends because of his job and he had an injury filming this video, so it took 3 years to end this little edit.
Well sometimes you just need a good friend, your bikes and good ass song. I did this split edit with my Geoff Meade is skills are just so flawless and I thought the two of us could make some two wheel magic. I hope you enjoy this one night stand at my job.
Corey Martinez - Ender Ender. Well, we just hit the dozen count on our 'Ender Ender' series and who better to take us through than a man with one of the longest video section careers out there, United's Corey Martinez. The King Of Alabama describes what went into getting his final wild clip from the Still United video... trust T-Nez to come up with a move like that!