Stephan August AKA @Bootygroceries drops a random pin in the city of Long Beach and we start our day there, riding everything we find until the sun goes down. Guest appearances from Ben Silver and Ayden Shea.
Our DIG 'Realtime' series continues today with a journey south of the equator to the birthplace of Greg Illingworth - South Africa. We follow him over a full day through Johannesburg in the company of the guy who first put him on video, Jimmy Reynolds, to discuss Greg's move to Hastings UK, growing up riding in a place like SA, his influential meeting with the T1 crew during their World Tour in 2003 and his changing thoughts on his home country. He also revisits his early riding spots including the legendary Germiston bowl, and meets up with some of the next generation of local riders, as well as getting taking to the streets and checking out one of the wildest spots you'll ever have witnessed. Hit play now - this a good one!
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Simple Session 2018: BMX Street & Park Highlights. Alle Jahre wieder werden auf der Simple Session in Estland am laufenden Band die heftigsten Banger rausgehauen. Das war auch 2018 nicht anders. Hier sind die Park- und Streethighlights aus der Saku Suurhall, featuring Garrett Reynolds, Larry Edgar, Bruno Hoffmann, Kevin Peraza, Simone Barraco und viele mehr.
Wethepeople PRO's Ed Zunda, Dillon Lloyd, Dan Kruk and Jordan Godwin took a quick shop stop into the Midwest. Thanks to QBP for making this happen and Albes, House of Bicycles, Lets Roast, Mud Slingers & Zion Cyclery for the hospitality.
Yumi Tsukuda’s unique approach to modern-day street riding first caught our eye via Instagram, earning the then 19-year-old a spot on our International Flow Team in March of 2017. In January of this year, he booked himself a ticket from Tokyo to Long Beach to meet the team and ride for a month. Yumi instantly vibed with the crew, and his style, creativity and motivation paired with his awesome attitude, led the team to a unanimous decision to put him on PRO before he went home to Japan.