LEVI LENZI, 18 years old, from Curitiba, BRAZIL.This is the result of a project that began in September 2016. I resolved to handle with the responsibility of demonstrating all the dedication and involvement I have with BMX. The work that producing your own video takes differs immensely from a common video-part, wich brings a satisfaction from another level. I hope that all this work can please a lot and mainly serve as an inspiration for the Brazilian riders, showing that it is possible to produce quality stuff by your own. I want to thank the people that helped me in filming and Muller Bmx for the supporting.
The family grows one stronger today as Greek street technician Jason Eustathiou joins the Eclat AM team through RideOn BMX. Peep your eyes on this banger of a video shot during the past year throughout Europe. Jason is one of the most progressive street riders out there right now and we are over the moon to have him part of the squad. Look out for more from Jason in the very near future...
The 3rd and final stop of the Toyota BMX triple Challenge took place in the enclosed indoor pits of the Georgia Dome, where Colton Walker took 4th and Monster Energy's Own Kyle Baddock took 2nd and the overall series win.
Vans hosted a regional qualifier for all Australian BMXers to sign up and take part in, with hope to make the cut of 12 riders to get wildcards into the VANS INVITATIONAL BMX PRO CUP on the following weekend. Watch the guys absolutely shred and show the crowd who deserves their spot!
Mongoose en Costa Rica Part 2 is filled with top-notch riding from Kevin Peraza, Pat Casey, Ben Wallace, Tom Isted, Greg Illingworth and Paul Ryan. Watch as they hit concrete parks all over Costa Rica with some street clips sprinkled in. The trip is capped off with a demo at Kenneth Tencio's park, 10Cio during its grand opening.
BMX / GROW UP – INTRO Sunday Bikes. Sunday is proud to present the intro to our full-length video, Grow Up. We'll be dropping rider sections every Monday starting with tech master Jake Seeley this coming Monday, so keep your eyes peeled. Grow Up is the result of two years of riding, filming, traveling, blood, sweat, and tears from the entire Sunday team, and we hope you enjoy. –Walter Pieringer
The Tree Bicycle Company crew has been making a yearly trip to Woodward Camp for as long as we can remember. The riders may have changed but the amazing times and great riding remain the same. Click play and enjoy some clips from Nathan Wallace, Habo Gutierrez and Dylan Gold from a week in central Pennsylvania.