We've been looking forward to this one! Tempered Goods team rider Jake Corless has been busy working on this new video and it's a cracker. Excellent vibes and even better riding from this Aussie underground treat.
For our latest episode of IN THE CUT we've got 28 minutes of randomness, slams, BTS, outtakes and alternate angles from the Mile High Cinema trip with the dream team of Chad Kerley, Garrett Reynolds, Nathan Williams, Corey Martinez and Dakota Roche. Sit back and enjoy!
Cookie Jam 2018 - DIG BMX LOCALS. Shot and cut by Ryan Hallett “The 9th annual Cookie Jam in memory of Jamie Bruce took place In Exeter, UK on the last Saturday of June 2018… and it was a banger. The Sun was out and all the guys involved with organising and putting on the Jam did an amazing job as they do every year. From Bowl comps to rail jams the Cookie jam had it all including a giant bike stack. Shout out to Jamie Skinner, Paul Foster, Tim Ruck and all involved with putting on another amazing Jam and make sure your there next year!” - Ryan Hallett
Harry Mills-Wakley, Tom Deville, Fernando Laczko, Jordan O'Kane, and Fooman travel to the French city of Toulouse to sample over eight centuries of architecture. The guys come through with some serious heat in this and with teammate Alex Valentino in tow behind the camera, needless to say, it's a pleasure on the eyes.
"In the Spring of 1998, Jeff Harrington, on behalf of Profile, asked if I'd ride for their brand. 20 years later, I couldn't see myself riding any other drive train. Celebrating both 20 years of riding for the brand (17 of those working closely here in the Profile factory) and the daily motivation I still feel upon turning 41, here's a collection of clips I've put together building up to that date. Thanks for watching, I hope you enjoy." - Matt Coplon "Thanks to Profile Racing for 20 years of support. To Chad Degroot and Deco. To John Povah and Etnies. To Brian Schaefer and the Skatepark of Tampa. To Adi Gilbert and Folklore. To Steve Crandall and FBM. Thanks to Steve Caro, Ricky Moseley, Mike Hinkens, Eric "Easy" Fabrisiak, and Alan Shirley for motivation and assistance with filming. Extra thanks to Ariel Gunn, Adi Gilbert, Will and DIG BMX, Beth and Alan Shirley and especially Steve Caro for all their help and support." - Matt Coplon
After pulling off one of the most raw and wildest jams ever last year, Trey Jones re-booted and the follow-up 2018 Swampfest became a reality once more. If you weren’t fortunate enough to attend one of the Ghetto Street comps in the early 2000’s, the Swampfest is basically this decade’s version, with some Florida flavor. Here’s a 14-minute glimpse into the non-stop antics that went down all weekend long. Shout-out to Ryan Herbach, Dave McDermott, Cody Diggs and the whole crew for helping put on an awesome event, and especially Trey for all his hard work and effort to give everyone a weekend they won’t forget.
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.
Van Homan was in France earlier on in the year filming for our most recent DIG X FIT video and Antoine Sabourin continued his onslaught of badly timed interview questions for this latest 'Worst Interview' feature.
A month back while The Street Series was doing its thing worldwide, Animal's Mike Hoder and Chase Dehart hopped over the Atlantic for a trip to Old Blighty to sample some grimy brick gems. Animal UK's No Donuts OG Fat Head also made it down to London from t'north to supply some chit-chat and whoppers, along with local newbie Malick Cham. Despite some classic UK summer weather the guys held it down and came out with some classy street nugs. Enjoy!
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.