5050BMX & Destroyer Equipment have teamed up to present you the Destroyers Certified Bike Helmet. The Tanner Builders and Riders all rock these CPSC certified helmets at the trails, skateparks and streets.
For nearly two decades, eastern Croatia is the true European center for extreme sports, and all of that is due to Pannonian Challenge festival, which, along with the adrenaline stunts of the world’s top BMX, INLINE and SKATE riders, also offers an excellent complement of urban culture. Each year skate park in Osijek becomes home for over 300 top athletes, whose three-day spectacle sees over 20,000 enthusiastic visitors from all over the region. Although many are already accustomed to summer editions of Pannonian Challenge, a somewhat earlier date for this year’s competition will certainly fit into the plans of extreme sport fans even better –regardless of their holidays, academic obligations, hellish heat and annoying mosquitos. In other words, from May 30th till June 2nd, extreme
BONA FIDE means Genuine or Real. This is how we show our real and genuine love to our BMX scene. Kayuhbmx full part video supported by Vans Malaysia. Featuring Saiful Ariff, Amar Shukri, Mat Dagu, Farhanuddin 'Aan' & Syafiq Zazlan.
Jasper Jones Park Edit 2018. Well this was actually filmed in the Summer of 2017 but I kind of forgot about the clips for a while haha. Either way Jasper still fucking kills it and we made a lot of good memories filming for this. Love this dude and I've met very few people so easy to film with. His creativity and consistency on a bike are rivaled by few here in the NorthWest.
Mark is know as one of the top bmx dirt riders in the world, but when it comes to making his banned sections, its a chance for Mark to express his love for street riding aswell. Ever since Banned 1 mark has filmed primarily street sections. to see the rest of his banned videos from the past go to bannedmarket.com and order a DVD that includes all 5 full length videos. The whole history of Banned BMX
Some of the Free Agent team, including Jared Eberwein, Ricky Moseley, Chris Rivers, and Seth Riley, got in an early session at the Harada Skatepark (aka 65th park) in Corona last Sunday. 65th happens to be the local stomping grounds of Daniel Sandoval, and he rolled through for a bit too. After wrapping up the park session, we took it to the streets with Jared, Ricky, and Chris and kept the day going.
We met Denim about a year after we started filming for Monster Mash in 2012 when he moved to Huntington Beach from Tucson, AZ. After riding with him for a few months we knew he absolutely needed to be apart of the video and brought him on board. Denim had never even filmed an edit, let alone a DVD section but in our eyes it was pretty apparent he would probably end up with last part. He ran through about three sets of teeth, 1,800 tubes and a wrist or two filming for this but didn't let it slow him down one bit and stacked almost seven minutes of footage. His clips are crazy but his process is crazier, with a motto like "don't think just go" it's easy to see how he ended up with a part this good and one of the best sponsors in the game, BSD. Enjoy and tune in tomorrow for the credits (or Alec's part if we can get things worked out)!