In Feb me and Gianni Zarah went for a little trip near our pals in the Netherlands where we mostly rode the 040 skatepark and some other spots our Sick Tour Guide Koen Pastor showed us! Big thanks to Koen, Daniel Wedeimejer and the rest of the 040 crew for helping us have a sick time! We cant wait to come over again!
Californian skatepark destroyer Jacob Bailey comes through with a real banger for his first official Radio Bikes video. One of the most explosive riders emerging out of the US BMX scene, Jacob takes his technical and burly riding to work, slaying just about every skatepark, transition, and set up in sight.
Aaron Ross has been steady killing it as a top pro BMXer for more than a decade. That's an impressive feat for any rider, but damn near unthinkable for someone who works as hard as Aaron. Check out his domination of the Grow Up crash trailer or his substantial contribution to the wrecks section in the Grow Up bonus, or just take my word for it – Aaron gives it his all. The physical and emotional anguish he endures for some of these clips is nothing short of breathtaking. But Aaron won't be stopped, and he's always willing to push himself to the limit to get done what he knows he can get done.
The top street pros from around the world battled in Huntington Beach for 3 hours and here are the super highlights crammed into 5 minutes. What a day! Congrats to Nathan Williams for the CULT Best Trick win with the Nollie Half Cab over the Vans sign and to the top three - Chad Kerley, Devon Smillie and the 2017 winner Garrett Reynolds.
Raw footage from the Florideah Swamp Fest 2017. It was madness to say the least. Shout out to Trey Jones and everyone who helped make it happen. BMX is the best. There was also a dirt jam that I didn't film at all. It was too much fun riding to pick up the camera. Sorry about that.
Vans concluded the second annual BMX Street Invitational at Off The Wall Skatepark in Huntington Beach where the world’s most talented BMX street riders battled for top honors and a chance to take home a piece of the $25,000 cash purse. With a stacked field of thirty-two competitors, the bar was set high by New Jersey’s Garrett Reynolds who claimed victory, taking home first place and $5,000 for his innovative tricks and dynamic riding.
“Today was my first time riding this park, it’s an awesome facility and everything about the park is perfect” exclaims Garrett. “To be out here riding with my friends and watching everyone progress is my passion, this is what I live for.”