July 15th is this years jam!!Last years jam was so insane it had to have been the best one yet! I'm always super late with these, but that's only because I like posting them with the following years date to get everyone excited!A huge shoutout to everyone who had their hands on a camera for this. Matt Poteet, Brenden Wargo, Brian Horecky, Tim DoerflerNew videos every Mon. Tues. Weds. & Saturday with random videos in between.
Stolen Saturdayz is a weekly video series presented by Stolen Brand. ***** Our AM team rider Brandon Gauthreaux repping Stolen and riding around Louisiana for his first Stolen Saturdayz edit. Be on the look out for our weekly mid-day Saturday youtube drop. *****
Proudly presenting The Masta Chef! Devin Burks is our latest addition to the Shop Team. Colorado Native, always shredding the streets of Denver in his own way. This guy is a total "savage" so you had better "put some respect on it!" Hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making this!
In addition to being one of BMX's biggest personalities off of his bike, Valencia, Spain's Vicente Candel is an absolute beast on it. Don't let the epic facial hair and brilliant fashion sense confuse you - Vicente is the real deal. Watch him destroy street spots on his home turf and rejoice!
We join Stephen Murray for a day as he heads out to Adrenaline Alley skatepark in Corby, UK, to watch his sons shred with some of the Stay Strong crew. 'STAYING STRONG' Autobiography by Stephen Murray out 22nd June.
The Skatepark de la Rotonde in Strasbourg, France was the place to be for the latest edition of the NL Contest. The Festival International des Cultures Urbaines de Strasbourg took place on 19, 20 and 21 May 2017. A total of 450 athletes gave the crowd of 27 000 people a show that they'd come to watch. Cam Peake (GBR) wins Street (!) and Spine while Team France's Istvan Caillet grabs the pro Dirt win.
Jason Phelan Loch Down takes BMX to the middle of the Holy Loch, Scotland. Combine deep sea diving and BMX and you get one hell of an idea. Jason has teamed up with The Professional Diving Academy (PDA) in Dunoon, Scotland to take BMX to the sea. GT Bicycle’s Jason Phelan‘s Loch Down video concept saw him crowdfund one of the craziest BMX projects ever seen. Building a series of jumps on a Loch in Scotland as well as head beneath the Loch in a diving cage, Phelan brings his usual approach of anything is possible to this incredible BMX documentary.
BIKE Channel founder and CEO Filippo Ubaldini said “It’s projects like this that we love to show on BIKE Channel. Jason’s dream and approach is captured beautifully in this film and the way he puts his
Mongoose Bikes, a brand of Dorel Industries, Inc., will head back to Woodward Camp in Woodward, PA, for the sixth annual Mongoose Jam. After two years at Woodward West in Tehachapi, California, the brand has decided to bring the event back East with their new Video Battle format. From August 7th through 11th 15 pros, five videographers and five amateurs will film and produce five team edits competing for a $40,000 prize purse. At the end of the week, the teams’ edits will be premiered forWeek Ten Woodward Campers. Prior to that, the edits will be judged by BMX industry veterans on originality, style and the difficulty of tricks used to determine the winning team.
Mongoose riders Greg Illingworth, Pat Casey, Kevin Peraza, Paul Ryan, and Ben Wallace will each captain one of five teams at the BMX-only event. Each captain will invite two pro BMX athletes and one videographer to join their teams. They will then draft one amateur from among the Woodward campers during the Amateur Contest to be held on August 7th.
Following the event on Monday, August 14th Mongoose will begin to release the edits on Ridebmx.com starting from last place to first where online voting will be held to determine which team gets the viewers’ choice award.
“This is our second year with the new video format for the Jam and I’m excited to see how it evolves as we switch up locations and head back east to Camp Woodward,” says Steve Wilcox, marketing