Having missioned around the globe for two years stacking ridiculous riding clips with the BSD team on over 10 trips it's nearly impossible to choose the best of them, but here we go. This edit marks the 2 year anniversary of Transmission's world wide premiere in Glasgow with a selection of just some of the highlights from Dan Paley, David Grant, Sam Jones, Mike Jersey Taylor, Matt Allpress, Jason Teet, Luc Legrand, Liam Zingbergs, Kriss Kyle, Reed Stark and Alex Donnachie's sections from the 2016 BSD Transmission DVD.
Denim Cox is a beast on a bike—always having fun while going for something crazy. And his BSD build is a direct reflection of his wild no hold barred style—complete with his own signature 4-piece Grime bars, blood stained cranks, and more. Denim explains what he rides and why.
Up next on the program was Vert. It was good to see how many people had signed up for it. In the Open class as well as in the Invitational group. Park riders that gave it a shot. A girl that gave it a very reasonable go airing both ways showing that Vert is not dead, there are just not a lot of Vert comps happening these days. With Nass, Benny Kopp’s Bielefeld jam and the X-Games, this year the U-Pipe riders don’t have a lot of choice.
But when they get together, the action is good. The Final on Sunday also brought a decent crowd to the big ramp that is normally based at Southsea Skatepark. A vert contest actually fits well over at a British comp. It takes some balls to send it above coping and Ash Finlay as well as Kaine Mitchell sent their flairs to the moon. Oakley Way got a good flow going on the ramp and finished 7th. Jon Kearns has such a good flow going both directions where you don’t even know what his regular side or getting air is. Add a few feet to his aerials and he’s up there with the best of them. A pleasure to watch indeed.
Paul Meacher, Alex Landeros, Zach Newman and Vince Byron were the true vert dawgs at Nass this year with Paul going the highest of them all. Alex Landeros brought no-handed flairs for the Brits to enjoy and wall all over the ramp as was crowd favourite Zach Newman with his original riding style. Australian Vince Byron had to dig into his bag of tricks to get the top spot and the combination of height, riding both ways and his tricks got him first place after almost missing out on qualifying.
Während des NRW-Teils ihrer Deutschlandtour haben die Jungs von Sunday Bikes natürlich auch in Köln vorbeigeschaut. Hier sind ein paar Clips von ihren Sessions in der Northbrigade und an der Schüssel 2.0, bei denen Erik Elstran, Gary Young, Chris Childs, Aaron Ross, Alec Siemon, Jake Seeley, Brett Silva und ihre deutschen Teamkollegen Daniel Portorreal, Miguel Smajli und Markus Reuss mal ebenso ein paar richtig nice Dinger aus dem Ärmel geschüttelt haben.
Street- und Flatlandbangern vom Feinsten: Hier sind die Highlights von Snipes BMX Cologne 2018 im Kölner Jugendpark. Mit von der Partie sind unter anderem Felix Prangenberg, Matthias Dandois und das 13-jährige Flatlandwunderkind Yu Katagiri, für reichlich Action ist also gesorgt. Gönn' dir!