If Woodward is too far and you still want to go to paradise, UNGRAVITY STREET SUMMERCAMPS 2013 AT EUROCAMP is your solution. The place hosted the 2012 rebeljam and received nothing but killer feedback with people wanting to go back there to ride, or spend a holiday there. FATBMX will go back again this summer and so should you. The place is amazing. There are even Summer Camps going on so if you want to get BMX lessons, stay at the beach, and have a good time, consider signing up for the Ungravity Summercamp. More info below:
Objectives + Initiate and/or improve students in the practice of SKATE/INLINE/BMX/SCOOTER in a safe and fun way. + Enhance his favortite sport where the child/adolescent is formed at both sporting and + Live during the summer a different and memorable experience with children that have the same interests and motivations in one of the best facilities, such as the ones prepared for sliding
Ramp building is something a lot of people can do. But when it comes down to designing and building in a short period of time, you will be able to decide the men from the boys. Currently a crew of ramp builders have made it to Amsterdam to finish up the course for the Red Bull Framed Reactions. Instead of starting from scratch, the crew had a lot of ramps available already as all the Red Bull Skylines ramps had been transported to Amsterdam a few months ago. But the ramp set-up in the Westerpark next week won't bee the same as the
Despite the bad weather Peyuco Duhart, Mayor of Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Pierre Agnès, Andy Mooney and Bob McKnight from the Quiksilver Group officially opened the Skatepark 162 on Tuesday, May 28th. Some amateurs and professional skateboarders from the DC team enjoyed a short sunny spell to show some tricks to the public. Then, the evening ended with a concert by the rock band"The Ringo Jets". This 1200 m2 public concrete spot, located in the Jalday area is the result of a Partnership between the Lafitenia association and the town of
Amsterdam isn't a city I visit all too often but with the Red Bull Framed Reactions event coming up I was in town a few times already this year. I'd heard about the new bowl that Miktor and Molf put together as an art project. It doesn't matter where the money comes from, as long as there are more spots to ride. This one however is hidden on the NDSM warf in Amsterdam north. Actually it's only 100 meters from Skatepark Amsterdam and 50 meters from the Red Bull offices. But still you won't see it.
For few years, Bike area in Straz pod Ralskem has been giving riders an opportunity to ride in the Vehicla Hall and in the dirt park which is outside and which has been repeatedly use as a destination for the national championship in the dirt. This area has a big addition for this year that will surely surprise you. It is our pleasure to invite you for the grand opening of a brand new bike park.
New bike park which is covered with a roof has been builded for almost two years but finally it was put into operation. Are you asking what can you find under the roof? Beautifly shaped dirt jumps that were done by Tomas Kudrnac and his boys from Dirty Parks.Big miniramp with a spine and a resi funbox as a brand new training facility for riders. The miniramp and the box was builded by ParkPilot company.
1st of June at two o’clock this is the exact day and the exact hour of GRAND OPENING. On that day, we will open new part
FATBMX is on a Cali trip at the moment and Instagram is our friend. The photo updates represent what we're up to on this annual journey. Follow us on Instagram (FATBMX) to see the photos first and feel free to Like or Comment on the pictures. You might be interested to see what went on at the Vans park during the Premium BMX comp, or the Boozer jam, or
5 riders, 3 weeks, 3 countries: the FURTHER road trip through South East Asia has begun! Take 5 riders from 4 different countries who have never travelled together before, give them 3 weeks and send them to South East Asia and what do you get? Well, here’s a first look at what Devon Smillie, Brad Simms, Jason Phelan, JB Peytavit and David Budko got up to the last few days. Riding amazing skateparks, shredding street spots in Singapore (without getting thrown in jail), exploring the streets and riding dirt in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
Last week the Russian BMX Award show took place in Moscow. It's the Russian version of the Nora Cup which they've put on for the last couple of years. It's a legit event, put on by BMX-ers for BMX-ers and it gets the scene together in the heart of winter. And cold it was. -25 at night, but once inside things were warm and comfy. For this year's edition Aaron Ross and Matthias Dandois along with myself received an invite to experience the event. Aaron couldn't make it because of a bum ankle but Matthias and I met up in Prague and took the last plane to Moscow.