This is not your average street jam! The guys at Bros Bike store put in a ton of effort with this year's Street Station event, customising a series of Lyon spots with some special ramps and holding sponsors best trick events. Apart from the first spot, no one knew what to expect and no doubt this helped towards making this one of the best jams of the year! There's too much to mention in here - hit play for the gold.
"I met Alexis at a jam in Halifax in 2013, he was 15 or 16 and absolutely destroying it, he came down with Corey from Moncton. We went out after the jam and he ended up filming his first clips for the DVD (which were all crazy) and the rest is history. Alexis is now a proud father of two and still throwing bangers whenever we link up. This kid has such an insane personality on and off his bike, I really think his section compliments that." -Ian Fleming
Soulcycle crew rider Anne Hofsink filmed a bunch of clips this year! Anne is always stoked to ride his bike and filming clips with his homies! all these clips are filmed by: Halux Visions, Jack Nieraeth, Chiel Rieks, Lennart Horst, Bart van der Kamp, Sharvan Debi Tewari, Sybren Planting.
Episode 3 of a 3-part series - In partnership with Vans UltraRange. Go behind the lens with photographer Jody MacDonald as she chases BMX rider Tyler Fernengel across the island of Kauai to capture his skills in a new light. From an urban adventure to an abandoned Hawaiian sugar mill, MacDonald shows us the immense effort required to shoot something that hasn't been shot before.
3rd edition of the Tartiflat Jam, September 2017 with local riders from Annecy, Grenoble, Lyon and more. This year, our jam took place at Les Villards-sur-Thônes between mountains, sun and rain. Lots of fun and cheeses!
This video was filmed in eastern pennsylvania and showcases realistic street riding from a variety of talented individuals who reside within the state. A large majority of the filming was conducted in the Philadelphia region over the past 2-3 years. the project’s goal is to document the stylistic approach to riding on less than perfect obstacles that the area has been and continues to be known for.