Travis just turned 21 and already has an impressive history and roots with Kink BMX. Enjoy the Best Of Travis Hughes so far as we watched him grow into the beast we see today, from the past few years of adventures!
BMX tour life can be tough. For Vans’ team rider and consecutive BMX Pro Cup champion Larry Edgar, his high-flying antics require ultimate confidence that he’ll be supported when landing on sharp metal pedals or bailing on concrete. Fortunately, for Larry and BMX riders everywhere, Vans is proud to release the Old Skool Pro BMX in Larry Edgar’s very own black and yellow colorway.
At the shoe’s core is Vans’ Wafflecup BMX outsole technology, specifically designed to deliver a superior combination of pedalfeel, support, and durability. This iteration has been upgraded with Vans’ proprietary PopCush, a brand-new foam recipe, meticulously tuned for impact protection, cushioning, and custom energy return for every type of riding. Reinforced underlays in high-wear areas, otherwise
The same dudes behind the awesome Banana Seat video that we put out a few months ago are back with more gold, this time dubbed "So How You Doin'?" Shot in Syracuse, Buffalo and NYC. Perfect for a pre-ride hype or before the club.
As we look back to the year 1984, a twelve-month period that saw the Freestyle market emerge, and explode, with new products and inventions, we celebrate two of the most iconic product launches in the history of the sport. "When I launched the Haro Freestyler in 1982, very few people believed in what I was doing." - Bob Haro.
The Haro Freestyler arrived in 1982, breaking new ground and delivering the first dedicated Freestyle frame and fork combination. Then, in the early months of 1984, two new models, the Haro Master - Bob Haro's vision for the next generation Freestyle bike - and the Haro Sport - The first dedicated vertical trick bike, stood front and center in a print advert titled "Trick or Street?" The Sport and Master set the tone,