Some riders can simply do it all. They're good at anything without trying, or at least it looks like it comes naturally to them. Dennis Enarson is one, but the Australian version is Boyd Hilder for certain. Park, Street, Bowls, and just let's throw Dirt in there for good measure, as we're sure he would shred on that terrain too. Check what Boyd has been up to lately by reading his Last Call.... list below.
Last car you bought? Boyd Hilder: 2000 Hiace 3 years ago for 3 grand. Still so stoked on it.
Boyd Hilder has been a part of the LUXBMX team now for the last 2 years and we are so proud to see what he has and continues to achieve. Over the past few years, Boyd has turned heads both in Australia and on the global stage at competitions including the Vans Bowl Comp, Alternate for X games and various jams throughout the years. After showing the world he’s here to stay, Boyd has found a home at Federal Bikes and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon.
Welcome back to the 10 SPOT! Next up we have Jacob Cable. Joining us this time and asking the questions, is Jacob's cousin and teammate Travis Hughes. Hit play to see if your question was chosen. Enjoy!
Volume BMX: Boyd Hilder's Califorina "Venture". Our Australian all terrain ripper, Boyd Hilder was out in the states this summer for an extended vacation. Alongside a busy contest season, and a few trips we managed to stack some footage for the hell of it and came out with some pretty rad stuff. From kinked rails to tranny spots, Boyd can and will ride it all!
Time for a classic discussion: BMX with brakes or brakeless? Watch Corey Bohan chat with Boyd Hilder on the ups and downs of having brakes vs brakeless BMX. The great and good of BMX were in Málaga this weekend for the World Championship finale of the Van's BMX Park competition. The second edition of the Vans BMX Pro Cup concluded in Málaga on Sunday, with the crowning of the men's and women's world champions, following the end of the four-stop competition.