JANCIS - Jānis Ivuškāns - is one of our young shreder - he is only 5 years old and rocking it with 16 inch bike. He loves riding and definetelly loves to spend time great! Positivity and fun, but from our side - great to see future for BMX Freestyle! :)
Simply put, the Kink Roaster is designed to be a kids first BMX bike. The 12” wheel and frame size make it an easy transition from a balance bike and means kids will feel completely comfortable on their first pedaling bike. Once again, this bike isn’t simply a bike with 12” wheels or merely a miniaturized BMX bike. It factors into account standard BMX geometry, and applies them to a younger child’s size and needs. The Gloss Nuclear Green colorway really shines while the bike sports some great components throughout.
Today, Woodward Copper announced its BMX Summer Camp is now open for registration. The camp is open to riders of all levels ages 7+ and is a perfect way for campers to sharpen their skills throughout the summer. Known for its large indoor facility “The Barn”, Woodward Copper remains open 11 months of the year giving BMX riders extra time to hone their array tricks without weather interference. With a full outdoor BMX park, campers will learn from top pro BMX riders and professional instructors, with exclusive access to sharpen skills and learn new tricks at The Barn is a 19,400 square foot indoor playground with ParkBoardsTM and ParkSkisTM, Skatelite jumps into foam pits, a pump track, multiple skate areas, a 54’ x 22’ spring floor, six Olympic fly-bed trampolines, and a 16’ x 16’ Super Trampoline.
The Halahan Brothers. Lukas (15), Nathan (13), and Shane (8) got every kid's dream opportunity - to ride with their favorite pros. Only these pros weren't the once you'd expect. When asked who they'd be most stoked to ride with, first up came the name Garrett Byrnes, someone who's age is more than these three combined, and no doubt would have been the choice of most of the DIG family. Follow along as the boys head to New Jersey and New York City and get to sample some of the lifestyle that has carved out Garrett’s persona. They meet up and ride with the man himself, taking in city streets to skateparks, DIY ramps, trails, and more of Garrett’s favorite spots. Trey Jones said it right at Swamp Fest - if you think BMX sucks nowadays, just look at these three dudes. Keep your eyes peeled for episode two soon... The Halahan Bro’s are proudly supported by DIG partners Profile Racing and Vans.