Matty Cranmer was challenged by the world's most creative bike rider, Tate Roskelley to do another impossible trick and if he could land the trick then he gets $100! Matty accepted the challenge and modified a BMX frame to be able to do this one of a kind trick and after many failed attempts Matty actually did it!
The highly anticipated Game Of Bike between Matty Cranmer and the BMX Legend @Ryan Nyquist at the Cary, NC skatepark lived up to the expectations and became the best Game Of Bike Ever! Both riders stepped up their tricks and challenged each other to be a better rider there was backflip No handers, 540 No handers and even world's first No Handed Gaps across the skatepark. This Game Of Bike is a must watch!
Vans BMX presents Whirlwind, a look inside team rider Scotty Cranmer’s inspirational story, nearly five years after he endured a life-changing accident. Whirlwind chronicles Scotty’s astronomical rise to notoriety, which gripped the BMX world’s attention, and his positive “anything is possible” mindset that has kept him moving forward against all odds, even in the face of an accident that left him paralyzed from the neck down.
Vans BMX proudly presents a new film, Whirlwind, uncovering the astonishing first-hand account of BMX legend Scotty Cranmer’s rise to notoriety and his true grit, passion, and positivity in the aftermath of a life-changing accident. Achieving pro status early in his career, Scotty’s emergence as a 16-year-old phenom from New Jersey gripped the attention of the BMX community. His innovative approach to both park and street riding had him stacking up medals, including three X Games Park wins, and a part for Vans’ Illustrated was a testament to his trick progression and versatility. His success on a bike also carried over to his efforts behind the camera as he began growing his YouTube channel,
The cursed broken titanium bike is back and Cory Berglar is sad! This bike has been such a headache for Cory but he won't let go and move on! We took it to the skatepark and Cory did his first backflip on it since it broke but the question remains, How many more backflips does the bike have left?
I challenged myself with the my toughest test since my accident. I decided to try to ride my BMX bike 100 miles in a day! I have never attempted this and I am not sure of anyone else that has ever tried this before but I am going to prove to myself and the world that just because I'm a quadriplegic that doesn't mean that my life is over!
Today is the 4 year anniversary of the accident that changed my life forever. Over the years I have made unbelievable progress going from being fully paralyzed to now being back on my BMX bike riding again!
My friend Brad is a U.S Army Helicopter Pilot but he is also a lifetime BMX rider that came by the skatepark in his uniform during a lunch break to ride the skatepark with us and he did some amazing tricks including huge tail whips and quarter pipe airs!
I'm not just any handicap guy, I used to be one of the best BMX riders at doing my favorite trick, the tail whip! Even though I can't physically do the trick anymore I can still explain all the key steps to landing your very first tail whip on your BMX bike!
Big Boy is 22 years old and owns a house, it's expected to be a party house but somehow Big Boy keeps it under control! We have a brand new game called project bmX that combines water pong and BMX tricks on his ramp first person to make all 6 cups and land all 6 tricks will be the winner!