While the focus of Can You Film This? was on the up and coming generation of riders on GT, the pro squad stepped in for a bit as well. Here's a bangin' mix featuring Brian Kachinsky, Dan Conway, Mike Guth, Tate Roskelley, Leandro Moreira, and Albert Mercado.
A few months after getting diagnosed with Crohn's disease and getting back in shape, Ratty Maty found himself halfway across the country on top of a giant ledge face to face with his ender for Can You Film This?
GT's Michael Dickson has come a long way since his DIG Locals video back in 2020. You would have caught Michael ripping up Simple Session but he's also been busy filming this one back on home turf, in between the classic Scottish weather. It isn't easy riding between downpours but Michael killed it in his latest and greatest.
Industry pioneer GT Bicycles, in collaboration with Lucasfilm has re-imagined the lead character of The Mandalorian series, Din Djarin, in two-wheel form. Built on the 29-inch version of GT’s iconic Pro Performer freestyle BMX platform, the GT Pro Performer 29: The Mandalorian Edition features attention to detail that all fans and riders will appreciate, like Beskar armor-inspired paint, fantastic woven and leather accents, a Clan Mudhorn headbadge, “THIS IS THE WAY” in Mando’a debossed in backside of saddle, and even Darksaber-inspired reflective elements.
Wanting to pay tribute in a way that resonates beyond the Star Wars galaxy and across to fans of BMX, GT made sure to equip the bike with the quality components riders expect: