The 'Shop?' Video - Alic Thorogood. More from the UK's 'Shop?' video and this week it's the man Alic Thorogood and his section. Footage from all over Europe in this one, including the foggy old streets of London town.
Anthony Napolitan brought us together to film his first Bowl Dog Jam. The concept is simple: invite some people out to ride, give 'em some free food courtesy of Wienerschnitzel, have some laughs, and then give some products out courtesy of Anthony's sponsors Profile, Colony, and Maxxis. Oh, and we filmed some clips, too.
We're proud to present to you, "Mental Exodus". A full length web video part from Kris Fox... Filmed all around Southern, Central and Northern California. Thanks to Andrew Lazurak, Matt Cordova and Broc Raiford for their help.
After getting pushed back a day because of heavy winds, the 2019 FISE Montpellier Dirt event went down with a heavy cast of riders dropping in on the course. Top honors went to Pat Casey with Leandro Moreira and Jaie Toohey following in second and third place. Check riding from Pat, Leandro, Jaie, Mike "Hucker" Clark, Kevin Peraza, Drew Bezanson and more.
Morgan Wade did the highest tail whip drop ever in China at the Games BMX big air event and I can't believe he did it in his runs every try! I was lucky enough to be the commentator on the live show for all the BMX events and it was so much fun!
Check out the top highlights from the BMX Big Air and BMX Street competitions that took place this weekend at X Games Shanghai 2019, featuring Garrett Reynolds, Ryan Williams, Felix Prangenberg, Vince Byron, Chad Kerley and James Foster.
A sick, well designed, concrete street course isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the FISE series, but they really stepped things up in that department this year - and the resulting runs reflected the upped quality of course. 57 riders got whittled down to 12 in qualifications, and those 12 then put on a hell of a show for the sun soaked French audience. Enjoy all the best from Street and then get yourself down to the next FISE event to experience it first hand.
Monster Energy’s BMX athletes dominate at FISE in Montpellier, France. Monster Army’s Justin Dowell had an incredible weekend at FISE with a win in the UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup, and third place in the Spine Ramp the night before. Rounding out the podium spots are Jose Torres who earned the top spot in Spine Ramp, and Pat Casey with first place in Dirt finals. Teammates Moto Sasaki took third place in UCI BMX Flatland World Cup, and Leandro Moreira took second in Dirt. After qualifying in 10th after the Park Semi Finals, Dowell was one of the first people to ride in the Finals and he set the bar with a score of 91.20. Afterward he anxiously watched as the rest of the heats went down.