BMX Beat! was the world's first BMX Freestyle TV show and 15-Year-Old Mat Hoffman won 2 World BMX Beat! Championships in14+ Ramps, and Amateur. This video is a compilation of his performances in the Tizer World BMX Beat! in 1987.
BMX Beat! was the world's first BMX Freestyle TV show and Carlo Griggs, whilst only 12 years old at the time, made his mark in a BIG way! This video is a compilation of his performances in the BMX Beat 3-In-1 Oil Freestyle Champs in 1986.
We have finally found riders that can conquer the old school BMX trick book! We went to a local flatland jam and met up with Kip Williamson, Chad Degroot, Marco Dejesus and Scott Weaver and they did some insane flatland trick combos that had me and Big Boy in shock!
This video is special, Stuart 'Pepi' Winder was a legendary figure on BMX Beat, he was the fan-favorite every time he appeared on the show...If you pay attention to this video you'll notice some rare footage from the long lost BMX Beat Series that we can't find anywhere from 1984.
As we look back to the year 1984, a twelve-month period that saw the Freestyle market emerge, and explode, with new products and inventions, we celebrate two of the most iconic product launches in the history of the sport. "When I launched the Haro Freestyler in 1982, very few people believed in what I was doing." - Bob Haro.
The Haro Freestyler arrived in 1982, breaking new ground and delivering the first dedicated Freestyle frame and fork combination. Then, in the early months of 1984, two new models, the Haro Master - Bob Haro's vision for the next generation Freestyle bike - and the Haro Sport - The first dedicated vertical trick bike, stood front and center in a print advert titled "Trick or Street?" The Sport and Master set the tone,