For holiday 2015, Vans brings forth an updated assortment of Mountain Edition product to tackle the toughest weather in style, with an offering of Classics footwear and men’s outerwear that were designed for the elements. The upgraded footwear forms are constructed with Scotchgard®-treated uppers, warm linings and a heat retention layer between sockliner and outsole. In the forthcoming season, the Mountain Edition collection introduces the Sk8-Hi Del Pato MTE while presenting new color-ups of the Sk8-Hi MTE and an offering of apparel styles just in time for the cold weather months.
Winter is coming! The Vans MTE Collection drives innovation by utilizing weatherized materials and technologies to protect you from Mother Nature in any environment. From Scotchgard®-treated uppers on footwear to DWR-coated jackets, the proven MTE Collection will keep you warm and dry for everyday adventure that waits.
Can't go wrong with a full chromoly frame, forks and bars kit on the 2016 CK Signature bike over at Premium BMX. Chad Kerley approved so if you've got $1089.99 saved up and ride on point like Chad, look into this complete and have no more excuses. -CK 100% crmo frame with butted top and down tubes, heat treated tapered stays and dropouts, hour glass Mid BB shell, integrated head tube, integrated seat clamp and removable brake and cable mounts – 20.8" top tube
ABOUT THE DISNEY | VANS HOLIDAY COLLECTION: Disney and Vans come together once again with a magical collection featuring Disney characters from the iconic animated films Alice in Wonderland, 101 Dalmatians, and The Jungle Book. Sharing a rich heritage rooted in Southern California and creative expression, both Vans and Disney are dedicated to those who are young at heart and never stop following their dreams.
The 2016 HARO Midway basically has all you need. FAT HARO tires, padded Haro tri-pod seat, single cable brake, 25-9 gear and plastic HARO pedals. The short version comes with a 8.5" handlebar and the 21" edition has taller bars (8.75") as this model caters to the larger riders. The Midway comes in three colour combinations to make sure there's one you like.
Issue 20 already for BMX Rider magazine (Germany). The last one to the BMX print party is still going strong. Fresher than ever with a whole lot of BMX: Contents: -Paul’s Riverbed Trails (With Thoelen and Wedemeijer) -The Station Snowpark (With snow) -Countrybikes on Tour (With the banana) -Bielefeld city jam (With Benny Kopp) -Tour de Ruhr with the Ciao-Crew (With Bruno Hoffmann)
HARO Bikes have produced a new line of shirts in various styles for all ages. Even the kids have a choice between the Haro Patch shirt, the Stamped design and the Road Trippin' shirt. Lovers of the old school will remember the '86 Ramp Riders Club shirt and will dig the '86 HARO Jersey tribute raglan. The Original design comes in a T-shirt and Raglan version as well. Plenty to choose from so make sure to hit up your HARO Bikes dealer or visit the HARO Bikes online shop to order it directly
Print magazines are in rough shape. We've seen many of them disappear over the last two years. But not RIDEBMX. They're at issue 211 which is their Nov/Dec 2015 book. Jeff Z explains what's inside:
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Start Gary Young and Scotty Cranmer help get creative after dark in the Van Doren Invitational bowl, Drew Bezanson rides the biggest sub wall of all time, and Nathan Williams does what is quite possible the most manly half-cab ever done on a BMX bike.
Pro Q&A:Albert Mercado When you see Albert ride you’d never know he is blind in one eye.
Big shocker this morning to hear that BMX Plus! magazine is no more. We've got issues dating back to 1980 and have photos printed in our brain for years to come. BMX Plus! kept it real giving freestyle and race some love in every issue. Niek Kimmann got the cover of the last published mag and you should try to get it because it'll be a keeper. Here's the word from Ben Crockett, editor in chief at BMX Plus! for the last 15 years or so:
After almost sixteen years at BMX Plus! which is about to turn 37, I am very saddened to say that the magazine will be officially closing its doors. It has been an amazing ride for me, from growing up reading the mag, to being able to run it for a decade and a half. It has been an honor. Hats off to Hi-Torque Publications for supporting the magazine based on a pure love for the sport for so many years. I am bummed we couldn’t bring you at least one more issue, but I am proud of all the content we have been able