The 78 Plastic Peg is an all-around peg perfectly suited for the first time grinder as well as the veteran rail boss. Whether it's a unwaxed brick ledge or the rusty coping of a backyard ramp, the 78 plastic peg will have you gliding through every grind in sight.
The first thing Subrosa rider Jabe Jones did when he graduated High School was hit the road to Europe! He stopped off in Iceland to hang out with and pick up his homie Bjarki Hardarson. They shredded the streets of Iceland for a few days and headed for Barcelona. The goal of the trip was simple. Have fun, ride bikes, and just be down for whatever!
BMX flatland is one of the earliest and most pure disciplines of BMX. Almost every BMX rider has done some type of flatland trick in their driveway, skatepark, or nearby parking lot. All you need is your bike, and a decent spot. When it comes to flatland scene in the United States, one name sticks out more than any other. Terry Adams has risen to the top of the flatland game and has some major corporate sponsors and contest placings to prove it. Terry isn't just a rider, he's an ambassador for the sport he loves. Terry worked his way from amateur up and comer to the two time NORA Cup winner, to X Games gold medalist, and much more. Terry has performed in front of millions of fans worldwide and has traveled the globe doing what he loves. Making a living as a flatland rider is a rarity to say the least. Terry has continued to stay relevant and has figured out a way to keep his career going at age 35.
Sometimes certain trips just mesh perfectly and this Lost In Porto adventure was just that. Riding bikes around a city is a whole lot of fun and when you're with the right people it's straight up hilarious. Watch Fernando Laczko, Jakub Juza, youngest flexer of the century Jiri Blabol, a rather swollen ankled Jordan Godwin, and filmer Tomas Carda do their thing in one of the hilliest cities we've encountered.