The pros have voted and here's your top five nominees for NORA Video Part Of The Year. Congrats to Anthony Perrin (FTS), Bruno Hoffman (FTS), Courage Adams (Vans), Jordan Hango (Real BMX), and Ty Morrow (Shimmer). Who's your pick?
Another excellent Metal Pegs Jam went down in London 24 & 25th August, venturing through the dystopian estates of London; a jam not to be repeated, as the estates are set for demolition and redevelopment. "No prizes, no celebrities, just people riding and having fun."
Inspired by decorated BMX rider Ty Morrow, the shoe that originally introduced the now-synonymous Sidestripe to Vans back in 1977 gets a toe-cap update and BMX-specific refresh. The new Old Skool Pro BMX, designed specifically for BMX riders, celebrates pioneering freestyle rider Ty Morrow and his dedication to innovation as a Vans athlete since 2007. “The opportunity to have a signature shoe colorway through Vans has been something I’ve dreamt of since the day I got on Vans,” said Morrow, on the occasion.
The ubiquitous Vans silhouette is as eye-catching as Ty's style in a bold red and gum, and equally rooted in innovation thanks to Vans’ revolutionary Wafflecup BMX technology—delivering the support of a cupsole with the grip and pedal feel of a traditional vulcanized shoe.
Don’t let the title fool you – the video is not chill. Travis may be just about the chillest dude there is, but put him on a bike and he becomes a determined, fearless, and practically unstoppable maniac who’s sole focus is pushing his riding to the next level. Filming for more than three years, Travis got to be as picky as he wanted with this one, and the time and work he put in shows.