Note: Mic was acting up. No audio until 1:43.Last week was the X Games in Minneapolis, Minnesota and some of the best BMX riders in the world were there to throw down on the street course, bowl, mega ramp, vert ramp and dirt jumps. Unfortunately unless you have special clearance, all you can film is practice. Here's a mix of raw clips from a little street and skatepark practice. Check out riding from Garrett Reynolds, Chad Kerley, Ty Morrow, Devon Smillie, Broc Raiford, Sean Ricany, Dakota Roche, Simone Barraco, Dan Lacey, Colin Varanyak, Nathan Williams, Dennis Enarson, Gary Young, Larry Edgar, Logan Martin, Kyle Baldock, Kevin Peraza, Daniel Dhers and Pat Casey.
If you're from Europe, your first trip to the states is like a right of passage. On of the most exciting experiences you will encounter, all exaggerated by the endless amount of movies and riding videos that we sit in front of at a young age. For United's Sebastian Anton and Tom Deville's first trip to the west coast it was much more than your average school trip - when you're team mates with Nathan Williams and he's filming his X Games Real BMX section you know it's going to be push you to get the best clips you can. Sebastian and Tom don't disappoint in this with an onslaught of new age manoeuvres.
The new KFRE socks - Yoni Cadenas. Ya esta disponible el nuevo video para KFRE, y con el os presentamos unas de las novedades de la marca con una buena gama de calcetines. El video fue grabado en las calles de Sevilla y Malaga, espero que os gusten!
Originally, this video was supposed to be part of the Parra Locals Mixtape 5 which we'd all been working on for two years or so. However, everyone being equally busy with work and uni stuff, filming for that video began slowing down. Dyfan and I were lucky enough to ride heaps despite all the busy shit and after about a year or two of filming together, his section was the first one finished. I felt bad sitting on this footage because Dyfan shreds the hell out of the few places he rides in this and I felt it was time to show everyone what he's capable of. He's an all-round badass and everyone in the crew feeds off his timeless riding style, his humour and his uncanny ability to do almost whatever he really wants to do on his bike. Hope you all enjoy what Dyfan produced. I'm incredibly stoked with the outcome.
Garrett is one of those guys who we at DIG have long considered to be a true BMX legend and someone whose inspiration continues to operate at a different level than what is perceived as the norm. In fact, riders like Garrett and his ilk are the motivational backbone of our near 25 year existence as a BMX media outlet. This film is simply our way of showing respect for that inspiration and continued motivation.