As one year comes to a close, a new one begins, and we couldn’t be more hyped to have Felix Prangenberg officially part of the Eclat team heading into 2020. Now the newest member of a heavy-hitting team containing some of the most legendary and talented riders in BMX, Felix has found his rightful home.
Sure this video was filmed three months ago at our "Behind the Shield" book release jam, but we figured taking our sweet ass time to put it out was a'ight, since... you know, we took our sweet ass time putting out "Behind the Shield." Josh Stricker, Jason Ball, Mike Hoder, Mike Hucker, Moeller, Mike Stahl, Pedro Kikawa, Kareem and many more gettin' baaaaaaaad down at Sheep!
Odyssey and Sunday riders Tom Dugan, Broc Raiford, Justin Spriet, Gary Young, Jake Seeley and Alec Siemon headed to Woodward for a week of ripping ramps and plazas and chillin’ with rad campers and staff. The boys took full advantage of the world-class facilities camp has to offer and came back with five minutes of killer footage….
Your Favorite Rider's Favorite Rider... Mike Aitken is literally one of the most influential riders of all time. He helped shape the style of countless of today's top riders, and here's your chance to find out who helped shape his...
Donovan Allen and his trusty Cohort Curtis Cantwell are full-on BMX kooks. Not only are they great riders, but they are part of the next generation of East Coast movers and shakers, traveling, riding, filming, and connecting the dots from scene to scene with laughter and bike riding antics.
Marko Mrđenović, aka “Lord Leopold” and the Huscija Crew of Pula, Croatia recently released a new DVD "What The Deal". The video is stacked with cutty, crusty, Croatian street goodness. If you're a fan of no frills street riding, this is for you.
Looking for something a little different today? You're in luck with Raty Maty's full blast section from Bone Deth's 'Too Fast For Food' DVD. This is full of back brake boogies and a hell of a drop to close. Love this.
PAELLA - A Barcelona BMX trip - DIG 'Locals'. Our latest comes from Rotterdam's Marc Scherpenzeel, a talented filmmaker who knows that BMX goes well beyond the riding. "My name is Marc Scherpenzeel. I am 26 years old and currently living in Rotterdam, Holland.