Since the first downhill BMX went so well, I decided to do it again. Safe to say these were not the best conditions we could of picked for it, but as usual we had the sickest time and somehow got a sick video out of it! It's always worth pushing the boundries and sending it a little here and there! Happy to still be alive after this one haha! I hope you guys enjoy! I can't wait to show you what's to come! Remember to hit subscribe for loads more on the way! LFG!
Quite simply, This is my ramp! Iv put some serious hard work into the filming of this video. Sometimes fighting to get a trick for days on end. This video is dedicated to my Dad who is unfortunately no longer with us, I lost him recently and it has been the absolute hardest thing I have faced in my life and I struggle every day to push on but I know it’s what he would want me to do, I know he would want me to keep pushing myself to the absolute limit and that’s exactly what I shall do, I’m gonna keep pushing on and working hard for my passion of riding and for my family. Rip Dad this ones for you.
This video was put together from random clips that piled up on my phones over the past 6 years. The editing was done in iMovie on a iPhone 13 mini. Some of the riding clips have been on instagram already. It is a continuation of the phone edit “The Thrill Is Gone” that I put out 7 years ago.
On October 30th 2022, a historical BMX Flatland event took place in Saitama, Japan. Not only did the men's class benefit from an all expenses paid trip to Japan and have the highest purse in history for the second time at 10 million yen ( approx 68000 USD) for 1st place , but also women's class benefited from a large purse and an all expenses paid trip to Japan to compete. The women's class held 6 girls coming from 4 countries.
"As a core BMX shop, celebrating BMX day with a street jam was a no brainer and for this year we teamed up with an amazing partner (@etniesbike) for an evening to remember. With the help of Miki Fleck and all the BCN homies we put out a jam full of smiles and bangers!"
This video means so much to me. The video is a 4 year project documenting me riding my bike in my early 20’s. It’s such a shocking yet beautiful sight to see myself age in the process of creating this. I want to specially thank my wife Mikayla for filming 99% of this video.
Connect The Dots, now playing on sundaybikes.com. East Coast with the crew back in August around this year's Don of The Streets. Featuring Julian Arteaga, Broc Raiford, Aaron Ross, Brett Silva, Jake Seeley and more.