The latest from UNITED's resident Boyki, Darren Van Wyk (aka Darren Deez). Filmed over the last year by all the homies - in between trips and injuries - this one is fast paced and high energy throughout. Enjoy!
Balancing travelling to new places to ride with the classic sessions at home with the crew has always kept riding fresh for me, and I found that trying to get on as many trips as possible in between home and work started to get really addictive (in a good way!), so the name "Restless" seemed to fit!
When it comes to naming core BMX brands Bicycle Union should undoubtedly be amongst the top of anyone's list. With a rich history in BMX and some of the greats like Scott Malyon, Chris Doyle and Jerry Galley repping over the years you know that with Bicycle Union you get what you get, proper BMX parts from a proper BMX company.
Main man John Dye has been a well known name in UK BMX since he first got on one back in the early 80's, and he is still a highly respected member of the scene, not only being the head honcho of Bicycle Union, but running his own BMX shop 'VOLT BMX' since 2009 in London, a true rider owned rider run BMX shop.
"By just doing BMX, we can put all our heart into it." - John Dye
In recent times Bicycle Union have come out with some great media in the form of 'Zines and Podcasts, more commonly know as the Union Tapes. These both cover in depth history of all things BMX and get close and personal with the guys that were actually there in the Golden Era. The most recent one featuring none other than earlier mentioned legend Scott Malyon.
We’d like to welcome United’s newest bowl shredder, Jack Sunderland, if he’s not at work fixing bikes or in his nest playing guitar you can be sure Jack's out riding! Jack shreds just about anything and you can tell by the way he rides he loves it, and so do we.
Made for a splendid bycicle and fun promoter in 2015. We spent the weekend down the trails literally. We may have been slightly inebriated, the out come was this madness.Uploaded to my vimeo profile because it makes sense to have my full length edits on my vimeo page.