Never released BMX video part of Pat Freyne for Cult Crew that was shot and cut during 2018-2020.
You know when Kilian Roth puts out a new piece it's going to go hard, and this DIG X CULT one is no exception. One of the best to ever do it. That ender is mahooosive!
It’s been a decade since Vans and CULT linked up for the first time, and in celebration of all the clips, collaborations, road trips, riding, sneakers and shirts since then, the two have come together for a sixth collection that’s dubbed “Never Fade” and centered around new takes on the Old Skool BMX and Slip-On BMX, both equipped with Vans’ Wafflecup BMX construction. The Old Skool BMX supplies a monochromatic upper constructed of sturdy black suede and embellished with a special branded tongue tag. The Slip-On BMX features tonal, patterned CULT iconography and a two-tone build that uses both black suede and light canvas. Text graphics appear on the midsole of the Old Skool BMX and the insoles of the Slip-On BMX, the latter of which also repurposes the aforementioned CULT pattern for even more detail. Both round their look off with debossed CULT branding on the heel.
Two of the world’s most iconic BMX brands have teamed up yet again to release the Vans x CULT collection, a head-to-toe offering of apparel and footwear that reflects storied histories, Southern California roots, and a shared roster of BMX riders, including freestyle powerhouse and 2021 Olympic hopeful Angie Marino. The collection leads with the Versa Hoodie in orange, featuring water-repellant STORM COTTON technology and printed CULT Checkerboard art down both sleeves. For Angie, the Versa is more than just another comfy staple in her collection of Vans x CULT collaborations: “I love that it has a Velcro pocket for your phone so when you’re riding or being active it won’t bounce out,” she said, adding that she always looks forward to what the two brands will create together.
Vans and Cult have joined forces once again on the Old Skool Pro BMX, inspired by both brands’ storied histories in BMX. Part of a new head-to-toe Vans x CULT collection, the Old Skool Pro BMX brings together CULT’s iconic graphic details and styling with one of Vans’ most classic silhouettes. Designed to perform at the level of shared team riders like Dakota Roche, Sean Richany, and Angie Marino, the shoe features Vans’ revolutionary WAFFLECUP BMX, a first-of-its-kind technology in BMX that delivers the best combination of support and durability without sacrificing pedal feel. Specifically designed and tested by and for BMXers, WAFFLECUP BMX features a herringbone underlayer that adds a second life beneath Vans’ classic gum rubber compound with a more rigid flex pattern, all reinforced like a tank.
BMX Mikey Tyra 2020 Cult edit bytiM Production
We've been selling Cult products from the day they became available, and believe and trust in the brand. This marks our 4th collaborative frame with Cult, a devotion to an idea, movement, or collection of work. This is BMX, enjoy Steven Mack, Israel Green and Josh Alderete ride. Frames and other collaborative goods are available on the Kings Rideshop website and in store.
BMX SEAN RICANY 2019 CULT
Name: Mike Garcia
Hometown: Fresno, Ca
Hook-ups/Sponsors: Cult, animal, Herb bauer bike shop, Don’t waste the tape
The favorite list:
-Spot to ride: Anything with a rail
-BMX video: Deadline
Vans and CULT, two BMX industry leaders, reunite for a fourth time this October to create a footwear and apparel capsule designed to showcase the creative lifestyle behind BMX. Available now, the Vans and CULT collaboration delivers new renditions of Vans core staples to commemorate a longtime partnership between two like-minded BMX brands. Highlighting the Sk8-Hi Pro, Vans and CULT bring a subtle design aesthetic to the Pro Classic silhouette that’s been upgraded to withstand the maximum performance needs of today’s most talented BMXers. The Vans and CULT Sk8-Hi Pro features embroidered heel details, hand drawn graphic motifs on the outsole and