At age 12 Courage Adams started riding BMX, but by age 16 he'd turned pro, taken the BMX world by storm and made the most of his parents' bold move. Now, he returns to his roots in Nigeria, discovering new connections amongst a community of like-minded bike lovers.
The ultimate BMX breakdown (part 2)! From street to dirt, the legendary BMX, or Bicycle Motocross, has a long and rich history of the most creative riders constantly taking the sport above and beyond. Get to know the ways this sport has continued to develop and fan out in new ways thanks to so many pioneers.
BMX street is one of the most frequently evolving sports in the world. Fashions come and go as pro riders flit between the contest scene and their latest video release. In Nigeria, things are a bit different. As it is around the globe, riding bikes can be about breaking down walls and allowing an ever-growing group of riders to connect and feed off each other's inspirations and influences.
Flatland BMXer, Matthias Dandois spends his life traveling the world in search of the locations where no BMX ever ridden and inventing new tricks that no one ever tried. Last November 4th, the Frenchmen won his 7th title of BMX Flat World Champion. By far, the most titled athlete in his discipline!
Tim Knoll's incredible style of street riding has turned heads since he hit the consciousness of the BMX community at the start of this decade. The Milwaukee native has since gone on to develop his riding to new levels and has evolved a style that mixes up BMX street and Flatland skills with acrobatics and gymnastics moves.