We kind of cut filming short on this one, but I think Matt made his point. Even as a full-time husband, father of two, and local pastor he can still "Keep it Street." A lot of fun filming this one. Enjoy.
All killer, no filler in this fresh one from Wethepeople's Canadian fam, Nick Halisheff. Nick has a heap of strings to his bow, and he makes it look damn good while doing it. Look out for something extra special from this guy soon. More 180 x-ups please!
Today, etnies proudly welcomes X Games Real BMX medalist DeMarcus Paul to the pro team! Joining the ranks of Nathan Williams, Tom Dugan, Chase Hawk, Jordan Godwin, Devon Smillie and Felix Prangenberg, DeMarcus will fit right in with the etnies’ squad.
Originally from Albany, Georgia, DeMarcus’ natural street style speaks for itself as he is known to lay down hammers with a casual approach and humble demeanor. In addition to his 2017 medal in X Games Real BMX, DeMarcus landed the coveted ender of the 2015 Volume 1 BMX film and the 2018 Our BMX “Headlights” video.
Unsung BMX DVD. Unsung.adg Not celebrated; unknown. This was the first official BMX DVD I released at the end of 2007. Unsung sold over 1000 copies worldwide and was stocked in all core bike shops. 26 stockists to be precise as well as successful sales on ebay.
We dusted off the archives and put together this mix of "Lost & Found" Garrett Reynolds footage. When you've been ahead of the game as long as Garrett, your footage holds its value, being just as relevant today as it was back in 2010 - 2012. Some of the very first Cinema team trips through SoCal, Phoenix and Tulsa, filmed and edited by Will Stroud.
Name: Steve Brothers Hometown: Eagle Point, Oregon currently, and Hutchinson, Kansas as a kid who raced. Started riding BMX in: Sanctioned BMX racing? 1980... the shot of me on the PK is my first race. I got 2nd. Of course like most 70's kids, we were doing little "moto" style upgrades on our stingrays and stingray clones and making jumps and doing our thing... this seems to be fairly universal for BMXers of my demographic. But again, as far as racing in a sanctioned context, I was an ABA racer... had a PK Ripper in the beginning, but moved on to a GT afterward. I only raced for a few years, I sometimes reflect on the fact that I've been deep in this old school BMX scene for far more years as an adult, than I
Shop name: Kegel's Bicycle Store Location: Rockford, IL. USA Years in business: I have records that start in 1927 so that is what I go by, but we are also related to the world's oldest Harley Davidson dealership and they are over 100 years old. I have owned it since 1997.
What were your first thoughts on Covid-19 when it hit? Robb Sinks: The first three weeks of C19 we were very slow, then the weather warmed up and it was unbelievably busy.
Did you take any action from the start or were you thinking this would be over in a few weeks? Robb Sinks: I watched the news and and it was a moving target, so we just rolled with the punches.
Now, being in this situation for many months, how did you manage to keep your business rolling? Robb Sinks: I am constantly on the phone and computer checking back orders, looking for parts/bikes securing as much product as possible for this season. It is going to be a hard year product wise, so I am being as proactive now as possible.
The supply chain has also suffered. Has it been a challenge getting the bikes/product in stock