Dane Beardsley - that and this 2019. Dane Beardsley doing his thing in 2019. Mostly filmed in Athens, Georgia Shout out to DK Bicycles, System Cycle Supply, DUO Brand, Alienation BMX, Division BMX, and ASA Entertainment
GT Real Steel Pegs featuring Mad Mike Guth Body: Ø34mm x 110mm Street Buttel Steel Length: 110mm Weight: 6.6oz./each Color: Black, Silver Five anti-roll pin positions Laser-etched GT logos for the finishing touches.
We had a bunch of Subrosa team riders in town for Sparkys Jam, and around the same time we got a bunch of Subrosa Street Rails in stock at the warehouse. So we got Simone Barraco, Joris Coulomb, Matt Ray, Trey Jones, Mark Burnett, Bjarki Hardarson, Jiri Blabol, Miguel Smajli, Jabe Jones and Lewis Colascione and caught an afternoon session on each of the Subrosa Street Rail kits to show you some awesome riding, and what the Subrosa Street Rail and all the kits can do.
Results USA BMX Race of Champions - Tulsa, Oklahoma - 29 November 2019 Elite Men: 1 24 SHARRAH Corben USA 60 points 2 11 FIELDS Connor USA 45 points 3 4 RENCUREL Jérémy FRA 40 4 974 MAYET Romain FRA 35 5 259 SMITH Jeremy USA 30 6 64 LONG Nicholas USA 25 7 100 MAHIEU Romain FRA 20 8 34 TESAR Cole USA 15 9 46 GUSTAFSON Kenneth USA 10 38 MATSUSHITA Tatsumi JPN 11 94 KENNEDY Izaac AUS 12 63 VANKAMMEN Zachary USA 13 593 CAMPO Alfredo ECU 14 19 POSEY Justin USA 15 194 VILLEGAS Federico ARG 16 380 DE SOUZA FILHO Anderson Ezequiel BRA
Utah's Kurt Perkins has been running hot for Verde Bikes since early 2019. The dude has style for days and goes insanely high on all terrains. Balancing time between a full-time gig as a machinist and a globe-trotting BMX rider, Kurt put this edit together with various worldwide homies behind the camera during his travels this year. Filmed in Utah, California, New Zealand, the UK and points in between.
MX Beat was a popular BMX Freestyle TV show broadcast on the UK's main commercial channel, ITV between 1983 1987 on Saturday mornings. Hosted by Andy Ruffell and various co-hosts including Gaz Top (Gareth Jones), Alistair Pirrie and Ron Stebbene. Featuring UK Stars Neil Ruffell RIP, Craig Campbell, Carlo Griggs, Lee Reynolds and many more. It was one of the most popular shows on UK TV. Filmed in Carlisle at Border TVs Car Park (mostly), The 3-in-1 BMX Beat TV Championship was the first sponsored BMX Beat series and was the 2nd highest rated in terms of viewers behind The Tizer Sponsored World BMX Beat a year later featuring the amazing Mat Hoffman.
This was the most controversial World Pro BMX Champs ever because 98% of the UK Pro's boycotted the whole championship! Why? Well at the time the UK Pro's were represented by the PBA (Professional BMX Association). They felt that misconduct by Gary Llewellyn breached all kinds of ethical and professional standards during the 1986 season that lead up to this World BMX Championship in 1986 - even now this is a controversial subject, we will leave it to the UK Pro's involved to comment on whether it was a good idea - but here's what happened anyway.