Just saw this Thankful feature up on the X Games site with our own Chris Doyle and had to share.
“I’m thankful that I’m still healthy and motivated enough to go out and ride. I’m thankful to be 34 and still have a career in the topsy-turvy world of BMX, and I’m thankful for my sponsors that continue to support me regardless of the ever-changing trends in BMX. Most importantly, I’m thankful to have a wife that still supports and encourages a grown man to continue living out his childhood dreams on a BMX bike,” – Doyle.
Drew Hosselton’s RIDEbmx Pro Part is now live and might be the rawest street edit you’ll see all year. Drew’s creative eye has him riding things nobody else sees. This is street!
As soon as we pulled up to the Alex Rd park and got the bikes out, these group of skaters were pretty slack-jawed about their distain for BMX and their feelings towards bikers. Then when Dennis almost beat one of them in a game of skate and started doing giant whips out of the qauarter the tone changed and the kids that once were haters were actually stoked on BMX. Dennis opening minds simultaneously in Oceanside, Ca. Photo by J.Cobbs. Click image to go big!
Tyler walks you through his all new Paradise line (stem, seat and bar) and got a few new clips in the mix too. Filmed & Edited by Mike Mastroni
Specs and links for more info:
Top Load Stems: Length: 50mm/ Rise: 35mm
Pivotal/ Tripod Seats
Bars: Heights: 8.75″ and 9.5″/ Width: 28.5″/ Backsweep: 11º/ Upsweep: 1º
Man, we love getting new products in stock! Especially ones we are very excited to get out there to you guys. Tyler has been testing and putting his Paradise line of bars, seats and stems through the ringer all year and put them through the ultimate test of big drops, spills and ghost rides with no issues.
Also check out his interview HERE about what Tyler looked for when designing his Paradise line.
You can check out all the specs and more photos on each Paradise product here>> Stem / Seat/ Bar
Tyler got to visit Barcelona on Red Bull’s dime awhile ago, and as most that go over there he had the time of a lifetime. He slayed some amazing spots in this too. Video by Matty Lambert.
That’s right, this contest could be the most fun you’ve had all year on Instagram! Dress up, grow a beard, get a mullet and look like Hucker to the best you can. Post a video or photo on Instagram or Facebook and we’ll pick our favorite 3 with the best looking Hucker impersonation. You might ask, “what does a Hucker look consist of?” He’s had different looks over the years but his mullet and mustache wins, hands down. His new look of a red beard and Oakley Razors in a Hawaiian shirt is gold too. Our top 3 picks get a Hucker seat and matching Hucker shirt (colors and sizes may vary) of their choice.
Rules: *This doesn’t have to be a riding shot, could be just a simple mug shot. Must tag #huckercontest. Must follow @demolitionparts and @mikehucker. Contest starts now till Dec 2nd.
We all love to hear overseas trip stories and how they get prepared for and how their home compared to where they traveled to. When our Australian rider, Jacman Hinss was preparing his US trip from Australia, him and his 2 friends decided to get an RV and wing their trip by traveling all over and not going by any set schedule or rules. Their trip looked epic and what you’d expect from 19 year olds that are living out their bucket list. We sat down with Jacman about some of the highlights and details about his trip. Maybe this will help with your next trip too? We also caught up with him a few days before he left to go back home at a couple parks to make a cool gallery. Needless to say, he killed both parks. Check out more to read/ see it all.
What could get you even more stoked on a Friday night other than a Dennis Enarson t-bog off a rock wallpaper! Click image to go big and check out his full RIG line (tires, cranks and bars) of parts here>> Photo by J.Cobbs.
Boyd Hilder and his buddy Alex Hiam spent some time in San Francisco during their US Summer trip and came up with this amazing edit. So much good stuff from both of them, showcasing how well rounded and insanely talented they are. Click play and enjoy this one! Filmed and edited by David Pendleton.
Tyler Fernengel is no stranger to doing big moves and we all know when you do some big moves, you need parts that you 100% endorse to feel safe in doing those same said big moves. We got with Tyler last year about doing a few parts and later developed into his own line, the Paradise line. Tyler put his own spin and style into the products and we couldn’t be any more stoked on the outcome or working on more with him in the future. Read more to see what Tyler had to say about the project from start to finish and then some…
This is a good watch from Vital of our boys, Cordova and Enarson going head to head for their Game Of Bike at Woodward West.
“Demolition teammates and bicycle geniuses Matt Cordova and Dennis Enarson bring out the best in each other in one of the best matches of the whole contest.” – Vital
You don’t wanna miss the latest episode of Red Bul’s Raditudes with our man, Hucker breaking the record for fastest hang five. So nuts!! Check it our here>>
This is too good to miss. If you haven’t watch it yet, watch now. And if you have watched it already, watch again. It’ll get you stoked every time, guaranteed!
“Mike Gray WENT IN on this full section for his parts sponsor Demolition. For over a year Mike stacked clips with SoCal lensman Doeby Huynh around the school yards and city streets of San Diego, and even snagged some footy while on a trip to Rochester, NY. This video coincides with Mike’s upcoming Interview “Mind the Gap” in issue 211 of RideBMX Magazine. From lengthy technical lines to handrail destruction, mike handles business, but where he really shines is in his selection of roof setups, and the tricks he pairs them with. Mike is fucking unreal and I think it’s safe to say that this video puts him on the map as one of the very top dudes in the street game right now, and he’s not slowing down any time some, I promise you that.” – RIDEbmx
New Christian Rigal wallpaper taken while filming for his latest Demolition 2015 video. Backwards grind to over the L rail never looked so clean! Check out the clip from his video here>> Photo by J.Cobbs.
What’s scarier than riding full speed at some hefty jumps in the middle of the night with only a couple lights, camera flashes popping off, and a damn fog machine on top of all that? Matt Cordova knows scary, and got this photo done against all the odds. Our staff photographer, Joey Cobbs came up with the night time/ fog machine idea with Halloween not even in mind but since they work perfect just a few days before Halloween, we just couldn’t resist. Check after the jump for the full gallery as well as a bike check on Matt’s latest bike.
Lil late on this one but if you still haven’t seen it, this will be a good reminder. This is the behind the scenes of the Red Bull Bicycle Motocross remake of the film BMX Bandits with our own Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark. Be sure to watch the whole video here>>
“Our man, Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark is in quite possibly the best bmx movie you’ll watch all year. Every year a Red Bull athlete gets to pick their dream scenario (setup or movie type) on what they would want to see come to life. Corey Bohan chose to do a remake of the legendary bmx film, BMX Bandits. The last scene with Hucker definitely made me laugh, just cause… it’s classic Hucker.”
Biz always comes through with solid parts and this one is definitely no different. Wide variety of stuff, which I always like to watch in a part too. That opener… I’ll leave it to Calvin and RIDE to finish the writeup >>
“Filming with Biz for this project was pretty relaxed I’m basically living on his couch so we could get up and ride any day of the week as long as the spot was weekday friendly. No injuries just good old fashioned clips for this part which was a nice change for what we do on a daily basis. I guess we filmed for like 6 months, I was in Australia for a month in between the filming process so there was a little break as for that it was pretty consistent film days. For those who don’t know, Biz is older than most Pro’s still riding at this high level so it was impressive to see and film these clips with him. It is with much honor to put this together for the world to see, many years ahead with Biz in our industry I’m sure of it. This is what a Pro Bmx rider looks like, don’t forget it.” – Calvin Kosovich
A classic day with Chris Doyle all around Pittsburgh, where he hits all his usual spots. Looks like some of the best spots around. Take a watch! p.s. Yes, ESPN needs a new player!
“Spend a day with X Games Austin 2015 BMX Dirt bronze medalist Chris Doyle as he gets in a well-rounded day of riding in and around his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.”
Our man, Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark is in quite possibly the best bmx movie you’ll watch all year. Every year a Red Bull athlete gets to pick their dream scenario (setup or movie type) on what they would want to see come to life. Corey Bohan chose to do a remake of the legendary bmx film, BMX Bandits. The last scene with Hucker definitely made me laugh, just cause… it’s classic Hucker.
“The brainchild of Corey Bohan, Bicycle Motocross comes after a lifetime of religious viewing of the original film which saw Nicole Kidman grace the silverscreen for the first time, two years of planning and a hectic two weeks of filming across Sydney to create something that truly paid tribute to the original, with Corey’s unique twist.”
This year Christian has been working on multiple projects at the same time, and when he came to us with the idea of doing a new Demolition edit also, we were a lil hesitant if he could pull it off or not. When we finally saw the end result, we just about sh*t our pants. The man is a machine on and off his bike. How he came through with such a banger edit is beyond us. For him to get this done and have it this heavy is insane. If you like insane/ original grinds moves and more, you’ll love this one!
RIDE UK and Robin Pearson just put up a cool story about some of the trails trips he took over the year and has a good one with our man, Dennis Enarson. Dennis also writes about the shoot and the days events. Check it all out here>>
“I asked the riders to reflect on these memories, tell you about the trails themselves and share the story behind getting the shot.” – Robin Pearson
Raditudes first episode back featuring the behind the scenes of the insane Silverdome video from Tyler Fernengel with that insane last step-down truck crash.
“» CLICK to watch Tyler’s FULL Silverdome session.
Raditudes is back in 2015 for a second season! BMX pro Tyler Fernengel and crew face dangerous challenges during the filming for his viral video at the abandoned Silverdome stadium in Pontiac, Michigan.”
For all those that are over 30 might remember BMX Bandits as a kid, but if you didn’t you’ll get your chance to see the Red Bull remake with Corey Bohan and Hucker at the helm shortly. I actually got stoked to see this trailer for it too. Drops Oct 27th, get ready!
“Corey ‘Bowie’ Bohan, Leanna Curtis and Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark bring new school flavour to an 80s cult classic in Bicycle Motocross. With more thrills, spills and antics than your regular BMX edit look out for the full clip, premiering exclusively HERE, October 27 2015.”
Aaron Nardi made it out to the G-Shock Real Toughness event in Tokyo last week and got it in Vice Sports of all places. Check out what he had to say about the event and also this rad photo of Tyler getting a foot jam to fakie on the judging tower here>>
“Last weekend in Tokyo, watchmaker G-Shock held Japan’s biggest action sports competition of the year, the 31st annual Real Toughness event. Forty of the world’s top BMX riders, skateboarders, and break-dancers—all of them younger than 25 years old—competed on teams representing their home countries: Japan, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, South Korea, and the U.S. G-Shock also brought in some of Japan’s most popular DJs, musicians, and artists to create a free-to-the-public showcase of action sports and street performances.” – Vice Sports
Always love getting team update emails from the guys. Cool to see what they’re up to and what they’re currently working on too. Got a good one from Doyle earlier today, and with photos too! Click more for the photo gallery.
“Little update for ya! Greetings from Bean Town! I’ve spent the last week in the New England region enjoying the crispy fall weather and gathering footage for Kink Bikes’ up coming video project, “Intervention” – I’m happy with how my part is shaping up so far! A big THANK YOU to Dan Coller and Jake Petruchik for being fun and motivating to film with. Thanks to Lee Hopkins for showing us around Boston and shooting pics. Lastly, thanks to my Demolition teammate, Aaron Smith and The Fresh Press for being gracious hosts! “Intervention” will be released early 2016!” – Chris Doyle. All pics were taken by Lee Hopkins (@leehopkins_)
Just realized that we now have enough photos from the Shred The Rez contest last weekend from Pala skatepark for a cool gallery. Our guys in attendance, Jason Enns, Matt Cordova, Kris Fox and Australian rider, Jacman Hinss all rode and got some photos of from the day. Some were taken from Shad over at Snake Bite courtesy of Nathan Sykes too. I’ve never been out to Pala, CA but knew I was close when an Indian kid without a helmet and shirt was doing a wheelie on the sidewalk as I was turning onto the main drag. Guess anything goes out there on the indian reservation? Thanks for putting on a great and fun contest Keith Treanor and Dave Brumlow, BMX needs more of this! Check out more to view what was captured that day.
For those that don’t know, Dennis is a badass! That gets said a lot but he genuinely loves to ride his bike, has fun, and is a good dude too. He’s also a killer on his bike and needs parts he can trust in. His Rig line of parts is the backbone of his bike and are items he believes in and endorses 100%. From his Markit seats (Markit is our collab project with his brand) to his cranks, he needs parts he can trust and not worry about failing. You can check out his interview we did a couple years back on what he has to say about what goes into each Rig part HERE. The action shot in the ad is of Dennis doing a ledge ride to oppo 180 and oppo bars. Click image to go big! Photo by J.Cobbs.
Right when you thought you’ve seen it all from Pat, he does a video like this one. We’re so stoked to have Pat reppin Demolition since day one too. Get ready to say “holy shit” multiple times…
Tyler Fernengel’s Paradise line drops the end of this month; that includes his Pivotal/ Tripod seats, top load stems, and 8.75″ and 9.25″ bars. Tyler is already working hard with Mastroni on a promo video, as well as a photo gallery with Cobbs for the line. Gonna be an epic month once all this drops. We’re excited to say the least! Each of Tyler’s part specs just went online today too, check em out here>> STEM / BAR / SEAT.
Right after our Colorado camping trip Matt Cordova and Kris Fox headed straight back up to get Matt’s motorcycle registered (long story) and film/ ride some new parks that we didn’t hit on our trip. As always, the two had a good time and Kris came back with a story of his adventures up there, and his thoughts on life, and bmx in general. It’s a good read from the eyes of Kris, check it out HERE>>
“At times, I think the general consensus is that “things come easy” for us riders. The amazing content produced by amazing riders gets devalued, to some extent, to a percentage of the average online viewer. Of course, I can only speak off of personal experience and by no means is this a negative comment towards anyone or any industry. In fact, this comment is not aimed directly at the BMX world alone. I feel that general modern society is very much ‘online’ and ‘technology’ based. Everywhere we go, we are plugged into this cyber world instantaneously with the phones connected at our hips, the family computers in the room over, the iPads and laptops that sleep on the night stand next to one’s bed all night, and so on.” – Kris Fox
Our Australian distributor, BMX Militia recently took notice of young Lewis (17 yrs old), and mentioned him to us as a potential rider for Demolition. Needless to say we were 100% into the idea and was floored on how good he is. Lewis and friend/ filmer, Chris Whyte whipped this video up for his welcome edit and came back with some heavy bangers for it too. You’ll definitely be seeing a lot more from Lewis in the near future, stay tuned…
For all those that missed being at Nora Cup this year, wait no further. RIDEbmx just dropped the video and it was like I was there all over again. Watch Dave F-N Mirra give the Best Ramp Rider award off to our own Dennis Enarson. This is rad, watch now.
We just recently got in our 2016 Poster/ Catalog with all our new parts on the backside. Click here to view the backside with all our new parts. The front is of our man, Tyler Fernengel doing a massive gap to nose manual down the backside of a shed. Click image to go big, then click here to buy the poster for a whopping $.01 to hang in your room.
53 Seconds of Dennis going bananas. While you’re at it, you might as well buy his new Markit Jeans here>>
Shred The Rez contest at the Pala skatepark in Pala CA is coming up Oct 10th. There’s gonna be a pro purse and all at this one, so you know there’s gonna be some insane riding going down. Big portion of the Demolition team will also be in attendance/ riding. Mark your calendars! More info and registration is up at theboardr.com/bmx. Photo of Matt Cordova by Nathan Sykes
Biz just sent over this cool photo of him doing a hop over grind with a quick lil’ update on what he’s been up to. Hit photo to go BIG >>
“What’s up guys, just about done wrapping up a part for RideBmx mag that I have been working on this summer with Calvin Kosovich. Pretty happy with how it’s coming along and should be out in a couple weeks or so. Here is a shot of a over grind from a line for the upcoming vid. Thanks guys!”
Even though we’ve been slacking on getting this Connor Lodes bike check up since our Colorado Camping Trip, he’s still on the same bike and it’s still holding strong. Check out what Connor rides below and while you’re at it re-watch his Axes Seat video to see Connor and this same bike kill it!
When Mike first came to us about doing a video with good friend/ filmer Doeby a year ago, we didn’t think too much about it and actually forgot about it over time. What we didn’t realize is that he was dropping major hammers every time they went out. This is the final masterpiece they put together over that year. Funny to think that just a few years ago, this would be in a DVD. And most likely an ender part too. Click that play button!
Mike Gray WENT IN on this full section for his parts sponsor Demolition. For over a year Mike stacked clips with SoCal lensman Doeby Huynh around the school yards and city streets of San Diego, and even snagged some footy while on a trip to Rochester, NY. This video coincides with Mike’s upcoming Interview “Mind the Gap” in issue 211 of RideBMX Magazine. From lengthy technical lines to handrail destruction, mike handles business, but where he really shines is in his selection of roof setups, and the tricks he pairs them with. Mike is fucking unreal and I think it’s safe to say that this video puts him on the map as one of the very top dudes in the street game right now, and he’s not slowing down any time some, I promise you that. – RIDEbmx
If you missed some of the product videos from Interbike 2015, don’t be too bummed. This post is a recap of all our new goods we’re excited about, and wanted to show off in their true form without the ‘Sin City’ distractions.
The Tyler Fernengel Paradise line is one line we’re very proud of. The Tripod/ Pivotal seats, top load stems (50mm long/ 35mm high), and bars (8.75 & 9″ tall) all came out amazing and in true ‘Tyler form’ they went right to the test. We have a quick summary on each new item after the jump here >>
Congrats to our man Dennis Enarson for taking home a RIDE bmx Nora Cup for Ramp Rider Of The Year! Couldn’t be any more stoked. And was given by the man himself, Dave Mirra! Hell yes!! Photo by RIDE.
“So awesome to be able to bring out legends to award the next generation of legends. Serious thank you to Dave Mirra for presenting and to Crandell for hosting this year. And, of course, congrats to Dennis for winning the Ramp Rider Of The Year!” – RIDE
Vital, RIDE and BMX Union all made their rounds at Interbike and put up their photos and videos of all our new goods; including the new Tyler Fernengel’s Paradise line (out this Oct), Kris Fox’s Fox Fork, Rob Wise’s Monarch fork, Markit barends, as well as our new camo colorway for our stems and a few other items. Check out more here.
We’ve been hard at work all year getting together a slew of new product to debut at this years Interbike and finally get to show it off to you guys. This year, we’re bringing out the following new goods that we’re stoked on showing off and talking about; Tyler Fernengel’s new parts series, called Paradise. Those items will be his bar, top load stem and seats. We’ll also be showing off our new Kris Fox ‘ Fox Fork’ that we’ve been working/ testing for most of this year. For Dennis Enarson, we’re releasing a new top load Rig stem to his vast collection of products, we’ll also be coming out with Markit barends for Dennis and the rest of the crew. Rob Wise’s Elite fork got the beef and is now called Monarch, it features beefed up legs and casted dropouts. Other lil items/ colors are our new camo colorway and polished Zero rims that came out really nice. Click image to see bigger. More specs/ details will be up shortly…
We’ll be gone this week but if you want updates from Interbike this year, go to our Instagram page and we’ll be updating that daily from the show. Plus we’ll be giving you sneak peeks of new products and the usual nonsense we get ourselves into at the show.
Just saw Vital has up their 10 Best Front Brake Riders Of All Time and had up our own legend, Dave Osato as one of their picks. Honestly, what front brake list wouldn’t have Dave Osato! Check out his last Last Chance part to go down memory lane of what Dave does best.
“You do not want to fight Dave Osato. Not that he was known for instigating a brawl, but to put it in perspective, he ripped a pair of jeans off of Andrew Ferris in one swipe. That kind of Canadian super-human strength became his style on a bike. He could absolutely man-handle tailwhip to nosepicks, 540 Canadian nosepicks, and hop 3 whips over 10 years ago. Along with that strength, he also had an incredible amount of finesse and accuracy that let him lace his banger in the 2011 Demolition video, Last Chance.” – Vital BMX
That’s right, it’s that time of the year again to where we get to show off all our new 2016 products, and get be proper salesmen to all our dealers in person. If any of you shop guys are going, please look us up at booth #4166, and we’ll gladly run you through everything and then some. Be sure to ask for our goody bag too, this year we got some good stuff to giveaway. See you soon Sin City!
Kris Fox and Matt Cordova took a trip back to CO (right after our own CO trip) to ride some new parks a few weeks ago and just recently came back. Matt took a couple darkside shots of Kris while Kris was working on a new Demolition edit. Stay tuned for more info on the edit soon… Check out the long lens shot of the same trick after the jump.
The Nike bmx dream team pulled off one of the heaviest online videos this year. Dennis’ clips in here are absolutely nuts! The whole thing is epic! Props to everyone involved on this edit. Video by Ryan Navazio
“Garrett Reynolds, Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Alex Kennedy and Simone Barraco in the streets of Spain.”
As we said in a previous post, The new Nike in Spain video with our own Dennis Enarson is going down this Sunday and it’s going to be aired on network tv for all us to see. That’s a win win for us and BMX. Details below.
Nike BMX video premieres this Sunday on ABC’s “World of X Games” at 4pm ET / 2pm PT. With Chad Kerley, Garrett Reynolds,Dennis Enarson, Simone Barraco, and Alex Kennedy. Be sure to tune in!
A little delayed and highly demanded, but finally here nonetheless. We just got the Momentum tires in stock in the all new grey top w/black side walls that we’ve been hyping for a while. The black walls on these things really make the grey look clean, and these aren’t painted grey like other colors out there. They’re a full on grey top. Hit up your favorite Demolition dealer for a set. Available in 2.20 & 2.35 sizes.
Rob Wise and the stacked GT team recently took a trip to Kansas City and the result is this 4 minute edit full of bangers! Check it out and look for an article from “Bleeding Kasas” featured in issue 210 of RideBMX.
Matt Cordova has been en fuego this year. If you’ve never heard of Matt then you need to do a youtube search ASAP. Fast, high, and style beyond words. He’s every pro’s favorite pro. RIDEbmx got him to come down from the clouds one day and pass along his knowledge and style tips on the old school, and recently resurrected, Nac Nac Seat Grab. Hit play and add to your fun over hips and on dirt.
Our very own Dennis Enarson and Biz just christened the Pusher BMX Mailorder team along with Seth Klinger. They spent a week together in Colorado to produce this edit around the time we stopped at Pusher for the shop stop. With these three, you know it’s good.
When Mark Losey (Nike Team Manager) tells us that a new NIKE video with our own Dennis Enarson is going to “air” this Sunday for a 1 hr show on ABC, our ears definitely perk up. You know this is going to be epic! Where: ABC/ When: Sunday Sept 6th @ 4p ET/ 2p PT
The Demolition summer camping trip to Colorado was epic before it even started. With our riders, Tyler Fernengel, Chris Doyle, Kris Fox, Rob Wise, Matt Cordova, Connor Lodes, and Dennis Enarson we already knew the crew was tight and everyone was already ready to get to Colorado to ride some epic parks. More importantly than the riding, the crew felt more like a family than a team on this trip, and like most “camping trips” the experience there was unforgettable. Oh, and the riding was f-n nuts… Full gallery with action and chill shots are after the jump too.
Special Thanks: This video and our trip couldn’t have been as fun or made possible without these people behind the scenes: The Cordova family, Kenny Enarson, and Clay Brown.
Filmed & Edited by M.Mastroni. Photos by B.Castillo
Long Island stompers Keith Terra and Russ Barone linked up during a jam recently and in the midst of the session the two were able to coordinate shooting a photo of this sick invert. Us here at Demolition would like to wish both these guys the best of luck with their recover/rebuild efforts in the wake of SANDY! Stay positive guys! And be sure to check out Keith’s site 36Exposed and take a look around!
Kane O’Hagan, our New Zealand rider through Wide Open Distribution, has a Top Fives feature over on Zombie BMX. Check it out to see Kane’s Top Fives and for some awesome photos of from Wide Open’s 2013 Product Launch. Photos by Caleb Smith.
Big congratulations are due once again to Dennis Enarson for taking 2nd at the first ever Red Bull SkyLines contest in France. Dennis is having one hell of a year!! Big thanks to Andrew Brady and BMXonline.com for the photo!
Big congrats goes out to Dennis Enarson for scoring the latest RIDEbmx cover while he was on his HARO trip in Japan. Looks like a wild setup he’s flipping, can you imagine not pulling it and landing on those rocks… ouch. Hit pic to view the whole cover.
This spot is right near our office and I always hoped that someone would one day do a grind trick on this rail. Connor does the unthinkable for his latest Albion/ Machete tire ad with going up the wall to tooth to hop over. This setup is way gnarlier than what the pic shows too. Click pic to go BIG.
These posts are never good, our good buddy and fellow BMX brother Dave Dillewaard blew out his knee last week while riding street. He’s been talking to doctors and getting checked out and its looking like he will be possibly having surgery and will be off his bike and healing for the next few months. Anyone who has ridden knows how much it sucks to be hurt so we want wish Dave a safe and speedy recovery! Get well soon buddy!
I just found this edit of Dave over on the ESPN site, in which he takes us back to when he first landed himself a BMX bike and then explains how he came from that to the world traveling professional athlete that he is today. Its awesome to hear Dave talk about his roots and to see him riding as a kid is awesome. I can’t believe the riding he was doing on that DYNO, probably some of the craziest riding a frame like that ever saw!
I’m loving the vibe of this edit, definitely a good watch from beginning to end. Our good buddy and BMX technician, Drew The HOSS Hosselton, teamed up with Adam Banton, and Arnaud Wolff for a day trip out to the skatepark in Sedona, AZ. The park has been a bust for bikes but recently started allowing BMX so the three took advantage of this revision of the rules and sessioned the park for it’s worth. The park looks so good and so fun it’s no wonder those guys made the trek, I’m jealous! Hit play and enjoy, then go ride!
Jason, Kris, and myself all made the trek out to Vegas for interbike last month and in the midst of the madness we made a little side trip over to TCU TV to talk about all things Demolition and a few things not Demolition. This is a pretty funny watch so be sure to sit back and enjoy!
Our long awaited Mugatu CRMO sprocket has finally arrived. Drew Hosselton and Connor Lodes have been on the sprocket for close to a year and swear it’s the last sprocket they’ll ever use again. It’s strong as hell and isn’t going to the break your arms lifting it up or your bank account. Hit up the Mugatu sprocket page here for more details and get at your local Demolition dealer to get your last sprocket you’ll ever purchase.
We’re proud to announce that Akira Sakata is the newest member of the Demolition Japan team through Motocross International. He most recently put up this awesome edit for Volume Bikes. His style and flow is amazing and makes everything look so damn easy. We’ll be hearing a lot more of him real soon. Photos by: MX Click top pic to see more pics of his new whip.
While spectating at Dew Tour I snapped some photos here and there and by the end of the four day event I had enough goodies to throw together this photo flip from the event. The only thing I didn’t get was our bud Rob Wise riding over the brand new Toyota during the street style event. Luckily for us, Ride photographer Andrew Brady was there and was cool enough to send over a rad photo of Rob trucking over the car!! Big thanks to Andrew for kicking down the photo. Click HERE to view the Demolition Photo Flip from DEW!
And when you done checking out our gallery be sure to head over to BMXonline and check out all the photos that Andrew shot while he was at Dew.
I’m not sure where they got the name from but Dew Tour added a new event to their roster while in SF and it is called streetSTYLE. The idea was to take a existing street in San Francisco and add several obstacles that could be ridden as if they were naturally occuring in the streets. It was pretty crazy and looked more like a level out of Tony Hawk Pro Skater than anything else. Either way, Demolition’s own, Dennis Enarson, competed in the event and placed 2nd! Dennis has been on a roll this month, winning dirt and placing 2nd in street at Texas Toast and now a 2nd in streetSTYLE at Dew! Dennis is on FIRE!!
AlliSports put together this quick edit with Dennis where he talks about his recent injury and how he copes with recovery. Be sure to check it out and appreciate being healthy and able to ride your bike!
The Dew Tour has come to San Francisco and the Demo crew was out in full force! Chris Doyle, Mike Hucker Clark, Dennis Enarson and Rob Wise all competed and Christian Rigal and Ronnie Napolitan were also there to support their friends and watch the festivities. While there I was able to work may around the event throughout the weekend and snap some photos of the guys along the way. Check back this week to see a full ID of the Demolition guys at Dew! For now click on this photo of Doyle whipping the right side long and low and save it as your new wallpaper!
I always love Soul’s covers, they seem to put a lot of effort in making their covers badass. Doyle’s cover is just that too; classy black and white 3 invert from the man. Click here for the full scoop on their latest issue.
Kris Fox teaches you how to footjam fakie on our backyard ramps. “Kris Fox is a footjam fan whether it be to fakie or 180, Fox is footjam friendly. Find out what tips Fox has to pass on to you to bring your footjam back in to fakie on a quarterpipe. First Fox recommends getting a few footjams under your belt and to practice going up and straight back down to fakie. Watch Kris Fox footjam fakie a few times and then take it to your local ramp with the help of this Step By Step.” – AlliSports
Ryan Nyquist has started his own YouTube channel and the first edit he has released on his channel features Demolition’s own Mike Hucker Clark teaching Nyquist how to do BarRides. It’s entertaining for sure, be sure to take a break from your doing and check it out HERE.
Christian is a 4 peg beast and goes hard at any rail, ledge and anything else he can grind. When Brandon Means shot over this pic, we had to use it for a new RideBMX/ Dumbchuck ad. DP to crooks don’t get any better than this. Click image to view the full ad.
Albion just put up their whole Chris Doyle interview on their site. Be sure to check out what makes up the nicest/ raddest dirt jumper out there. “I THOUGHT IT WOULD ALMOST BE HILARIOUS IF I WON THE X GAMES DOING THE SAME EXACT TRICKS I DO AT THE TRAILS EVERYDAY” – Chris Doyle
Our new Canadian rider, Jordane Dubois just got on and is already making big moves with this cool lil’ interview up at The Rise site. Pic by: Mikael Cardin. “I’m living a dream right now, my new bike is just perfect, so it feels good. I’m just proud to ride for a big company like Demolition and I just wish I get the chance to do some trips and maybe meet the awesome team.”- Jordane
Here is the next round of photos shot during the second and last day of Texas Toast. The above photo features the man, the myth, THE HOSS performing a foot-plant tailwip during street practice. Tons of riding, tons of fun, and tons of DEMOLITION!! Click on the post to view the photos from the day!
I’m not sure if the bomb saw more action from bikes riding it or drunk girls straddling it for photo-ops but either way it was a hit! And no matter how you got on it, that thing was wobbly to say the least!! Here Drew Hosselton gives the wobbles some steeze while he cruises over it. Click the photo to go BIG and save it!
The Demolition team was in full effect at this years Toast and even though it got a bit wet the first day the crew didn’t let it stop the fun! Between the Gauntlet of Death, Dirt, and the insanely over packed street qualifying, it was one hell of a good day. Click on the post to see some photos of the crew having a blast at Texas Toast!