Yesterday’s wheelset promo got me thinking about past Rob Wise edits and video parts. It’s ridiculous how under-rated he is. When he’s in a video, he’s either ending it or opening it like our 2010 “Last Chance” full-length or Ryan Navazio’s “Left/Right”, and when he drops a web edit he’s usually doing things 95% of pro riders today would consider their ender to a video part. I know he’s not really concerned with it, but he sure enough doesn’t get the recognition he should. Anyway, I went back and checked out a couple of his past edits and decided to re-up his September 2011 Demolition edit. Keep in mind this is almost 4 years old. shot/edit: Christian Rigal
Don’t ever sleep on Rob Wise, he’ll always come through with the most insane move, and all while making it look way too easy. He put this wheel promo together with Mastroni throughout a few trips and came through with a solid Rotator/ Bulimia wheelset promo.
Filmed & Edited by Mike Mastroni
Additional Filming by Josh Clemens
Music: Uriah Heep – “Easy Livin”
Just like the title implies, Bell Helmets held a winter jam at Joyride skatepark and flew out skatepark assassin, Connor Lodes, to shred the place to pieces with the locals. The park just built an amazing A-frame setup and held a best trick contest on the setup for Am and Pro classes. The edit starts out with some awesome clips of the Con-man and follows up with equally crazy clips for the many talented riders that live in the Toronto area. This edit was filmed and produced by the fine folks at Northern Embassy, thanks dudes!! Awesome watch for sure!
Hucker, Fox, and our homie Bohan have been on a Red Bull‘s #TipToTail trip for the past couple weeks, driving all the way across New Zealand in a couple RVs. So far, it looks like there has been no shortage of good times! Red Bull just put up a huge update from the first half of the trip in the North. Check it out HERE and stay tuned for more updates from the South. Sounds like there will be a web series to follow as well, can’t wait to see that! Photo by Graeme Murray.
The fine folks at Kink BMX have release the second installment of their latest video series, One Hit Wednesday, with Demolition’s sultan of style Chris Doyle. This clip is from Kink’s 2008 DVD safety first, Doyle had this absolutely insane manny gap to rail on the todo list for a while and when the crew was wrapping up filming for the project Doyle knew it was time to cross this one off the list. I would say that most riders will never pony up to a manual gap to rail, let along one this huge, and most would have taken the feeble even if it was an accident. But Doyle being the perfectionist and the professional that he is stepped up to the plate a second time and laced his banger perfectly. Always good to see amazing clips like this get re-hashed for another opportunity to shine.
A few weeks back we released our most recent series of posters that we coined “The Penny Posters”. We wanted to come up with a cool series of shots that the riders on the posters would be stoked on as well as the riders who are hanging the posters on their wall. Dennis’ was pretty straight forward, shoot something huge on the streets that shows that the rig line can take a beating and keep on ticking. Tyler and Huckers however, we weren’t sure what to do. I spoke with Tyler about what he would want to do and he mentioned it would be cool to jump something that you don’t see everyday. I thought about it for a bit and realized that the warehouse has a forklift, and there you have it. Once we knew what we wanted to do for Tyler’s poster we were on to Huck’s. Hucker’s idea just came from combining a few things that he loves, fire, fireworks, and sketchy jumps, and we decided to shoot it in the dessert because thats pretty much the only place you can set big things on fire and maybe not get harassed for it. So now that you know a bit of the backstory, click on the post and see some behind the scenes from the making of Demolition’s Penny Poster Series!
RideBMX just dropped a little appetizer of a TrickFix video with our very own Rob Wise alongside GT Bicycles teammates Jeremiah Smith and freshly minted GT rider, Brian Kachinsky. Rob and his mates were just out here not too long ago and caught up with RideBMX filmer/rider Zach Krejmas for a video project. This TrickFix is just the tease for the full video dropping later this week, so keep an eye out for that. I’ve personally been to this park, and let’s just say that fence is high. Like, Rob Wise-high. And if you’re looking for a little more Rob Wise, check out our “At Home With Rob Wise” feature we did not too long ago.
Demolition Style Cat, Matt Cordova, met up with homies Larry Edgar, Nathan Sykes and brother Joey Cordova at their home trails, FOD, to session the place to pieces for the lens of Zach Krejmas. The fine folks at RideBMX are always producing awesome original content and this edit fits right in there, enjoy.
Connor Lodes’ frame sponsor, Kink BMX, has a new weekly video installment called One Hit Wednesdays and their first release is with the Ocean Beach nice guy himself. Some setups are obvious one time setups and this rail hop needle thread is definitely one of those setups, the scary thing is it ended up taking Connor three goes before he rolled away clean, upping the danger factor signifigantly each time he had to hit it again. Stoked he kept his bars clear and nailed the clip before getting the boot.
Stagnation from the sounds of it is a full length video focused on all things action sports filmed and put together by Ryan Walters. The BMX section features mostly park and trails but it does start off with an awesome slo mo montage of our boy Kris Fox doing what he does best. And before the edit is over you will also see some rad clips from Hucker, Doyle and extended family member, Coco Zurita. Hit play and enjoy so slow mo BMX goodness.
Day 7 of Demolition in Florida and it is our last day here in the sunshine state. Since we got rained out yesterday and haven’t had a ton of luck finding spots on this trip in general the crew was more than anxious to get out on the bikes for the last day of the trip. We started the day at a famous spot in Tampa with these awesome volcanos, it was hard knowing what has or hasn’t been filmed on the volcanos already but a few things were figured out and it was just a ton of fun riding them just to ride em. Hucker and Tyler did manage to find a random little grass flyout and proceeded to do tricks out of it that we never intended for such a halfass setup. After the volcano park we packed up the van and headed back to Orlando to squeeze in a session at the famous Maitland quarters. We didn’t have along at the spot before we needed to take Hucker to the airport so the crew wasted no time getting on the bikes and having a blast on this street setup that is pretty much too perfect to be true. After riding the quarters as much as we could we had to scramble and race to the airport to get Hucker to his flight, lucky for him we hit a string of green lights and open lanes and were able to get him checked with about sixty seconds to spare. Have fun in New Zealand Hucker and thank your Florida for the good times! Until the next adventure…
Ever wanted to know what Chris Doyle does in the winter in Pittsburgh PA? Keith Terra follows Chris throughout a whole day and comes through with the following highlights; eating breakfast Rocky would be proud of, walking his dog, riding his road bike 15m in jeans, shopping at Home Depot, remodeling a bathroom and finally killing the Wheel Mill park. Sounds like a solid day of a domesticated bmx pro to say the least. A very good one at that! Check out the whole story/ gallery here>>
Day 6 here in the sunny state and its raining again. The crew woke up stoked because we had ended the previous day finding a few awesome setups that they guys had ideas for and wanted to film at. The weather had been great the past few days so none of us suspected a thing, but when we all woke up to dark skies the mood shifted and we instantly started checking weather reports around the state to see what our option were. The reports said we had till 2pm before the storm would hit in Tampa, so we got out, hit some breakfast real quick and got to the spot round 10. We barely got out of the van and the crew just got warmed up when the rain drop started falling. By 11am it was pouring, a whole 3 hours ahead of schedule, so we started checking out hours for the indoor parks. After realizing there were no BMX hours that day for any local skateparks we took a note from “The Big Lebowksi” and said screw it dude, lets go bowling. Even though we got rained out we kept positive and had a blast bowling, and made frequent trips to WaWas and Dunkin’ Donuts. Be sure to click on the post and check out our day in the rain for day 6 of Demolition in Florida.
Does it really get any better than this! Fire, Dennis Enarson airing over Ruben Alcantara, and it’s all on the new RIDEbmx cover. This is badass! Photo by Vince Perraud
Howdy Howdy from us out here in Florida, its been a couple days since our last update so let me get you guys up to date on what we’ve been up to. Day 4 had us traveling south to Sarasota for the 3rd stop in the FLBMX contest series at the Payne Skatepark. The main bowl at the Payne park is filled with scary extensions, over vert bowl corners and more lines than can be counted and the locals we’re all killing it. After the contest, we checked in our hotel which happened to have a balcony so Tyler immediately dangled himself on said balcony(photo in gallery). We the cruised out to a beach on the Caribbean that had all the locals tripping out on watching the sun set over the ocean. Day 5 was our first full riding day and lucky for us we saw Matt Coplon the day before at the contest and he had told us about a few spots to check out when we had a chance. So we spent most the day cruising the streets of St Petersburg checking out the spots Matt told us about, we also stubbled on a building that was in the middle of being Demolished, so feeling a bit inspired by our namesake we tossed some cinder blocks around while Tyler did tricks on big street gap nearby. We had to hang onto the photo of Tyler’s gap but for now check out our photo gallery from days 4 and 5 from Demolition in Florida.
Mike Gray has up a cool lil’ feature on the Haro site for their first Destinations (Toronto) installment. There’s plenty of cool photos like the one above taken by J.Cobbs.
Day 3 of our trip out here in Florida and the skies are clear! After starting the day with the obligatory Cracker Barrel breakfast, the crew was stoked to get the chance to head over to Chad Degroot’s bike shop, Mr. Bikes N Boards, in Longwood Florida. Chad’s shop is sick! And in no time the guys were sessioning with the locals, shooting some pool, and eating pizza. Rob was extra stoked on the pizza part, you may not know by looking at him but the one thing Rob loves more than bikes, guns or girls, is FOOD and he loves the hell out of pizza so he was stoked. After hanging out at the shop for a bit we cruised over to the local prefab park and rode some more with the locals. The riders out in Longwood are sick and even though there park is a bit small they really make the most of it and shred the place to pieces. After the session we headed over to a local alligator bar and Hucker and Tyler bobbed hotdog pieces on gator noses until some got eaten, it was a little less exciting than all of us had hoped… All in all though it was a good day and were looking forward to more. Stay tuned for more updates from our Demolition trip to Florida!
Our man, Corey Walsh in Canada came down to SoCal to hang out, ride, and enjoy the nice weather we all take for granted. The other day he came by to visit us and ride the ramps. Couldn’t help but snap a couple shots of him while he was out back too. Check out more by hitting the top image.
Greetings from the sunshine state, and well, it’s raining! Or at least it was yesterday when the crew made it out to Kona skatepark and we were are within arms reach of getting to ride a place we’ve all dreamed of since we were kids. That place looks insane and we are all hoping we can make our way back up to Jacksonville for another shot at a Kona session. Since the rain killed the session yesterday we kept busy with mini ping pong tournaments and late night waffle house missions which kept everyone more than entertained while it was soggy outside. Day two though was shinning and good thing too because we landed an awesome hotel on Ormond Beach and Huck and Tyler immediately found a place to buy kites and they did the kid thing while the rest of us watched and tried not to get hit by cars on the beach. We then rolled over to The Bike Shop in Ormond Beach and chilled with all the shops guys and locals, the crew out there is rad and they ended the day by taking us out to the local park for a good ol fashion bike ride. Hucker was having some bike issues so he and Rob made lemons into lemonade and made the first ever bike centipede, Hucker has been talking a lot about the Human Centipede so he may have gotten inspiration from the movie but you’d have to ask him about that. We then watched Tyler shut down the skatepark with a couple of amazing clips, and you know with Mastroni behind the lens the clips are SO SICK! Cant wait for you guys to see, but for now, click on the post and check out all the rad photos from the crew’s first two days in Florida!
Remember those days of hanging posters up on your wall and just staring at them for hours? While BMX posters might be a lost art, we try and do our best to keep the dream alive. This batch with Dennis (above), Tyler, and Hucker are ones that we’re so stoked to see in poster format. They’re all absolutely nuts! And yes, they’re already on my wall. Click more to see all 3. Get at the 18″X24″ posters for 1 penny on our online store HERE>>
Tyler Fernengel and extended family rider, Kevin Peraza are officially on the Vans pro team and busted ass in this new Welcome To Vans video.
“These guys are no stranger to riding Vans and we would officially like to welcome Tyler Fernengel, TJ Ellis and Kevin Peraza to the Vans BMX Pro team. There are heaps of road trips planned throughout the year so these guys are going to hit the ground running in waffle soles. Music: “The River” by People’s Temple” – Vans
Rob Wise travels the entire world hitting beastly setups that no one else would dream of touching, in fact he does it so well he has built a career out of it. But what about when he’s at home? What does he do when he comes back from a trip and puts down the passport? Does he continue to shred spots to pieces or does he lay dormant in a cave somewhere waiting for his next BMX adventure? This interview dives into who Rob Wise at home, the domesticated Rob Wise, and guess what? He’s still dangerous as hell. Click on the post to find out what Rob does when he’s at home.
I for one have been honored to have ridden these jumps numerous times and to see them coming to an end definitely brings a tear to my eye. This Saturday, the Lakin’s are throwing the last ride at the legendary jumps, so come on out and bring the crew for a one of a lifetime last ride at the jumps.
Chris just sent over this badass photo of himself doing a classic Doyle fakie bars in the rafters at Ray’s. Another timeless photo of the man himself. Click image to go big! Photo by Murphy Lee Moschetta
Think everyone will agree that has seen our Last Chance video that Dennis Enarson’s part is absolutely insane. His ender for his part was one of the most ridiculous things I’ve seen, and DIG caught up with him to talk about the last trick and what went into it.
“Continuing our “Ender Ender” series, we caught up with La Mesa California’s finest, Dennis Enarson and got the lowdown on his truly insane 2011 section, and DVD ender. Taken from the full length Demolition Parts video, Last Chance.” – DIG
Our boy, Ronnie “Combat” Napolitan just got a new steed and Vital decided to put it up on their site with a full bike check. As you know, he lost Redline as a sponsor and is now riding a Volume… This thing looks badass!
The Demolition Crew is coming to Florida to hang out and ride at a skatepark or bike shop near you. Check out the flyer and if your anywhere near Jacksonville, Orlando, Sarasota or Tampa be sure to come out and hang out! See you there.
The Union caught up with Dennis Enarson to talk to him about this thoughts on traveling all over the world, the good and the bad. You would think Dennis has been practically everywhere but in this interview you’ll find out where he’s been, where he hasn’t and where he would love to go someday. Click HERE to head over the The Union and check out Traveling with Dennis Enarson. All photos provided by Mark Losey, NikeBMX.
Vital’s Brandon Means linked up with teammates and roommates, Tyler Fernengel and Mike Gray, to see what it is like to live a day in their shoes. A few burnouts, barspins, a few waves and a volkswagen later and you get a vague idea of what it’s like to live the endless summer. Hit play and enjoy!
When I hear about a BMX racer that made the transition to park, I immediately think of Kris Fox but later heard from our Canadian distributor, Killemall about a kid named Corey Walsh that has a similar background as Kris. Corey also has a very similar riding style too, which is going scary fast at everything, and having amazing good style. Huge thanks again goes out to our Canadian distributor, Killemall distribution for making this all happen and getting Corey on our Canadian team.
Christian is easily one of the most active dudes in BMX, if he’s not riding he’s filming and if he’s not filming he’s shooting photos, and if he’s not riding, filming or shooting he’s looking for spots! So it’s not all the often that I get the chance to link up and ride some street with him and this last week we actually got to meet up twice for a sesh. Each time we had a blast hanging out riding some local spots and when the opportunity arose, we shot some photos too. And if you know Christian, anything he’s doing on his bike is rad and deserves a look to see what he’s up to. So click on the link and see what went down during two afternoon sessions with Christian Rigal.
Doeby Films just started releasing a cool little video segment called VXtras, pretty simply concept, just a couple of rad clips with the Ol’ VX. And one of the first installments is with Demolition’s Tyler “Young Fern” Fernengel. He is just too good!
You might think since Drew Hosselton recently finished up filming for his highly anticipated section in the upcoming Volume Bikes DVD, The Finer Things, that he may take some time off to relax and enjoy the fruits of successfully filming a DVD part. But not Drew, as soon as he wrapped up filming for the DVD he dove straight into his next project with good friend and fellow AZ enthusiast Greg Moliterno. The two will are traveling up and down every AZ Highway, exploring every unchecked corner of the state to find the most hidden and unique spots AZ has to offer in order to put together an edit that gives appreciation to their beloved state. And this here wild nose jam fakie is just the beginning of what Drew has in store for this project. So click on the photo to check it out BIG and be sure to save it as your brand new crispy ass desktop wallpaper.
BMX Union just put up a Sneak Peek of our new Marble aluminum kit. Check it out HERE and get ready for it all to launch this March!
The man, the myth, the legend, Drew Hoss sits down with RideBMX to talk about his defining DVD section in the upcoming Volume Bikes DVD project, The Finer Things. Drew is all about talking his riding to new places and in new directions so the fact that he is saying this DVD part is his ” Defining Part” as a rider is really saying something. Find out what else he’s got to say about The Finer Things by hitting this here link.
Rad lil interview with Hucker about winning Nora Cup, and everything else he has planned coming up and then some. Check it out at RIDE bmx here.
“Mike “Hucker” Clark is truly one-of-a kind. His riding style is loose, uninhibited, exciting, unpredictable, and always memorable. But the best thing about Mike is that for all of his incredible riding skill, he’s just as great off the bike—bringing a positive attitude, loads of fun, and a constant smile wherever he goes. It should come as no surprise that he walked away with his third NORA Cup in a row for #1 Dirt Rider in 2014.” RIDE BMX
This is one of my all time favorite posters we’ve ever put out. This photo of Kris Fox by Joey Cobbs screams “poster!!” The angle, the classic trick, and all the colors just pop. The back of the poster has all of our new 2015 parts and can be snatched up for a cool penny ($0.01) on our online store HERE>>
p.s. We doubled the image to fit the blog, it’s just one vertical shot on the poster and not mirroring.
When he’s not making smoothies for all of New England, Aaron Smith is out riding his ass off and doing moves like this DP to bars. The man also has himself a couple signature products from us that are out and kick ass! His true top load Brace Stem, and his Live Free Or Die Pivotal seat. You can get both at your local Demolition dealer today! Photo by: Lee Hopkins. Click top photo to view the full ad.
VitalBMX just gave honors to Demolition Legend/Hall of Fame Rider Mike “Rooftop” Escamilla for having one of the Top Ten Best BMX Video Part Songs from his part in Etnies “Forward” (2002). While it may not be an official ESPY or a Golden Popcorn, and there’s always an element of personal opinion, I’d say they hit the nail on the head here. As progressive, fast-paced, timeless, and just jaw-dropping as Rooftop’s part is in this video, it really needed an equally fast-paced and timeless song. “Kids of the Black Hole” by Adolescents really rounded it out well. His section was the pace-setter for “Forward” by opening up the whole video…..Oh, and the Rooftop on fire scene was absolutely and unashamedly filmed in our old warehouse. Watch his part, scour the recesses of the internet for the rest of the sections, and watch his last Demolition edit after you’ve watched this. Then go backflip over a helicopter off of a rail….on fire.
We’re so stoked to finally get out our new 2015 goods this year that we’ve been showing off since 2014′s Interbike show. We just whipped up our new parts catalog with everything you can expect to see that’s either out now or very shortly soon to come. The front of the poster is possibly one of the best photos we’ve put out too, we’ll have that post up shortly and how you can get a poster too. Click HERE to view it BIG.
RideBMX just posted an awesome write up with Tyler Fernengel focusing on his Readers Choice Nora Cup win in 2014. 2014 was a HUGE year for Tyler and I’m sure this award was icing on the cake! Clink on the LINK to read about Tyler’s thoughts on winning the award as well as all the other crazy-ness that is going on in his life right now! Also while your there be sure to check out the photos that Tyler shot with Jeff Z during their Red Bull/RideBMX photo shoot that went down in Detroit a few months back.
For all those that haven’t seen Biz’s latest RotatoR video, you’re missing out on some classic Biz moves and a slew of new spots and tricks from the man. This ad photo of him jumping out of the window is what he shot with Joey Cobbs while filming for the video. And while you’re at it, hit up Biz’s signature RotatoR freecoaster for all the specs HERE. Click top image to view in it’s entirety.
The Left/Right DVD by Ryan Navazio that came out in 07 dropped online a couple days ago, and just watched Rob’s parts again for the 100th time just now. It’s one of those timeless parts where he drops some heavy bangers. You definitely don’t want to miss watching this again, and realize that it came out 8 years ago. Also, be sure to check out the Vimeo page for the full writeup on how the video came about.
Biz once again proves why he’s been a top rider for almost 2 decades. This new RotatoR freecoaster video is of his latest/ greatest that he’s been filming throughout most of 2014. Filmed and edited by: Calvin Kosovich
Unlike the title might insinuate, Russ Barone was not unseen in 2014. He was though in fact featured in Rob Dolecki’s 2014 Unseen Photo Gallery featured on DIG. The gallery is full of awesome photo and this wall ride photo of Russ is amongst the sickest in the set! Click on the photo here to check out Russ’ photo BIG and then click on the link to check out the rest of the gallery!
So we’ve posted the edits from the Markit New Years Cash Jam this morning and here are the photos from the day. So just in case you missed something amongst the madness you can see it here in still form. It’s always awesome to see photos to go along with clips so you get that extra chance to look over the craziest moves from the day and see all the details of the trick that makes them so rad. Be sure to click on the post and check out all photos from the crazy shit that went down during the Markit New Years Cash Jam.
So the Markit Cash Jam is in the books and what a blast it was! There was an awesome mix of Pro riders, who have ridden the ramp before and knew the lines, and Am riders who had never step foot on the Markit ramps and had to figure out the ramp on the spot. Regardless of Pros or Ams, everyone killed it and everyone had a chance to win some cash for killing it! The jam started off with the highest alleyoop over the hip, then Demolition’s Satellite Slayer, followed by East County BMX’s Euro Jam and then they day wrapped up with an overall ramp cash jam where if you did something crazy you got instant cash money. Here is Dig’s perspective from the jam courtesy of DOEBY and be sure to click on the post in order to check out the Jam edits from Vital and RideBMX!
Just like Jeff Z’s top 10, Ryan Fudger also made up his own for this rad RIDEbmx gallery. Connor (pictured), Coco and Christian made the cut and they all look amazing. Click here to check out the whole top 10 list.
RIDEbmx just put up Jeff Z’s top 10 photos from 2014 and Ryan “Biz” Jordan (above), Jason Enns, and Tyler Fernengel scored photos in it. Definitely a privilege to be on that list and stoked to see the photos once again. Click top photo of Biz to see it big and click here to read the captions on the behind the scenes of each shot.
Dennis and I were lucky enough to go on a trip to Portugal to film an edit for Nokia phones. The whole edit was filmed with the new Nokia lumia which is pretty crazy. Thanks to Hadrian for having us come out to ride and have an adventure in Portugal. From the views to the spots, Portugal was amazing! We got to ride some skateparks as well as street when we were out there and like you can see in the edit, it was all awesome. Of course Dennis was doing the most insane stuff on a daily basis. Even though I know how good he is he still seems to surprise me with something new all the time. We were out there for 10 days and on the last day Dennis and I both got sick. He got it the worst, we are thinking it was food poisoning from the last place we ate at. The whole trip we had an awesome friend showing us around and taking us to the best places to eat, and of course on the last day he wasn’t there and we got sick as shit. Thanks Hadrian, nuno, and Hugo for showing us around and hanging out and making this trip one that won’t be forgotten! – Ronnie
Click on the post to check out all the behind the scenes photos from their trip and then check out the edit from the trip at the bottom of the post. Heyyooo!
One of our favorite videos we dropped this year came courtesy of Mr. Dennis Enarson and Christian Rigal behind the camera. It’s banger after banger on anything and everything in typical Dennis fashion. Give it a watch again and get ready to shred in the new year!
Dennis spittin’ fire once again at Woodward West and shows off what a usual day at camp is like for him. Video by Vital BMX
Vital got with Tyler Fernengel while they were at Woodward West and shot this rad bike check with some cool action shots too. Check out his bike specs after the jump.
December 31st on new years eve, our good buds over at Markit will be holding their big jam on their ramps in La Mesa, CA. We’ll be holding a $200 cash prize for the best trick done on the satellite dish to boot. Get out there and get ready to see some crazy action! Click on the top photo to view the whole flyer.
$200 United big 270 over the hip.
$200 Haro best trick involving some sort of fakie.
$200 Demolition best trick on the satellite dish.
$200 East County BMX DGAFer of the day. Which goes to whoever gives the least fucks all day. It doesn’t have to be the best rider, just the rider sending it the hardest all day.
$100 DIG best shredder throughout the day.
It will be $10 to ride the ramps and $5 to hang out and spectate. All the money will go right back into a cash for tricks jam at the end of the day. We will throw about an hour on the clock and give out cash for anything we think is badass on and off the ramps! Come out and finish 2014 with the MARIT crew!!
Our friends over at FL-BMX are putting on their annual SPoT Roast jam January 9th-10th, and will be giving out some Demolition goods for the bowl jam on the 9th. Be sure to get out their if you’re in the Tampa, FL area, it should be a blast!
Incredibly amped to announce SPoT Roast on Saturday, January 10th! Below (in addition to what’s listed on the flyer) is subsequent info highlighting the event:
1. We definitely recommend pre-registering as last year we had 137 entries. Register online here>>
2. With pre-registering, you can ride for free on Wednesday’s bmx session at SPoT (January 7th). You can also ride Friday all day starting at noon.
3. Pre-registering will also get you free entry into Friday nights bowl Jam (January 9th) sponsored by Profile Racing, Demolition, Colony, ODI, and Sun Rims.
4. After party at The Bricks on Saturday night!
If you have any questions, please feel to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The title gives it to you pretty straight, this here edit has Connor giving you the rundown on his current Kink/Demolition setup and then shows you what sick shit he can do with that setup at skateparks around San Diego. Put together by Doeby for the fine folks at VitalBMX.com
Vital just put up Brandon Means’ 2014 photo recap that features Lodes, Fox and Enarson Hit more to see em all in their glory!
We don’t want to get too sentimental and all but we just wanted to wish all you guys the best holidays, and also wanted to thank each of you dudes for all the support and love you give Demolition.