I know how it can suck when you snippets from all your favorite companies at Interbike but don’t see too much detail in the quick web features. Above pic is of our new Trooper PC pedal. The platform is based off our Al. Trooper version and is from our own mold. More details coming soon. Click pic to go BIG.
The latest installment of Camp Leftovers features Connor Lodes casually throwing the bars in the middle of a nollie 270. That’s right, Nollie 270 Bars! I don’t know about you but this was the first time I’ve seen this move so I just had to get the photo. And since Connor has the trick absolutely dialed, it wasn’t too hard to get the photo proper. Be sure to click the photo to go big and save as your new wallpaper!
Demolition’s very own “legend”, Jason Enns has the new DIG ad (above) to show that he’s been riding for us for 12 years now. So awesome to me to see him still killing it harder and harder every time I see him ride. Click image to go BIG
We got some more camp leftovers for ya, this time it’s with Mike Hucker Clark. I bet a lot of you didn’t know that Huck can shred the ramps as well as the dirt but he can! Even though he hadn’t riden ramps in something like 8 months he was able to lace this ice grind across the vert wall in a couple goes! Be sure to click the image to go big and save it as your new wallpaper!!
Rob is known mostly for his street riding but can slay the parks too. He comes out swinging while destroying all his local UT parks in this new Markit edit by Christian Rigal.
Demolition has quite the stacked crew of trail riders so it seemed only logical to put together an all trails trip through some of the best trails in the WORLD. We’ve teamed up with QBP and have been working on making this happen for quite some time now so the crew is getting seriously excited for this trip to get started!! We’ll also be stoping at several shops along the way so if your in the area at the listed times be sure to come by and say whats up! And be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @DemolitionParts and get up dates from the trip at #northeastdirttrip
Greetings from Toulouse, France! After Kill The Line, myself, Dillewaard, and Heath Pinter linked up with Jeremy “Jems” Muller and his Compression crew for a week long trail trip through the south of France. We’ve been welcomed to some of the best trails that Europe has to offer by accommodating locals and friendly faces. We’ve swam in oceans and rivers, and partied till dark in the woods. This trip has been nothing short of amazing. Big thanks to all the locals who showed us a great time!
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Mike has been on a Roll lately!! Between shredding in England on the Tea and Biscuits Tour, Going to Kill the Line and placing 2nd, and now, taking the win at the 2nd stop of the Lord of Dirt series. It’s sooo sick seeing one of the coolest dudes in BMX killing it all of the world and living it up!! Congrats Huck!! Photo courtesy of MastersOfDirt.Com
What happens when you get one of the most stylish vert dogs (Coco Zurita) and filmers (Dylan Pfohl) together… one incredibly awesome edit!
“When camp shuts down and the world sleeps, Coco Zurita emerges from the darkness. @cocozurita @dylanpfohl http://www.dylanpfohl.com
Thanks to Jake Kinney, Juan Ignacio Zurita, Nicolas Illanes and Eli Waterhouse”
Demolition Week at camp Woodward went down for the first time this summer at we all had a blast!! Most of the photos have been posted in one way or another but these two of Doyle shredding the spine in the Hanger have not found a home, until now. So here you go, click on the image to go BIG and save as your new desktop wallpaper.
FatBMX posted a bike check with nac-nac extraordinaire, Kris Fox. Kris’ bikes are always a dialed as the come and is laced with Demolition Parts throughout. Digging the full face helmet too! Demo sticker screamin!!
AlliSports did a My 5 interview with Demolition’s Mike “Hucker” Clark where he answers some questions in between runs over at Woodward West. It’s awesome to see how Hucker gets stoked on every question because it makes him think of all the things he’s into. Riding, fishing, spit balls, hunting for rattlesnakes, having fun with friends, Mike is full of life and loves it and everything in it more than any other person I know!
Kosman has a cool lil’ behind the scenes story to go along with this shot. Check out the whole story over at Degrip.
With Joey on the shutter button, we’ve done more posters this year than ever before. The one above is of the whole team riding, hanging out and etc. Really stoked on this one, I literally see something new every time I look at it. To purchase or see it bigger, go to the poster page HERE.
RIDE BMX has been putting up all sorts of cool #throwback stuff recently and they just put up this cool one of our very own team manager, Joey Cobbs. Not a lot of the newer riders know but Joey had a lot to do with a lot of brakeless tricks we still do today. What other t.m. can claim that and a 2002 cover of RIDE!
Freedom BMX just put up their video from Kill the Line contest in France. Features Demolition shredders, Dillewaard and Doyle.
What’s up guys it’s been awhile since I checked it. I sprained my knee pretty bad about five weeks ago, but I just started riding again. It feels so good to be cruising around again! Since I was hurt, I was able to stay home for a little while and finish up my motorcycle. Finally got it on the road and she’s running good! Here’s a couple pics of my first session back and me cruising the bike. Till next time,
Biz is the master of barspins and now you can 180 bars just like the man himself. Good luck!
RideBMX is celebrating their twentieth anniversary by naming the twenty most influential riders along with some of the most iconic images from the past twenty years. I wouldn’t be surprised if we see a few Demo riders in there! But even if there aren’t any, it still looks like its going to be one hell of an issue. Can’t wait to get my hands on this thing!
Our Australian rider, Brendan Jones has been with us for 10 years now and has been a staple of the Australian scene for us down under. Aways stoked to see stuff of him, he’s got style for miles and is a super good dude too. He just sent over a couple pics of his new whip and the above t-bogs photo. Photos by: Alex Quirk. Hit more to see more.
The new Demolition Shirts made it to the warehouse recently while most the crew was spread out around the world doing their summer traveling thing. Tate, Christian and myself all happened to be in SLC at the same time, so I thought what better way to get photos of the shirts while enjoying that Salt Lake lifestyle than to go out and shoot firearms? Check out the fun, photos, guns, and shirts in our latest photo gallery after the jump. All the shirts are available in our online store. Enjoy!
Check out one of the runs that helped Chris claim the win and this year’s Kill The Line! Congrats again Chris, you the man!!
Huge congrats goes out to Demolition’s dirt shredders, Chris Doyle and Mike “Hucker” Clark for placing first and second at the Kill the Line contest in France. They just came off our big Tea and Biscuits UK tour for 2 weeks to kill this contest in France. Couldn’t be prouder of those guys. Photo stolen from @dc_bmx‘s instagram.
While I was in SLC we got the tip from a local that there was a ridable pool in town that should be a session. So we checked it out and were not disappointed, this thing was soooo good it was hard to leave. Be sure to click and save Rob’s downside ice photo as your new wallpaper! Check out some more photos from the session after the jump.
Today was spent dodging rain and riding bikes in the home of television and the spiritual home of UK BMX, Hastings. First off we checked the infamous Marina double set to see if Stevie was feeling any bar raising, but the wind was howling head on so we had to turn our backs on the status spot and head to the shelter of The Source’s backyard set up. We rode there for a couple of hours before drinking another few litres of tea and heading over to 4Down’s new indoor facility. The place is really well designed and finished to a super high standard and, although only a couple of weeks old, has already been sessioned by a slewth of UK and US big shots. Stevie and Broc more than held their own and laid down a fair few firsts, big shout out to Ian, Dean, Coxie, Bomber, Wildcat and Mark and Rich Moore. Cheers – Elephant Distribution Click above image for the full gallery
Christian keeps getting better and better every time I see something from him. Between filming and riding, I don’t know how he does it. He’s one of the true BMXers that absolutely lives it. So stoked to see this new United poster of him doing a bump jump to rail ride. Check the full poster HERE.
This is simply nuts! Red Bull threw this shindig called R.Evolution in Berlin Germany, where they built a R.Evolutionary track where the top racers of the world could race each other while throwing tricks over some of the biggest jumps that BMX racing has ever seen. The event seems to be taylor made for guys like our very own Kris Fox, just look at the above photo of Kris in the middle of his signature nac nac while racing some of the fastest BMXers in the world. Head over to Red Bull to watch footage of the madness.
Dartmoor today for some hiking and sightseeing. Stevie Churchill is afraid of heights so he couldn’t climb up the rock, it’s weird as he’ll 360 El Torro without batting an lash but he’s too scared to climb up a billion year old stack of granite. Doyle broke up the long drive and entertained by reciting infamous scenes from the Spinal Tap film as we drove past Stonehenge.
We arrived at Brighton BMX about 4pm and the grill was lit. We rode the ramps and flipped burgers until the sun went down. After dark we hit the bar where Hucker ordered a quadruple Jamesons, the bar maid commented that it was the biggest drink they had ever served, Hucker’s reply was, “You better stick another shot in it then.” Mastroni was on for a promise from an “earthy” looking hippy chick but he was forced to abort mission after he discovered she was going to be snorting horse tranquilizers and exploring dark caves.
Cheers to shop owner Bob for putting on a great spread. – Elephant Distribution Click above image for the full galleryt
Long drive to Newton Abbot today. Our mini bus is restricted to 58 mph so we get over taken a lot. Kye and Leo Forte kindly put us up for a couple of nights and we had a great session at Kye’s new shop PCC. The jump box was sessioned heavy by all and a good day was topped off with an equally out of hand session at Ye Old Cider Bar. With names like ‘Desiel’, ‘Suicide’ and ‘Black Rat’ it’s no wonder the next morning we saw a bit of a slow start. I’ve heard one of the drinks in that place referred to as “Liquid Down Syndrome”.
RIDEbmx’s bike check of the week goes out to our very own, Ronnie Napolitan. Ronnie can shred anything in his path and you can now see what the bike is like behind the man… or something like that.
Dave and his crew at Rad BMX went all out for us yesterday with homemade cakes, a sweet jumpbox, party, food and reiki for Doyle’s bad shoulder all made for a swell time with a chill vibe.
In a very different session to the grindy one at the previous day’s Dub Jam, the box jump outside Rad BMX was trained nonstop for 5 hours. We met a guy called Fat Paul who talks solidly and who only stops when he hears the word “Bungalow”. Many autographs were signed and we had to wrestle Doyle away from the place as the Rad dudes were set on keeping him for themselves in a specially designed room above the shop. – Elephant Distribution Click above image for the full gallery
The highly anticipated final round of the Dub Jam was a bit of a wash out but even with the flash floods, thunder, lightening and an ever decreasing dry spot at South Banks, it still made for a great time.
Monster had a couple grand to give away and the setup was simple, “do a good trick, get £20”. Stevie has lots of good tricks so this worked out very nicely for him. Lucky too, as he was all out of money.
It was hard to see through all the pot smoke and rasta coloured stems, but amongst the contestants were a fair few big named street dogs, Benny L, Dan Lacey, AK, Bruno Hoffman were all laying it down hard. – Elephant Distribution Click above image for the full gallery
Another day of tea and biscuits. Today we went to Alpha BMX shop and Stoke Street Plaza. Shop owner Al Munger went to town and arranged a full on event, complete with insurance, a gazebo, power, music, water and some MILFS!
– Russell made at least 500 cups of tea today
– Lots of things got signed, including but not limited to; foreheads, rat tails and scooters
– Hucker demanded that the next time we have a tour we include on the flier the line “Bring your mom”
– Hucker got street and ditched his brakes
– He also killed the bowl before ejecting at full height and killing his back
– Then he flirted with a ginger police lady
– A grown man approached me and said “Can you please introduce me to Chris Doyle, I’m more nervous about talking to him than I am about talking to girls.”
– Hucker bought a bottle of Jack from a bar at £90 (approx $145)
Now we’re off to London Town for Dub Jam. . . – Elephant Distribution
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Every edit the Markit crew puts out is high quality, high energy and highly entertaining. This welcome back VX edit could be considered the first Markit edit and would set the pace for the insane list of edits that they’ve release since. They started out big and just keep getting bigger and are showing no signs of slowing!! Check this edit out now, get stoked, and then go ride!!
While the other guys are filling up with tea and biscuits overseas I flew out to Salt Lake City to hang out with the homies Rob and Tate. Christian also made the trek out to SLC so we’re sure to have some fun cruising around town and hitting up all the sick spots this city has to offer. The first day was a mellow one, while I was decompressing after annoying airport delays, Rob took us to this sweet DIY spot so we could sesh a bit and shoot rad photos like the dialed barspin above. Check out the rest of the photos from the day after the jump.
We met up with kick flip connoisseur, Phil de Mattia who kindly lead us on a guided spot tour of Britain’s streetest city, Liverpool. It was a fine day and most of the crew just sat back and laughed while Stevie Churchill effortlessly raised the bar a few notches at some of Liverpool’s most infamous spots. The double drop at Tunnel Banks has seen its fair share of action over the years, Phelan has whipped it and a couple of dudes have three’d it. After Stevie threw in his 2p’s worth it’s hard to imagine what the next big move there could possibly be.
Hucker was having a blast bar riding all over town hollering at girls, until he fell off in front of a coach causing the driver to slam on the brakes and throw all his passengers violently forward, livid Scouse bus drivers are some of the scariest humans on the planet and Hucker felt the wrath. After that he kept his feet more on his pedals than his grips.
In the evening we headed to Rampworx to drink tea and eat biscuits with one thousand riders. Doyle, Hucker and Churchill killed the place and by the end of the night the scene was verging on biblical, with the crew being treated as Gods and us feeding the 5000 with tea and Hobnobs.
Big thanks to all the crew at the park for hooking us up, they went all out with their hospitality – free food, drinks and bike parts. They’ve had their doors open now for 15 years now and it’s all down to their commitment and awesome attitude. – Elephant Distribution
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We just got in our new 18X24″ posters of Stevie (doing a manly 3-whip), Doyle (dirt turndown) and Hucker ( with an amazing 360). All of them were shot by our main man/ TM, Joey Cobbs. You can either buy (free to buy, just have to pay for shipping) the print or get the online wallpaper of each one by going to the poster page and clicking on the smaller image.
Yesterday was a day of airport laps and trails. We went to Epsom (trails) and Fids (legendary UK rider) made a few people’s day with a flip-off nothing over the last set. Was a good day; we drove up to Liverpool and today we’re riding street until 6pm, then we have a demo/stop at Rampworx. Should be a good time.- Elephant Distribution Click the photo above to view the whole gallery.
Dennis and Christian got the urge recently to travel south of the boarder to session and eat tacos with their Mexican neighbors. And since they live about 10 miles aways from Mexico, the two were able to make a pretty fun day trip out of their urges. At some point during the day they took Dennis’s 4Runner out in the dunes for a shred, I wonder if Dennis gets Mexico insurance for that thing? On second thought I’m sure if anything happened to the 4runner he’d just leave it in Ol’ Mexico! Click the link and head over to the Markit site to see the rest of the photos from their excursion.
What do you do when your trying to shoot a photo and you just can’t get the timing right? We’ll if BIZ is anywhere nearby, just hand the camera over to him and he’ll have you covered. In the above photo you can see that BIZ has hijacked my camera to prove that he could get the shot first try. Luckily for his ego, and unlucky for mine, he did. Check out the proof after the jump.
Always hard to think about someone you’ve known that has now passed on. Randy was an awesome rider and even better person. RIP old friend.
Stevie, Hucker and Doyle will be heading over to the UK to shred and visit with some shops. Our new UK distributor, Elephant has been coming through in a big way on making the trip an amazing time for the guys. Check the flyer (click above pic) to see all the stops they’ll be making. See you guys soon!
I was clicking around the RideBMX site last night and came across this rad wallpaper of Demolition’s Rastafarian rider, Russ Barone, launching a gap to wallride. Head over to RIDE to save it now as your new desktop wallpaper. Photo by Jeff Z.
A few days ago ride posted a bike check that they shot with Connor Lodes during a Markit trip in Fresno, CA. Today, Ride posted the rest of the photos that Andrew Brady shot with the guys while they were out in central California. I would pay money to have a rope swing like that near my house, looks like too much fun! Check out the rest of the photos at Ride’s site.
For all those that need some new kicks and a new stem for their whip, LIKE both, Demolition Parts and DC Shoes Facebook pages and SHARE THIS PHOTO to be in the drawing to win. Good luck! Contest ends Aug. 24th.
Kris Fox has been spending a good chunk of his summer working mornings at Team Soil BMX Camp in Newport Beach. The Camp itself is put on and organized by Newport Beach native Barspinner Ryan Brennan on one of the most beautiful beaches in Southern California. Simply hearing about a BMX camp on the beach was reason enough to get up early and make the drive out to camp! The camp has been running for a few summers now and has really developed into a cool scene, and the fact that Kris is there every morning shredding just makes it that much cooler. Check the photos from the morning by clicking on the post. To get more info about Team Soil BMX Camp click HERE.
Dave can shred everything so well that you can’t predict what he might do, you just have to wait for the unexpected. This section in Last Chance is one of the best examples of just how diverse Dave’s riding is! I just watched this section again and was super stoked to see the grind to hop over manuel to bar over a gap. Take a look now and see whats your favorite clip, and get reminded why Dave is one of your favorite riders!
Just kidding! Andrew Brady met up with the Markit crew while on a trip in California and shot Connor and his ride for a bike check. And since the rest of the Markit crew was there, they lent a hand to keep things interesting! Head over to Ride’s site to check out the goods.
Dave has been traveling like mad this summer which makes it pretty much impossible to know where he is at any given time. Good thing for us email follows a person everywhere, so as long as your in reach of an internet connection your only a few seconds away. And because Dave is a master of locating internet connections, he was able to send through this update on his whereabouts! Click on the post to see more.
Just got back from a trip to Davenport Iowa. I went out there for a famous stars and straps demo at a opening for Tillys in a mall. It was a sweet ramp set up they had with 2 quarters a step up box and a spine. We did a hour demo and the locals were stoked cause you know they haven’t had something like that happen in their mall before!
Next up for me is Vans Kill the Line contest in France at the end of the month. Can’t wait for that!
Stevie has been Cali living for about a month now. So to give his Mystery Machine a strange and sunny makeover Stevie teamed up with Long Beach’s local fashionista, Mike Mastroni, to pretty up his ride. The two devised a scientifically sound paint job that came out so so sick! Click on the post and get a more in depth look at Stevie’s new ride!
Riding these days is on another level, and these two are perfect proof of that. I think every shot called was some unreal combo that sounded impossible and then one of these guys would just stomp it no problem. I always wonder when watching these edits if any one clip actually took some time or are they all pretty much first tries? Either way it’s all ridiculous.
These two sit down with Alli Sports to go head to head on some trivia questions. Some of the questions are general knowledge about each other, some are based on their common sponsor SE Bikes, but all of them elicit pretty funny responses from both guys. This edit doesn’t have any riding in it but it gives you a pretty good look at these guy’s personalities. Entertaining for sure!
To celebrate the release of Rob Wise’s new signature shoe, DC and Demolition are giving away 4 pairs of Rob’s shoe and 4 Rob Wise Monarch stems.
All you have to do is LIKE both, Demolition Parts and DC Shoes Facebook pages and SHARE THIS PHOTO.
Contest starts today the 9th and ends August 24th at 11p. Click image above to go BIG. Good luck guys!
Rob Wise, DC Shoes and us all helped work on a collab shoe for Rob awhile back and they’re now available through the DC Shoes site and at finer BMX mail order shops. The shoe came out awesome and I can’t think of a better candidate for a pro model shoe other than Rob. The promo above is classic Rob too, jumping a huuuuge roof gap with lightning in the background. Doesn’t get any more metal than that!
“Rob Wise is known for going big, and this 30 foot roof to roof gap (with a 1.5 foot step-up) is no exception. DC met up with Rob in Utah to film this insane gap, and talk to Rob about his new DC Pro Model Tactic shoe. For more info on Rob and his shoe, go to http://dcshoes.com/robwise.” – DC Shoes
Oh man, this lil’ teaser got me really excited to see Pat’s whole Hunt part. Those quick clips look insane!
One of my favorite people and riders, Chris Doyle just got up a new Duo Brand edit. Always can’t wait to see new riding from Doyle, he goes faster, bigger, and stretches every trick more every time I see him ride. Seeing some of those parks he rides in Raleigh looks pretty amazing too. On a little side note; Chris used my brothers band, Black Swan Runners for his song. A lil’ tear came down when I first heard it. Thanks Chris!
Seems like it’s “Bike Check Tuesday” here. The Union’s, Jeremy Pavia just put up a flipbook of Christian’s new United frame w/ all his Demolition parts. Check it out HERE.
Our very own speed demon, Kris Fox has up a full bike check feature w/ interview up at the RIDE BMX site. “I have known about Demolition as a company for YEARS. I have always been stoked on their product and they have had/have so many of my idols riding on their team, so being a part of their company is a dream come true.”- Kris Fox
Drew just returned from his European vacation where he spent a few weeks roaming around with the Griswold’s and filming for The Hunt. And because the internet over there just isn’t up to snuff, Drew had to wait till he got stateside before sending the bulk of his photos from the trip. The photos here are a few snaps from his time in Strasbourg and Amsterdam, including the above photo, where Drew has seemed to meet up with several locals that look to be his relatives… Here is what Drew had to say,
“From Strasbourg we headed to Amsterdam. The red light district is what it is but the city has a lot more to offer than that. We hopped on the ferry that took us to a little island with a nice little skatepark that made for a quick but fun session. We took another ferry to one of the best parks I have ever seen. It was located in the back of a giant shipbuilding hanger. We showed up as the park as the park was closing but the owner let us have a quick session for free.” -DH
Check back in a few days for the rest of the snaps from his European Vacation. Check out the photos after the jump
The term “underrated” gets thrown around a lot in bmx but when I think of one of the best underrated riders, Brett Walker’s name always comes to mind. Brett is one of those unique riders that doesn’t care about the industry or the limelight. He actually shuns it and stays to himself. He’s an absolute beast on and off his bike and is one of the coolest dudes we know. Now if we can just get him on a road trip…
Russ Barone shot a bike check recently with ESPN during a jam in the Bronx. Check the edit and find out what Barone is jammin on right HERE!
Turndowns are one of those tricks that just seems impossible for whatever reason, until you learn them and then they are one of the most fun and satisfying tricks in the game. Watch Ronnie in this new RIDE edit and learn one of the more classic and loved tricks in BMX!
When do you know you’ve made it to the big times? When your photo is made into a van wrap and your plastered on the side of a GT van!? Well I’m not sure what it means but it’s still pretty cool.
While over in Euro filming for his Hunt section, Drew Hosselton hooked up with Dig Magazine’s Fred Murray and shot this ride bike check. Head over to DIG to see the details.
Kris Fox and our good buddy Coco Zurita just got added to the Pull-In US team. JC Piere put together this awesome edit while the whole team was recently up at Woodward West. Kris comes through as always with his signature speed and flow and anytime there’s new footage of Coco, it’s a treat! Blasting huge airs on the mega ramp, flowing the vert ramp in every direction, and it never gets old seeing a classic tabletop 12+ feet out. The highlight of the video for me had to be Coco’s 180 gap out of the vert ramp. Check it out!
Kris Fox is one of the newest members of the Demolition family but he has certainly made a big impression in a short amount of time. There’s not a whole lot of words that can decsribe how smooth Kris is and how fast he rides, so let me stop trying so you can just go ahead and watch the madness. Enjoy!
Christian went on a rad trip earlier this summer with the United and Eclat teams. The trip took them up the length of California, from LB to SF, and the crew produced bangers along the entire way. Both these teams are so stacked how could it possibly be bad? It can’t be! Check the goods right here!
Mike Hucker Clark, Rob Wise and Chris Doyle were all on hand on this DC trip that took the crew half way across the country, this trip looked amazing! Between the insane demos they had and the crazy street clips in this edit it really looked to be one hell of trip. Highlights include Doyle’s lookback to Euro air, Rob’s over ice to back over fakie, as well as Hucker’s hangfive down a stair set at speed!! Watch it here now if you haven’t already and then head over to DC’s site to see more coverage from the trip.
Kris has that classic style that only most riders wish they had! Here he demonstrates his steeze by dipping a toboggan for all its worth on the dirt over at Woodward. Click the image for the full version and save as your new wallpaper! Be sure to keep an eye out for Kris’ Demolition edit which ought to be dropping any day now…
ABoy has been putting in work lately filming for the upcoming KINK DVD and from the sound of it his section is going to be amazing! Recently Aaron went out filming in the streets of Boston with Darryl Tocco and Tony Hamlin, Lee Hopkins was also on hand with the camera handy and snapped this sweet Euro air by our boy Blue, I mean Aaron Smith! Click the image to see the full version and head over to the KINK site to see more photos from the day.
A BIG congratulations goes out to Christian and Connor and the rest of the Ben Wallace team for taking the win at the first Mongoose Jam over at Woodward West. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bigger smile on Christians’s face, so stoked for those guys!!! Check out the RideBMX website for full coverage right HERE!
Kris Fox came through like a champ for Demolition’s first Woodward Week and this absolutely insane Nac Nac is just the tip of the ice burg. Kris has also been hard at work filming for a Demo web edit which is definitely going to turn some heads… Be sure to check out that edit when it posts sometime next week and also be sure to click this image to make it go BIG and save it as your new wallpaper!
Oh man this is pretty funny! This little clip from the TV show “American Guns” feature DC’s TM, Mike Aland, setting up a bet for Rob Wise to bunnyhop over 8 people in order to get half off a gun that Rob wanted to buy. If you didn’t know already, Rob is a gun nut for sure so I bet he was pretty stoked to get offered this bet that he could win in his sleep. Especially when it meant he had to pay $1500 less than ticket price for the gun!
We’re excited to announce that Demolition Parts will now be distributed in the UK by Elephant Distribution. Elephant is a brand new distributor, founded by the associate editor of The Albion magazine and our good friend, Steve Bancroft. Bikebiz.com just did an interview with Steve, where he officially introduces Elephant and shares his plans for the distribution. Reading the interview, you can really sense Steve’s passion for BMX. Elephant is getting things started with a Volume and Demolition UK Shop Tour, which will kick off towards the end of August. Stevie Churchill, Hucker, and Chris Doyle will all be on the tour, so stay tuned for more details. Demolition Parts will be available through Elephant starting in September. Contact Elephant via telephone at 01425 629039 or by email email@example.com. Check out the full interview HERE.
Kalin Law over at Woodward West snapped a couple of rad photos of Mike Hucker Clark and Kris Fox during our trip there a few weeks back. Both these guys have such their own unique style that photos of them always come out sick, and these are no different. Check out both the photos full size after the jump. Big thanks to Kalin Law for sending these bad boys over.
Doyle’s Anthem seat is looking so sick that we decided to throw together this online ad that features the man himself getting twisted in a seat-grap X-up 360 at Heath Pinter’s trails. Photo shot by yours truly (J.Cobbs). Check out the full size image by clicking the pic above.