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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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!
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.
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!
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!!
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.
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.
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!
Dennis seriously murdered Texas Toast this year winning dirt and placing 2nd in street behind Chad Kerley, all the while keeping in the spirit Texas Toast by laughing and having a blast the whole time. It’s great to see Dennis have such a good time riding and kick ass doing it at the same time!! Congrats Dennis!! Oh ya and click on this photo of Dennis doing a rail-ride to SWITCH wip and check it out BIG! photo by Cobbs.
Day 3 and 4 of the trip are in the books and have kept up with the pace that this stacked crew set early on in the trip. Tuesday started off at a delicious bagel breakfast spot and ended at SuperFly’s jump in Long Island, Keyko. Those trails were rad and the locals all came out to chill with us and have some laughs. Can’t thank Supes enough for letting the crew get out there and session for the afternoon.
Yesterday brought us to Action Wheels in Bethlehem, PA. Those dudes we sooo sick and have such a solid scene that they made us feel right at home as soon as we got there. We hung out at the shop for a bit, signing autographs and giving out stickers, until we all rolled down the road to the local skate plaza for a session with the locals. Once there we saw one of the craziest bunnyhop contests ever where one kid sheered his stem clean off and then we ended the session with a little rain and a product toss. HUGE thanks goes out to Action Wheels and the awesome dudes that run that shop for their hospitality and for showing us such a great time!!
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!!
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.
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,
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.
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.
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
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
Click more for a full gallery of pics.
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 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.
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.
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!
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
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.
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!
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.
Woodward West has a great story featuring Gabe Brooks, his life as a gymnast, and how he relates gymnastics to his current life as a pro BMXer. Check it out right HERE! Photo courtesy of Kalin Law.
Woodward Week is over but Tate and Rob didn’t fly back to SLC till Sunday night. So we cruised around Southern California, hit up some schools, ate some mexican food and waited for their flight to come around. We even got to pay a visit to this famous Castillo spot. Rob felt inspired so he fired out this timeless fufanu to pay tribute to a Legendary school. Check the rest of the photos from the day after the jump.
Woodward week has come to an end and I can’t even begin to think about all the fun we had throughout the week, huge thanks goes out to Woodward as well as all the Demo riders that came out to make it a sucsessful week. After we left camp, Rob, Tate and I headed out towards Bakersfield for some spot searching. We found a few decent things but for sure the highlight of the day was Dewar’s Ice Cream shop. This place was awesome, check out what Rob dared to order after the jump!
Leave it to Tate to bring a new move to an old setup. Tire slide to 180 off the pole jam in the hanger.
The first thing Stevie did when he got in camp was put on a demo by himself in the outdoor street section. The result of which is this ridiculous truck driver over the bank to flat for the Photo of the Day.
Sad day at camp for some and a happy day for others. Russ, Chris, Aaron and Gabe all had to say their goodbyes today as they are heading back home. Everybody had an awesome time so although they were bummed to say goodbye they were excited to come back sometime soon. And with one crew leaving another arrives. A few hours after the guys left, Tate, Rob and Stevie arrived at camp for their turn at camp life. Check the rest of the day’s photos after the jump
Day 4 here at Woodward and the crew is really settling into camp life and making good friends with some of the campers. A ton of awesome riding went down today but I’d have to say the highlight of the day was the long jump contest. It was a sight to see some of the campers hit this little kicker at full sprint, luckily there were no wrecks and tons of entertainment! The crew settled in early to ensure best view of the action while maintaining the most comfort in the shade! Check out the photos from the rest of the day after the jump
It’s day 3 of Woodward Week and things are really heating up, so much so that Hucker decided to blast Gabe in the face while watering the dirties. If you can’t tell by the photos, the crew is having waaaayyyyy too much fun out here at Woodward West. We can’t thank the camp enough for all the fun we’ve been having. Check the rest of the photos from the day after the jump
It’s day 2 of Woodward Week and the session is going off at camp. The campers are super cool and the crew is having an awesome time riding and laughing with everyone, it seems like every session is more fun than the last. And in the midst of it all Hucker filmed this ridiculous bar ride line through the entire camp, just wait till you see the clip! Check out the rest of the photos from the day after the jump!
It’s the day before we head out to Woodward and we decided to ride some street in the 909 with Biz Enns, and Dillewaard. Counting those three, we had 7 demo riders all together today which is so sick, left to right we got Dillewaard, Aboy, Enns, Doyle, Gabe, Russ, Mastroni(Demo Filmer) and BIZ. These guys all have some serious riding skills, but they can also bust chops with the best of them, so you know there were plenty of good laughs and good riding throughout the day. Check out more photos from the day after the jump.
Next week is Demolition’s first ever Woodward week so Doyle, Aboy and Russ Barone flew out a few days early to cruise around Southern California and have some fun before heading out to Woodward for more fun. Check out the photos from the first day of fun after the jump.
I know Throwback Thursday is an Instagram thing but who cares right?! Earlier in the week I posted this photo of Christian Rigal ice grinding a kinker rail from a trip that we did to Vegas a few years back. Well this photo of Rob and Dennis was shot during that same trip and gives you some kind of idea of what kind of fun we were getting into. Dennis was sessioning this wheelchair gap by his lonesome so Rob, being the good friend that he is, got in the mix and gave his support. I didn’t notice it at the time but Dennis is about 4 inches away from giving Rob a concussion! Never a dull moment with these guys…
What better way to celebrate 4th of July than with some sun , watermelon, and icepick grinds?!! Thats why I decided to post this photo of Denis Enarson icepick grinding off his roof in a watermelon costume, as seen in Demolition’s LAST CHANCE! HAPPY 4th of JULY to all you from us here at Demolition Parts!!
I was digging through my hard drives again and came across this photo that I shot of Christian Rigal while on a trip we took to Vegas in 2009. The trip was awesome and I have always loved this photo so I decided to post the photo and ask Christian his take on that trip to Vegas.
” Our trip to Vegas to film for LAST CHANCE will always be one that stands out to me. We had an awesome crew, rode some amazing spots. We spent most of the trip going out at night and riding with the lights and generators till early morning hours. We got great footage and in the midst of it all, had a lot of great times. I’d do that trip all over again anytime!” -Christian Rigal
George Marshall met up with Chris late last year for two weeks to shoot all things Doyle for an article in The Albion. It seems as if they shot more than they needed for the article because The Albion just posted this rad gallery with the overflow from the trip. The gallery highlights Doyle’s dialed hair, his experiences at dew tours, and how he gets muddy with his dog on Sunday mornings. Be sure not to miss this one!
Pat Casey went absolutely nuts this year at X Games Park and landed himself in 3rd place! I know Pat is totally stoked and we are stoked for him!! Check out one of Pat’s park final runs over at ESPN. Your the man Pat.
Tate has got an awesome rapid response feature up on the DIG SITE. Hit the LINK to get inside the head of one of the most creative riders in BMX and learn more about our good buddy, Tate Roskelley.
Mike has got a bike check slideshow up on the S&M site, which goes over the details of his ride while Huck checks out chicks with his trusty telescope. Good stuff.
Aaron Smith went out for a session on the streets of Boston the other day and came back with this sweet snap to show for it. Click the image to go big. Big thanks to Lee Hopkins for being on point with the trigger finger.
Connor made the trip up north to hang and shred the yard last week. Mastroni and him started working on a product edit and I ended up poaching this sick turndown fakie shot. Click pic to go BIG.
The further into 2012 we get the more and more I’ve been seeing Stevie’s name. Between throwing down at every contest, getting the Xgames invite, and the slew of edits that have been coming out, 2012 is shaping up to be Stevie’s year! So why not put a sweet photo of him up on the site for your new wallpaper? Stevie Churchill, with a barspin to ice on a perfect hubba somewhere in California. Click the image to go big and save.
You saw the clip in his product rundown of the Machete tire. If you haven’t seen it, watch it. Now here is the photo of Ronnie boosting a super high invert out of a mellow-banked wall ride, I love this guys riding! Click the photo to go big and save as your new wallpaper.
Our new Grass Roots rider, Grant Germain came by to ride the backyard ramps and we ended up with this sweet fakie barspin. Click pic to go BIG!
I don’t know about you but I love posters. They used to cover pretty much every inch of my room and I can remember just staring at them any time I wanted to get stoked to ride. So I have to say that for me the coolest part about shooting photos is when, if ever, they get made into posters. I can’t say how stoked I am to have gotten to shoot the new Demolition posters of my good friends, Connor Lodes doing a hang five to whiplash and Ronnie Napolitan, throwing a twisted X-up whip on dirt. Both posters are now available for purchase HERE. Click on the images for desktop wallpapers and get stoked!
Recently Kirs Fox teamed up with Matt Lingo for a quick SoCal sesh. The pair headed out to Sheep Hills which resulted in this cool gallery up on Matt’s Blog site.
DIG recently did a Rapid Response feature with Demolition Pro rider, Jason Enns. If you haven’t already read through it, check it out right HERE. Photo shot by Michael Headford.
It always amazes me how some guys can hop so damn high. Biz has always been that guy that can hop high out of anything. The above picture is a prime example of what I’m talking about. He originally just wanted a cool pic of him hopping the cone from a double peg grind but after doing it a number of times and clearing the cone by 3′, Enns (holding the cone above) decided we had to show how high he really is going. Keep in mind that Enns is around 6′ tall and Biz is hopping out of a grind. Click pic to go BIG!
Defgrip just put up a photo gallery from Empire of Dirt with some shots of Hucker and this awesome one of Doyle clicking a massive turn-down. Check out the rest of the shots by Rutger Pauw and Nathan Gallagher over on Defgrip.
We all saw the awesome edit that Ronnie put out last week that showed him killing a set of trails at night in the middle of the woods. If you didn’t see that edit, catch up with the rest of us by watching now. Markit just released the photo gallery from that session which shows what all went into lighting up a set of trails at night along with all the rad action that Ronnie threw down once the trails were lit. Take a look at the goods right HERE.
RIDE US just put up a cool wallpaper pic of Hucker on their site. Click the above image to go big or check the full res on the RIDE site.
Christian graces the cover of the 2013 United BMX Catalog with a huge grind to gap over the L. Christian is a grinding machine! Check the read deal over at the United site.
Gabe is an absolute BEAST! This gem was shot at the recent Chad Kerley Comp, Grind to Superman completely extended! Photo courtesy of David Leep over at DIG.
There is a cool feature with Biz called Through the Lens over at The Union. It dives into the behind the scenes action and info of a photo that biz shot with BMX photographer Jeremy Pavia. Take a look and find out what it takes to shoot a professional Pavia photo.
Mike “Rooftop” Escamilla came through today to get some stuff and ride the backyard ramps. Gabe just so happened to be riding too and both of them came up with the following scenario. Never a dull moment when Rooftop is around.