The Come Up made a video of one of my all-time favorite BMX riders getting creative on the streets of Minneapolis. Just watch it!
Peter Binkley and Jeremiah Smith further explore how 3D printed prosthetics can get a kid on a BMX bike in part two of this series.
The science of prosthetics has risen to an almost science fiction level of reality, with feats like this story hitting headlines on almost the regular now…
Benedict’s video, featuring some of the women BMX shredders in Austin really makes me miss that town. Nina, you rule! Do not miss this video!
Red Bull has been on a roll with their recent videos and their latest, Kaleidoscope is trippy!
Oh man… this is too good! Watch as Corey Bohan, Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark and Leanna Curtis take it back to the 80’s in this bit of rad atavism.
The world of production frame building isn’t limited to road, cross, or MTB frames. There are a handful of individuals who still believe in the domestically-produced, handmade BMX frame. Mike Laird is one of those people. Check out this profile on the BMX pro, welder, machinist, father, and metal head owner of Laird Frame.
Sandy Carson is a living legend in the world of BMX photography and over the years, his interest in other forms of cycling has evolved from his obsession with 20″ wheels. Check out this interview with Fairdale highlighting his life on the bike.
This blew my mind…
Benedict from For the Love of Mud recently was in Austin for an extended period of time with work. While here, he shot video of a few local female BMX rippers and just released a short teaser for the project. I can’t wait to see the full cut!