David “G-RÄF” Graf is a Swiss BMX champion with a talent for shredding fat bikes! This one’s great. Thanks for sharing this video, Justin.
Some dirt, some park and a girl that rips both!
… and here’s Ride BMX’s dirt finals highlights. Damn, it looked like an insane year for Toast!
There was just too much going on this weekend in Austin for me to make it out to Texas Toast. Luckily for all of us though, Ride BMX was out with their video crew, capturing all the highlights. Here’s street finals…
This video may address him as Ted James, but I know him as Super Ted. I’m stoked to see an old friend like Ted making moves in the BMX framebuilding world over in the UK. Also, don’t miss his piece on the RideUKBMX blog!
As someone who is constantly looking at how other videographers and photographers capture cycling, the Make it Happen video caught my eye. Sent to me by George Marshall of the Albion this project is worth checking out, in its full glory.
“Make It Happen’ is a global BMX project by rider Greg Illingworth, filmer Will Evans and photographer George Marshall. Over 14 months Greg travelled the globe with a hand picked group of the world’s best riders. They all shared one simple idea – explore, ride, document. Destinations: China, Argentina, South Africa Riders: Greg Illingworth, Gary Young, Tammy Mccarley, Brian Kachinsky, Ed Zunda, Josh Harrington, Kevin Kalkoff, Paul Ryan, Ben Hennon, Matt Priest, Matthias Dandois and Maxime Charveron. The Make It Happen book and video are the culmination of their travels. Book by George Marshall Film by Will Evans Project management by Greg Illingworth Logo design by Rob Loeber Make It Happen is supported by: Vans, Mongoose, Monster Energy, Snafu, The Albion and Fox.”
Also, don’t forget to see the Make it Happen booklet online for free.
Here’s a skillfully and thoughtfully shot BMX edit in the new Précisions series being featured on Defgrip by Naive Studios. I love watching videos like this because it’s just as much about the spaces as it is the riding.
Thanks for sharing this video Jon!
I love the vibes in this and respect the hell out of both companies involved. Making bikes and components in America ain’t easy, but they sure to make it look fun!
No one ever said it was easy to make frames in the USA. This new video from FBM showcases their framebuilding process and their new digs. Nice one guys!
The cover of the Austin Chronicle yesterday was so killer. In celebration of the X-Games, they featured Mike Santana and 9th Street. I gotta pick up a copy.
Sniped this from Mutiny’s blog.