Dudes being dudes that are stoked on bikes with some Slaughterama background noise and other randomness. Solid vibes from FBM once again!
I may not be a BMX lifer but the Dig BMX Logo has always been visually engaging to me. Growing up in the metal, punk and hardcore scenes, I always found it relevant. Four fists and a chainring (sorry, sprocket), how simple. But what’s the meaning behind it?
Head over to Defgrip to see what Dig’s editor-in-chief, Will Smyth has to say…
One of the best cycling magazines is slowly uploading its catalog online for your viewing pleasure. Did I mention it’s free? Check out the Albion Issue 8 above!
I don’t have a kid but part of me wants to buy this frame anyway, just so when I do have a kid, they’ll have a piece of American steel to ride around on. If you have a son or a daughter that could fit on this 12″ BMX from FBM, I suggest you pick it up!
See more at FBM.
Photo by Cody Nutter
Mikey Luplow is one of the most metal motherfuckers in BMX right now. His signature Mutiny frame, the Doom Wizard is out in August and in prep for the summoning, he and Cody Nutter have been working on the right incantations. Which, at the moment seems to be absolutely crushing the streets of Austin, Texas. I can’t wait to see what these two cook up…
Check out more at Mutiny.
BMXFU is one of those series in BMX that continuously delivers and their newest trailer for the forthcoming DVD FU666 shows how.
It’s Wednesday and I know everyone’s craving some stoke time. Here’s the latest from FBM!
It’s so nice to be able to check out vimeo now and what a video to lead into the week.
“Vagabond Ritual is an FBM feature film, with some of the most colorful characters in BMX traveling to and riding some of the best spots; Kona, Philly, NYC, Little Rock, Austin, Tucson, Sasquatch Canyon and Beyond! Get in the van and see what happens when Ruel Smith, Kenny Horton, the Ginch Bros, Jackson Allen, Eric Hennessey and the FBM crew and friends let loose on America’s freeways…”