The world’s most talented BMX riders will venture to the southern coast of Malaga to compete in the second stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series at the internationally renowned Ruben Alcantara Skatepark, a bmx rider’s dream terrain, featuring dynamic opportunities for speed and flow.
We can check off another road trip down in the books. My little brother Matty, Big Boy and myself drove 12 hours down to South Bend Indiana to head out to the kitchen skatepark for a crazy BMX contest. Big Boy drove thru the night and to my surprise we survived. Today is day one of the contest, and we have beginner, intermediate, expert, and pro.
It’s easy to see Erik Elstran is a free spirit. Take one look at whatever colorful and delightfully eccentric outfit he’s sporting at any given moment (that he probably sewed himself), and it’s pretty clear this guy isn’t trying to run with the herd. Watching him ride, it’s even easier to appreciate the breadth of Erik’s fertile imagination. Erik can do whatever he wants on his bike, and he chooses not to do what everyone else is doing. Erik could be a tech rail master or flat ledge god if he wished, stacking the usual tricks in new and innovative ways and linearly progressing BMX in standard increments, but he is destined for so much more.
Jake Seeley got the hell out of snowy upstate New York recently and made his way out to LA for some fun in the sun. He got to sample a grip of sick spots and enjoy 'em with a bunch of his fellow East Coast and Midwest homies. - Guest clips include Stevie Churchill, Mark Burnett, Grant Castelluzzo, Lahsaan Kobza, Brandon Begin, Dan Kruk, Mike Hinkens, & Scott Marceau.
American-Made Journey of the Madera BMX Bantam CranksTake a look at how Madera BMX makes BMX parts in-house in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. The newest product from Madera BMX is: The Madera Bantam 22mm 3-Piece Crankset
The world‘s most significant Freestyle BMX Event – SNIPES BMX COLOGNE – will take place July 22nd & 23rd . Year 33 will be all about „CELEBRATING BMX“ we continue to follow our own maxim of bringing the sport and the festival back once again. As always the aim is to bring the fun as well as the fascinating easiness of the sport back into the focus of our riders as well as our spectators.