My neighbor went to the MXoN last weekend and sent a bunch of pics and clips of motocross bikes playing in the sand. He also added this one, a perfect fit for today's Pin Up section. It's a party of six. Which one do you like most?
The third Recon Tour PRO event took place this past weekend in New Hampshire at the world famous Rye Airfield. The competition was fierce attracting some of the biggest names in BMX from around the world. Flipping his way to the PRO win and $5K was “The Dingo” himself, Andy Buckworth. Right on his heels was Daniel Sandoval taking home second place with $2.5K, and the young gun Colton Walker grabbed third earning himself $1K. “When Jamie Bestwick who is the most iconic BMX athlete in the world is
The fans have spoken and Shadow is stoked to announce that the third full-length video “What Could Go Wrong?” is now available in an additional 24 countries on iTunes! The Shadow Conspiracy localized the video to French, German, and Spanish allowing the video to be sold wherever those languages are spoken, barring any sort of additional regulation! Please see the list below for the exact releases and get stoked as the NORA Cup winning “What Could Go Wrong?” comes to a country near you!
“What Could Go Wrong?” is available on iTunes in the following countries:
1. United States
Last Thursday, The Hub has hosted the launch of the new range of mobile phones accessories developed by BigBen. Lots of media and visitors have come to discover this new range and meet the artists, The Mmav, who curated this special day at the Hub and also started a live drawing while he was in Paris.
On 8-10 of October, from Thursday to Saturday, during the Russian stage of Gran Prix Formula 1 in Sochi, large international competition on BMX-freestyle in park and street disciplines «XSA Invitational» will be held in the territory of the Olympic Park. The competition will take place in the largest skate-park in Eurasia, which was built by the team «XSA ramps» 4 months ago. The skate-park occupies the square of a half of a football pitch (85x25 meters) and is divided into two parts. The first part is intended for shows and competitions on BMX- freestyle and rollers of different levels in park discipline and the second one is a street-park, which imitates street architecture with steps, sides and handrails of different height.