Hang-10, no-footed nose wheelie, what difference does it make? If you don't know what either one is, simply follow the step by step in the comic. It's quite comical actually so make sure to peek in and read the whole page. And don't forget to wear your fullface. Zonder Helm, Kop Kapot!
Earlier this week The Wildman posted up a "how-to" on Instagram. He was doing a manual in some exotic country. The funny thing was, he looped out and fell on his ass. He still posted it up and I thougt that was cool. The how-to of today shows you what to do to prevent from looping out. We trust the Wildman can do a manual, just make sure the rim isn't wet.
DC Shoes is pleased to announce its partnership with Brooklyn based Artist KEVIN LYONS for its latest Artist Project. Offering a full collection that crosses from the street to the mountain. The DC x Kevin Lyons collection marks the most extensive collaborative project to date for the DC brand, offering a full collection of technical snowboard outerwear including a snowboard to street wear apparel, accessories and a DC skateboarding shoe featuring premium leather and suede upper with DC’s trade market “Pill Pattern” tread.
To celebrate the launch of the collection, Kevin Lyons will be
After the introduction page it is now time to get to work on the manual. The coach gives tips to the girl on how to coast on the rear wheel. Tomorrow we will bring you the next page so for now you will have to do with the page below. The comic was translated from French to English. Hope you can follow the steps.
Well done BMX comics are hard to find. Nicolas Curie showed me one over in Pessac, France during the Vibrations Urbaines contest. He sent me the English version of a few pages. This one explains how to do a manual on a BMX bike. A Step-By-Step in a different style. Check the page inside.
The Texas Toast crew had a plan for Friday night. With the help of Bell Helmets an auction was held to benefit the Athlete Recovery Fund. 20 Bell helmets ended up in the hands of (BMX related) artists who turned them into interesting pieces which were being sold to the big crowd by Leland Thurman. It was an amazing night with amazing people and helped out the ARF in the end.
On October 2nd the “Museum of Extreme” opened its gates for the first time in Stockholm. At nightfall the Killer Loop Van stopped in the middle of the scenic Rålambshovsparken where by means of Kinect projection mapping a spectacular public interactive installation turned the place into a virtual museum. The exhibition showcased the extraordinary photos of Daniel Månsson (SWE), one of the world’s most loved and respected action sports photographers, who was at site himself and revealed deeper insights into his work.
The Burning Ink event started in the afternoon with a unique demo by the Euro and French DC Skate Teams at the Plainpalais skatepark under a nice bright sun. From 6 pm, the public, which counted over 450 enthusiastic people, gathered at the Square Gallery to enjoy art, beer, pasta and Sailor Jerry cocktails .
Many participating artists were present, and it is with the exceptional « breathing fire » helmet created by Collectif Next Door that the Burning Ink Ceremony started around 8.30pm, spreading emotion and good vibes into the Geneva’s night .
A lot of helmets presented in the frame of the Braincover Art Show have been bought. It was a great success! And all proceeds will be donated to the following Charity:
INDIAN LARRY in memory of Indian Larry Motorcycle's Bob Seeger's Son, Aidan.
DLF The machine , the unique and wellknown motorbike created
This year's Hall of Fame Scholarship Auction is stacking up to be the biggest and best ever - with art contributions coming in from across the world. For the past six years, the National BMX Hall of Fame has held a silent auction in conjunction with their have BMX Art from every major BMX artist - from Bob Haro to Craig Hooper, Jim Koch to Christophe Boul, Carl Lein to Damian X Fulton, Todd Todd E. Betts to his son Bryce Betts and Austin Steele, along with some awesome photography prints by famed photographers such as Pull magazine's Jason McGuire, to Hall of Famer's Windy Osborn, gOrk and the late, great Russ Okawa. During this year's Hall of Fame induction ceremony, we will be awarding Marian University student Tyler Whitfield the first Hall of Fame scholarship. Tyler was chosen for his combined scholastic GPA, dedication to the sport, as well as his mad skills on a BMX bike and National Championship and future Olympic potential.
The Bitter End, an exhibition by American Artist Jason Jägel, and Curated by Arkitip will be up at The Hub in Paris from September 12th to November 15th, 2013. The exhibition launch will be on September 12th from 6pm to 9pm at The HUB, 15 rue Montorgueil, 75001 Paris.
Jason Jägel was born in Boston (Massachussetts) in 1971 and is now based in San Francisco. He graduated from the California College of Arts and Crafts and Stanford University. Jägel's work has been exhibited in many solo and collective shows in New York,