Eleven-year-old, Japanese shredder, Kairi Yamada, rides with style way beyond his years. The kid has so much swag that the Van Homan took it upon himself to hit us up this time last year (while based in Tokyo working on the 2020 Olympics), to tell us about a young kid who was crushin' the Bashi Burger ramps... and the rest is history.
Ten-year-old Caiden is a champion BMX athlete racking up big wins, and big air, all over the world. Caiden shares how he first started dirt biking when he was just 1 years old, and reveals which tricks he is working toward next, including a triple backflip!
Yuo Hayakawa is a young shredder from Nagaoka Niigata, Japan. You may be familiar with his older brother who has made his mark on the World scene from the confines of his indoor spot, well his younger brother, youngest of three brothers/riders is following in the footsteps of his two older brothers and really showing us the depth of his bag of tricks in this Welcome to IGI Edit!
The Vans x SE Bikes collaboration just keeps getting better! SE Racing are getting ready to release the Vans LiL' Ripper, the perfect bike for kids, as well as BMX dads who want to ride a rad pit bike!
Only 250 of these super-limited bikes will be available in the USA, and they are individually numbered on the inside of the rear dropout.
In America, the Vans LiL' Ripper will ONLY be available on the official SEBIKES.com starting today, November 30th. You better be quick, as these are sure to sell out quickly.
Still shopping for the ultimate bmX-Mas present? Two more photos inside. Vans has matching shoes for this bike too. Look 'em up.
After an amazing first digital edition in 2020 that shone a light on talent from around the world, FISE once again reinvented the concept and launched the E-FISE Junior by Hot Wheels, dedicated to the next generation of action sports talent. From July 12 to September 1, more than 345 young people joined the contest. The average age of participants was 12 years old, with girls making up 30% of the entrants. 35 nations from around the world were represented in four disciplines:
BMX, Skateboard, Roller and Scooter Freestyle. With more than 500 videos posted, 5 million videos viewed, 110 000 votes and more than 20 million social media impressions, the bet to reach the biggest world is once again successful.