Pro BMX legend DeMarcus Paul found a family and community through his chosen action sport.
Ever wondered what it takes to become an X games medalist and one of the most successful street BMX riders to date? Check out this new biography on Five Ten athlete Demarcus Paul where he gives you the scoop, in his own words.
Brad Simms and Demarcus Paul take to the streets of San Diego for the day. These two are both powerhouses in the sport and it's always impressive to see what they put together on an average day for them. Sorry about the audio issues, Subtitles were added... Enjoy.
Grinds are, arguably, the most fun thing you can do on a BMX outside of simply roasting something. Learning how to grind and what to grind on can definitely be daunting, but Demarcus Paul is here to run you through the basics...
Today, etnies proudly welcomes X Games Real BMX medalist DeMarcus Paul to the pro team! Joining the ranks of Nathan Williams, Tom Dugan, Chase Hawk, Jordan Godwin, Devon Smillie and Felix Prangenberg, DeMarcus will fit right in with the etnies’ squad.
Originally from Albany, Georgia, DeMarcus’ natural street style speaks for itself as he is known to lay down hammers with a casual approach and humble demeanor. In addition to his 2017 medal in X Games Real BMX, DeMarcus landed the coveted ender of the 2015 Volume 1 BMX film and the 2018 Our BMX “Headlights” video.
When ODI sends you a hefty box of grips and you don't have that many friends...whaddya do? Head to the local and force people you don't know (and a couple you do) to do some tricks for some grips. And we threw in a few tubes because we're nice.
Demarcus Paul - BMX STREET FINALS - PRO MEN: E-Fise HONOR 2020
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NAME: DeMarcus Paul
Hometown: San Diego, USA
Favorite Trick: 180s
Favorite Spot: The yellow walls in downtown San Diego
BIO: In the last eight years since DeMarcus Paul made the move from Albany, Georgia to San Diego, he’s
DeMarcus Paul on GT? You heard right! And we couldn't be more stoked! Getting Deemo on GT was literally, meant to be, as Product Manager Ben Ward put it, "When I first came on board with GT I made a short list of riders I wanted on the team and DeMarcus was on that list. At the time he was starting to blow up and got his first signature line by the time GT was in a good place to reach out. Not wanting to disrupt what he had going on, we decided to hold off. Low and behold 5 years later the opportunity presented itself to talk to DeMarcus and we had Jeff Z reach out. The rest is now GT history."