We took a trip to State College, PA to meet up with AV from Grindworks BMX and Work team rider Brad Gibbs. The day was pretty darn productive so we decided a day edit was in order. Brad is rider the "Easy Street" Frame, Tom is on the "Squirrel Catcher", and John is on the "Tempest"
Yes, it’s true, The Rye Airfield park and all of the land around it is for sale. Beau Lambert explains: "We were going to make this public on April 13th this year but we also knew that so many of our young customers had already had a rough go with remote learning and massive social changes. Losing what many consider their 2nd home would just add to it. There are so many reasons behind this decision but Covid is unfortunately the final straw for us to make this information public.
1) - Operate with sessions, currently referred to as training sessions with a coach on hand all the time to meet Covid standards, until a sale can be made. This could happen as fast as a couple months or take more than a year. We will stay open as long as we are not going into debt.
2) - If a sale doesn’t take place and we are still covering costs we will stay open until April 13th, 2022. It was always our goal to make it at least 20 years.
3) - If demand isn’t there for us to operate under current restrictions we will close the doors, that could be at anytime. IF sessions sell out we will keep adding them to meet demand.
Perry Kramer PK Ripper 27,5" review. The Perry Kramer signature bike is a great wheelie bike it's very stable and has some great parts on it. The thing that I like the most are the hydraulic brakes, they work very well and you don’t have to pull that hard to brake which means that you can wheelie longer. The other thing that I like is the color way, the silver and black is really nice and gives the bike a clean look.
Installing it was easy, after about 20 minutes the bike was ready to go. The only thing that I didn’t like were the Oakley grips. They look cool but after a full session you can see the pattern in your hand. But that’s a minor thing, after some sessions they get softer and more comfortable.
Oh boy, well here is more Finger BMXing haha. It's not anymore successful than it ever has been for me but I hope you enjoy watching me struggle! I at least did it on a different terrain; an actual skatepark! haha.
Motivated by their own DIY ethos, the Halahan boys take a closer look at Paul's Boutique in Cleveland, OH. Long time friend and mentor Paul Radosevich walks the boys through what it took to make it happen. The unique spot fits Paul's riding style perfectly. Tight transitions, lots of lines and safety hazards in a hide away locale that connects to Rays Bike Park.