Vans celebrates the original characters from the animated film Toy Story in its new Disney•Pixar Toy Story collection. Vans showcases Andy’s favorite toys across an extensive assortment of adult and kids footwear as well as apparel and accessories this holiday season. Toy Story made its debut in 1995 mesmerizing generations of children and families everywhere with the tale of a group of toys who came to life when humans weren’t present. Vans revisits the nostalgic dynamic between the film’s leading characters, Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear, along with their group of friends for an exclusive collection of footwear, apparel and accessories. Woody is the source of inspiration for a trio of footwear options. The Sk8-Hi Reissue PT transforms elements of Woody’s iconic cowboy boots
Like most 2017 complete bikes from Premium, the Subway comes in two sizes: 20.5" or a 21" top tube. But with the size comes a different handlebar. 8.75" tall bars for the ones prefering a shorter bike and 9.0" tall for the taller riders out there. That right there saves you on buying an extra set of bars in the right size. The Premium Top Load stem keeps the bars in place and the FAT Capitol Pivotal seat keeps your ass from getting sore. The fully sealed wheels with Alienation PBR rims will keep this ride rolling for a long time. Pricetag you ask? $439.99.
The HARO Downtown 18 is a bike that will get a youngster between 8-12 hooked on BMX.
It's hard to believe that there was a time when beginners had to move from a 16" bike to a 20" BMX bike. The 18" Downtown bridges that gap. It just makes sense to have the right sized bike for anyone, especially in this age group where new BMX-ers are born.
The Haro Downtown has the right geometry, just scaled down from the 20" version. Leave that up to the folks at HARO Bikes, they've been in this game since day one.
The word Pura could be added to the La Vida complete bike from Premium. The 2017 model shows no complications so you can enjoy life in the purest form full of good sessions with no worries. The joy it will bring to you for only $ 549.99* is a steal. Full chromoly frame, forks and bars as well as cranks, FAT 2.4 CK tires and 28-9 gearing to get you up to speed for that big gap. Worth looking into for sure at your local Premium BMX dealer.
Ready, straight out of the box. We hear it all the time but this time it's true. No need to replace anything and if maintained properly, the DUO will hold up for years to come. You even have an option in colour, blue or green. Take a look at the photos for the exact blue and green, or better yet, visit a Premium BMX dealership.
-100% crmo frame with integrated head tube, Mid BB shell, integrated seat clamp and removable brake and cable mounts –
BMX Rider magazine is keeping it real. 84 pages in the latest issue and they've announced the release date for #27 already. Get involved, cooperate, contribute, lend a helping hand or pose. The print mags need everyone's support.
BMX Rider magazine issue 26: FAV 5: Andi Wohnig Interview: Roy van Kempen Selfmade How-To: Nosepress with Nico van Loon, Downside smith with Felix Stinshoff Events: Bielefeld City Jam, Ghetto Games Lettland, Woodstone 2.0 in Wendlestein Bikecheck: SundayBikes and Kink BMX Photostory: Banana project, Theatrestage in NRW etc. Short Talk: Valentin Moder
The September/October issue of RideBMX features an interview with Morgan Long, The Ramp II with Alex Donnachie and Kevin Kalkoff, Dennis Enarson: Down The Street, Éclat in Montreal, Tyler Fernengel, Christian Rigal, Julian Arteaga, Chase DeHart, and more… The team is keeping it rolling over there in SoCal. Six issues per year.
It’s a good thing that Morgan Long is no stranger to riding roofs, because this Long Beach spot is a lot harder to ride than it looks. With a super short runway, the 180 bar was kinda tricky, and the equally short landing zone made the roll out super sketchy. Morgan’s wheels actually came scarily close to the edge a few times while rolling out. Cover photo: Jeff Zielinski Subscribe. Print of Digital.