With a partnership dating back to the early 1980’s, Vans brings forth the third installment of Vans x Peanuts designs, highlighting characters from Charles M. Schulz’s beloved Peanuts gang. Using vintage illustrations from the late ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s, Vans designers bring “Off The Wall” elements to iconic Peanuts moments that remain true to Vans’ unique design aesthetic. The Vans x Peanuts collection of footwear, apparel and accessories launches worldwide June 2.
The Vans x Peanuts collection features six core designs across a variety of silhouettes within the Vans Classics, Surf and Apparel collections. Peanuts protagonist, Charlie Brown, kicks off the collection quite literally as he is seen on a men’s pocket tee and raglan pushing his way on skateboard in pair of Old Skools. Cop his steez with a pair of Old Skools outfitted in yellow canvas and black suede, showcasing a chevron Sidestripe and “Good Grief” embroidered atop the tongue of each shoe.
New ride for Bram van der Heijden, built by Paul's Boutique BMX. Check the brand new BSD! -BSD Passenger Frame 20.8" Stainless -BSD Acid Fork Stainless -BSD Passenger Handlebars 8.75" Stainless -BSD Stem Stacked Black -BSD Headset Low Black -BSD Seatpost 185mm Black -BSD Seat Kevlar Slinger FAT Black SALE! -BSD Cranks XL 175mm Stainless
Today the new issue of BMX Rider magazine will be available at your favourite book store in Germany/Switzerland and Austria. Or if you're about to hop on the train, make sure to grab a copy at the newsstands and enjoy that train ride reading #29 of BMX Rider. 84 pages this time and full of BMX stuff. Here's what you can expect: BMX Rider Magazine #29 -Simple Session 17 report straight outta Tallinn. -Photo story: Somewhere and nowhere. With Courage Adams, Bernat Via and Ismael Ibañez -Joeri Veul (NED) gets in the spotlight -Sietse van Berkel (NED) interview -Janos Baars (NED), Koen de Laat (NED) and Frank Nabuurs (NED) have some night sessions when everyones asleep -Mike Würzinger shows you two tricks: The Tailwhip Air and the Tireslide -SlayerTom mentions his FAV5's -BMX Rider covers the Night Harvest event from South Africa -The photo Gallery is huge (Levi Weidmann (NED) gets a double page spread)
Its crazy to me how quickly Josh pulls his tricks. Every thing in this edit was 1st or 2nd take. Right now Josh is running the 20.8 silver Wizard frame with snafu parts. It was Raining very heavy the day we planned to film so we set up to meet at THE VILLAGE skate park and we finish so quickly that the local kids were still in Class. Massive thanks to Chris at the Village.
The Premium Inspired looks the part. So if you're on a limited budget but still want a bike with the right geometry and looks, the Inspired has you covered. the 20.5" toptube indicates that this 2017 Complete bike caters to the smaller/younger riders out there. The Premium Team grips, Premium Kinetic plastic pedals and Premium alloy topload stem will make your friends only a little bit jealous and wait until they see the Premium CK tires in 2.4" size front and read. That padded Premium seat isn't a bad idea either. Two colour options available. Check the pics and then pick your favourite.
There are no two ways about it: Dave Mirra was the spark that revitalized Haro in the mid 1990s. Gone were the days of Bob Haro and Ron Wilkerson behind the brand's direction -- it was now Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist designing complete bikes that were affordable, high quality and available worldwide to a new legion of BMX fans. A few years later, the X Games hit, and suddenly, Dave Mirra's signature Haro was on every TV screen of an ESPN subscriber, and demand for his signature bikes and components sky rocketed. Mirra remained an esteemed member of the Haro team through the end of 2006, and then started his own brand, Mirraco, for the remainder of his BMX career. But the majority of Mirra's accomplishments at the top of the sport were done on a signature Haro, and it's where most of us remember him best.