In celebration of Profile Racing's 50th anniversary, owner and founder, Jim Alley, invites us into the company's original Florida location where some sections of this dark and dusty industrial cave have been sealed off since 2004. Over time, this building (appropriately named "The Dungeon" by employees) has become a time capsule; a host to historical artifacts capturing Profile's legacy in both the automotive and bicycle industry.
Since he was a kid, Ooti Billeaud had wanted a backyard BMX ramp, but neither his parents nor future landlords were interested, so when he finally purchased land in New Orleans his first plan was to build a ramp. Unfortunately, the city told him if he built a ramp before building a house they would confiscate his land so he built a small house and a very big ramp.
How To Build The Coastin' Ramp - Flybikes. Flybikes has always seen things a little differently, taken its own approach and thought outside the box, not only with the team they’ve built or product they produce, but also the content they’ve put out. One such piece of content was a video where the focus was of a team that that saw the simplicity in riding, hanging out together by finding an every day object to ride, in this instance a “pallet” and dragged it around the city to make “almost spots” into completely fun rideable spots. Ultimately, ending a day of amazing riding using the pallet itself as firewood to keep warm and cook food over. Those were fun times and amazing memories for the team...
BMX budget build challenge! This time we are going to attempt to build a quarter pipe that we could ride BMX bikes on and do awesome tricks while keeping the cost under $100! We designed an awesome ramp and we make a how to about building the ramp! After the ramp is complete the guys get on their bikes and start riding and the tricks began straight away! The boys landed a barspin, a tail whip, 360, 540, and even a flair on their BMX bikes! Big Boy even learned a new trick at the end of the video!
I had the idea to combine a handtruck with a bike a couple weeks ago and when I found a cheap handtruck on ebay this week, I decided to give it a try. The solution to replace the front wheel of the bike with one of the handtruck wheels solved ALL the problems I had trying to figure out the stearing system. I can tell you it rides even better than it looks. this bike will stay with me forever :) not only for getting beer and drinks, i think it will be perfect to transport packages to the postoffice or getting new gas bottles and stuff like that. the coaster brake is plenty strong to stop the bike even with a case of beer on it.