This was originally supposed to be segment on USL(RIP) with the "Thank You" boys from the 951. Not sure If "Thank You" is still an active thing at the moment but this day was too fun to stay unreleased. Featuring Jack Hennicke, Nathan Buechler, Joul Buechler, Tyler Veatch, Bryan Wilson, and Beau Harmon.
More coverage from the 'Legends Of The Fall' Jam, this time we've got the Highest Wallride and Street Best Trick. Thank you to the people that helped make this event happen. BMX has a long history in Milwaukee, so to see the community come together like this again was super special.
James Pease is a beast, but we already knew that! While filming for Tear Da Club Up this clip became a bit of a struggle. From rain to crashes, going back a few months later, Jimmah didn't give up till the clip was done... Tear Da Club Up Bish
A compilation of 2 years worth of Instagram clips, repurposed into a raw YouTube video. I shoot most of my Instagram content with a regular camera at either a 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio, then crop it vertically for reels. This video showcases a lot of those clips in their original state.
Your favorite tech biker's favorite tech biker.... Matt Nordstrom. Nordy has years worth of meltage all oooey gooey on his Insta. And in recent months, we've mocked up a few different versions of compiling them for your mind-melting pleasure. With his new frame and updated bar out now...
Filming at night is nothing new in BMX, but what isn't really explored is the reasons for doing it. Some places are so hot, the most comfortable time to ride is at night. More densely populated areas are often so bustling that the best time to be productive is when the average bystander has gone to bed. And for many, the only way to make time for BMX is when you punch out for the day and somehow still have the drive to pedal even after the sun has gone down. After becoming a dad, I learned that I was still very motivated to ride, but had to adapt to new responsibilities in order to keep the stoke alive. I began riding at night more often, despite not having a lot of decent spots, a well-lit skatepark or many others to ride with. Although far from perfect, night time sessions allowed me to balance a new phase of my life as well as make time to enjoy what I love to do.
Gradually, the sessions became less isolated and the stoke started to spread to others. Trips over the hill to ride in San Jose or other nearby cities led to some really fun sessions. A special camaraderie was growing from these night missions, with other riders finding ways to balance their work/responsibilities and make time for BMX. Even though night time conditions offer many challenges, the energy was something that we were all largely growing fond of. On nights where the moon shown in full and provided slightly more visibility, a certain kind of magic enveloped the sessions.
"In February 2023 I decided to move from Romania to the Netherlands in search of new adventures. While catching planes and trains (missing some of them too of course), pedaling hundreds of kilometers and driving from one area code to another, I had the pleasure to meet a lot of awesome people, made some new friends and rode my bike at some of the best street spots and skateparks.