Woodward Daze with the Profile Crew. July, 2021. Documentation of a 5 day stint in a paradisiacal valley of wooden and cement obstacles. Clips of Mark Mulville, Dan Conway, Shane and Dillon Leeper, Cory Foust, Bobby Proctor, and Chris Childs.
East Coast street stalwart Chris Childs’ Signature Bar pairs tried and true angles with classic S&M tubing for strength. Featuring a slightly narrower box than the Hoder High Bar, the No Exit is tailor-made for folks who turn up for clicked turndowns.
Day or night, crap weather or not, rest assured Chris Childs will be charging spots all over Providence, Rhode Island, with his no holds barred style. Chris’ latest effort features cameos from Cam Child’s, Bobby Proctor, and Shaun Gingras and sums up their street antics right up until according to Chris, “winter hit us right on the forehead.”
If you want to see a classic BMX bike ready to shred anything in its path, look no further than Chris Childs’ Sunday / Profile build. Chris’ setup is slightly low, extra fast, with two metal pegs and ready for the occasional brake remounting.
Sunday’s new full-length video GROW UP is available now at sundaybikes.com/growup. Starring Mark Burnett, Chris Childs, Erik Elstran, Aaron Ross, Jake Seeley, Brett Silva, Gary Young, Julian Arteaga, Jared Duncan, and Alec Siemon, these guys gave this thing their all for two years, and every one of them came through with a killer part. Grow Up is 45 minutes of groundbreaking BMX and costs $5 for digital download or $10 on DVD with over an hour of unseen bonus material.
“You absolutely have to see this video. Start to finish, Grow Up is on the pulse of all things current in BMX and will leave you feeling hyped and motivated to go ride.” – Jeff Z. / Ride BMX