'Guest List' is a new series presented by our US distro Full Factory. They ask one affiliated rider from the brands they distribute to invite a non-affiliated rider for a day sesh on the private Full Factory ramps.
"SHOW ME THAT SHIT TONY!!" Pedal to the metal and full commitment is the only way Denim Cox knows how. Sit back and enjoy six minutes of flat out savagery, filmed over 2 months on the road throughout Chicago, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Nashville, St. Louis and Austin in Denim's new BSD video part 'More Speed Less Doubt'...
My guyy Eddie Cuellar always has Sumn Lite in the works and now he's got a fresh ten minutes with euro tripping, V.I.P records curved wall mayhem, Cali hits and lots more from the likes of Denim Cox, Mark Burnett, Brandon Begin, Lewis Calascione, Grant Smith, Ethan Corriere, Hobie Doan, Yumi, Devon Smillie and too many to list.
Another Oktoberfest in the books! We had some fun with this years events and everyone got a chance to ride the Full Factory ramps, and also watch BSD's Denim Cox shred multiple bikes. Click play and enjoy!
BSD's Reed Stark and Denim Cox stopped by the Full Factory warehouse the other day to freshen up their bikes, play some Kendama, and get a session in on the ramps. Now that Full Factory Distro is home to BSD in the U.S., I'm sure we'll be seeing more of these two.
Denim Cox is a beast on a bike—always having fun while going for something crazy. And his BSD build is a direct reflection of his wild no hold barred style—complete with his own signature 4-piece Grime bars, blood stained cranks, and more. Denim explains what he rides and why.
We met Denim about a year after we started filming for Monster Mash in 2012 when he moved to Huntington Beach from Tucson, AZ. After riding with him for a few months we knew he absolutely needed to be apart of the video and brought him on board. Denim had never even filmed an edit, let alone a DVD section but in our eyes it was pretty apparent he would probably end up with last part. He ran through about three sets of teeth, 1,800 tubes and a wrist or two filming for this but didn't let it slow him down one bit and stacked almost seven minutes of footage. His clips are crazy but his process is crazier, with a motto like "don't think just go" it's easy to see how he ended up with a part this good and one of the best sponsors in the game, BSD. Enjoy and tune in tomorrow for the credits (or Alec's part if we can get things worked out)!