Can You Film This? GT BMX’s newest full length video is here! After three years of filming and an epic week of premieres around the world, we are hyped to bring it to you in full. “Can You Film This?” Is based on the simple idea of riding around and filming bike tricks with your friends. Get a Look at what the up-and-coming GT BMX crew does when those C.Y.F.T moments hit...
GT BMX is releasing Can You Film This?, a full-length video that highlights its badass roster of up and coming riders. Three years in the making, Can You Film This? was initially a project created to compile the riders’ stacked footage, particularly those spur-of-the-moment clips where they might ask, “Hey, can you film this?” In time, and with enough footage, it evolved into something more.
Can You Film This? features GT riders from around the world including: • Chelsea Wolfe • Dillon Leeper
Tate Roskelley’s riding is like none other, and so is his all-new Team complete. With a Skyway Tuff II mag wheel up front, Power Series 22mm cranks, Chromoly 4pc bars and color and graphics inspired by Tate’s personal ride, this bike will have you looking at milk crates and the world around you a little differently. Ask for Tate's signature ride at your local GT dealer or preferred mailorder.
Julian Molina stole the show last year at first Rumble In Richmond. When we decided to bump him to the Pro team, we knew delivering the surprise at this years Rumble was a no-brainer. Event hosts Rad Share, are bolstering the future of BMX by building a sense of community, promoting safety, and helping to empower the next generation of riders all in the name of fun and we back that! Without further ado, here's the Rumble In Richmond experience with GT.
On any given day, you can find 9-year-old, Alex Lantigua, ripping his local skatepark, charging full speed on his Performer 16. Not far behind, his little sister, Lilah, is cruising on her Performer 14.
The streets of downtown San Diego are littered with electrical utility boxes of various shapes and sizes. While the average person sees nothing more than mundane green shapes, Albert Mercado sees endless potential for BMX trickery. Ground yourself for an electrifyingly creative display of street riding.
BMX is the core pillar upon which the iconic GT brand’s 50-year legacy was built, and it has been exciting to watch this important part of our business evolve over the years. Since joining GT in 2014, Ben Ward, GT BMX Product Manager, has created an impressive range of race, freestyle, heritage and crossover bikes as well as complimentary parts and accessories assortment that have been very well received by riders and in all retail channels. The brand is committed to supporting our growing collective of shops and riders and in doing so, the GT Global Marketing team is growing as well. Today, we are proud to share that Jeff Zielinski, BMX industry legend, and all around great human, will be officially joining the GT family as BMX Team Manager and Content Producer.
For those of you whom have not yet had the privilege to meet Jeff, we thought it would make sense to hear from Jeff himself:
The Speed Series Pro features our Speed Metal tubeset to keep the weight down while maintaining the stiffness wanted to take the hole shot. Equipped with disc brakes for fast stopping after the finish sprint and spec'd to give you the confidence to chase the top step out of the box. Available in sizes PRO, PRO XL, PRO XXL.
-Frame: GT Speed Series MK7 Elite Race Design, 6061-T6 AL, Alloy Formed and Butted Speed Metal Tubes, AL CNC/Forged Quick Change -Disc Dropout SyStem, BB86, Taper 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" Integrated H/T -Fork: GT BMX Pro Race, 100% Cr-Mo 1 1/8" Steerer, Tapered Legs, 3/8" Dropouts
2022 marks GT’s 50th Anniversary and we figured we’d throw it back at this years Swampfest by firing up the GT Air Show. Leandro Moreira, Gustavo Balaloka, Parker Heath and plenty more put on one hell of a show. In typical Swampfest fashion, things got pretty loose and mother nature opened the floodgates, but that didn't put a damper on the fun.