One of the most influential riders in the history of BMX, Taj Mihelich took a less is more, passionate approach to everything he did. After a chronic back injury forced Taj to put down the BMX bike, he's found a new direction...here's the story of the legendary Taj Mihelich and his Life After Pro.
Jake Seeley got the hell out of snowy upstate New York recently and made his way out to LA for some fun in the sun. He got to sample a grip of sick spots and enjoy 'em with a bunch of his fellow East Coast and Midwest homies. - Guest clips include Stevie Churchill, Mark Burnett, Grant Castelluzzo, Lahsaan Kobza, Brandon Begin, Dan Kruk, Mike Hinkens, & Scott Marceau.
Matt Nordstrom is a young tech prodigy hailing from Austin, TX. In the short time of a year or two Matt has gone from an extremely talented flow dude for Fit/Odyssey, to a full-fledged professional rider. (This project started as an AM Spotlight over a year ago and organically morphed into the Pro Part you are about to watch.) Some might even say Matt has cooked up his own concoction of riding where crankflips, flatland skills and serious ground-control mix with legitimate street setups.
Subrosa Pro Kyle Hart took a break from his #metalmondays series to battle the scorching Arizona sun, multiple filmer changes, and a bullet shortage to lay waste to every spot in his path. Another very entertaining video from Kyle including fun times, a good attitude, and great riding.
Jacob Cable walks you through the feeble to hop-up manual while recently visiting Woodward West in the hills of Tehachapi, California. Jacob is a tech ledge ninja and knows a thing or two about balancing on one wheel. The feeble hop-up manual is a beginner level trick that can be taken to expert level scenarios, a perfect trick to add to the arsenal.
New street goodness coming from Animal Bikes, December 19th. With full parts from, Matt Miller, Andrew Castaneda, Ryan Niranonta, and Colin Varanyak. Plus sections from Chocolate Truck, along with NYC's TheShiftLife, Twin, Tenzin Nyandak and many more.
I spent five days cruising (and shooting photos) around in the back of Dakota Roche's truck while he and Calvin Kosovich stacked clips for his new video, "Bay Roam." On the last day, I brought out the camera and proceeded to have a casual conversation about spots, the project, and more as we cruised through the cuts of SF in search of spots...
Calvin Kosovich takes some time out of his busy schedule to inundate you with tips, pointers, and philosophies of the nollie. The nollie is an extremely versatile trick and as Calvin points out, once you've got some nollie pop it can actually be a game changer.. Down drops, into rails, fakie onto ledges, over things; the nollie will be there for you through thick and thin.