The latest film from Ride BMX and Mike Mastroni. Headlights is a full-feature, pure riding film that celebrates BMX at its most core. The brainchild of revered filmmaker Mike Mastroni, Headlights got its namesake from the hundreds of hours spent behind the wheel of his converted Sprinter van as he traveled the country to put together 50 plus minutes of cutting-edge street riding. A true mix of styles gives Headlights a style all its own: refined and spot-minded established pros like Ryan Jordan and Calvin Kosovich, progressive and technical riding from Johnny Raekes and Jake Seeley, and outlandishly creative riding from Tate Roskelly and Shawn “Elf” Walters. Shot both digitally and with an old Super 8mm film camera, Headlights is an homage to the BMX video heyday while containing all the progression that every full-length BMX video must have.
The pros have voted and here's your top five nominees for NORA Video Part Of The Year. Who's your pick? Dan Lacey - Beyond, Dakota Roche - Native Land 3, Dennis Enarson - CAPS LOCK, Jordan Hango - 2017 Fall Drop, or Zack Gerber - Us & Them?
Hopefully by now you've seen Eric Lichtenberger's insane Pro Part and you know how refreshingly different his style of riding is. Well, here's your chance to see what it takes for all of those wacky clips of Eric to happen—safe to say with his brand of riding the clips don't always come easy. Here's over 23 minutes worth of extended cut of from Eric's Alley Cat Pro Part.
The 2018 Vans BMX Pro Cup finals in Guadalajara were off the hook! Vans knows the formula for a wild event, take the best of the best male and female riders, put them in one of the craziest bowls Mexico has the offer, and the results will not disappoint. Catch hammers from Jason Watts, Sergio Layos, Boyd Hilder, Dennis Enarson, Kevin Peraza, Angie Marino and many, many more heavy hitters.
The high air comp at the Huntington stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup is always epic... Rumor had it that Chris James sent a text to Larry Edgar claiming that he'd be the high air champ this year. Well...hit play.
Well, if you watched the "Who's Gonna Win?" video, then you know most of the dudes were calling for an Enarson victory...and the dude did not disappoint. The three run, overall impression format worked well for Dennis as he pretty much remained flawless in all three runs.
30 riders, three runs...that's a lot of BMX. The qualifying of the Vans BMX Pro Cup didn't disappoint at all. Check the breakdown from last to first... Finals are happening live on http://vansbmxprocup.com Sunday at 1pm PST.
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.
Ride's Jeff Zielinski has been producing content out of his tried and true vintage Volvo for years. You never know who he may be rolling with and it was only a matter of time before we got a camera in there to capture all the conversations while driving from spot to spot. For our first episode of In The Volvo we meet up with Ryan Jordan. Many miles were covered along with plenty of BMX history.