The Source just uploaded their 2010-2011 team DVD ‘Normal’ in its entirety for you to watch online. Features riding from Tom Gerrard, Chris Wiseman, Charlie Fergusson, Wildcat, Ben Bishop, Phil Martin, Marc Goodwin and Josh Heritage riding a multitude of spots in the UK and Europe.
Van Homan, Ben Lewis and Florent Soulas are out in Sunny Barcelona right now shooting with Stew Johnson for Fit, whilst Vince ‘The Prince’ Perraud takes care of the photographers duties. Take a flick through the slideshow above to get an idea of what they’re getting up to.
A two day trail jamboree taking place in Belfast at the end of June sounds like a good time to me! Sat 29th & Sun 30th June it all takes place at the Mary Peters trails, make sure to follow Belfast BMX on Facebook for updates and more info.
The Source are 10 years deep and to celebrate they put on one hell of a show at the De La Warr pavilion in Bexhill. Ben Lewis, Phil Martin, Fids, Joe Embrey & more all getting down in some south coast sunshine. Dig also has a gallery up from the day, including pics like this of Phil Martin blasting.
This bank holiday weekend, Sunday 26th May, there is a BMX Bash at the Front skatepark in Weymouth to raise some funds for new ramps there. Can’t think of a better way to put some of your cash towards improving a good spot, and having a day of food, music and BMX, get there if you can.
So last week as part of their ‘Freaky Friday’ e-mails T1 unleashed this classic sequence of Joe Rich and his infamous RF1 gap to rail into cyberland. Click through to read Big Ed reminiscing on the scenes surrounding this photo and his visit to Austin on that occasion that would go down in BMX folklore. (more…)
Oh you are in for a treat here, the 5th installment of the QSS series from ANML features full parts from Steven Hamilton, Tom White, Jared Washington, and Dave Belcher. Pretty much the whole team have at least a clip or two in there, 27 mins of pure street goodness.
United recently added Exeter’s Harry Mills-Wakley to their am team, and had him visit the 4Down park to film this welcome video. Harry shreds, and manages to find some really original lines in the park. As always, you can download or stream this video in a variety of formats over on the United website.
Now here’s a real treat for you from the guys at Props. As you know, Props pioneered the documentary style BMX road trip video format back in 1998 with Road Fools 1, and for the first time showed us what it was like to be on the road with our favourite riders. This new Road Fools box set contains every single one of the Road Fools series, plus the huge list of features you’ll see listed below, and is definitely a must-have for any BMX video collector. Just take a look at the trailer above and you’ll see what we mean. This awesome 3 disc box set will be landing here in the UK with us very soon, so we’ll keep you posted on their arrival.
- Road Fools 1-16 (SD)
- Road Fools 17 & 18 (HD)
- Road Fools Rock-n-Roll Tours 1 & 2 (SD)
- Best Of Road Fools videos 1-4 (SD)
- Stunning 1080p motion menus featuring hundreds of high res photos
- Interactive 1080p day select maps
- Over 35 hours of high quality H.264-encoded content
- Dolby Digital Professional audio
- 15 years of BMX history & progression
- A digitally re-mastered Road Fools 1 presented in its native DV format for the first time ever, re-edited with a re-mixed 48kHz soundtrack
- Fresh high-def interviews with the original Road Fools 1 crew members, reflecting on their memories from the trip and how it helped shape BMX in the years that followed
- Road Fools 1 commentary w/ Taj Mihelich, Dave Freimuth and Chris Rye
- Over 140 bonus sections, including new unseen footage
- Easter egg sections
Collector’s Edition Packaging
- 3 professionally replicated Blu-ray discs
- 4 page printed booklet
- Viva Elite 3 disc Blu-ray case w/ printed insert
- Printed and embossed outer case sleeve
FBM released this kick ass edit featuring Jackson Allen, filmed in the Santa Cruz area. There’s some really cool footage in this one, and some super-fun looking setups. On a side note, if you’re digging the soundtrack, check out the band on Soundcloud by clicking here.
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