Ben Lewis with a switch crank arm grind in his latest ad for Fit, the Key Guard stopping that chain from breaking at all times.
How sweet is this little setup right here? Dan Boiski puts it to good use with a pegs hardway for United’s print ad in The Albion issue 14 on his United Dinero frame.
Shanky gets this big ol’ ledge ride taken care of for our S&M print ad in the most recent issue of The Albion, on his S&M BTM setup.
Ol Coxie, James Cox spinning the bars through a tight squeeze in this latest S&M print ad, promoting his signature Directors seat, as seen in The Albion. Hit more for another watch of the promo video.
Marv letting loose with a 180 between rooftops in this new Fit ad featured in Ride UK.
ANML just uploaded Mark Gralla’s print ad from Dig #86. Click the image to head over to ANML and take a look.
ANML catch up with Garret Hoogerhyde to find out what was going on at the time of his print ad in Dig 75.
Benny L taking no prisoners in the latest Fit ad featured in BMX Plus. Double peg to whip.
The S&M print ads have been pretty much the best around in recent months, the trend continues with this new Minor Threat influenced Mike Hoder ad, click through to see it in full glory.
Another print ad for you to check out, this time United’s most recent ad from The Albion, featuring Dan Boiski. And if you’re wondering why it looks familiar, that’s because this wallride was also featured in the free United ‘Downtime’ video. Spotted over at United…
This right here is Fit’s most recent print ad featuring Pat King taking care of a particularly dangerous looking gap from a picnic table through a tree. Click the image to see it a little larger for a closer inspection!
Click the cropped image above to see S&M’s most recent Albion print ad in all its glory, Huck yeah!
Head over to the United site to see a larger version of their Ride #160 print ad, featuring a crazy Nathan Williams sequence.
Whilst we’re on the subject of Albion print ads, check out S&M’s most recent contribution for issue 5, featuring James Newrick taking care of a sizeable gap to pegs hardway at a spot in Newcastle that some of you older street-heads may recognise from the end of Mixellaneous. As usual, you can click the image above [...]