Below is the print advert from the latest RIDE BMX magazine. Featuring Nathan Sykes carving around a pool we rode back in Feb. I had to borrow Matt Cordova’s camera for this one so that we could sit the camera in the middle of the pool and shoot it from outside the pool as I didn’t have the cord for my camera. It took a few shots to get the timing right and to fit the entire shape of the pool in the image but I am stoked on how it came out and that we ended up using it for an advert. Go get yourself a copy of the mag and check it all out.
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As you may have seen we’ve got 5 double sided posters out now available from most places that stock the goods! Here is one of the posters you could pick up for free. Luke Parker from Australia and Andre Jesus all the way from Brazil. Get down to your local or hit up your favourite mail order now and have one added in your order.
Adelaide’s crankflip barspin wizard Ricky Catanzariti throws a flair out of nowhere on another unique Adelaide spot.
Ryan is over in California right now from his homeland of the UK so whilst we were over there we shot this web advert. The kid can crank a good turndown and I would happily shoot them everyday…
This pool Jourdan took us was seriously in the best location ever! As you can see from the photo’s it was a sunset chasers dream. Oh yeah the pool was amazing also.
Pretty sure Tom pulled this off camera and we thought we were going to cop the deadly camera curse but it actually didn’t take that long to get. Some local guy just chillin’ in his car was so hyped on it, as if he’d never seen anyone coast on the front wheel before. I guess that would be pretty amazing to an outsider.
I can’t wait for Chris Courtenay‘s next web video to drop in a couple weeks (which is also in our free dvd). This invert is a good example of what to expect from it.
If you hadn’t already realised how unique Bobbie is then this image should take care of that! Also now seems like a good time to have another watch of his recent video.
How many BMX brand owners who are 39 years old are still out there killing it? Not that many I would say but I can honestly say Millar is riding better now then I have ever seen him ride in the past 6 or 7 years that I’ve known him. He features in our current 2020 advert with thanks to Brian Castillo for shooting this. That makes it even better that “technically” competing brands can put everything aside and work together and enjoy BMX for what it truly is.
We shot this indian super seaty in Millars backyard last week with Alex on his new bike going hard straight up. The Sweet Tooth now has a lower stand over height along with the 19.8 having a lower height again to suit the younger crew wanting to hit it on a Sweet Tooth. More information about Alex’s frame can be found here.