Keep an eye out for a new Brisbane based video dropping soon that will have some fresh Tim Storey footage along with some other great riders from the state.
Rayden Wickop put together this nice piece from a handful of good crew riding some good looking Canadian parks. The line Nathan Hines does at 2.50 is insane!
The all new Colony Inception is now available in the limited Metal Grey colourway. Watch the video below for all the info.
Rick has some pretty awesome footage in this new mixtape from the ECC. Check it out…
While you are at it, check out some more Ricky gold…
We spent a few days with Nathan in the heat and came out the other side with some great content. Stoked on the photos we got like these two…
We’ve just got in some new Colony pins/key rings here in Australia. These things turned out awesome! They will be shipping to stores next week so hit up your local for the goods.
Jack is in the USA right now stacking clips for future video parts but his Instagram feed is also bangin from the trip…
Jack setup a Black Monash build this week and it’s looking super nice, loving the gloss Black.
Frame: Monash 20.8.
Cranks: 170mm 22’s.
Pedals: Fantastic Plastic.
Sprocket: Menace Guard.
Hubs: Wasp front / Freecoaster rear.
Grips: Much Room grips.
Seat: AH Pivotal.
Pegs: Anyway Plastics.
Bar Ends: Konka.
Looks like the Mexico stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup is going to be wild from the looks of the park. Alex has some good clips in this…
Alex Hiam is currently in Mexico for the up and coming Vans Pro Cup. From the looks of these video’s he’s riding some great spots over there.
Millar made it to finals at Fise in France over the weekend which is pretty awesome to see, you can watch the highlights video below…
After almost one year away from the scene, the Brazilian rider Paulo Saçaki is back on the Game.
He was filming for a welcome video for the team when he ended up falling hard and injuring his foot.
Having a few events like the BSS Tour, Arena Banks and all stops of Fise Wolrd, he and his doctor tried everything so that they didn’t have to operate and stop him from riding in the up coming comps. “There were eight months between rest, robofoot, plaster, physiotherapy, gym. Then in October we saw that we had no options other than to operate. The bone was in the right place which helped to calcify by itself, but it was very bruised and that would not let it heal”.
With the words of Paulo;
“After two months I started the physiotherapies, there were many sessions, a lot of pain and a lot of willpower. At three months I returned to the gym, I had lost seven kilos, my body had practically no strength. After four months I started to ride my bike. I gradually released myself, respecting the limits of my body, foot and reflex, doing home sessions in my resi ramps are good to bring tricks back.
Today, 100% recovered, Saçaki is very excited for the year 2017.
“We have a great year for BMX here in Brazil, between 7 stops of the BSS Tour and more Arena Banks, events that are increasingly raising the level and professionalizing the sport, I hope to have my best year for sure”.
Paulo Saçaki returns to the competitions next week in the first stop of the BSS Tour in Varginha-MG and will also have a new edit for us soon.
Photos courtesy of Alex Lung.