Tim recently broke his wrist but finished up filming for this part just before it happened. Here’s a little teaser for the video that drops tomorrow!
Nathan Hines can really man handle a bike, new video from a trip he did with Rayden Wickop recently from Vancouver to Oregon.
Alex Hiam’s raw clips from the Oregon trip video we put out a while back.
Watch the trip video below:
Jayden Fuller is currently recovering from knee surgery but before he went under the knife he stacked a bunch of clips with Lachlan Kirkwood.
Filmed and edited by Lachlan Kirkwood.
This is pretty amazing, Kostya and his friend Irek ride a completely frozen spine ramp setup made of sand and the result is pretty awesome!
What a crazy day at the Vans BMX Pro Cup. Both Luke Parker and Jake Wallwork ride well in Semi’s but didn’t quite make finals however Alex Hiam and Chris James really put on a show and qualified 2nd and 3rd for the finals.
Again both the guys put down solid runs with scored them 3rd for Alex and 5th for Chris! Stoked on all the guys riding and we’ve had a blast all week so thanks to Vans for that! Alex also scored 2nd place in the Redbull best trick with the pegs to whip to see below.
Wild day at the regional qualifiers of the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Sydney. Dovey rode really well along with Dean Anderson and Liam Marshall who just missed the cut but both Luke Parker and Jake Wallwork made it through and will join Alex and Chris James in the finals tomorrow.
Up early and riding by 8am for most the guys. Practice went well for everyone, here’s a few photos from the day…
We hit up Practice all day yesterday for the Vans BMX Pro Cup, same again today, should be fun.
We spent the day out at Red Hill trails and damn was it fun! All the crew tore it apart and we stacked a bunch of photos. Shoutout to the locals who keep that place maintained and so fun!
We started the day off driving up to Sydney from Canberra, checked into our spot and then got in a session at Thornleigh park. Here’s a few photos of Dean and Josh from the roll we had.
The day started with some rain but fortunately cleared up for the trails jam. Chris James unfortunately took a rough slam (below) which ended him in hospital for the evening but he will be solid in a few days. After the jam we headed out for a Weston Creek session which worked out real well for everyone.
Day 2 of ACT JAM was a bit of a roller coaster. We started out with a goo morning session at Woden before Alex split his chin open on a pocket table gone wrong. Whilst Alex got stitched up we hit up Belco again for a session before the official jam at Weston Creek.
Weston Creek always gets wild on and off the bikes. All the crew were killing it during the jam with a list too long to mention here so you will just have to wait for some footage to surface.
Day one was spent either on a plane or driving up the highway to Canberra. First stop was Belco and it produced! Peep the photos below and more here.
Friday it’s on! A good chunk of the team will be in town for Canberra’ ACT JAM, see you there!
10 minutes of Kostya’s best tricks? It’s insane how many wild moves are in this.
Jake Wallwork dropped some heavy moves over at the latest Fise contest, check it out.
Check the details on the Black / Gold Colony Emerge, available now across the globe.
Alex has some great clips in this video from a session at Runaway Bay park with Chance Brejnakowski and a few friends, check it out…
Congrats to Kostya Andreev for playing 5th at Fise in Saudi Arabia. There are a bunch of good clips of him in this video. Check it out.
Kostya qualified 7th at the Fise event in Saudi Arabia, based off the clips in this highlights video he rode really well so I am looking forward to seeing the finals…
Tim Storey has a bunch of good clips in this trip video he took with a tonne of crew from AUS over to NZ. Check it out then start planning your next road trip!
Our Brazilian rider Paulo Saçaki is already in Santiago, Chile, where he will compete in the Vans BMX Pro Cup – Regional Qualifier, from March 23 to 25.
The event will go through Australia, USA, Mexico and Spain.
The top three podium winners will advance to the Vans BMX Pro Cup Pro Tour in the USA.
“It will be an honor to be able to represent my country once again. There will be more than fifteen Brazilian riders in attendance and this will show how Brazil has much BMX talent on the rise.
I am looking forward to the event, I have been riding the new bowl of my city, which has been very fun of late.
I am hoping to get a top three spot and go on the whole tour.” – Paulo Sacaki.
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