Brian | 11.13.14
I swear, every time I see DeMarcus ride in videos or photos, I’m just blown away how damn good he really is. Joey has stacks of photos he just sits on of DeMarcus killing spots that any top pro rider would sweat. I can’t wait for you guys to see his Finer Things DVD part, it’s gonna get you stoked! Click photo to go BIG. Photo by J.Cobbs
p.s. DeMarcus’ new flat olive Bermuda V2 color drops in 2 weeks. Get ready!
Brian | 11.9.14
Zach with a precision wallride spotted in a new RIDbmx gallery. This could also be considered a rail ride depending on the position of earth when the photo was taken. Check out more at RIDbmx. Photo by Z
Brian | 10.27.14
While hunting for spots for the Finer Things DVD, we stumbled upon this rad rundown garage full of junk. And where there’s usually junk, there’s a setup to be ridden. Josh got this nose bonk and a couple other things in the garage right before the homeless rummaged through the mess to make money off. Click image to go big>>
Mastroni | 10.21.14
The fine folks at Ride BMX are leading the way in the finest of Texas Toast coverage this year. Here’s street finals in a nutshell with our own Zach Krejmas behind the K-cam. Congrats to Broc for coming in 8th and Bahlman for getting a clip operating a TRV900. For a drunken Nora Cup red carpet photo gallery featuring all your favorite BMX characters, click here.
Brian | 10.16.14
As most photographers/ videographers out there, I always get excited to shoot photos with Tate, hands down one of my top 5 guys to shoot with. While his riding style gets a lot of mixed reactions, you can’t deny that it’s refreshing, and the photos are always interesting to say the least. When I first found this abandoned auto garage, I immediately thought of Tate and to have him do one of his superbike slides on the slick floor. Needless to say he slid it so far that he thought it would be cool to shut the door so that he barely gets out. Love when a plan comes together! Click photo to go big
Brian | 10.14.14
Billy just sent over these rad photos over of himself shredding up some street, dirt and ramp and also said he’s going to have a new street edit done soon for us to peep. He’s going to his first Texas Toast this week to shred with the rest of the Volume bikes guys that are going out there. Be sure to look out for him on future Toast edits, sure he’ll come through with some crazy action. Hit more to see the rest of his photos. Photo by Jon Nemecek and Anthony Panza more
Brian | 09.29.14
We’ve been sitting on this bars shot for DeMarcus’ new Bermuda bike check but since it’s a rad photo (especially since those lil’ quarters are tight and hard to ride) and it’s DeMarcus’ birthday, we figured it would be only fitting to get it up today. Be on the lookout for his new bike check to drop later this week. While you’re at it be sure to give him a follow/ shout on his FB page here>>. Photo by J.Cobbs. Hit it to go BIG.
Mastroni | 09.19.14
I am now relaxing out East in my hometown of Kent, Connecticut after spending an awesome week in my other home away from home (Salt Lake City) with creative genius Mr. Roskelley and of course our good friend Elf. We studied some new spots, got creative, got some clips, drank some beers…you know, like what you do on a trip. CLICK TO EXPAND GALLERY. Shoutout to Riley Smith for the photos.
Brian | 09.16.14
Alex is by far one of my favorite humans, the dude can rip it up on a bike, not take himself too serious, and is one of the happiest/ good dudes I know. Him and Devin Feil shot this rail ride a bit ago, and it turned out to be the perfect photo to show off Alex’s new ED Penny Bermuda V2 frame colorway for his new RIDEbmx print ad. On that same note, if you are interested in getting Alex’s ED Penny or Drew Hoss’ ED Blue, jump on it now. These colors are only available for a limited time. Click top photo or click more to view the whole ad. more
Mastroni | 09.2.14
Alright, catch up time…here’s the rundown. Day 7 we headed into Southsea, rode the skatepark for a minute, drank some coffee, then ventured out to finally ride some street spots. We stared out at the infamous Southsea tranny walls, did some carves, and even got a cheeky little Drew Hoss clip. From there we pedaled around some nooks and crannies of the city and managed to film a couple other things…shit Broc even learned a new trick. Unfortunately on the whole we don’t really have too much in the way of photos to show ya from the day here on the blog…that stuff will be going toward a Ride UK article at some point in the future. Beer, sleep, repeat: Day 8 brings us to Brighton for our shop visit to Brighton BMX. The city recently did away with the old wooden skatepark in the middle of the park, in favor of a new concrete one with crazy bowls, rails, ledges, and pretty much everything ya need. The park had tons of humans in it, but some of the crew still rode while others relaxed in the park over a nice BBQ courtesy of Bob from Brighton BMX..and Rusty manning the grill. We pretty much spent the afternoon grilling burgers, kicking it, watching Kris Fox kill the bowl, and catching some sun. Currently we are posted up in the Brighton Aint Ready apartment in between teams….thanks a ton to these dude for letting us crash here! Stay tuned for more updates and CLICK TO EXPAND GALLERY. Photos by Steve Bancroft.
Mastroni | 09.1.14
Day 6 we found ourselves in the middle of the woods somewhere in Dorset to ride this mini ramp above. I think the ramp was built by Phil Aller, Elephant‘s James Nash, and some other guys. The locals were rad and we had a good time playing around with the Dog, A plastic shark, and other inanimate objects in the immediate vicinity. Entity BMX / Prevail Skatehouse was next for the day. All the indoor skateparks are so crazy over here, which makes a ton of sense since it rains so much. The place was jam packed and we pulled the ol’ “film a couple things then wait for the park to close to film more’ tactic. There was also something of a high jump/hop contest going on and I bet you could probably take an educated guess at who went the highest….said person also demonstrated his obnoxious scooter skills to the crew haha. We shot a few more things after hours then called it a night. Stay tuned for more tomorrow, CLICK TO EXPAND GALLERY. Photos by Steve Bancroft.
Mastroni | 08.30.14
After dragging ourselves out of our comfy Travel Lodge early in the morning, we crunched in the van for the 4 hour trek to Dead Sailor Shop in Cornwall. It was another rainy day so we just kicked it inside the shop, drank some tea, ate some Cornish Pastys, and chatted with the locals. Mount Hawke Skatepark was next on the destination list and would also serve as our crashing place for the night. We rode a bit, filmed a couple guys, then crashed out in what felt like a giant college rec room complete with ping pong, pool, tons of couches, and bomb burgers & fries. The following morning Rusty and Bancroft went out of their way to plan a surf lesson for the crew on the shores of Cornwall. We all expected the water to be completely freezing but to our surprise it was super nice…it was also bright and sunny for the entire day which was definitely a welcome change from all the rain. Although I didn’t personally get in above my knees, everyone was killing it for a couple hours in the water and we all had a great time just kickin it on the beach. I’m sure nobody on the trip ever thought riding BMX would end up giving them the opportunity to go surfing in England….Thanks again to the Elephant guys for setting that up! To make a good day even better, we packed up the van and headed to Plymouth for our first street session of the trip. We didn’t come across a ton of stuff, but it felt great to just be pedaling around outside in an interesting city. We did manage to get a couple clips on top of that too from the likes of Broc, Kris, and Rob….who also broke the hard hit record on the punching bag machine at the kebab shop. Great day! As always, stay tuned for more updates and CLICK IMAGE TO EXPAND GALLERY. Photos by Steve Bancroft.