Videos

Owen Dawson’s Dig “Youth Of Today” Video.

Mastroni | 02.4.16


This is awesome! Our Canadian rail killer Owen Dawson follows up his Welcome To Volume Edit with an awesome Youth Of Today piece for Dig. From over-cranks down Hollywood High to long ass crooks and gnarly gap to rails, no good setup is safe! If you’re interested in reading more about Owen, check his recent Dig Interview while you’re at it. Filmed & edited by Chris Brocamonte.

Daily Cruise With Billy Perry and Friends

Brian | 02.2.16


Another good NYC ride with Billy Perry and friends all around the city. He bumps into some security guards and people but still comes through with a slew of good footage.

“The first part of this video was filmed on New Years so Anthony Panza and myself decided to try and ride high security spots in Midtown, NYC with hopes that there wouldn’t be much security. We got lucky at some spots and other spots we dealt with the usual security and concerned citizens. The second part of the video was filmed a day before a huge blizzard was supposed to hit. It was around 20 degrees but we got in some last minute street riding before the snow came.
Filmed mostly on a GoPro 3+ with a Zhiyun Tech Rider-M gimbal.”

Owen’s Welcome To Volume Edit

Brian | 01.28.16


Owen Dawson is a f-n grinding Canadian powerhouse. Ever since I first saw him ride, he’s done every grind I could have imagine. Owen also works his ass off for our Canadian distro, KillEmAll Distribution in Vancouver, Canada and makes sure every Volume product is packaged and looking good for all you guys up north.  Owen doesn’t let you down with his Welcome To Volume Edit, be sure to push that play button and get ready to be amazed!  Filmed and edited by Andrew Schubert

The Ridge Attardo 2016 Video

Brian | 01.27.16


One of the best parts of the job is seeing/finding new talent out there and being their first hookup. Ridge came to us from hype man, Broc Raiford talking up Ridge to us for awhile since he’s from Broc’s hometown of New Orleans and shreds everywhere he goes. Think the video is proof of that!  Be on the lookout for much more of our man Ridge in the near future. Video by Christian Mauldin

Tate’s TFT Part / New Volume Vimeo Account.

Mastroni | 01.21.16

Volume BMX: Tate Roskelley – The Finer Things Part from Volume Bikes on Vimeo.

YouTube music restrictions are getting insane, really insane…so much so that Tate’s The Finer Things Part is blocked in almost every country. That certainly stinks, so we’ve decided to upload the entire DVD to OUR NEW VIMEO ACCOUNT, as well as all the latest & greatest Volume Bikes video content from the past couple years. If you’ve got some friends out there fiending to watch Tate’s part & wondering where it went, be sure to share this crucial bit of information with them. Thanks guys, Enjoy!

Billy’s Manhattan Cruise

Brian | 01.20.16


With Billy’s YouTube channel getting so much love these days and with his last NYC 3 ride reaching over 1 million views, he’s embraced rides through the city while filming it all.  Billy and crew recently hit up Manhattan for a day of riding through the streets and hit some spots along the way in his latest edit.

Riding outside in January is not usually an option, but it was 50 degrees without any snow on the ground so we crewed up and hit up Manhattan / Brooklyn for the day. Featuring BMX riders / FTL crew members Austin Mazur, Billy Perry, Dan Nelson, and Justin Koebele.
We took a train into Penn Station early and ended up riding some great spots in Midtown/Downtown, making a quarter pipe under a bridge, riding over the Brooklyn Bridge and riding a lit night spot. Filmed on GoPro with Zhiyun Tech Rider-M Gimbal.

Australian Team In Sydney

Brian | 01.14.16


Our Australian guys went down to Sydney to finally get together and ride.  They came back with this amazing well rounded edit, don’t miss this one!
“BMX Militia distribution in Australia brought the Volume X Demolition crew, Jacman Hinss, Lewis Mills, and Boyd Hilder (on Demolition only) to Sydney, Australia to ride, hang out and film this edit.” Filmed, Edited by Ben Norris

Broc is Bananas

Brian | 01.8.16

Everyone that’s seen Broc’s part in the Finer Things knows that his WHOLE PART is a chalk full of insanity.  RIDEbmx just gave Broc the nod for his pegs hard 540 for ‘Top Tricks Of 2015.’ Check out his part again and again to see how insane it really is.

“BROC RAIFORD – PEGS HARD 540: With pegs hard 360’s becoming more and more of a norm these days, BMX has eagerly been awaiting the advent of the pegs hard 540, and this year Broc Raiford delivered it to us in his Volume “The Finer Things” section. Using the street box jump aka an up-rail, Broc crushed one hell of an NBD. But the only question on my mind now is, who’s going to toss the first hard 540 bar? 6:40” – RIDEbmx

Billy’s NYC Ride 3

Brian | 12.28.15


Watching Billy (and friends) ride through the city hitting stuff never gets old to me, it’s the essence of what street riding is. Especially in NYC. It’s chaos at its finest!
“Part 3 of the GoPro POV Bike riding in NYC series featuring BMX riders Billy Perry, Anthony Panza, and Nick Jones. Weaving through heavy traffic, skitching trucks/cabs, riding trucks, hitting spots, chased by security, and a scenic tour of NYC are a few things featured in this video!”

The Volume 1 Video Nod

Brian | 12.28.15


Unbelievably stoked that the Volume 1 video made the DIG bmx’s Best Videos Of 2015 list. Our guys Josh Clemens, Billy Perry, DeMarcus Paul, and filmer/editor, Mike Mastroni put a lot of time and energy into it and stoked they got the nod. Be sure to check it out again here>>
“Volume Bikes wasted no time in following up ‘The Finer Things’ DVD with another incredible video project. With full sections from Josh Clemens, Billy Perry, and DeMarcus Paul. Josh Clemens first full section was sure to make waves, this kid has got style, tricks, and excellent taste. Billy Perry made the most of a visit to California/Oregon and opportunities to film near home in NYC coming away with his best collection of footage to date. You’d think there is no way DeMarcus Paul’s section could top all the amazing edits he’s already put out this year, but somehow it did just that. So so good!” – DIG