Don’t you just love those days where it’s pouring rain in the morning, you go out riding feeling sore and not really expecting too much productivity from the day, then all of a sudden things just fall right into place? Well yesterday with Jason was one of those days… More below. more
There’s now a new avenue for you to get your Volume Bikes product through CasualBMX. Casual is a new SoCal based BMX mail order shop through Incycle Bicycles. To celebrate their launch we and Demolition Parts have teamed up with Casual to run a contest for a brand new Demolition Rolls V2 and Phantom V2 cyan blue hubset, and some Volume Bikes shirts and stickers. Any orders for Volume or Demolition products from now through Jan. 31st are automatically entered to win. Check the flyer for details and get to ordering on Casual!
I’ve been putting in the horse-country hours lately with Jason and Demolition teammate Biz Jordan for their upcoming split edit. Filming with Jason is always a treat because much like the rest of the Volume team, he has great taste in tricks and spots…not to mention prime sandwich spots. Between the two of them, the timeline is looking pretty epic so far and I can’t wait to get it poppin! Shouts to Dave Dilleward of DillsyPhoto for the above snap. Click below for more Enns goodness… more
Ever the quick content producer, my good friend Charlie Crumlish managed to put this edit together in no time from Texas Toast this past weekend. Broc gets a few seconds of shine in here with some nose manual to gap to nose manual stuntin’. I’m sure this isn’t the last edit we will see from Toast…but it’s certainly a little taste of how crazy it was.
Saw this awesome pic of Drew Hosselton at Texas Toast over at Demolition and had to repost it. The Demolition bomb thing looks wobbly as hell and I’m sure it was insane to ride but Drew made it look easy. Photo by Joey Cobbs.
Here’s D’s section from the Demolition Last Chance DVD. From steezy street lines to technical yet sizable bangers throughout, D always delivers with his own blend of smoothness and effortless style. The hanger 180 down the curved rail and that wild gap to cut off rail ender are my favs.
The Demolition team with Drew and Lil-Stevie just went up and had some absolutely amazing clips from both guys. Drew finds the craziest lines on things you’d never expect to ride, while Lil-Stevie throws hammers everywhere he goes. These guys brought it this trip, watch to see for yourself.
Drew came out to Cali for a Demolition trip this last week and our very own J.Cobbs shot a bunch of new shots of him for upcoming ads and web updates, that we’ll be seeing real soon. Check that wild shot above of Drew going up and gapping over both blocks.
Fullerton Bicycle Co. has been going through these Volume custom build-ups like crazy. Their last one sold quick and asked for another one just the other day. The above bike is on display there now, check it out if you’re in the area. Check more to see more. more