This is one of the most legit trailers I’ve seen in a long time. So far outside the usual scope of tripping in search of somewhere to ride, Cal Egginton, Alexi Dowley, Cory Clarke, Sam Dowley and Greg Barnes headed to the highest of high country; Nepal. Has me itching to get some world wide travel happening again. Watch and get stoked on this wild world we live in. So looking forward to the DVD release thats is very soon. 2020 issue 48 has a feature on the trip that will be giving a lot of background into this trip of a lifetime.
This edit has been a long time in the making and for good reason. Jack throws down so many rail moves it’s ridiculous. Definite contender for most rail variations on the most rails in a clip ever. Stoked on the big over rail 3 too. Colony be on point with this one and if you hadn’t worked it out, this is why he won a Slay the Rail event…. You can read up on Jack in the current issue of 2020 which is on sale around Australia now which has a big interview with a bunch of sequences that are second angle to some of this clip. Get your hands on it here.
Park finals at the weekends FISE event went nuts. While we hit up the live feed and got to watch roller blading by mistake, we were in luck as the full replay is streaming, you can watch the full event after the jump. In a nutshell, Logan Martin dominated the finals and took the win with Todd Meyn in fifth, Chris Courtenay in 8th, Jake Wallwork in 11th and Nathan Phillips in 18th. Congrats to these guys, so rad! Thinking about events like FISE, it really showcases the reality of big events outside of the US. While young riders struggle to make their way into the biased system of entry and judging to the likes of XGames and Dew Tour, the European events (like Australian events should we have any again), allow everyone one in and give everyone the chance to make the final, regardless of their sponsors and friendship of organisers and judges. Riding judged for exactly what it is. That makes me stoked, knowing that there are BMX events for BMXers, not just television sponsorship deals… Keep reading “FISE park final”
FISE in France has become one of the years biggest events. And it’s so good to see big events take place out of the USA. And even better is the amount of Australian riders making the trip to France to throw their talent in the mix. Over park and mini, the down under style of riding made big waves…. Mini ramp events have always rocked (think back to our own Spinal Disorder) and the weekends event in France at the annual FISE gig was nothing short of amazing. Making the finals were Logan Martin with a solid second place, Todd Meyn in 11th, Chris Courtney taking 12th and Jake Wallwork in 13th. Considering the talent on hand form around the world, simply making the finals is amazing. So amped on that dudes superman flip over the spine… Big props to VitalBMX for the highlight reel. And if you wanna watch the full replay, it’s after the jump. Keep reading “FISE mini ramp finals!”
Frothing over this edit. Starts off kinda slow, lazy, how do you say… standard park edit. Starts heating up halfway. The last half-dozen tricks are wild… what is going on at 1:40-ish, and I thought Gerber was the only dude doing proper fronties on street. I have never heard of you before Aaran Selway, but props.
Down by the biggest river in Australia is a place called Echuca. Aside the river itself, its dry, hot a lot of the time and is now host to a crew of shredders making the most of their surroundings. Rad little mix tape form the streets and local parks by Shitbike media and bike co. Riders include Brandon Harvey, Luke McCourt, Daniel Morrish, Indigo Hensgen, Daniel Lloyd, Luke Mitchell, Simon Derrick, Jacob Starr, Max Shipsides and David Derrick. Next Hay plains mission Syd to Adelaide I’m turning off there….
Ok, so I’ve just seen two of the sweetest edits drop on 2020 today, the Tyler F one below and now this killer edit by Geoff Slattery of MARKIT. Geoff ain’t no roof to rail kinda guy, so he makes up for it with super speed lines and flow in some amazing parks, kills some trails and even throws a backy in the mix. I gotta say he rides big bowls with a style that is unmistakable. Watch it!
Tyler Fernengel may only be 17, but he is all man. Manly to the power of ten. Which is a lot of man, more than enough to grow a hella beard, wrestle bears, hike through the arctic or drop off a roof onto a rail. Don’t believe me? Press play and you’ll see. I guess his Osisirs hook up had him in contact with Sean Burns…..