Clint Millar is one busy dude. Not only running his own brands and taking on the world, he’s still riding at 100% and killing it, something that he’s done for as long as I can remember. Early comps I ventured to at Beenleigh saw him running a locally built platform sporting frame under the name Prody. Come 2014, he’s rebirthed the original into todays geometry and weight and it’s so good. The crew at Colony justifiably dropped a little flip book showcasing the bike which you can check above. This had me thinking you might want to read up on the history of the frame so here’s the interview we did with Clint that ran in issue 50. Keep reading “Clint Millar and the Prody x Colony frame”
Corey Bohan may be living the BMX dream of Hollywood parties and travelling the world in search of the best riding with his friends, but don’t ever think that he just made it through luck or ‘good looks’! He’s paid his dues growing up riding like all of us and aside the endless hours on the bike, it’s the experiences that happen while on the bike that make us. This little tale is one that makes me laugh and I’m sure I’ve heard Mark Schnieder tell a ton of tales of similar twistedness! You can find the chronicles of Wolfman here. A well worthy listen! South Brisbane yo! Quote of Corey’s piece? “Lobbing tallies into the park, VB tallies..” Will anyone beyond Aus shores even understand this?
OK, it’s Thursday night before the long weekend of celebrating the makers of fine chocolate in the shape of bunnies. Why bunnies? Weird? Anyway, being that it’s a holida coming up, you want to watch something that gets you so stoked to be riding for the next 4 days right? So, buffer this bad boy up and fullscreen it cause Hucker is coming at you in all his epicness. His interview to kick it off makes me laugh, then his riding just makes me laugh, probably cause he’s laughing the whole time. Dude has a ball, even on the biggest jumps you’ll see here or anywhere. Can I say dude once more? Hucker rules. You might feel the same after you watch this. All filmed at Cam Whites place, which is equally epic!
Cairns’s Esplanade Park is one of the sweetest spots in the country. Aside it residing in the midst of the mecca that the Esplanade is, it’s transitions and cradle are so good it ain’t funny. So, seeing as the cyclone blew itself out instead of flattening the whole of FNQ, the crew from Nightfall have changed the date of their jam to Easter Sunday, or April 20th if bunnies made form chocolate mean nothing to you. 10am till whenever it ends, there’s lights so I dare say it’ll be a rocking day with bands playing, a free BBQ, and a whole bunch of jam themed comps throughout the day. There’ll be some mighty big shredding going down!
So many crews in Oz are bringing out dvd’s at the moment! It’s awesome, bring it on I say. Web edits…. Ptff, bring back the dvd! I’ve always been a big fan of Jye Stuart’s stuff, so to see they’re making a dvd has me keen as mustard. Ready to see what this crew has going on, even though Jason Petersen, John Falconer & Jye Stuart himself are enough to get me to watch something. Estimated time of wrapping this up is mid/end of the year, so be on the lookout. If you wanna read a small interview about it head over to the Chronic Bone blog.
Just when you thought it was safe to feel good about your riding, Dennis Enarson brings out another web edit. Don’t get upset though, I mean his no doubt one of the best all round riders to have ever touched a BMX. I can understand why he has several signature parts with Demolition. Everything in this is ridiculous, the filming/editing is great & the song is top stuff. Prefect example of a well rounded edit.
If you wanted to bring the dream QLD street dawg team to the table in terms of rider and filmer, then you couldn’t get much better than this Macca x Raph combo. Macca as always brings so much ridiculous skill to the table it ain’t funny. And Raph is on point capturing it all. Throw away clips? Really? We want more!
Bringing the 80′s flair into the new age with a mix of riding styles that crosses generations and puts fun at the forefront. Casey Smith is BMX to the core and this edit Colin Mackay sent us through is proof of that. While Casey doesn’t ride for Haro, his infectious vibe sums up that iconic brand with memories of Brian Blyther and Ron Wilkerson coming to mind straight away. So rad, old school can’s and foot jam fakies and big arsed peaks on helmets. Bring it on!