Don't let the title fool you. The level of riding in this is not what you would expect from a flow rider's edit. Watch as Jared Duncan throws down high-level street riding to properly announce his addition to the Sunday crew.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/6/2015 2:57 PM
DeMarcus Paul is one of the hardest-working, most dedicated riders in the entire world of BMX. Every single day he's riding - and progressing - like a complete animal. Watch him throw hammers on the streets of San Diego in this new one that is guaranteed to drop your jaw.
Posted by kylecarlson on 10/6/2015 1:17 PM
Brian Kachinsky stars in a nontraditional BMX video with an official story line that centers around Brian stumbling across Camp Woodward and discovering bike riding. Sound interesting enough? Look inside and press play.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/6/2015 1:13 PM
Lewis Mills just got hooked up by Volume and Demolition through Australian distributor, BMX Militia. Lewis kills it with hard way 180 double barspins out of up rail grinds to serious moves on dirt. With this kind of riding, you can definitely bank on seeing a lot more of him.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/5/2015 4:10 PM
As the title states, Marcus Christopher is only 12-years-old and completely shreds. This is by far his best riding yet with big moves at the parks, as well as sending it down rails on street. What more needs to be said? The kid is dialed.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/4/2015 6:05 PM
An impressive mix edit featuring the Sunday team (Aaron Ross, Gary Young, Jake Seeley, Chris Childs, Brett Silva, Erik Elstran, Mark Burnett, Julian Arteaga) and what they've been annihilating during their nonstop traveling these past few months. This is solid.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/2/2015 5:03 PM
Thomas Benedetti brings the heat on both street and park for his latest edit welcoming him on board to the Éclat crew. Benedetti keeps things interesting and entertaining with his riding. For example, one clip you'll see a double whip air and then the next will be a lengthy technical street line. You're going to like this one.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/2/2015 9:42 AM
Ryan Nyquist steps into the woods to blast off all of his signature and most difficult moves that he's been winning contests with for years. On top of that, you'll witness a bunch of fresh new trick combinations that will leave you scratching your head. It's evident Ryan is not slowing down anytime soon.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/1/2015 10:55 PM
The fact that this is "leftover" clips from Trey Jones' full-length part in the "What Could Go Wrong?" DVD is unreal. This is a whole other part in itself that doesn't disappoint whatsoever. Press play and watch Trey kill it with creative riding that is both technical and burly.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/1/2015 12:27 PM
Follow along with Tom Villarreal as he hikes and rides on the Oregon Trail. From very candidly done long and unique manual lines to a huge 360 gap on a spot you may recognize from an old Props Road Fools, it's impossible to not be entertained by this video.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/1/2015 12:02 PM
Diogo Santos and Mirco Andreani star in the fourth installment of seven split edits from Federal Bikes. Everything about this one is great. The riding is amazing, the spots are stunning, and the video production is on-point. Chalk it up as a MUST-SEE for today.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 10/1/2015 11:48 AM
Scotty Cranmer hits us with episode 2 of his Youtube series featuring a session with friends at Maple Shade Skatepark. There are a lot of wild moves in this, but the most notable would have to be Scotty's unreal peg manual to whip drop in. That alone is a must-see.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 9/30/2015 5:24 PM
Jon Lynn and his bud, Keith Hopkin, from Mashable team up for a creative and fun short film to explore the new video capabilities of the iPhone 6S Plus. I love seeing projects like this pop up within BMX. Press play and be entertained.
Posted by Karl Poynter on 9/30/2015 5:09 PM