The Big Big BMX Show Season 2, Episode 6 328

Recap the best BMX videos of the past few weeks and enter for your chance to win one of three prize packages from S&M Bikes!

Credit: Glenn PP Milligan
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  • bluerockit

    11/27/2009 6:54 PM

    Oh dang. it's contest time!

    Numba Uno: I'm fairly confident the majority is correct, that it's S&M's please kill me.
    Numero Dos: Definitely a year before me. 1988
    And da finale: Dylan Ambrose, head-tap for the win

    Thanks Glenn for the BBB show, it's great fun.

  • billgrif379

    11/27/2009 6:49 PM

    1...the first S&M video that Matt Beringer was in was, S&M's Please Kill Me.
    2...Slam bars were first released in 1988
    3...Dylan Ambrose

  • brakelessrider13

    11/27/2009 5:34 PM

    1. "Please kill me"
    2. Slam bars were made first in 1988
    3. Dylan Ambrose

  • DIMEBAG93

    11/27/2009 4:43 PM

    please kill me
    1988
    dylan ambrose

  • crazyBmxr1

    11/27/2009 4:41 PM

    The first S&M video that Matt Beringer appeared in was S&M's "Please Kill Me"
    The first "Slam" bars were made in 1988 because they did not like the quality their vendor gave them, so they parted and made their own and began manufacturing them in Santa Ana.
    The S&M employee who did a wallride over Randy Brown was Dylan Ambrose.

  • asset

    11/27/2009 3:44 PM

    i could rant on about how much i love sandm products.and i may but its just finding the words for how i feel about them.could that be worse than being gay?ill have to ask DYLAN AMBROSE ive got a feeling he would know about it,but anywho.beringer has lost alot of hair since please kill me,just noticed in that vid, the good old age catching up abit now.dont worry guys its gonna happen to most of us and ive already started damn.ive always wanted to smash my tire on sumones head but ive never found an appropiate time but seems as tho dylan ambrose did, well done son.my mate had a tattoo of sandm on his leg bit silly due to the fact he rode mostly federal parts maybe hes just a poor individual that would have loved the opportunity to ride such classy product(note a bit of sucking up in that sentence)Tongue
    anywho to the answers
    the first full video part for matt beringer was the awsum vid VIDEO 4.but i love his please kill me and sentenced to live parts.i just rewatched the ian morris one earlier.O YEAH
    the bars were first made in the year of my birth, what a great year hey .the world gets me and they get SLAMS so that was 1988.
    and the donkey with the great sketchy shot on the head of randy brown was none other than DYLAN AMBROSE.
    i hope you liked my essay i never was good at the english language but you gotta try sometimes ent ya.im not gna beg for the parts but please please please please please please can i have them.(thats not begging)this is
    please please please please please please can i have them.ok ill stop now but i hve to post link to this vid i love it.not just saying it cuz its an s and m comp but just cuz its so good and such original stuff within it ENJOY!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSV99XqqWVs

  • asset

    11/27/2009 3:44 PM

    first video was VIDEO 4
    slams were first made in 1988
    an the rider was Dylan ambrose
    man i want and need these parts so much

  • kaelenapo@sbcglobal.net

    11/27/2009 3:33 PM

    1. "please Kill Me"
    2. 1988
    3.Dylan Ambrose

  • C Buck

    11/27/2009 3:06 PM

    first video was please kill me
    slams were first made in 1988
    an the rider was Dylan ambrose
    S&M has awesome ramps

  • headrush132

    11/27/2009 2:42 PM

    1. "Please Kill Me"
    2. Slam Bars were first made in 1988.
    3. Dylan Ambrose
    that stem is sick

  • burtondk64

    11/27/2009 2:29 PM

    1. Matt beringer (one of the most fucking orignal riders of all time) first appeared in S&M's "Please Kill Me"
    2. The slam bar was released in 1988
    3.The wall ride to skull tap was stylishly done by Dylan Ambrose.

    I hope this works bc i need that frame super bad.....

  • asset

    11/27/2009 2:27 PM

    first video was VIDEO 4
    slams were first made in 1988
    an the rider was Dylan ambrose
    man i want and need these parts so much

  • nightlywings

    11/27/2009 2:24 PM

    1. "Please Kill Me"
    2. Slam Bars were first made in 1988.
    3. Dylan Ambrose

  • thegwz

    11/27/2009 2:22 PM

    (Add your own) Please Kill Me
    2. Slam Bars were first made in 1988.
    3. Dylan Ambrose

  • Hi IM Joe

    11/27/2009 2:17 PM

    1. "Please Kill Me"
    2. Slam Bars were first made in 1988.
    3. Dylan Ambrose

  • Smithers

    11/27/2009 1:58 PM

    1) PLEASE KILL ME
    2) 1988
    3) DYLAN AMBROSE
    PLEASE LET ME WIN I NEED IT BAAAAAAAAD!!!!!!

  • asset

    11/27/2009 1:52 PM

    all these comments saying PLEASE KILL ME are making me think its that.
    nah its VIDEO 4 (thats my final answer)
    the slam bar was born in the best year.THE YEAR OF MY BIRTH.that was a great year wernt it.people got the me and as a bonus they got the first slam bar in 1988 (yes i am gettin old at the ripe age of 21)
    DYLAN AMBROSE was the guy that did the great wall tap.not really he was just retarded and we all now know he can be sketchy.so lads when you see him either run to your cars or put a helmet on

  • asset

    11/27/2009 1:51 PM

    first video was VIDEO 4
    slams were first made in 1988
    an the rider was Dylan ambrose

  • Wolfen

    11/27/2009 1:46 PM

    1. The first video Matt Berringer appeared in was S&M "Please Kill Me".

    2. The Slam Bar was first released in 1988

    3. That hot stud of a guy was Dylan Ambrose.

  • eyrocks

    11/27/2009 1:28 PM

    1. "Please Kill Me"
    2. Slam Bars were first made in 1988.
    3. Dylan Ambrose

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