Nick Ince Edit #2 13

A little less than a year ago we dropped an edit of NorCal street shredder Nick Ince. Now, he's stepped up his game and is back for round two. The progression in his riding is obvious and this edit is awesome.

Click here to watch Nick's first Vital BMX edit.

Credit: kevin kiraly
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  • FIT_bOyEE

    12/13/2010 4:45 PM

    @hejny7- is your 3/8" hub a male or a female axle??? because if you still got a male axle you should defenitly just get a female axle because if you bend anything it will be the bolts and not a axle like on a male hub, and if it bends u just gotta go to home depot r something and pay like 1$ for a new bolt! because i am the same way i bend my front hub all the time from smiths and tooths, so i gotta a female hub and now its soo much easier instead of getting a ne axle and puting one in which is the biggest bitch or even getting a new hub

  • bradleygucci

    12/12/2010 9:12 PM

    that kid just fucking rock that shit : D

  • charburst

    12/12/2010 8:12 PM

    some of those spots were in a verde edit

  • meeridinstreet

    12/12/2010 7:03 PM

    hejny7: ya i would have to say getting a strong fork is your best option it takes most of the force when u land, and 14mm hub is stronger but i would just save money and get a fork

  • zmith_jrinds

    12/11/2010 11:12 PM

    never seen a feeble to toothpick on a rail before. so wicked.

  • colony@

    12/11/2010 11:04 PM


  • Hanni39

    12/11/2010 10:55 PM

    kid kills it

  • Benedikt.Bagger

    12/11/2010 4:48 PM

    I really enjoyed this first 180 gap and that barspin gap at the end was sick as well!

  • RhysBMX

    12/11/2010 4:43 PM


  • hejny7

    12/11/2010 2:50 PM

    amn sooo sick! i have a question for all of you out there, my front wheels are constantly getting fucked up from bending my axel, logically it seams if ur bolted onto a stong dropout the size of you axel wouldnt matter cuz the dropout would prevent bending. i also land pretty heavy on my front on smiths and toothpicks. i just got a newe hub and its bending already, my dropout is also pretty bent since the fork hasnt been change in like 4 years and is getting weak. so this leads me to my question. Should I invest in a new 3/8 fork or get n odyssy hazard 14mm front hub and a new fork? i think the 14 mm combo would be strong, but it would be heavy and more expensive. And just buying a new fork would be cheaper, so if that would work out without this problem i would like to do that. please tell me what i shoukd do if u have overcame that problem

  • Rodrigo_Pascoal

    12/11/2010 12:25 PM

    fucking sick, i love his style :D

  • LorenzoGallegos

    12/11/2010 11:59 AM

    kid rips!

  • nathan.dickson

    12/11/2010 11:26 AM

    those fakie grinds are sick :D