“The most creative rider ever.” Tate Roskelley lives up to his reputation with his Headlights video part that will leave you baffled and replaying again and again. Tate’s riding is largely based around concepts, mixed with physics—sounds confusing, right? That tends to happen to watching Tate ride.
Well, this is what four years of dedication looks like! Jamie Thayer went waaaay way in for his first ever section and ending part from #thewayout video. Not a lot of people can say their first part was this hectic! He filmed so much crazy shit for this two-song masterpiece, shot throughout the Midwest. Roof clips, huge rails, massive whip gaps - this has it all. Incredible stuff.
The world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series drew to a close yesterday with the Men’s and Women’s final competition rounds for the Mexico City stop at the brand new Skatepark Metro Puebla 2. As the pivotal last pro qualifier for the 2019 tour season, the Vans BMX Pro Cup has now determined the final field of BMX talent to advance to the series’ Championships, to be held in Huntington Beach on September 14-15.
Celebrating a full weekend of premier BMX competition, nearly 40 men and women competitors battled it out for podium honors at the brand new Mexico City course. The dramatic finale unfolded in front of energetic fans, ending with the celebration of two Australians taking first place in the women’s and
Voodoo Jam has been a staple in the New Orleans bike scene since 2004 when it began as a local grassroots competition. Fifteen years later the event is anticipated worldwide and draws the best flatland BMX riders from all the corners of the globe, from countries like Thailand, Brazil, Peru, France, Germany, and Japan. Saturday night Voodoo Jam returned to NOLA, and despite its worldwide reach the event has managed to keep its signature local style. Voodoo Jam is more of a celebration of the sport, with a huge party-like atmosphere that only New Orleans and its crowd can provide.
While some of the world’s best had to travel far to make it to Voodoo Jam, others had a much shorter trip. Hammond, Louisiana’s Terry Adams, a two-time NORA Cup Champion, has competed in the event since its inception in 2004.
Terry is widely recognized as a pioneer in flatland BMX, and one of the best to ever do it. He’s been riding
Stay Strong is excited to announce it’s second Limited Edition Vans shoe collaboration dropping very soon... The Vans brand was a longtime sponsor of Stephen Murray throughout his Pro BMX career and they have continued to show love and support for Stephen and the Stay Strong Brand since the tragic accident which left him paralysed back in 2007. His very own “Staying Strong” autobiography also launched at House of Vans in London a few years ago.
Following the success of the first Vans x Stay Strong collaboration, which sold out in just a few hours, the new release is on the same Old Skool model. This time with a monochrome design, bold repeat logos and Stay Strong’s brand motto ‘For Life’ across the heels.