How long have you been riding the frame that you are currently on? Mitchel Schotman: I'm now riding the new bike for almost two months. The frame is a bit different than the previous one. I think this is one of my favorite bikes I've ever ridden. I like the geometry, it's stiff and I like the colors.
Name: Erik van de Wardt Age: 21 Hometown: Eindhoven, Netherlands Hook-ups/Sponsors: None (#ZonderPardon)
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-Spot to ride: Ride everything + a fun crew -BMX video: Federal FTS -Website: Youtube -Web video: Matt Ray Boston Massacre, Alex Hiam LUX B-Sides, #ZonderPardon mixtape out in October! -Food: Anything -Twitter to follow: Does Twitter still exist? -Person on Instagram: @ErikvdWardt he is a legend -Travel destination: The Alps, Peitruss skatepark, Eurocamp -Riders to ride with: #ZonderPardon crew (Levi Maas, Milan Tenbult, Tom van den Bogaard and)
It's never good to hear a BMX company has to close their business. A company is started for the love of BMX and getting to be creative and make products that you and your riders think are the best possible products out there. On top of that getting to travel with friends to spots all over the place and film videos and create content is one of the bigger reasons to keep the brand going. At Mutiny they've now come to the point that the plug had to be pulled and all that's left are memories of the past 22 years. Find their official statement in the image.
Luckily they've got enough good videos to look at of stylish timeless riding. We would advise you to look up a few today.
The pros have voted and here's your top five nominees for NORA Cup Video Of The Year. Congrats to Always Fiending/Fiend, Champagne/Kink BMX, No Future/Marie Jade, Vacilando/Skapegoat, and Widdit/Animal Bikes.
During a recent low-key Kink trip to upstate New York with Nathan Williams and Hobie Doan, we sat down with Nathan and hit 'em with five questions covering his just-released "Why Not?" and 2020 X Games Real BMX parts, how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected him, and why he started Help.
Back in June of 2019 Dennis Enarson set out to make the part of a lifetime; something he and the BMX community would be proud of. The goal was to capture BMX riding that lives on throughout time. He spent 8 months hammering away at his goal. This part was 90% complete before Covid hit and shut down plans for filmmaker, Rich Forne, to come out from Spain to San Diego to get Dennis’ last few bangers. Instead the two finished editing the part from other sides of the world.
Pro Open Friday 11 September ELLIOT MCGRATH, STAATS/CIARI, ANOKA, MN 2 TYLER KLUMPER, TARPON SPRINGS, FL 3 KAMREN LARSEN, SUPERCROSS, BAKERSFIELD, CA 4 JAMES (FLYIN MONKEY) PLUMMER, BLACK WIDOW BMX, SAINT FRANCIS, MN 5 NATHAN DAVIDS, FACTORY SSQUARED, KAUKAUNA, WI 6 BRAYDEN (THE BULLET) KEMPEL, ALPHA, RAMSEY, MN 7 JENA SAGENDORF, SURPRISE, AZ