BMX The Video was released by Thorn EMI in 1983 and starred Andy Ruffell. The video sold over 1m copies around the world and was filmed in Johannesburg South Africa. The video was shot on 35mm and features some great old school racing and freestyle footage and some great music. When Andy Ruffell toured South Africa to promote the video launch, over 100,000 people turned out over 25 shows in Joburg, Durban, and Cape Town.
In celebration of our NEW NEW GOODS dropping we sent some of the crew to Vancouver to shred crete and also hit the streets of so-cal to round out this edit...There truly is something for everyone in here and the NEW NEW product line up reflects that...Nothing better than riding with friends in the summer...Get to www.cultcrew.com to check the goods...
Multi-facetted powerhouses Brady Tweedy and Justin Spriet unite for one hell of a split section in RideBMX "Headlights", a full length video by Mike Mastroni featuring DeMarcus Paul, Jake Seeley, Tate Roskelley, Ryan "Biz" Jordan, Calvin Kosovich, Shawn "Elf" Walters, Mike Mastroni, Zach Krejmas, Broc Raiford, Justin Spriet, Brady Tweedy & many more...
Had a couple days off. So decided to visit some friends in Switzerland, enjoy the area and ride some bikes. Thanks Simon Marquart and Yoshi Nagasako for showing me around and letting me join you at the UCI World Cycling center in Aigle. Didn't bring a camera to the sightseeing stuff, but most my subscribers will only care about the BMX stuff anyway, enjoy ;)
We're back with another episode of DIG's Hallowed Ground - an in-depth look at the history of some of the most iconic spots in BMX, with insight from some of the names who have thrown themselves down, along, or up them.
The Vans BMX Pro Cup series nears the final countdown to the World Championships as the world’s best BMX riders head to Mexico City for the penultimate competition before the Vans Pro Cup Finals in Huntingtinton Beach in September. Once again highlighting yet another brand new tour stop for the series, the Vans BMX Pro Cup will be hosted by the vibrant community of Mexico City, Mexico at the Skatepark Metro Puebla 2. Located in the sports and culture district of town, the final qualifier for the Vans BMX Pro Cup Tour will showcase top-ranking names of the season including consistent podium vererans Sergio Layos and Teresa Azcoaga from Spain, Jason Watts and Perris Benegas winners of the Germany event, and of course, Larry Edgar, 2018 defending world champ, who has prevailed in the series following a bumpy start this past April.
Recently transformed and upgraded for the Vans Pro Cup Series, the Skatepark Metro Puebla 2 is well-known for its different quarterpipe features, concrete bowls, different heights and box jump spots. As part of the renovation, the park will also see new elements integrated throughout the course, built by Vans and with influence from global team rider Jason Watts, the new park offers competitors a huge opportunity to get even more creative and establish unique lines.
Open to all prospective competitors, the Men’s regional qualifiers will kick off the week starting on August 16, determining the best Men’s contenders from the region to meet with the top rankings from the Germany event. The final competitor field including regional wildcards will be confirmed soon.