The Granite City. Abergloom. The True North... whatever you decide to call it, it's GRIEF DAILY. Our friends up in Aberdeen, Scotland have been plugging away at this one, riding headfirst into the icy wind, getting run over by cars and topping up their caffeinated alcohol levels on the regular - now it's time for Volume 1 of their adventures.
In February 2019, Thomas Henderson, Justin Schwanke, and Jesse Baraniuk of the Weird & Revered BMX crew travelled from Canada to Israel to film for their full-length DVD project, Vagabond Squad. The trio road tripped around the country with stops in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Be'er Sheva, Eilat, and the Dead Sea.
Ahhh, the smell of pine, birds singing and the sounds of the camp fire crackling away... Not what you'd expect to experience in the city of Belfast but dig a little deeper and you can find a piece of indoor paradise at The Ramp House skatepark.
It's crazy to see some of the young prodigies we've watched for years now turn into fully fledged destroyers. Felix is rolling in hot off his Simple Session win a few weeks back, and now he releases this street onslaught for Eclat. Never a slow nibble in sight!
Hurting for BMX in print? There's not much left to be honest but DIG have come up with issue 99.99 which is 196 pages thick (their biggest issue yet), has an oversized extra large format and comes with the LUX 'Aeterna' DVD and BOH 2019 Cody Pollard Pull-Out poster. Find the content info below.
DIG 99.99 - a 2019 Photo Journal featuring DIG's highlights of the year, including the DIG HOUSE NYC, the DIG awards, and much more.
On The Cover: 2019 - The year of the Australians, Ben Pigot and Jacob Deveney were up at 4am for this sunrise table teamwork shot at Bondi flats. Photo: Lucas Camino
Carlos Vinuesa really put himself through the ringer for this one via filmer Gonzalo Caballero. Carlos filmed for this in between working at a bar on a daily basis and also suffered a nasty ankle injury in the process, but damn was it worth it! After nearly two years shot in Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Granada and Salamanca, he can sit back and be proud of this one. End clip is a beast.
Last weekend saw Glasgow's Kelvingrove Skatepark play host to another KGB Jam - watch all the best bits via the VX of local Usman Afzal. Big love to our friend Victor Krsteff - Rest easy. You were such a solid part of the Scottish scene and you will be missed.