Slowly but surely, the first brand in freestyle BMX; Haro is coming under more and more influence from an Australian rider. Well maybe he’s Scottish and may possibly be a US citizen now, but we’ll let that slide as he spent his fair share of time living here! Let us introduce you to the one and only John Buultjens. Easily.... Read more!
Next weekend sees the Ride On x Rampfest Open Competition going down in Melbourne at Rampfest Indoor Park. Featuring Junior and Amateur classes as well as Pro and one of the biggest cash purses for an Australian Bmx event plus every brand behind it for prizes, this is a must get to event whether you’re young or old, Jnr, Am.... Read more!
As the web edit becomes the major form of advertising from BMX brands, it’s only right that well done product checks are popping up more and more. Information and sweet riding all in one. What do you think? Keep em separate or is this the way forward? Whatever the case, Fit Bike Co’s new Barstool seat looks the goods and.... Read more!
It’s those that can’t sleep at night wondering why things are so and working out solutions that change this world. While Daniel Neale’s idea may not change the world, it may just ensure everything is tight! His take on the humble allen key is nothing short of brilliant and may lead you to one of those “damn, why didn’t I.... Read more!
We just got word from the main man in Australian BMX Clint Millar that the 2015 range of Academy Bikes are going to be landing August 1st. Looking more dialled than ever with a ton of refinements and some new graphic treatments, the range goes all the way from a balance bike, through 12″, 16″, 18″ and various 20″ models..... Read more!
The crew at Selekt Distribution are on it. After the success of the limited edition Slayer frame, their next limited frame is a dystopian master piece. 20 limited edition Cult x Clockwork Orange frames will be available in a flat trans blue with custom Cult / Clockwork Orange die cut stickers. There will be 10 available in 20.75″ and 10.... Read more!
Once upon a time, you could tell if someone was a racer or a ramp/street/flat rider just by a quick glance at their ride. Rear brakes only was a racer and still is, while a twin brake set up pretty much signified freestyle on any terrain. Come 2014, it maybe that the majority of ‘freestyle’ riders are running only a.... Read more!
If anything has taken me by surprise over the last years, it’s been the rise of new companies making their own product here in Australia. The latest player in the home grown industry is Input BMX. Based out of Melbourne their products have been popping up all over the place and for good reason, it’s quality gear. And thats the.... Read more!
Kevin Pereza has skills. Doubters simply need to press play right about now. They should probably sit down and hold on tight as shit gets wild as he tears up his local park in Tuscon, Arizona. Cool to see Mongoose still exists in BMX, hopefully they won’t be following in the footsteps of Diamond Back and MirraCo, though I gather.... Read more!
I only just had the chance to sit down and watch the new Markit Denim DVD ‘Markit Zero’, well digi download from iTunes and I’ve gotta say, it’s possibly the DVD of the year. So to see a promo drop form those dudes of this calibre right off the back of the DVD means these dudes are serious. No 1.... Read more!