The third installment of the Dig Bmx X Profile Racing DIY series for this year: The Grapefruit Trails in Palm Bay, Florida.
Let Shawn Bilslend walk you through a brief history while Mark Mulville, Riley Jordan, Jared Eberwein, and Rob Nolli have a session.
Thanks to Shawn for all his dedication and hard work on this little island paradise.
On the cusp of turning 39, here’s a compilation of clips filmed from June 2015, to May 2016.
After work, early on weekends, and eeking in clips when I can while traveling with the Profile team.
Thanks to Deco Bmx.
Thanks to The Skatepark of Tampa and Alan Shirley at The Rooster Den.
Thanks to Etnies Shoes and Folklore.
Thanks to Dig Bmx for hosting the edit.
Thanks especially to Profile Racing for their employment and for giving me the opportunity to travel regularly as their Team Manager.
Enveloped by bmx: I’m eternally grateful.
To the end of a year, to the beginning of another.
Thanks for watching, Enjoy…
Much love to these folks for taking their time to help film: Thomas Sanders, Steven Caro, Alan Shirley, Mark Mulville, Jack Hartje, Zachery Rogers, Grant Castelluzzo, Mike Hinkens, Russell Wadlin, Travis Reavis, Dan Orroyo, Ben Jordan, and Chad Degroot.
Ramping up the first of a handful of VERY limited color ways this summer.
First up, the Profile Wing-P, Spectrum color way.
Available in RHD and LHD Mini hubs (55 sets total) with a small complimentary run of Elite Hubs, and Push Stems in 48 and 53mm.
Contact your local bike shop to snag a set.
This has been a rough month, to say the least.
At the end of April, I took a hefty fall while doing Bmx demos in Miami.
I figured it would mean a week off my bike, tops.
Ended up with ligament damage in my shoulder, keeping me off for 3 weeks.
Finally back on the bike now and super happy. Currently at about 75%
and getting better everyday.
While off the bike, I spent most of my time hiking and shooting
photos, mainly of wildlife.
Had some very up close and personal experiences with large gators, and
other wild animals.
Photography pretty much kept me sane, during my time off. Such cool
experiences with crazy wild animals and It was cool also shooting some
Bmx, surf and moto stuff.
Feels good to be back on the bike, but I’ll continue to be shooting
photos and learning more and more on photography.
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Big shout out to Steve Crandall and the FBM crew for hosting yet another dialed events.
This is in a backyard. Owned by a skater. Stoked on BMX.
Thanks to Crandall for inviting us out.
Eric Holladay. Tombstone bump to One footed X.
Nathan Halahan. Biggest tabe by the littlest man at the jam.
Steve Crandall. Host. All around dialed human.
Bobby Proctor, contending for highest tabe. Damn.
Early call time both days and arrived before the sun came up at Disneys wide world of sports. Doing some demos for @invictusorlando
Started by Prince Harry…who walked by our demo today. While watching weight lifting awards George W. Bush walked by me so I tapped his chest and got a handshake and he said “good to see you” in his classic voice.
Track and field was unreal and sitting volleyball as most participants do not have legs. We did not have a strict schedule with demo times and no MC so we had free reign of general public and athlete areas. Each person has their own story and we heard more than a few. Real wild the cards that are dealt, but these people were treated very well and this helped bring smiles. That was our main goal to entertain and talk with people and show them what a BMX bike can do. One solider wanted us to do a trick around him. So we did hitchhikers around him and he had the biggest smile.
Keep in mind there are over 500 competitors from 14 nations competing for gold. Everyone was a winner and the whole crew was exited to participate in this event and many more to come.
Look up more from our wounded warriors www.invictusgames2016.org
To see video, follow my snapchat chadisradasadad and huge thanks to bmxtrickstars for this opportunity.
“Early 2016 my spot was shut down due to construction works. A white wall was built around it. A little square of asphalt is left. My EXILE.”
RIDING, FILMING & EDITING: SEBASTIAN GRUBINGER
MUSIC: SONNY BLAKE – PREY UPON
HELDENPLATZ, VIENNA. 2016.
Lukas & Nathan Halahan were born on bikes. Watching these two grow up and ride has always been a treat for me. Heres some footage from one of the local parks in Pittsburgh Pa called Imperial Skatepark. The boys ride for FBM bikes and have bikes built up with the best parts from Profile Racing made right here in the good old USA. Keep an eye on the Halahan Brothers!
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