Jan 30 2015

Saavedra: On the cusp of Blue Bench.

I’ve found myself at the trails more and more. If only to sit and listen to how alive the trees are. It shouldn’t be long before I can move some dirt.

Eating heathy has been one of my main focuses. This is a kale shot followed by a orange carrot ginger

Despite the run of bad weather I’ve been trying to stay road bike as much as possible. Justin is in the background dying.

Yohan is from the south of France. He came to California to escape the winter only to experience a rare Southern California rain. But he was more then happy to help with some of the drainage at the trails.

Mike

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Jan 27 2015

Ricky Moseley: The Liquid, dirt and cement wave.

Winter time here in California has been just awesome from Beautiful sunsets to Big Waves to Amazing Dirt Jumps. Thanks to the local dig crew: Anthony Napo, Justin Mclintock, Taka (aka sakebomb) and Victor Salazar. Here’s some shots from recent adventures with Robbie Crawford behind the lens. Check it! Thanks to Profile for another awesome year and can’t wait to get this one going!!




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Jan 26 2015

Video Montage Monday.

Florida Backyard Oasis featuring clips of Mark Mulville and Madera’s Tom Villarreal. TBR: Rooster Den. 2015. Have a look…

TBR. Rooster Den. Enter 2015. from TBR BMX on Vimeo.

Dilon Leeper, Dre Tylee , and Doug Fines shredding a roof in Athens, GA. care of Philthy Films.

Roof session / A Philthy Feature from Philthy Films on Vimeo.

Thanks to Grant Castelluzzo and Erik Elstran for this Madera Unboxing of the New Madera Signet Guard. All you need to know is here. Check it.

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Jan 23 2015

Profile Sabre sprocket: New options for 2015!

For 2015, we have added an insert option to the Profile Sabre sprocket.
Not only does the Sabre cover a wide range of tooth sizes: 25, 28, 30, 33, 36 through 45t, it can now adapt to just about any style crank set.

With the addition of the 24mm bolt on insert, the Sabre now covers 5 crank spindle sizes:

-19mm bolt on
-19mm spline drive
-22mm bolt on
-22mm spline drive
-24mm bolt on

Available today!

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Jan 22 2015

Moseley’s Monster Jam. San Diego Bound.

Hey everyone. Hopefully everyone’s new year is going as good as mine! It’s been a fun few weeks as far as swell in the ocean, riding and filming some new stuff for a couple edits I’m dropping soon! keep an eye out! heres a few shots I grabbed yesterday doing shows for monster truck jam down in SD with Larry Edgar, Mike Parenti, Victor Salazar, Mykel Larrin
It was a lot of fun. Check it!




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Jan 21 2015

Jared Eberwein: Enter 2015.

“Started the year of with a good run of shows, the first show was pretty much my first time riding since my second knee surgery. It was a two day event deal for All Wheel Sports, first day was rehearsal and the second day was the actual show, too at night. The show is pretty awesome and a lot more interesting then a regular BMX show, but there is a lot more going on then a normal show. Gymnast, dancers, roller bladders, scooter riders, and some parkor. The event was pretty much like expo for companies to come scope out some show businesses that put on some sort of entertainment. AWS brought us all together for this two day event to put on a show so all the clients can see the real deal, it was a good time.
Second show of the year was shortly after the first show for AWS, about a week. It was another NBA halftime show, this time it was for Robert Castillo, his company BMX FreeStyle Team. I think its been over a year since I’ve actually done a show with Robert, I’ve done some shows for Robert not too long ago, but not with him. Brought me back a bit, Robert was the first person I’ve ever done a show with back when I first started riding, probably at age 16. Robert has still got that fire he puts behind every show, this NBA show we did, was for the Oakland Warriors. Unlike a normal NBA show, this location is a bit different, because the place where we build the ramp in the back is a lot bigger of a area, so that we can actually get in some practice time and jump the ramp. The show went off without a hitch, and I actually wore a GoPro on my helmet, which I don’t think I’ve ever done before. Our Flat land rider’s friend was there taking photo and getting video coverage in the short time that is available during an NBA show, his name was Terry Barentsen. All our tricks went as planned, setup was good, as well a tear down. Packed everything up, headed out to get some sleep, then flew home first thing in the morning.”





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Jan 20 2015

Saavedra: Up and Up.

Things are starting to make great progress! I’ve been pushing myself harder and harder with my new road bike! Thanks to the good folks at Fairdale! Starting slow but working my way up everyday. Looking forward to getting back on my bike and roasting a good dub by late this summer!

Spanish flash back! Last September getting lose on the new hip line at the Lost trails! Thanks to David for pic!

Evening rides have been where it’s at!

Yupp those are spandex

Mike

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Jan 19 2015

Brand New Mulville Advert in Print.

Thanks to Bmx Plus! for hosting this photo of Mark Mulville in the latest issue.
Step down T-Bog shot during last year’s Profile trip to Miami.
Natural Camo Elite Hubs now in stock!

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Jan 17 2015

History Lesson? Alessandro Barbero visits Bicycle Museum of Cosseria Savona, Italy.

Hello to everyone! 2015 just started and I am all ready at Woodward Camp. The other day I brought my BMX bike to the Bicycle Museum of Cosseria, Savona, Italy. The experts say that this is the most tech bike museum in all of Italy from 1800 to our days.
Enjoy the pics below

Alessandro

“I think that to have my BMX bike shown in a Museum is very prestigious. I am very happy and proud of it. The Bicicle Museum of Cosseria Savona deserved to be visited to not forget our history on 2 wheels. A very special thanks to the Berutti’s Family for the great evening there”



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