Aug 25 2016

Degroot: Cold War Session. Part One.

What’s happens when you get flown to an event in Russia and the whole thing gets cancelled?
You find the most interesting place to ride and make it work.
- Chad Degroot -

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Aug 16 2016

Mulville and the second largest lake in California.

Week 1 of August was a week well spent!
I had the privilege of hanging out at Woodward Tahoe for the last week
of camp, and it was nothing but amazing!
Each day was filled with Bmx, mini adventures, and tons of laughs with
campers and staff!
My favorite parts of each day were the big groups of kids we would
have ripping the trails! There were some sessions that almost every
Bmx camper was on the dirt, and that was a rare sight to see these
days.
It was also pretty awesome helping kids through the trails for their
first times, and watching them learn new moves. Such a good feeling!
The Tahoe area is such a beautiful place as well. Any free chance I
had, I spent exploring the area. On my last day at camp, I took a 4
hour hike up into the mountains, heading toward castle peak. It was so
pretty and peaceful, with no one around for miles.
From the Bmx, to the laughs, to the natural beauty that the area
holds, this was an amazing adventure.

Thanks, Woodward Tahoe for the good times.

Mark M.





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Aug 12 2016

FBM X Profile X QBMX: Maiden America Three.

Maiden America Three starts this weekend.
Keep an eye out next week on Ride Bmx’s IG for some exclusive coverage.

Sunday, August 14th at Trolley Bikes in Wilmington, Delaware.
Tuesday, August 16th at Quaker and Spokes in Northern, Va.
Friday, August 19th at Power’s Bike Shop in Richmond
Saturday, August 20th Gwar-B-Q

See you there???

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Aug 10 2016

Ricky Moseley: July in Photos.

Been a slow start to the month of July, from building my new bike, working on my Harley, to shooting wave photos. But it was great to sit back and watch the US Open this past weekend. Congrats to Matt Cordova for taking the win and Larry Edgar for winning high air.
Here’s a couple randoms from this past month….

-Ricky Moseley



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Aug 08 2016

Jeff K.. The Estabrook Jam and a Farewell.

Last week I threw a Jam with Madera’s Dylan McCauley: The Jam was in Milwaukee WI at a local DIY spot in Estabrook Park. Enjoy the Pics!

Xavier Schultz Pulling his first ever Hippie Hop.

Brandon Fugett Took the long jump win!

Max Beljaeff took the high hop win!
All in all I want to thank everyone for coming out and riding bikes! Makes all the hard work worth it!

-Jeff Klugiewicz

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Aug 05 2016

Get back to work!

The whole month of August, 2016, I am short staffed at my shop (Mr. B’s) so that means I am clocking a lot of hours solo. Today I got my whole list of work done plus cleaning, reorganizing and some bonus shores. Don’t get me wrong there is always something to do, plan, and work on. With DecoBMX in the back and MR in the front its two full time gigs under one roof. So staring at my new bike and knowing I have ridden a bit, inside my AC’d shop while its 100 degrees outside looked inviting. It just made sense to try a few things. Then a few more. All worked out but now the boss is telling me to “Get back to work”.
-Chad Degroot

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Aug 03 2016

Did Mark Twain really call Missouri, Misery?

“I went and filled in for someone in Missouri for the All Wheel Sports shows out at the Worlds of Fun theme park in Kansas City, MO. I returned home for that, to a decision/opportunity. Someone at a different theme park, but still for All Wheel Sports shows had gotten hurt. Someone rolled there ankle, and I was asked to fill in for that one as well. I had to figure and sort out some plans, but in the end I made it happen right away. I had done Knotts Berry Farm shows for a couple years and other random gigs for All Wheel Sports, the shows they do at Cedar Point in Ohio have definitely looked like the best setup to ride, and a really fun show. I had already known the rest of the cast before I showed up, so right away it felt like home. I had the show down after two shows, and the rest was just dialing it in. I got to push myself while riding there, being with friends and seeing them push theirselves always helps pump you up. I was doing 360 double whips three times a day, six days a week. Even towards the end, I started sending triple whips. Even worked up the courage to huck a 360 triple whip on my last day, last show, last jump. It didn’t go so well, but I walked away, I managed to get my first ever pedal bite on my forearm. Pretty much landed on the bike and slid down, but I learn a thing or two about it, I think haha. It was arrest time doing the shows at cedar point, grateful to have the friends and connections I’ve built over the past ten years of my life.”

Jared Eberwein





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