Even when Chad is serious, he makes us laugh. Check out his interview here on Global Flat.
Trent just got back from southern Cali. after a couple weeks on the road. He rode, did some X-Games demos, and delivered Kevin Porter to his new home in Long Beach.
Congrats to Phil Aller on a double page spread in this months issue of Bmx Plus. Boss move for a boss dude. One wild gap to wall on his last trip here to the states.
2011 sees the return of Antifreeze Mini Hubs! For a limited time (until we sell all 48 sets of hubs) we have these beautifully anodized Antifreeze Mini Hubs available with all of our usual Mini Hub options. We’re only making antifreeze hubs, there will be no stems or sprockets, sorry. […]
Pirates used to mistake sea cows for topless women with fish tails. Mulville mistook one for a lip at the trails. Enjoy.
The last day of any road trip is always kind of a bummer. Eight solid days with your friends. Eight solid days of meeting new people. And Saturday marked the eighth day in a row of solid riding. Although we rode a lot each day of the trip, we capitalized […]
On Friday we headed to Eastern Boarder in Danvers Mass. While trying to find a hotel, we figured out that any attempt in doing so was a waste of time within 40 miles of boston. A ton of out of town commuters post up during the week and then head […]
After waking up on a lake in Danielson, CT., we slowly made our way to Dick Maul’s bike shop in Halifax, Mass. And somehow we still made it there an hour early. It was an honor finally getting to visit Maul’s–the first core bmx shop in New England.
After dropping DeGroot off at the airport, we headed back to Providence to pick up Vic from Circuit. From there we headed to the Daily Grind in Danielson, CT. Amazing shop owned by Chuck Goldy–long time, veteran bmxer from the area.
Yesterday was another, all day, banging session. Thanks to Greg Rooke and everyone at Fat Trax for an amazing time. Did a little bit of hang time at the shop, played some foot down, bunny hopped the height bar until our arms were sore, and then went to Hamden to […]