How bicycles were made in 1945

How bicycles were made in 1945

It has been 67 years since this video was made, but the process is still relevant in today’s metal framed bikes.  Take a time and learn something new.

BMX Hump Day Giveaway!

Its time for a BMX Hump Day Giveaway! To enter Click Here! One winner will be selected at random later today at 5PM CST. Good Luck.

Drew Bezanson at Toronto BMX Jam 2012

You might already know that Drew Bezanson is insane, but has the skills to back it up! This kid is truly pushing limits of what you can do on a BMX bike. Here are a few clips from the final heat of the pro division in the toronto bmx jam 2012…..pure insanity. The footage is not of the highest quality, but it is still worth watching.


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Red Bull Dream Line Part 1

Red Bull Dream Line Dirt BMX contest was held at Coffee Mill Ski Resort in Wabasha, MN this past weekend. Red Bull gave Anthony Napolitan and his team of builders the necessary resources to make their dream lime come true. They were able to build a custom dirt trail course out of the ski resort.  No one knew that they were building this course in the middle of nowhere Minnesota a few months ago. To their surprise no one touched the course until they got there last week. Friday was the first day of the comp 16 of the top dirt riders came out to ride the course. There were two different heats with 8 riders in heat. Each heat all the riders had a one hour runs, within that hour each rider gets to ride as many runs as they could. The judging the contest were the riders.

Only 8 made it to the finals. Those 8 are

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JC Pieri's American Dream | BMX Abroad


One of the first things they teach you in business school is to avoid art for art’s sake. Lucky for us, this ain’t no business, this is a lifestyle, and artsy stuff just gives us a feeling just like that just-landed-a-trick-for-the-first-time vibe. JC Pieri is a Frenchman who spent the past summer touring the states with his friend Ben Snowden, he’s a filmer by trade, but the kid’s nearly as good behind the bars as he is behind the lens, and he put together this edit from his trip of his own rolling around abilities.

France will tell you that they are the cultural epicenter of the world, and its stuff like this that back up their statements. Pieri rides bike parks all over the west coast in this edit, with his eclectic blend of tricks, and a bag of mounts and dismounts that will have you thinking twice about your style next time you throw a leg over the seat.

The Vimeo summary Pieri posted with the video sums up his perspective pretty perfectly, “In this video i tried like in my previous video for Amity, to create some stupid tricks to show that even if you’re in the best skatepark you can find funny stuff to do without tailwhip or barspin everywhere.”

JC’s manual on water have you praising Pieri’s style? Check out the rest of his vimeo channel.