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BMX: Mike Curley – Wethepeople Switch Bars

Named after his favourite trick, Mike Curley’s signature Switch Bar has Mike’s preferred geometry as well as an oval section cross tube for extra dent resistance. This year we upped the SWITCH BARS to 9″ along with updated graphics to match his NEW SIGNATURE “SWITCH” FORK. Mike needed a super steep offset fork that was […]

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Words: Chad Kerley On His Switch To Haro Bikes

That title is a little misleading, but this definitely isn’t a situation that can be summed up in a couple of words. Chad has ridden for Premium for a long, long time. But, as the years have gone on, the brand has gone through a bit of a transformation. I originally intended this video to […]

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How-Tuesdays: Superman’s with Ryan “Biz” Jordan

Over his career, Ryan “Biz” Jordan has logged some serious time in the air, so who better to teach you how to superman? Whether it’s over a double or down some stairs, the superman is always a crowd pleaser.

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BMX: Simple Session 2016 – Prelims Highlights

All the best riding from the Qualifiers at Simple Session 2016! Be sure to check the finals live feed on tomorrow (Sunday 5/1) at 7am PST. Music: “See U Another Day” by harris cole “SCENERYSCIENCE” by CLEME Sloppy filming/editing/bad color correction: Ryan Fudger

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Simple Session 2016 – Finals Highlights

I’m a little burnt out, so forgive the lack of an official edit… Nonetheless, here are all the highlights from the rather epic Simple Session 16 in run order (spare the top four riders). I’ll be pumping out a couple other random edits over the next day or two as well, so keep any eye […]

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BMX: Hard Falls at Simple Session 2016

I made a similar video when I was at Simple Session in 2014 and my explanation for doing so really remains the same… “LOL to making a wrecks video, but if you hit you W and then you hit Q in Final Cut, you can put clips on a separate timeline just incase you want […]

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The Ramp II: Trey Jones & Colt Fake | Presented By Monster Energy

Witnessing Trey and Colt’s version of riding revived a very fundamental idea of what BMX is supposed to be for me. Freestyle BMX, for all its abstractness, is the only way to describe it. Doing things because you want to, forgetting the masses, and above all, having fun. Darryl Tocco and I spent a week […]

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BMX – X Games 2016 – First Park Practice

Not going to lie, my messed up flight yesterday mixed with the long day and how weather to make this a pretty painful 1am experience for me. I’m not bitching, but I am making excuses. Here’s a quick raw-as edit from park practice today at X Games. Street should be up in the morning and […]

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Bullshittin’ At X Games – Mic’d Up With Ryan Nyquist

It hardly needs to be stated that Ryan Nyquist is a veteran of X Games, but he also happens to be one of the funniest dudes on the deck. I threw a mic on him during park practice and in honor of the Bullshittin’ video we put together last year (which there maaay still be […]

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X Games 2016 – Dirt Finals Highlights

The wind was heavy, but fortunately it was a tailwind, so all the riders had to do was just pull back more and go higher. The dudes had three runs with two runs counting and, as you should already know, Kevin Peraza walked away with a highly-deserved gold medal…his first ever. Kyle Baldock definitely put […]

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