Sarah Walker gives you the rundown of how the 2014 Worlds went for her. Even an experienced pro like Sarah gets nervous, but she managed to push through and get 5th in the finals.
“Sarah takes us through her build up to World Champs 2014 and then gives us the breakdown on how it all went. She then took some time off before getting back into training for the upcoming World Cup events! Check it out.”
Travis Pastrana and his crew have lost their minds. Watch them go bigger than anyone else ever has. Press play and let your mind be blown!
This installment of Freestyle Friday is HEAVY! Shawn Mcintosh put out one of the best street edits I’ve ever seen. Every single clip is impressive. Press play and have your mind blown.
Nobody has been able to put together a console BMX game in recent time, but the crew at Pumped BMX has been hard at work developing the sequel to their extremely popular first version. It’s available now, so be sure to get it!
Dropping Thursday 25th September – the #1 rated BMX game is back!
Following the 2012 cult hit, Pumped BMX is back and packed full of more wild levels, more wild tricks, and over 500 challenges and achievements. Oh, and it’s 3D too!
- 50 levels, 500 challenges – from the simple to the fiendishly difficult.
- Game Center leaderboards and achievements, featuring top BMX pros.
- 16 legit tricks from kickouts to cliffhangers, from icepicks to nose manuals.
- Super accurate physics – as close as you’ll get to real BMX without picking up a bike.
- Amazing controls allow full creativity, from floaty 360s to frontflip bikeflips.
- Record straight to your device for full control over your videos.
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I thought that the “Radioactive” song had been laid to rest, but it’s unfortunately back. However, there’s a clip of Brandon Tehiko jumping over some babes early in the edit so it deserved a post. The edit also features a nice am to pro set transfer towards the end.
Bryce Betts (aka @brycebetts132) doesn’t just crank out number plates for all of the elite riders, he can also dominate a rhythm section. Columbia Basin BMX features a mellow rhythm that really opens up opportunities for Bryce to get creative. There’s plenty of triples, jump to manuals, and nose manuals in this to keep all you tech guys happy! I was particularly into how they put together the last full lap of all the best lines linked together.
When you’re done watching this video of how well Bryce can ride his bike, don’t forget about this one I posted last year that shows how bad he is at it too.
Film/edit by Peter Eberhardt.
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I think what makes the European tracks seem so much more fun than American tracks is the amount of jumps. There’s almost no flat space on this track. You’ve either got to flow perfectly during a race or you’ll be heading home early right after qualifying is done. Daniel Ruiz can handle the Alicante, Spain track.
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Marc Killian gets his bike sideways for the camera at the new track in Alcoy, Spain. The track looks like a lot of fun to ride and flows like a set of trials. Marc has the skills to match the flow of the track and does a nice triple at the minute mark.
Mike Day talks about his transition from BMX to racing mountain bikes. He hit the nail on the head about bike setup and how significant it is in the mountain world than BMX. He even has a few BMX clips where he does a line down a straightaway better than 90% of the videos I typically post. Hit that play button and watch him scrub some huge tables at Crankworx!
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Macca hit me up announcing the factory47/tapout energy team with a couple videos showing who’s on the roster. They know their riders better than I do, so here’s what the team had to say:
I am happy to announce the first names for our new team as well as our sponsors that will support factory47 over the next 12 months. We have recruited well, a mix of youth at a beginner and expert level as well as a very experienced result driven senior team. First off the rank are the girls, Chevelle Maclachlan is only new to the sport but embraces what our junior team is all about, fun, enthusiasm and a drive for constant improvement. Tyler Lea Thorley joins myself on the senior team, with 2 national titles held in the junior ranks, Tyler returns to the sport after time off and is set to make an impact in the Junior Elite Womens class next year. We have a strong belief in Tyler and with our full support we see big things in 2015 for her. Next is the father/son duo of Jos and Noah Custers. Noah joins our junior team in the 8 expert class, Jos is the 2013 35-39 mens national champion and is keen to retain the title in 2015 and win plenty more races for our senior team. We would like to thank our sponsors that have joined us – Tapout Energy, Lucky Bling, Rainbow Cycleworx, Miller Signs Graphics & Designs and Lift Watches. Checkout the release videos produced of course by factory47, 2 more vids will be released announcing the remainder of the team over the next 2 weeks.
Check out announcement two: