Anyone else remember this video? It gives one of the most accurate descriptions of BMX that I’ve ever heard.
All of these jokes may be freestyle related, but they’re absolutely hilarious. If you’re into Seinfeld, you’ll definitely dig this. Be sure to follow @rodeopeanut on instagram if you need a break from the seriousness of BMX.
“Wish more tracks in the states were like this.”
Don’t we all? That 8 pack of doubles down second straight looks so good.
Trent Jones shows you what a lap around the Manchester Supercross track looks like. Is it just me or does the second straight look slow? It seems like that drop off thing at the beginning of the straight really kills some speed and makes the next double a bit of a stretch.
My only comment about this video is this screen shot that I took of Conner Fields getting all sorts of sideways on BBC.
I’m not sure exactly how big of a deal cycling is in Australia, but I am certain that it gets significantly more news coverage than it does in the US. I can’t think of a single rider I’ve seen on any sort of national TV show getting coverage. While we’re not even getting 15 seconds of fame in the US, Caroline Buchanan seems to be all over the Australian media marketing herself and being in the spotlight.
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Press play and watch Devin Fredlund do what he does best at House Park and Pflugerville. Devin is one of those dudes who makes everything look too easy and there are very few riders that can ride the House Park bowl as well as he does.
I’m sure by now most of y’all have already seen this because it’s gone pretty viral in the BMX community, but if you haven’t it’s worth the watch. These kids will be jumping doubles in no time!
I don’t post all of Amanda Carr’s Quest videos, but I do post the ones I find particularly interesting. She got a good lap in on the main on Sunday and walked away with a third. She talks about it here and I saw on instagram that she’s staying with Hunter Pelham for the week to ride and get ready for Manchester. I’m looking forward to seeing some footage of her shredding Hunter’s track!
I got curious today during my manufacturing class when we talked about composite materials (such as carbon fiber), did some searching around, and then came across this Scott video showing their carbon frame build. The build process was pretty interesting, but I was more amazed by the testing facility and modeling that they do.