We decided the best way to end another awesome year of BMX in New Zealand would be to throw a jam with our friends at ZombieBMX. So that’s exactly what we’re doing. Saturday December 21st 3PM, we’ll be at Lynfield Skatepark, The Avenue, Lynfield, Auckland. There’ll be music from the RedBull Hummer, a free BBQ, spot prizes and good times on bikes! So come on out!
BMX is about discovery; getting out there with your friends, pedaling across town or jumping in the car to venture farther. It can be scary stepping out of your comfort-zone. Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes, not so much, but you’ll never know until you try. And honestly, you’ll probably surprise yourself with how much you learn, not only on your bike but also about yourself. You’ll be amazed how well you dig your way out of a hole & survive. It’s not for everyone & no amount of bookwork will teach the lessons that BMX & traveling can give you…But, you have to take that first step!!
The trips over, it was an amazing experience with great friends from every corner of the world brought together by the common language of BMX. We created memories that’ll last a lifetime, there were lessons learned & just go to show you’ll never know until you get out there. Discover new towns, new foods, new spots, try to set ramps up where you thought you weren’t allowed, but most of all. Trying, in this instance to have an idea that isn’t necessarily for everyone, but about how you envision bike riding & what BMX means to you & ultimately, that’s what its all about, having fun on your bike with friends who see things the same as you.
If you missed parts one and two just scroll down.
The lastest of the Get Used To It sections is now online. Featuring Subrosa’s worldwide riders including the big man himself Ryan Sher.
“With a little throwback to its roots and the Flybikes “Uno” video of a few years ago, and with interests outside of just riding bikes ranging from skating to surfing, the Fly crew’s DIY approach and guidance of semi local Ruben headed up along the Northern Coast of Spain bringing it’s own makeshift, versatile and sometimes maybe a little sketchy pallet inspired ramps to create something “more” than was really out there originally, on some of the most unique and scenic locations in the world, making “almost spots” into some of the most amazing and rideable spots ever! Enjoy the ride with the Flybikes family. Ruben, Sergio, Devon, Stefan, Kevin, Chris, Roey and Courage in Flybikes “Coastin”. Video filmed, directed and produced by Lee Turner and Flybikes.”
If you missed Part One scroll down to catch up.
Few of the Cult crew hit up El Paso skatepark for some fun little lines.
Cult rider Chase Hawk was added to the Etnies Footwear team earlier this year. They decided to wait on the initial edit and the end result is over 9minutes of incredible riding put together by Mike Manzoori . The introduction is handled by the rest of the Etnies team before getting into a solid section with an outro dropping hints of the third Etnies BMX DVD project. This is a mandatory watch.
Extra footage, behind the scenes and candid clips. It’s all here for you. Cool Story Bro.