Some of the Brisbane based SDS crew weekend tripped down to Melbourne recently and treated themselves to some of the cities delights. Since all the guys in this have unique riding styles it makes for a good watch and make you want to head out and enjoy some of that sunshine…
Boyd is such a good and diverse rider. In this video for Primary Threads Boyd goes to town on a few parks in Scotland from a recent trip he took, he makes shit look way too easy…
All was quiet on the Tempered front for a year or so, til last week when that Doomsday for the Deceiver teaser came out. This is the first full section of that piece, courtesy of Brisbane all terrain lord Wilton Hedley. It starts off pretty cruisy by Wilton’s standards, but at the 3 minute mark, the tempo kicks up a gear. It’s not often you see someone as diverse and capable as this, hell yeah!
Australian flatland legend Simon O’Brien is featured over on TCU TV this week, which is really cool to see. Simon has been around forever, and covers a bunch of interesting topics in this; small town riding, riding by himself, and being one of the few remaining flatlanders who are still running brakes. Check it out below.
Today thanks to Pat Freyne we have a great interview with the silent shredder that is Adrian Fox. Foxy has always been on another level but you never really see much footage of him but thanks to Pat we get some documentation showing how good Fox is. Check it all here.
My personal favourite section from the Sewer Side video has just been uploaded; focused around HVT. It’s always a treat watching dudes enjoy the fruits of their labour, alongside other locals and some big name riders, as well. Beechy is a highlight, and his last clip is wild.
In conjunction with YVCBMX, Colony BMX, Division Brand and Primary Threads we put on a jam at Lilydale bowl a couple weeks back. The turnout was nothing short of amazing and Jack Kelly was on hand to put together this video from his GOPro footage of the afternoons good times.
Thanks to everyone who came out.
Division Brand has started up a new video series featuring their team riders called “CBD Sessions”. The concept is simple, riders shutting the streets down in a few of the main CBD’s Australia has to offer. First up we have Cooper Brownlee, Mitchell McDonald, Carraig Troy and the inventor of grind combos himself – Anton Ayres shutting down Brisbane. If this is a taste of things to come I personally can’t wait for the next cities. Click play and enjoy!