Five Dock’s iconic bowls saw some heated sessions whenever the near-constant rain let up during the week of the Vans contest. During one of said sessions, on a Tuesday afternoon, Dan Foley opted to pick up a camera and catch what was unfolding. And the result is 9 and a half minutes of raw goodness [...]
This is one section from the Day After Day video, with the anticipation building over the last few weeks watching J-Dog roast Sydney transition. Having grown so accustomed to watching Jayden cruise bowls, the first half of this section kinda caught me by surprise; applying some of his finesse and agility to tech moves and [...]
Lachlan Kirkwood has been steadily uploading sections of his Brisbane scene video Day after Day at the rate of two per week. Here, we have Brodie Hanson and Adam Beauchamp. Both these dudes have versatile styles and get some really good shit done. You can also click through for the first friends section. I’m stoked [...]
Tom Roddy & the JUSTAGAME dudes put together a new mixtape / DVD THIRD TIME LUCKY, to coincide with the opening of the new LOCAL BMX store out West. They are currently dropping it section by section online. Roddy comes through with some dialled spot use as usual, with some raw & burly joints that [...]
A handful of the Colony crew spent a week filming around South-East Queensland and North East NSW for individual projects, and ended up with enough leftovers for this behind the scenes video. Watching Jayden Fuller, Josh Dove, Chris Courtenay, Alex Hiam and Clint Millar cruise some of the best concrete on offer is always a [...]
Colony BMX just dropped this piece of their recently appointed rider Jayden Fuller that is simply 3 and a half minutes of Australia’s finest transition being shut down. Personal favourites would be the huge table in Melbourne’s Noble Park bowl and many of Jayden’s stylish 360′s, click play and see what I mean!
Not unlike the bag of leftover pastries you can pick up from the bakery at closing time; this minute worth of Jack Kelly clips didn’t make the cut for the main feature, but are so good that it’d be a shame to go to waste!
The Filthy Drains Jam has been a stalwart of the QLD scene for what seems like forever. Definitely looks like one of the best BMX days you could ever hope to have. There ain’t much better than loose times on sketchy built contraptions with a bunch of good dudes!