Last week, we saw behind the scenes of the construction of Logan Martin’s new backyard ramp, and now we get to see what he and Jaie Toohey can do on the thing! Dudes are running trains on some of the hardest jumping tricks in modern park riding, which is pretty fuckin’ wild. This sort of investment in himself and his riding says a lot about Logan’s intentions for the next 12 months, that’s for sure.
Russell Brindley is someone who I’ve always looked up to, both on and off the bike. He’s someone who leads the life he wants, and it’s one of principle and integrity. This really shines through in his riding. His smoothness is unmatched, and his trick selection is impeccable. In this video, put out by Back Bone BMX for Russ’ birthday, you really get to see it at its best. Riding through the woods on jumps sculpted by him and his crew, it doesn’t get better than this! Happy Birthday Russ!
Stu Munro just released the trailer for his new flatland dvd featuring some of the best to do it across the globe. Check the trailer and info below…
“Landscapes 3 is a new full-length video showcasing some of the best flatlanders from around the world featuring Aaron Frost, Chris Vasileiou, Erin Fricke, Keelan Phillips, Keita Uchino, Kio Hayakawa, Masato Ito, Mates Tuček, Mateus Beckmann, Nick Watts, Steven Hearn, Varo Hernandez, Shinichi Kib, Thomas Deschenaux, and Simon O’Brien.”
The Back Bone BMX crew convoyed out to the NSW Central-West to sample some of the finest concrete on offer. These dudes are all fast, sometimes loose, sometimes smooth and always a good watch. Hit play!
Logan Martin just had Jase Watts build up a good looking backyard setup, can’t wait to see some riding footage from here and the guys. Shot by Wayne Cant…
It’s so good seeing the Strath trails in Bendigo getting some real love of late. The crew have been working hard on the new sets and they’re looking the goods! Keen to get up there soon…
Soon after completing the Back Bone video, Brendan Boeck got the itch to kickstart a new project. Thus, Ranch Hand was born! Heavy on the transitions, with some street garnish, laid under the soundtrack of Australian live music, this is sure to be one for the ages. The trailer itself would be a rad web video, so I can’t wait for the finish product!