The dudes at Back Bone have been throwing the ACT Jam for a good few years now, and it seems like each time it gets bigger and better. The trend continued this year, with the traditional Weston and Belco stops separated by a throwback King of Dirt at Kambah BMX track, and it all culminating […]
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!
For the 8th consecutive year, I’ll be hosting the Blake Buttefield Memorial Jam at my old local, Kempsey Skatepark. 2017 marks 10 years since Blake’s passing, and there doesn’t seem like a better way to carry on his legacy than gathering a bunch of mates together and shredding the summer arvo away. Festivites will kick […]
The dudes at Back Bone always have something cooking in the CBR scene, and this right here is truly grassroots BMX. Tyson and Tommo shaped a lip into the side of this dirt mound and threw a bloody jam on it!
BMX events all seem to be under the curse of an unfortunate trend lately; being postponed due to weather. Dylan Lewis’ Caloundra Rock n Roll Jam was one such event. Despite this, it looked like a really solid turnout and a rad as hell day. Dudes Killing the transition oasis that is Caloundra skatepark. Look […]
Hell On Wheel’s annual ‘End of Daylight Savings Jam’ at Five Dock Skatepark has been a steadfast element in the Sydney scene for nigh on a decade, and is always one of the most highly anticipated riding days of the year. This year continued that tradition; with all of the usual heads you’ve come to expect. […]
Two Snakewoods/Last call posts in a row, but I reckon it’s more than justified. James Fox spent most of the weekend lurking around with his camera, and as such gathered a shitload of footage for our viewing pleasure. I’m not gonna rattle off a list of highlights, because the entire video is one, it’s just […]
10 months after the fact, Troy Charlesworth has put out his piece from last years Flem Banks jam. I really enjoyed this; it has a really organic feel, as though he picked a spot and filmed whatever happened in front of him. No ‘contrived clips for a cooler edit’ to be found.