Kink’s Calvin Kosovich rides fast, smashes big set ups and does cool wallride lines. Stoked 0n this.
Vans just dropped a fifteen-minute mixtape of their whole squad; with the video helmed by our own Calvin Kosovich, with a number of clips from the man himself as well as Sydney wunderkind Lewis Mills. The whole video, of course, is unreal, but I definitely feel Calvin and Lewis steal the show!
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 […]
Lewis Mills and Ben Norris are becoming an unstoppable duo. As a mostly transition rider, I usually notice a standout clip or two in these kinda videos, but I can’t single anything out, it’s all fuckin’ unreal and you should watch it immediately!
Sydney prodigy Lewis Mills has been on a tear lately. After Simple Session, he stopped by the Source Park in Hastings and churned out this brief but great Lock In video. Bike skills are next level, a couple of pretty fuckin’ unreal links in here.
Andy Buckworth has been one of our biggest exports on the international contest scene, but has been noticeably absent for the past year. In this video by Scott Greentree, Andy discusses his injury, recovery and plans for the future, between doing some pretty wild shit at Red Hill trails.
Alex’s video from last week is sure to be one of the highlights of 2018, but there was a bunch more that went into making it. This raw cut shows bails, second angles and leftovers, which are all pretty amazing. There are a few good little tidbits in here for sure.
Alex Hiam is one of BMX’s best examples of a successful child prodigy. Alex has always been a very capable guy on a bike, but he has grown into one of the most creative and stylish riders around. This video from Colony really exemplifies that. He does tricks to fakie higher and smoother than most […]