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GROW UP
Jake Seeley

There are a lot of innovative riders in BMX, but I think of Jake Seeley as having his own brand of innovation. Some riders take BMX in entirely new directions with wildly different moves, while Jake uses many of the same building blocks as other modern street riders, but in ways nobody else is coming up with. The result is some beautifully imaginative combos and a unique form of riding that’s at once grounded in tradition and refreshingly different.

Don’t think any of this comes easy. It’s not uncommon for Jake’s attempts at a clip to number in the hundreds; that’s not a testament to a lack of skill or ability, but to how hard what Jake’s doing really is, and to how dedicated he is to making the crazy shit he cooks up happen.

The other thing about Jake is he’s a perfectionist. Jake will try something 100 times, pull it nearly perfectly, hate one almost imperceptible detail, and give it another 100 goes. There are clips in his Grow Up part he landed seven or eight times, still wasn’t happy with, and we had to convince him to use. I don’t think I’ve ever filmed with a rider with such high standards.

But man, I gotta say it’s all worth it. Check out his part and you’ll understand.

–Walter Pieringer

If you haven’t seen Grow Up yet, you can buy the digital download for $5, or buy the DVD and get over an hour’s worth of bonus footage. Also make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get instant updates on new releases!

Jake rides the Street Sweeper

The Street Sweeper evolves directly from Jake Seeley’s original Broadcaster frame by using shorter chain stays, a steeper head tube angle, a taller bottom bracket and smaller hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. Built with versatility in mind, the Street Sweeper features removable u-brake hardware and Gyro tabs. The frame’s front triangle makes use of traditional round MotoRoss style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting.

Learn more about the Street Sweeper »

Top Tube Lengths: 20.75″ or 21″
Head Tube Angle: 75.25°
Seat Tube Angle: 71°
Chainstay Length: 12.70-13”
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.7”
Standover: 8.8”
Tire Clearance: 2.4”
Head Tube Length: 4.7”
Weight: 5 lbs.

Buy the Full Video

Get the digital download to watch it now. You can save it to your computer or stream on devices (via VHX app).

Get the DVD for over an hour of bonus material (Unused footage & double angles, Beefs, The Struggle, Intro shoot take 1, Everything else, Team iPhone compilation, Trailer #1, Trailer #2, Trailer #3, Mixer web video).

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