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March Madness 2018

This year’s March Madness warehouse sale/jam at Full Factory went down over the weekend, and it was a great time. Don’t believe us? Check out this rad recap video courtesy of Ride BMX and Ryan Fudger. Shoutout to everyone who came through!

Swampfest Gallery

Our friend Jeff Dustin shot some radical photos with his Vivitar Series 1 film camera at Swampfest last month, and he really captured the feel of the weekend. Be sure to make it out to Swampfest next year!

Farewell Mark Burnett

Sad news, Mark Burnett is moving on to new opportunities. Mark is one of the most talented and determined riders I’ve met, and it’s been a treat seeing him come into his own over the past five years and establish himself as a true force in modern-day BMX. Mark’s been a big part of Sunday for a long time, and we’re bummed to lose him but excited everyone will still get to watch him be just so ridiculously dialed over at his new spot, which he’ll be telling you about soon. Everybody at Sunday wishes Mark nothing but the best.

– Walter Pieringer, Sunday TM

Swampfest with Full Factory

Super awesome weekend at Swampfest! Mark Burnett came away with the street win AND made it across the swamp rail, and I’m sure everybody had a blast. Huge thanks to Trey Jones and everybody who came out. What a wild scene!

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Erik Elstran
BMX Creativity at its Finest

Here’s a new Elstran video with an incredibly accurate YouTube title.

Video by Ride BMX.

When it comes to Erik Elstran’s riding, the only thing you can expect is the unexpected—and that it’ll be awesome. While on a recent trip to SoCal with the Madera team, Erik fired out five totally unorthodox clips at a very ordinary skate plaza.

Mark Burnett
Take Your Time

Here it is. We are starting off 2018 with something huge. Shadow Rider Mark Burnett has been traveling, working his ass off, and collecting footage for two years to create this edit with filmer Ryan Chadwick. Enjoy and here are a few words from Mark himself about his experience with Chadwick:

“I met Chadwick when I was 14. I was a skeletal version of who I am today. Imagine hand-picking a 14 year old kid to accompany a group of 20-somethings on the road as a 26 year old man. How do you do that? If you tried to discipline me at that age I probably would’ve told you to, “suck it” or something along those lines. Maturity isn’t something I had perfected quite yet. He invited me to his home. He shared his friends. He educated me on the delicacy of the Cornish pasty and then because of him I was able to eat a pasty in the streets of Cornwall. On numerous occasions he has conquered the world with me, waiting patiently while I deplete myself trying tricks hundreds of times over the course of many hours. When I do something sub par he will be the first to tell me, but he also understands when I do something 6 times because the last 5, “just didn’t feel right.” I film now as well, and I know how easy it is to get frustrated behind the lens as well as on the bike. The relationship between filmer and rider has to be just right and I think we’ve found that with each other. It’s not easy knowing that this will be our last project for a while, but I sure am proud to let our saga rest here.”

Filmed By: Ryan Chadwick
Edited By: Mark Burnett

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