Here’s the behind the scenes of our Ukrainian rider, Vasya Lukyanenko’s satellite ride video we posted recently. It’s subtitled into English and it’s great to hear the inside story of the dishes. Enjoy this one! Watch the original video after the break.
It is so great to see young kids like Ryan Slusher absolutely shredding on 16″ bikes. He is pushing the limits of what kids are doing on these bikes. He’s riding our Sunday Primer Jr. which is specifically tailored for kids between the ages of 5-10 years old. The bike has proper fitting bars, 28 spoke wheels and a very short chainstay length which makes it easier to spin, whip and backflip. Learn more about the Primer Jr after the break.
The Two Four Flat crew is at it again! This one is a bike check with Danny Sirkin and then even more flatland with Prasheel Gopal and Mark Kuhlmann. These guys do bar flips, cliffhangers and backpacker whips on the 24″ Model C bikes. Check out more info on our 24″ stuff after the break.
Looking for Garrett Reeves and Cory Wiergowski clips? Then check out this Long Beach / SoCal Mix video by Zach Krejmas featured on BMX Union. Just a few clips to wet your appetite.
What an amazing set up to find! I’m guessing our Ukrainian rider, Vasya Lukyanenko, did this legitimately because it’s a Red Bull video, but who knows. I do know that these satellite dishes are very high up in air and this would be extremely nerve wracking.
When we said our 24″ cruiser bikes could ride anything, we definitely meant it. Joe Cicman and Danny Sirkin take 24″ cruisers into a flatland direction with their video entitled Two Flat Four. You have to be quite tall to do a deathtruck on a 24″, but this video proves it to be possible. Check out our 24″ Model C AM complete after the break.
Erik Elstran is easily one of the most creative riders in BMX. If his name is listed in a video, you are guaranteed to see something creative. Just watch this video from his summer at Lake Owen Camp and enjoy.
Lee Dennis comes at you with a lot of speed and tech moves in his latest Primo edit. Usually speed and tech are not associated together, but Lee makes the connection. Fully enjoyed this one.
How amazing is this video? Nine year old Kaden Stone shreds in his first ever video edit. We made our 16″ Primer Jr/Lil’ Spark with kids like Kaden in mind. The goal was to create a bike with a geometry that made it easier for a kid to have fun and progress on a bike. Most 16″ bikes look out of proportion and usually have a chainstay length that is too long which hinders how easy the front end comes up. A shorter chainstay makes it easier for a kid to maneuver the bike. Just look at how easy Kaden rides his Primer Jr./Lil’ Spark. Check after the break for more info.
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