Check out Chris Childs, John Mayo, and Sean Gringas shred the hell out of an ice patch (and a concrete park and some street spots) on a 29 degree day in this new B-CAVE video by Chris. They’re definitely making the most out of the winter…
We put new Sunday pro Mark Burnett up in front of a camera, plied him with sparkling apple cider, and let him choose which of your Instagram questions he wanted to answer.
Watch Erik and Luc explore Belgrade, Serbia and shut down some spots along the way. The curved wallride down the stairs at the end would be impressive on its own but the two trained down that rollercoaster like it was no big deal.
“That sucks you have to do that. Who would want to write about a piece of shit 16-year-old?”
That’s what Mark Burnett, Sunday’s newest pro, said when I told him I need to write something announcing his newfound status on the pro team. Of course Mark was kidding, but I still take exception. He may love his sketchy teenager image, but Mark is an awesome kid with a good head on his shoulders. While he does often have a lot in common with the piece of shit 16-year-old he speaks of, I find him to be a surprisingly mature and reasonable young man. When he wants to be.
But seriously, it is with great excitement that we announce Mark Burnett is now a member of the Sunday pro team. There’s no question Mark is a pro-level rider, and I’m sure you’ll all agree he 100% deserves it. The kid knows what he’s doing on a bike, and I really feel he hasn’t even come into his own yet. Sunday turns 10 years old in 2015; we’ve got some exciting stuff planned this year, and we’re stoked Mark is on board.
2015 is almost here and we’d like to take some time to look back at all the trips we took and all the friends we made along the way. Here iss our year in videos.
If Erik isn’t one of your favorite bike riders by now, then you’re doing it wrong. Here’s his latest blend of eccentric tricks and undeniable bike control.
Jake Seeley’s a street machine so it only makes sense that his signature 2015 Broadcaster is ready to shred right out of the box. It’s one of the few complete bikes that comes with a full chromoly aftermarket frame and for this video, Jake built one up for himself, added some pegs, and started putting together some combos. Hit play to see the progressive and creative riding that Jake is known for. If you’re on instagram, make sure to follow @thejakeseeley to see what he’s been up to.
Shout out to DJ Smokey 666 for the track!
Aaron can ride pretty much everything.
Here’s a RE-UP of Jake and Erik’s split video that we dropped on April 1st of this year. You will definitely watch this more than once.