There is a story behind this video. I want to give an explanation about it instead of just posting it. It wasn’t very difficult to make, but there a lot of underlying factors about it.Click through to see the explanation and video.
Philadelphia- Riding flatland BMX goes hand in hand with underground music. They are two different aspects of art and don’t get a lot of recognition out side of their respected circles.
JerseyCity-There are a few select humans, including athletes, who have decided throughout their lifetime that eating meat wasn’t for them. Such is the case for professional journalist and BMX flatlander Brian Tunney.
“Specialized Bikes have re-done their entire BMX program, bikes and team. For the BMX team, it will consist of a bunch of grass root, flow guys from around the country. I am currently the first person on the team for 2011. Thank you everyone at Specialized for the opportunity.“- Dean Watson
It wasn’t all fame and glory during the early days.
(aside from Brett- Louis was trying to post this last night but due to our change over to the correct web address BMXNJ.com, he was having some difficulties. I got this dropped in my email inbox this morning with some pics attached and the main flat writer for NJ asked me to get this on […]
Here is “Little” Nick Seabasty shredding for Grove Street Bicycles. Filmed by Larry Rhodes.
Part owner of Grove Street Bicycles, Rodney Morweiser, has been riding and fixing bikes longer than I’ve been alive. So, I figured I would shed some light on what he is riding these days. Check it out after the jump. Beware: the paint job might bring back acid flashbacks.