We showed the previews of this video by BMXNJ autuer Louis Orth a couple weeks ago. He’s got the final project done and has put it out there for everyone to peruse. It really captures the feel of your flatland BMXer with the lifestyle of riding and the hours of practice and mistakes and…repetition it takes […]
Totally pro edit by Bryan Culbertson of Efinger’s trick meister (ha! see, you thought I was gonna say ripper or shredder or rider…fooled again…) Dean “deh machine” Watson. Little history on tricks and pain. The editing on this video is awesome, very creative stuff. Check er out.
Right from the pages of BMXNJ Magazine, Ed’s Bike Shop rippah, Davon Johnson has put out a chill little edit right here of some summer riding. I think one of the cool things about a lot of these edits that the NJ guys are putting out is how it shows their own humility. They normally don’t […]
When I came back on the scene in 2005 I noticed a new guy that I had never seen before out there running around taking care of business in the area that I grew up in. That guy was Aaron Graf. Now I had heard of Steve Wisbeski, but Aaron was a mystery to me as […]
A year ago I was covering one of the many Hackettstown events and noticed this huge dude shredding on the BMX. He seemed like a decent enough guy and after slamming his knee into the side of one of the ramps and stepping out of the comp so he wouldn’t stress the injury, I struck […]
This young dude’s bro hooked me up with a link to his youtube channel and after checking it out, we had to put this edit up. Little man, big moves. Joey D.
Team SAF with a fall edit. Check.
The video posted below is courtesy of Mr. John Malone. John was one of the original Teaneck Streakers. They were one of NJ’s first BMX teams put together by none other than a OS legend, Charlie Litsky. These guys went on to have a national caliber pro come from their local group and were some […]
Look any young dude who uses Kansas in a web edit is ok in my book. Wayward Son got me through a lot of down times as a young mug. Great tune. Great riding. Live the life. Tyler truckmaster Bailey
Just a couple of buddies throwing down. Isn’t that what this is all about?