Dave DeBuono is a great person. So great, that I decided to interview him. His riding speaks for itself. I met him probably close to three years ago and I remember wishing I could ride just like he does. He is an underground rider and pushes the boundaries of flatland. I thought it would be […]
Here is a little Top 5 done by the one and only Brian Tunney.
Alex is a really underrated rider in my eyes and comes from the upper half of our Continent. Canada!!! Alex travels a lot going from Canada to Texas to Louisiana, Georgia, Indiana, and various places across Canada. Even placing pretty well in most of the contests he compete is. He goes to school now […]
Kurt Hohberger is the creator of www.bmxunion.com and to be honest he is the one who motivated me enough to ask Brett if I could have my own blog, so I thought I would repay him by doing a bike check. Kurt is a real good guy and has interviewed over 150 BMX pros and […]
Rick is a really talented photogrpaher. He is the photographer featured in the documentary I am in. Hit him up for some photos, dude produces. Check out what he likes to ride with. Clean and simple. Which I appreciate.
The NJ back wheel king wanted to do his own top five list. I figured why not? The dude is all about BMX whether its flatland, street, trails, ramps, racing, or just pedaling your bike. He is in the process of opening up his own shop with Ralph from Animal Bikes and Mike Wilson called […]
Dean Watson is a local rider hailing from the Hillsborough area of NJ. He rides street, ramps, dirt, whatever, just as long as it is in front of him. I’ve seen him completely tear apart the skatepark in Hillsborough, doing things I never imagined anyone doing at that park. His style is pretty unique, he […]
Brian Tunney is one of those guys who seems to not care about the new flatland trends and just sets up his bike how he wants, not how someone else wants him to have it. His style is unorthodox and very fun to watch. He is a cross over rider which contributes to both of […]
Gonna have to apologize for the background noise on this vid. The day we were up there Grove Street had some pretty heavy duty stuff going on in their shop and some tech was in their drilling and….gettin’ ‘er done.
I received news this week from Rodney Morweiser that one of the people responsible for our involvement in bicycles themselves had passed away. The man was Cyrus Amato, the owner of Cy’s Cycle Center. It was a pretty horrible feeling knowing that a man who had helped so many kids on bikes had passed on […]