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Dennis Enarson is one of today’s all around great bike riders. That pretty much sums him up. The fact that he always looks like he’s having a good time is just icing on the cake. Dennis is no stranger to street, riding park, dirt at contests or anything in between. He does it all. Dennis is pretty young, so that means we will see a whole lot more of him. That’s awesome!
Dennis is currently recovering from surgery on his femur, so I got in touch with him about doing an interview. We dig into Dennis’s history, his sponsors and what MARKIT is all about. Click below to read that.
Thanks to Brandon Means for the photos.
It’s crazy to think that the trio known as the Beastie Boys are no more. Not many groups can do it the way they did.
Rest In Peace to Adam Yauch.
Mike Tag’s recent passing has definitely been a major blow. It’s extremely sad when somebody has to succumb to a disease, and our thoughts are with Mike’s friends and family.
As I stated before… I did not know Mike personally, but there is a weird connection you feel to someone when you grow up watching them in BMX videos and reading about them in magazines. That’s Mike for me since the mid-late 90′s. Through FBM videos and such, Mike was definitely one of those riders that was just always there, in the scene.
This Mike Tag tribute features words from some of his close friends, as well as riders who were influenced by him. I simply asked them to write the first thing that came to mind about Tag. Click below to see what Ryan Corrigan, Steve Crandall, Chris Doyle, John Paul Rogers, Stew Johnson, Bob Scerbo, Van Homan, Brian Tunney & Leland Thurman had to say.
Rest In Peace to Mike Tag.
I remember when collecting old BMX bikes seemed a little bit kooky. I always thought it was cool, but I could never quite relate… until people started collecting bikes that I had personally lusted after, saved for, or learned tricks on in my childhood. The very first bike that made me decide that BMX was the best thing ever was the 1988 Haro Sport. I started raking leaves and shoveling snow, and before I knew it it was 1990, the Sport was temporarily gone, and I was buying the world’s first bashguard bike instead — $309 for the complete Haro Master from Frankford BMX mailorder.
John Buultjens is a true Haro loyalist in that his collection spans from the first freestyle bike to the last one Bob Haro designed before selling his company in 1993. And considering how Bob’s bikes are going for multi thousands on eBay these days, I should have raked a few more leaves and bought a few more bikes.
It’s rad to watch how the designs and graphics progress through the years. Take a trip.
Tony Cardona. Here he is with a gnarly, feel-good edit for Empire. Good to see some new shit from this dude.
Hit up Ride BMX to check it out.
Will Stroud has been putting in work behind a video camera for many years now. He’s a staple in our scene and an absolute professional. I know because I’ve dealt with him first hand. He even provided me with direct links to each video part for this feature for crying out loud. Professional.
Anyway, instead of picking Will’s brain about video cameras and videography, I decided to find out what some of his all time favorite BMX videos & video parts are from a fan/viewer standpoint.
Click below to check that out.