The Greatest Street Rider of Our Generation

Yeah I said it.

Courtesy of Red Bull.

5 responses to “The Greatest Street Rider of Our Generation”

  1. Robert Jensen says:

    Jesus. Who would have figured the little ripper doing 900’s at Metro jam a decade ago would push bmx? I did!

  2. Robert Jensen says:

    Jesus. Who would have figured the little ripper doing 900’s at Metro jam a decade ago would push bmx? I did!

  3. Mangosteen Daniel says:

    Statements like that are purely subjective. I, and I am sure many others as well, view BMX as a creative endeavor wherein each rider contributes to the activity by introducing their unique perspective. Riders move in their own direction, progressing their individual interpretation of BMX. How does one judge the style of Chase Dehart, the raw street riding of Mark Gralla, or the creativity of Tate Roskelley against Garrett? Each perspective is equally valid and progressive in its own right. Which one you or I prefer is merely a matter of preference.

  4. Mangosteen Daniel says:

    Statements like that are purely subjective. I, and I am sure many others as well, view BMX as a creative endeavor wherein each rider contributes to the activity by introducing their unique perspective. Riders move in their own direction, progressing their individual interpretation of BMX. How does one judge the style of Chase Dehart, the raw street riding of Mark Gralla, or the creativity of Tate Roskelley against Garrett? Each perspective is equally valid and progressive in its own right. Which one you or I prefer is merely a matter of preference.

  5. Charley says:

    All types of investments include sure risks.

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