David orchestrated a harmonious blend of large set-ups as well as spot usage pieces for this perfectly balanced set. Over the last few years he has perfected his craft.
Ah, a breathe of toxic pollution after being in the Adirondack Mountains for the last month. Nothing beats the harshness of the first inhale of the Jersey City gases after being surrounded by pure filtered air.
R.I.P. to Dave Mirra.
The news of Dave’s passing definitely rocked the world the other day. If you’re a rider who grew up watching Dave, the news is almost unbelievable. Since his passing there has been an overwhelming output of respect and love on social media/online from the people, brands and industry folk which has been amazing to see. Even those outside of BMX have been showing love.
I am not sure who made the image above, but I give you credit.
You’ve seen the insta-promos, now watch the INTERVENTION video in full.
The mans is nice with it. So, sit back, relax and catch a contact.
90East had some new clothing come out. Do yourself and the industry a favor by supporting something real. Look no further.
Thank you internetz.
We’ve written down 100 random questions and assorted topics, all of which are unbeknownst to our victims. We will be asking people to pick 20 random numbers from 1-100 and then supplying them with those questions/topics to answer. Who knows what might come up!?!?!
Up next, Australia’s own Calvin Kosovich.
Click below to check out Calvin’s By The Numbers Q&A. Thanks to Ty Morrow and Jake Coreless for the pics.
Project Loop is back for the 3rd year in a row with their rad skate deck auction. Over 150 contributing artists donated one-off skate decks to help the kids of Taylor, Texas raise funds to build the towns first skatepark. The decks really do seem to get better every year, and you can own a great piece of art while contributing to a great cause. Lots of rad people involved (BMXers too), so head HERE to bid on your favorite deck.
Alex loves to find weird rooftop set ups. I met up with him and Anthony Loconte a few months back while they filmed a few clips on a Sunday evening. Here he found a rooftop wallride set up to roof drop afterward. Alex is probably one of my favorite dudes to watch shred in the Chicago scene. He just does his own thing and it’s so much fun to watch as well as being terrifying at the same time.
Originally posted back in 2012. Good vibes.
We’re proud to finally present you with this Codey Levesque edit, which Dakota Roche graciously put together. Codey and Dak are boys and have been casually working on this for a minute while out having sessions. This is the first edit of its kind that we’ve had for Defgrip, so enjoy!
I’ve lived in Austin, and I know a lot of you are from there or have at least visited (especially if you ride bikes). One thing I noticed on my first visit was all the great signage. Whether it’s hand painted or big neon, there is cool signage all over town.