FBM jams are the best! Check out their latest get-together to celebrate 21 years of FBM on the Dig site here.
I somehow missed this first time round, it’s a good thing The Come Up included it as a re:up today! Dakota kills it in this frame promo video from a couple of weeks back.
Ride IO are first to get an edit out from this past weekends BDS at Bike Park Wales. Filmed and edited by Gee Milner.
Here’s a little edit I put together of Aberdeen local trials rider Ben Travis assembling his new Inspired Console frame/fork combo.
This is a must watch… Shawn MacIntosh kills it his his latest web edit for Primo. Edited by Miles Rogoish.
On the subject of ‘Holy Fit'… Dig have an awesome article titled 'Van Homan Saved Us Again' put together by Rob Dolecki featuring facts about Van's Criminal Mischief and Holy Fit parts. Check it out here.
This is going to be amazing… 20 Twenty BMX Store are holding a premiere of Fit Bike Co’s latest DVD ‘Holy Fit’ at the shop tonight.
Dig are back with a new approach to BMX media… Check out this vid then head to their newly updated website.
Manon Carpenter is your newly crowned downhill World Champion! This racing season has been so exciting, I’m looking forward to next year already.
The woman’s category was just as exciting as the mens. Tahnee Seagreave on her way to take the bronze medal in front of Tracey Hannah in 4th and Jill Kintner in 5th. Photo by Dave Trumpore.
The real winner of the day? Neko Mulally upgraded to legend status after his 4th place finishing run with no chain! Photo by Paris Gore.
Whilst he hasn’t had the strongest of World Cup seasons, Gee Atherton held it together and put in a storming run when it mattered to become 2014 downhill World Champion. Photo by Laurence Crossman-Emms.
Josh Bryceland wasn’t the only unlucky one last weekend… Sam Hill was on a banger of a run until a big spill in the woods knocked him out of contention for a top 5 finish. Photo by Dave Trumpore.
What a race! This one will go down in history as one of the most exciting mountain bike races ever. Poor Josh narrowly missed out on the top spot by 0.4 of a second. Second place with a broken ankle still isn’t bad though… Photo by Laurence Crossman-Emms.