Saw this on a trials site this morning, then found out it'd already made it onto TCU. Gutted, haha. Anyway, still well worth watching. It's not BMX, but there's still a hell of a lot of skill (and balls) involved in doing some of this stuff, and it certainly makes you look at spots differently.
Ashley Charles is sunning himself in LA at the moment, and he scored a bikecheck up on Ride. There's also the second part of the rad Framed series on ESPN from WTP which talks about a good few of the products you can see on Ashley's bike.
Speaking of Ride - on the better Ride site, there's a pretty sweet two-part interview with Scotty D and Jack from DUB - click here for that.
Rob Castle's got a sequence up on Metal's site. Boom!
Merit Compatibles is back, back again. Merit's back, tell a friend.
All this shiny new stuff from Tree and Lotek/Fremont is now (Finally) in the UK. Shiny!
I can't remember if I posted this or not, but if I didn't - here you go. Hanson Little is now on Mutiny Pro, and has this video to celebrate.
Hanson Little Welcome to the Mutiny Pro Team from Mutiny Bikes on Vimeo.
Keith Romanowski has a little vid up from the recent media-saturated TCU-Texas trip. 1 trip, 5 videos?
Apparently some guy who I don't know's done a really long nose manual. If you imagine a long nose manual on a ledge, you've basically imagined that 30 second video, so I can't really be bothered tracking some embed codes down. Essentially, this is probably going to be more interesting: