Skeptical of riding in low tops again, this is one of the first pairs I’ve ridden in since I started reviewing shit. I was ready to try anything that toted to be anti-heel bruise. Etnies hyped them with some interesting info about the Evolution Foam technology. I heard nothing but good things and got them at a good price so I gave them a shot. Besides, they come in black/gum – A default colorway if you ask me.
Peep the final section from StinkPit’s 3rd release. Nick shreds some dope Philly spots and puts his pegs to good use. Looking forward to riding with the StinkPit dudes soon!
A list of things I’ve observed in bmx. I’d call them tricks but they are too small to be tricks in and of themselves. 5 quips about bmx anomalies? Sounds confusing. So I opted to name this list 5 BMX Trends. ‘Trend’ meaning things I’ve seen happen often enough to make nicknames for them.
If you haven’t heard of Dan Conway or Stinkpit by now you’re missing out. He’s a good friend of ours and keeps it real. With crooks through kinks, steep storm door whips, and other big moves this section is sure to please. Peep it and head over to Stinkpit.com and checkout their revamped site.
The other week my friend Ash hit me up about making a piece for her. She saw the last one I posted on insta and was into it. This one is called Primary Boy. 6″ x 8″ Acrylic , Sharpie & Spray paint.
It’s July 4th. So why not post one of my favorite videos of the year that just so happens to be from the Canadian BMX Elite: BMXFU. Charlie absolutely kills it with his editing style. The quick cuts will constantly keep you entertained. It seems like he got baked out in front of an internet connection and just started googling shit and came back with pure gold. This video has such a good vibe. So many different styles of dope biking make this a pure treat.
Here is the final section to Fuckswitit. Mclovin holds it down. Read on for some info on his background and influences.
Stumbled across an amazing website called Jenkemmag.com full of interesting articles. One I thought deserved to be highlighted is an interview with Marc Mckee. Marc Mckee created a lot of iconic skate graphics you might remember from the 80′s & 90′s. He was head graphic dude at World Industries in their hayday. They go on to talk about how skate graphics used to be a lot edgier and the industry as a whole. A lot of sweet information. Peep the article.