Gary Young shreds the new Woodward Copper Bowl then tells you all about his brand new Soundwave build courtesy of Vital BMX. He explains why he choose his new color as well. Watch the Woodward Copper edit to see more Gary footage.
Have you been looking for a Primer 16, Primer 18, Soundwave Special or Model C complete bike? If you’re in the USA then chances are you haven’t been able to find one because we’ve been out of stock? Well, wait no longer because they are all back in stock. Dealers please get ahold of Full Factory Distribution to get them in before Christmas.
Not sure exactly why, but Chris Childs is really exciting to watch ride. Maybe it’s how fast he goes? Maybe it’s the fact that he can do tech tricks, but can still boost a quarterpipe with the best of them? It could be that he looks like he’s having more fun than anyone on a bike. Who knows? Either way he shares a really good section in the new B Cave Full Length video through Circuit BMX. His part starts around the 14:50 mark, but you should watch the whole video.
Everyone wish Erik Elstran a happy 22nd birthday. He’s currently celebrating his birthday in New Mexico, climbing mountains and riding the Los Altos Skatepark. Will we see Double Ditch footage from him soon? Either way enjoy this re-up of his epic Berlin video and wish him a happy birthday.
Want to have some Aaron Ross designed art on your wall while helping fellow BMXers? Then get in on the 50/50 for Taylor auction by Project Loop to help raise money for a skatepark in Taylor, TX. The list of artists who contributed to this auction is incredible, so check out this LINK to see all the other boards. The auction ends December 2nd, so don’t wait.
When we started making 24″ BMX bikes, it wasn’t to have a “cruiser” model, we wanted to push the limits of what could be done on a 24″. When you learned how to grind handrails on a 20″ BMX, you would naturally take it to longer, steeper, taller or more unique rails. You basically just changed the object you did the trick on. With the 24″, you took a trick you knew and instead of changing the object you did it on, you changed the bike itself. Two Four Flat 5 is just an extension of that idea into flatland. Instead of a bigger handrail, they are doing hitchhikers, backpackers and wheel chairs on the Wave C 24″ bikes. So very rad!
Every year, we make a video featuring our team riders on our complete bikes to show how similar these bikes are to their personal bikes. The geometry is the same between the completes and the team’s personal bikes. Our goal is to make our complete bikes as similar as possible to the team’s bikes, so you can learn as easy as possible. Aaron Ross, Gary Young, Alex Magallan and Chris Childs are featured shredding the bikes in this video. Again, these aren’t the rider’s personal bikes just the same bike you can buy at your local Sunday dealer.