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George French / Ride On Interview Francis • 10/21/2016

This three part interview with George is incredible. It covers everything from George’s first desire to start GSport, all the way to his present day involvement with Odyssey, Sunday, and Fairdale.

As a bonus, there’s even vintage footage of George slaying some huge handrails!

Tom Dugan / Last Days of the T-1 Ramp Francis • 9/22/2016


Regular sessions on the T-1 ramp has undeniably helped Dugan perfect his ability to roast. Click on over to DIG for Tom’s thoughts on one of the most iconic backyard ramps in BMX.

Gary Young / Ride BMX Interview Nuno • 8/23/2016

Gary Young

Gary Young is the man. Hit Ride BMX for a great interview.

DIG BMX- On The Spot w/ Odyssey Nuno • 6/17/2016

During the recent Miami trip, DIG sat down with Brandon, Travis, Justin, Matt and Broc and hit them with some questions on the spot. Click play and enjoy!

Click below to watch the full Odyssey VS. Miami video.

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The Future:
Travis Hughes
Nuno • 6/10/2016


While on the Miami trip, DIG caught up with Travis Hughes and threw some questions his way. Click HERE to check it out and check out his Welcome video below.

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Broc Raiford / TCU Podcast Francis • 2/18/2016

Hit play to check out the Borc Raiford interview!

Odyssey / TCU Podcast Francis • 12/8/2015

Nuno and Jim swung by the TCU compound recently for their latest episode of TCU TV. They cover a range of things, so hit play and enjoy!

Gary Young / THRICE Francis • 12/4/2015

Gary Young

Gary is heading up Ride UK’s new mini interview series called THRICE. Click on over to read about Gary’s past, present, and future.

Dirt Ron:
Snakebite Interview
Francis • 1/12/2015


Our dude Ron has a sweet interview up on Snakebite!

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Chase Hawk X Games Interview Walter • 6/14/2014



Our very own Chase Hawk just took home the gold medal in the X Games park contest, and we’re stoked. Keep reading to get a little insight from Chase now that he’s Austin’s newest X Games champion.

So Chase, you just won the X Games, how do you feel?

Um, I feel great.  These last few months have been kind of revolving around this past weekend.  I feel like I take it serious every year, being a part of X Games, because it’s such an amazing opportunity getting to be able to do it and be a part of it.  This year with it being in my home town made it a little bit more special for me I guess.  I wouldn’t say it made me want to do any better, but I guess you could say I put a little more pressure on myself to try and take it seriously and do the best that I could.  Yeah, I did exactly that and kind of went into it with somewhat of a game plan, stuck to it, and it ended up working out.

Did you do anything to prepare?

Just really tried to be conscious of my health.  Spending a lot of time with a personal trainer and really trying to rehab certain areas of my body that take a beating on a regular basis.  I really wanted to come into it feeling as strong as I possibly could mentally and physically, and I feel like I just kinda found my spot within the first couple of days of practice.  I felt really comfortable about where I was at and what I was doing; kind of went into it with a certain level of confidence, and it stayed there throughout the week.  That definitely helped.

So no long hours in the foam pit?

[Laughter] No, no long hours in the foam pit.  I just tried to stay true to the way I would normally ride a bowl like that, and it was kind of easy to go into it with that kind of vibe with it being in my home town; I really wanted to treat it like it was a normal session anywhere else that I’d be having with any of my other friends in Austin, and essentially that’s what it kind of was.  I had a blast the whole week, and it was awesome.

Are you nervous about having to defend your title next year?

No, not at all.  Any one of those guys is fully capable of taking down that top spot.  It’s definitely going to be awesome going into it next year having won this one, but it’s going to make me want to take the same strategy and work even harder next year trying to defend it.  I can’t wait, and I really hope this event stays in this city for as long as it can.  Austin really supports it, and overall it was a positive vibe throughout the weekend. I think everybody was really stoked on every event.  I’ve never ridden in front of a crowd that big or that loud, and to have it be local too is the cherry on top.

Can I ask how much money you won?

I think it was $50,000 for first.

Holy shit, that’s crazy. 


So what now, you going to Disney Land?

[Laughter] No, but I do want to take some kind of trip without the bike, just kind of get away for a week and enjoy it with my fiancé.  Get away from everything and go to the beach or something.  That’ll probably be first on the list.

Awesome.  Thanks Chase!