First, Sean Sexton undoubtedly has one of the best looking whips in BMX. It has that classic Van Homan / Taj Mihelich downside feel to it that just makes me cuss like a sailor each time I witness one happen. Second, click on over to the new Dig Website for a great gallery from Texas Toast!
If you need a friendly reminder as to why Chase won that NORA, click on over to Dig BMX for all the proof you need.
This caption is spot on:
“What do you mean? How did Chase do so good at that contest, it says here his best trick was a 360, I can do that!” Yep, just a simple 360, we all can do these right ?
Street is always a popular and wild event at Toast. We had over 70 riders this year so a lot of crazy shit went down. As always, Ride BMX was there to get photos of everything.
Here’s a whole batch of photos from all the dudes who registered for Dirt this year. There are some wild variations happening in these!
First, LARRY EDGAR! Second, hit up ESPN for a bunch of great shots from Sandy Carson.
Day 1 at Texas Toast is a wrap and with it came Street / Dirt Practice, the Mike Tag Brick Ledge Challenge, Credence Bikes’ More Cowbell Challenge and the Haro Veteran Contest.
Get a preview of the #TexasToast2014 street course, Gauntlet of Death and dirt jumps.