Sean Sexton, Broc Raiford, Lloyd Wright, Mike “Jersey” Taylor, and Matt Nordstrom were all across the pond for this year’s Ride to Glory. Challenges were completed, some were failed, and some were made up just for fun. Hit play to see what our dudes got into. Then click on over to RideUKBMX.com and vote for us ’cause some serious riding went down in this.
Chicago: known for wind, hotdogs, pizza, Michael Jordan, the Bean, and apparently really good spots. All of that except the wind sounded good to us, so to Chicago we headed with Aaron Ross, Tom Dugan, Grant Germain, Matt Nordstrom, and Jared Swafford. We posted up in a fancy loft and hit the streets every day for a week, and this is what we came up with. Chicago is awesome.
Video by Walter Pieringer.
Here’s some drone footage from C9D Productions.
Hit play to watch Sunday’s highlight real from Toast. There’s even some fresh clips in here during practice that you may not have seen anywhere else.
Despite getting screwed on their AirBnB reservation, it looks like the Van’s team had a good time during the weekend of Toast. They even had a chance to check out some skateparks and spots around the Austin area.
Hit play to watch Subrosa’s highlight reel from Toast this year. Simone’s G-Turn was unreal.
Hit play to watch the Bone Deth boys do their thing. Colt’s feeble grind on that shipping container is no joke. You can literally watch his bike get jiggled around with each ridge his peg hits.
Hit play to watch Dig‘s account of the weekend!
The Bone Deth crew is an entertaining and fascinating bunch. Having them at Toast to share their brand of ‘weird’ antics and off-the-wall riding was definitely welcomed. They threw a kick off party with bone babes wrestling in green slime and one of their riders, Colt Fake, came through with one of the best runs of the street contest. Colt may not have been officially registered in the event but he was definitely registered to get rad.
To get the full account of their weekend, click on over to DIGBMX.com.