Hit up DigBMX.com for a bike check and a fun Q&A with Tom Dugan.
Matt Beringer has a Rapid Response up on DIGBMX.com. It’s short and sweet but worth checking out. Here’s an excerpt:
WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT BMX? The feeling you get when you do something you weren’t sure was possible.
The laziest pro in BMX sent us a bike check recently and it’s looking pretty dope. Hit up the flipbook above to check out his ride and read more for a little Q&A about his bike, what he’s been up to lately and how it feels to be on the cover of the latest Dig!
Oh and follow him on Twitter if you haven’t done so already!
It was a tough choice between using the Taj shoe cover as the teaser or the nac-nac wall plant. Both look sweet as hell but the shoe ultimately won ’cause as far as I can remember, nobody else’s can cans has ever looked better than Taj’s. He does them dipped and proper. You can check out both pics and his Q&A over at Dig and then head over to Ride BMX to download a Chase Hawk wallpaper.
A couple bits of Aaron related news. There’s a bike check up over at DigBMX.com and as always, you can count on it being one of the most colorful bikes in BMX. Ocean Blue and Fluorescent Pink in full effect.
His signature grip is also available in white now. If you want to treat your palms to some luxurious softness, these grips are the way to go.
The title doesn’t really make much sense but whatever. Here’s a fairly hefty update from internet land and the real world. One of the big news of the weekend is Terry Adams won another flatland comp. This time it’s the Twilight Contest. Visit Global-Flat for more info. There’s a 2 minute edit of the event after the read more link.
The other recent big news is there’s a Vigilantia preview over at MikeAitken.com. Things are moving and they should be available very soon. Outside of Vigilantia, Mike’s recovery is moving forward and it looks like he’s on the road to getting his full vision back! Full details over at his site.
Read more for a break down of some awesome things we found in the mags pictured above. Oh and when you’re done, check out Krt Schmidt‘s bike! All sorts of radness going on; f&r stoppies, chromies and posties. Plus, the write up he did to go along with it will get you even more stoked on riding.
Earlier today, I was trying to track down the online scan of Jimmy Levan jumping the Austin Church Gap and came up empty handed. I was bummed… but then this interview popped up at DigBMX.com.
EDIT: The photo’s in there now, along with a better, non-sequence photo of the trailer gap! What a great way to start the day. Thanks Will!