Watch some footage of Aaron Ross, Chase Hawk, Tom Dugan, Nathan Williams and Geoff Slattery while Aaron shares some of his thoughts about filming for Etnies’ latest video.
Ross, Dugan, and Hawk:
Etnies Chapters / Another Perspective
Posted by Francis on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
Broc talks about his filming process and gives you a sneak peek at what he has lined up for his video part in Volume Bikes’ Finer Things.
Full Factory‘s annual Toys for Tots Jam happened last weekend and Ride BMX was on hand to capture everything that went down. Thanks to everyone who came out and donated!
I made this video as a kick off for the Texas Toast awards at NORA Cup…it was made about two hours after the event wrapped up and it’s based off the prelims video (the reason for the same song). But, I still think it does a pretty damn good job of showing how damn good Toast is as a whole. You can pretty much hear people screaming the entire time and the looseness of the event really comes through. It’s something that Toast, no matter how big it gets, should ever lose. I definitely had a great time this weekend and I’d venture to say that Toast is one of, if not the best events in BMX. Already psyched for 2015…
- Ryan Fudger / Ride BMX
All of the hammers from street finals at Texas Toast 2014. Keep your eyes peeled for an all expansive recap video that we’ll be dropping very soon.
- Ride BMX
Ride BMX came through with a more comprehensive look at Sunday Bikes‘ Highest Bunnyhop Challenge. Brett Silva came close to matching up with Broc this year and they both ended up clearing the 48″ mark. As you’ve probably already seen though, Broc took the win by hopping over the whole thing (49″). It’s kinda wild that throughout Texas Toast’s 4 years running, Broc has made over $2,000 in cash and prices from something as simple as a bunnyhop.
Oh and another notable thing about this year’s hop contest is Kyle Hart getting foot loose and stomping an extremely high hop out of a fast-plant.
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.
The dirt finals at Texas Toast this year were nuts, but what more would you expect when you take 15 of BMX’s best dirt riders and throw em on one amazing course. Designed and built by the likes of Dave King, Clint Reynolds, and Jeremy Reiss, the course had this cool shark fin / burm setup, and ofcoarse a nice long and low for dudes to really send it over the last set… And sending it is exactly what they did.
- Ride BMX