Found this sweet edit on BuildTheWoods from Villij Trails. Roll on summer…
Replace your front wheel with a rollerskate and you’ll have yourself one of these ugly bastards!
They’ve got Teams and everything!
I think the nuzzle nicely in between Inline Skaters and Micro Scooters as ‘Skateparks Most Hated’
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Author Rob Penn travels around the world collecting hand-built parts for his dream bicycle and charts the social history of one of mankind’s greatest inventions.
It’s an interesting watch with some really great old footage. Rob does get a little irritating towards the end and there are a few parts on his bike that he doesn’t go into much detail on, but its made up for by the trip to the Brooks factory…amazing.
Here’s a poor quality youtube trailer…
You can watch the full length documentary here on BBC iplayer
If you don’t have iplayer you can watch it here
John talks about the beginnings of Bicycle Union, Volt BMX Shop and his influences…
Big Playtime have put this video together from all the leftovers from 2010.
Dave Young talks about BMX in the 80′s, being a dad and work.
I love this edit from French Vans team rider, Jeremy Miller. Filmed and edited by Green Film.
Toby Forte is leaving the UK with his wife in January to work for Stowaway Distribution in Australia. We wish him the best of luck! This is what Stowaway have to say -
“New Year, New Staff and More Good Times Ahead in 2011.
2010 has been another awesome year for us here at Stowaway and we have big things on the cards for 2011. Our first major announcement is the addition of Toby Forte to the Stowaway family. You will all know Toby and his brothers Kye and Leo of United fame, some of the U.Ks’ raddest shredders without a doubt. Toby is an all round good guy and will be coming on board with us in February 2011. He will be handling sales and marketing / media on the east coast for us. We have long be missing a face on the east coast and this will help us keep in touch with all of you over there. Toby will be based out of Byron so expect to see him popping up regulary all over the east coast from early next year.”