Demolition Parts have the most exciting team in BMX right now. . . there, I’ve said it. Enarson, Hucker, Fernengal, Kris Fox & many more – you just can’t argue with dudes of that calibre. Goodtimes disco edit featuring some of the greatest bike riders on planet earth. Kris Fox’s gap at the end is off the chain. . .
Demolition Parts‘s rider Aaron Smith’s riding is fresh as a daisy. . . he makes tech street riding look good – and that’s no mean feet – take a watch if you like fast & fun & flowing over awkward & snail-paced & boring. . .
Man, Mastroni’s product videos just get more and more weird. Here’s a re-up of the promo video for Drew Hosselton’s signature Volume Hatchet Forks – they’ve just arrived in the UK for the first time and like the rest of Volume’s line they’re looking bright and breezy – loud graphics, smooth super taper, notched for peg comfort, inside and out machined 1-pc steerer, welcome accommodation for the fattest of tyres & all made from 100% heat treated chromo tubing (apart from the top cap – that’s aluminium). Can be used to chop wood or kill buffalo but better employed to hold your front wheel in place. . . £119.99
Chrome & Flat Black
With just 10 days to go until the UK release of Markit Zero – we’ll be posting up an edit a day from their back catalogue. . . word on the street at Texas Toast was that Markit Zero is a better watch than Deadline hands down. . . Here’s Christian Rigal’s peg heavy part from earlier this year – a 4 and a half minute grindathon. . .
Aaron Smith stamps his mark firmly on the latest edit captured by the ever quirky Mike Mastroni – other notable stand outs from this handpicked slice of the Demolition team roaster are Biz Jordan and Dave Dilliwaard. It’s the weekend – go ahead and give it a click and kick this thing off on a sweet note. . .