Brodie Knox is a rad as hell photographer! He’s contributed to Zombie over the years and I’ve seen his work increasingly get better & better and at the moment its super on point. Brodie has some serious talent thats for sure! I was stoked to see this Photo Feature he had over at Focalpoint, be sure to check it out. You can also check out more of his work at his portfolio site: www.brodieknox.photography.
It seems that Garret Byrnes some what broke the BMX internet recently with his appearance in DIG’s Pool’s Gold. So many riders must have been more than stoked to see him on his bike having fun & killing it with the Garret style. Check out the Wisdom Of The Ages article HERE for some Garret insight. And while we are on the subject of Garret, check this GEM Devin Parker took at Raglan Skatepark 12yrs ago during the T1 world tour.. and how’s this quote from Empire BMX: “i am accepting of all styles and types of BMX, but whatever Garrett Byrnes is doing is better than anything else”.
Forrest Hill Skatepark in Auckland has recently had a little bit of an upgrade. At the top end of the park it now features a small mini which leads into hip / small vert wall, and at the bottom end of the park there’s a 6-7 foot stand alone 1/4. The transitions seem to be done by hand so the mini is a little funky to ride,
We caught up with the boss Paul Langland's to see whats going on with his new ride.. click through to check it out.
Cheers Robbie Brown for this Friday photo of inspiration! Thank F#@k it’s Friday!
Big up’s to Ham Wallet for smuggling the Double Brown from NZ to Melbourne.
I don’t usually post Skateboarding but this is rad as hell and worth a quick watch!
This photo popped up on my Tumblr feed today.. T.White & Ace most likely on Skull Bike Club Booze Cruise around Auckland a few years back. Good times!
A few new savage videos here for y'all to check out, enjoy!
Jayden Fuller is a bit of a beast ain’t he! This new edit for EDH Bikes is killer & that 360 bars to table was damn nice!
Rider: Fraser Booth
Location: Reefton, South Island, NZ
Photographer: Mike Davies
Gear: Nikon FM