Rider: Scotty Sherwood
Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Photographer: Sam Minnell
Rider: Scotty Sherwood
Here's a bunch of new videos for you all to check out, this time around its all NZ content with edits from SKCrew, Flow Visuals & JR Torrifel.. as always, enjoy!
The Behind the Bars Jam is going down at Christchurch’s Washington Reserve Skatepark on November 14th. The Christchurch crew always know how to put on a good jam, and party for that matter! So be sure to get along to this.. and the new Washington Reserve Skatepark is super good, best in the country, so there’s another reason to get your ass down to Christchurch for this jam! Good times ahead!!
You can find more details on their facebook page HERE.
Every good inner city Skate Park needs lights, whether it be to help you through the winter months or for Friday night shreds, if you would like to see Auckland City’s Victoria Skate Park with lights sign this petition: toko.org.nz/petitions/get-victoria-skate-park-lights
You can also check out the Get Victoria Skate Park Lights facebook page here: facebook.com/Getvicparklights
The site was down over the last few days, had a few technical issues, back now, so I leave you with this boss edit of Liam Eltham, if your having a shit Monday, this should get you stoked, Enjoy!
Paul Langland’s with a wild tyre grab. This photo was shot for 2020 Magazine by Ryan McCrae back in 2010, Mean!
Joe Simpson put this rad little guide together on how to travel with your bike & keep in under 23kg. You can check it out here: chuckitinbmx.tumblr.com
I also did a post a few years back recommending using a golf bag. I’m not sure if it really matters these days but golf bags used to be the favourite for travelling BMXers. The reason being is to avoid any extra charges, for some retarded reason air lines will often charge for extra bags but let golf clubs on for free (which is bullshit).. so packing your bike into a golf bag is a nice little loop hole to avoid any extra charges.
Definitely check out Joe’s guide, it has some good pointers for sure.
Time for some sweet videos!
Pretty stoked to stumble across this photo of George Bolter getting rad at Lynfield Bowl on the DIG site, shot by Rob Dolecki.
“2014 started off with a trip to New Zealand, and was one of the most amazing destinations I’ve ever been to (a feature article ran in the last print issue, #99). George Bolter is one of the many awesome natives I met and became friends with, and he’s a serious shredder too. Case in point- transfer from one side of the Lynfield Bowl to the other.”
Check out the full gallery 2014 Unseen Photo Gallery Rob Dolecki.
Looks like it might be dry this weekend, make sure you get out for a shred!