Hit play for some new heat from Mike Mastroni. So many unique spots and proper usage in this one.
With the announcement last week that Broc Raiford is now riding for Sunday, we did did a thorough once-over on his new bike, and grilled the shoulder-height hopper about the big move. Check it out, and re-watch his “Welcome to Sunday” vid again; crazy he filmed that in five days on a bike he still wasn’t fully used to yet!DigBMX.com
The day before his most recent trip to California, Scotland’s Jensen Murray got word that he would be riding for Sunday and Odyssey through Backstreet Distribution in the UK – how’s that for a way to start your vacation! He didn’t even need to pack a bike – straight off the plane to Full Factory for a fresh whip! Looks like the hype was high for Jensen as he filming some solid clips. Sit back and enjoy his welcome video.
Filmed and edited by Innes Graha.DigBMX.com
It’s always a good day when a new Julian video drops. Hit play to check out some clips he’s been stacking.
Julian Arteaga is the kinda guy we’d like to ride with every day. This dude makes pretty much everything fun and motivating – even slamming on your wagon. Whether it’s eating salad for breakfast or doing scary tire rides for dinner, Eclat’s Cali to Texas transplant is always out there enjoying himself, and filming wild af clips while he’s at it. Enjoy his epic new video for Eclat, via the camera of Gordon MacDonald. Serious heat!
Filmed and edited by Gordon MacDonald
Additional filming by Devon Smillie, Trevor Sigloch, Lahsaan Kobza and Ethan Corriere
Via DIG BMX
Here’s a behind the scenes look at our Sunday VS. Germany trip courtesy of DIG BMX.
You can watch the final video below in case you missed it!
SUNDAY vs GERMANY drops 9/27/18 featuring Aaron Ross, Alec Siemon, Brett Silva, Chris Childs, Erik Elstran, Gary Young, Jake Seeley, Jared Duncan, and Julian Arteaga. In partnership with DIG BMX.
Texas Toast 2013 is now a memory…a very good one, but still just a memory. So, we are doing a recap of all the photos of the team at Toast. There’s photos of Gary Young, Jake Seeley, Erik Elstran, Jim Cielencki and Chris Childs. The dudes all killed it. All the above photos are from all the media outlets that covered the event including Ride BMX, Dig BMX, Vital BMX, BMX Union, Red Bull and Dan’s Comp. See you next year!
Our former super employee, Logan Beyhl, left in early April to open his new bike shop in Chicago called Let’s Roast Cycles. Read the interview Dig BMX did with him about his new venture. Congrats Logan!