What would you do if you found an amazing spot and you knew it would only be around for one day? Take for example the above photo of Seth Peterson over-icepicking this lifted sidewalk block. Read more after the break….
Seth Peterson is currently shredding on this amazing gray Soundwave build. The chrome Octave forks and Broadcaster Bars with black and a little anodized blue go really well with the gray. Check after the break for a full parts breakdown of his bike. Photo Ben Austin
It’s re-up time for Erik Elstran and Seth Peterson, we recently dropped their Erik and Seth vs Winter video and now we’ve made it available for download on our Vimeo page. Here’s the link if you would like to download it for your personal collection. Check out the frontside crankslide Erik does. He pays the price too.
Erik Elstran and Seth Peterson live in Minneapolis where winter can be mighty tough. They survive the winters by doing what most riders in colder climates do which is head indoors. Both of these guys are known for their creativity and it doesn’t stop just because they went indoors. Erik looks like he’s figured out how to balance frontside crankslides. He also looks like he’s paid the price too.
Seth Peterson came at you with his own style of BMX in his From the Lone Star to the North Star video a few months back. Here are some of his left over moves that didn’t quite make the cut. They’re still very awesome! Watch the original video after the break.
Aaron Ross and Seth Peterson have a whole bunch of clips in this Austin Scene Report video up on ESPN. The video is really fun so check it out.
Check out this new Seth Peterson video featured on ESPN today. It’s classic Seth style with most of the video filmed in back alleys, ditches and other obscure spots.
After 2.5 years in Austin, Seth Peterson is moving back home to Minneapolis. It’s been a fun time filming him at all the wild spots he has found during that time. Good luck Seth! Can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeve when you get back to the North Star state. Decade photo by Rick Crossman.