SpokedMountain Biking & Cycling News

Volume’s Mike Mastroni and Matt Cordova

Two of the most important aspects of BMX shine bright in these two... Creativity and style flow through these guys like a river in spring. It's lovely... Mastroni is going to show you an entirely new way to look at street and Cordova is going to show you one of the most classic styles in BMX.

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Nike in San Antonio

Feels like forever since Nike posted a solid BMX video... Maybe it's because they have the best riders on their team who are always busy. Glad to see four of the biggest names in BMX have a good ol' fashioned filming trip. No flashing lights and screaming teenage girls on the streets.

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Danny MacAskill’s Unexpected Journey to Success

Street trails riding sensation Danny MacAskill's life has changed dramatically over the past three years due to his unexpected YouTube success. Back in November of 2010 MacAskill uploaded an edit from his new film entitled "Way Back Home" which follows his surreal, stunt-filled bicycle journey from Edinburgh to his hometown of Dunvegan, in the Isle of Skye. Now the clip has over 18 million views. MacAskill's story is an inspirational tale of the power of the digital age...

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BMX rider an Internet star for performance on … a vintage women’s bike?

BMX star Mickael Dupont has figured out how to become the star of a viral video: perform his incredible freestyle stunts on a rickety vintage women's bike. The video through Monday had garnered nearly 900,000 views. It's a bit long but the tricks -- jumps, tire spins, ramp and rail maneuvers, etc. -- get better as the video progresses. It culminates with a back flip executed with no helmet. Kids, if you find your mom's rusty old bike in the garage, don't try any of this at home.

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Portland’s Annual Bike Spectacle: “Ben Hurt Chariot Wars”

Leave it to the bike-friendly city of Portland to bring us the most hostile bike spectacle in North America. In what is known as the "Ben Hurt Chariot Wars", participants dressed like punk gladiators riding their custom-built chariots fit for the apocalypse-- chasing one another around a makeshift obstacle course until just one team remains with their craft intact. Slamming into chariots at full-speed and swinging away at the competition with padded clubs is all considered fair game.

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BMXer Chad Kerley’s Welcomed Surprise

Chad Kerley couldn't be happier these days. This 18-year-old BMXer from San Diego, California is well on the way to realizing his dream of earning a successful living by riding his bike. With sponsorship from Nike already locked down, Kerley recently inked a deal with vitaminwater, joining their action sports team. Check out Kerley's "Welcome to the Team" edit, featuring BMX in a tuxedo and Kobe Bryant. We caught up with Kerley to ask him about his..

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Corey Martinez and Seth Kimbrough at The Bakery

When it comes to technical, it doesn't get any better than Martinez and Kimbrough. Kimbrough is more the guy who sees things a different way, utilizing things in a way no one else would imagine. Martinez is the guy who will do anything on whatever's in front of him. He won't get bored of any setup because he'll have a dozen clips in mind for it.

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Unit’s Josh Stead Goes for Flip on 60-foot Jump

Those Aussies. If you've ever ridden trails before, you know how long you can take dialing in jumps. Some will spend days dead sailing entire lines just to feel comfortable on them. Searls and Stead? They build 50/60 foot jumps and try flips on them their third run in. RIP Dane Searls. Keep the legacy alive Steady...

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