(Video) Tyler Fernengel Sessions the Silverdome

Red Bull Presents Sick Session of Tyler Fernengel in the Silverdome in Pontiac, MI Watch Tyler Fernengel completely shred up the abandoned Silverdome in Pontiac, MI, the former home field of the NFL’s Detroit Lions. As an up and coming BMX star, this video is sure to get the Michigan native some attention. At the 2:37 mark Tyler SENDS IT! ‘…they can knock down my walls, but no one can destroy what happened here…’

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(VIDEO) Drew Hosselton Goes Off In ‘Finer Things’

Incredible Song Choice, Editing, Filming; The Finer Things DVD is one of the Finest Things a Human Can Own Volume Bikes presents Drew Hosselton in this masterpiece display of BMX biking and subtly inspiring soundtrack music. This is the kind of BMX full length video that you will make you have to go out and ride afterwards. Check out Drew’s trick choice/range to perfectly picked spots throughout this beautiful film. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=252&v=7hv-4cSylfw Get the Full Length DVD

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(VIDEO) Pushing the Boundaries of Ramp Riding

These Guys Are┬ Ripping the Biggest Ramps They Can Find In this Big Air BMX Session,┬ Drew Bezanson and Morgan Wade absolutely tear it up in the deep dark woods of┬ South Wales. The backdrop is like out of an old fairy tale, and so are these insane tricks. Red Bull┬ once again creates a masterpiece, setting up an amazing set for these two to play around. Watch The Video and Share It! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhLUY6ROicY Always thanks to Red Bull for the sick videos Image from

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You Can’t Steal This Bike No Matter What You Do

We’ve all been involved in some type of bike theft in one way or another. If you’re on the victim end of the theft of your bike then you know how much it sucks. If you’re a bike thief, than you just suck, but there is an answer coming to your evil ways. How about a bike that is literally impossible to steal? The only way to possibly steal it would be to saw the bike in half, which would be a desperate, and useless attempt at stealing a bike. photo courtesy of peacefulcentury.com Read This Below And Share This With Your Local Bike Thieves (Video Down Below) Three young entrepreneurs claim to have solved a problem that makes every cyclist’s blood boil — they have invented the world’s first “unstealable” bike. The theft of two bikes from one of the inventors pushed the former engineering students from Chile to tackle the exasperating crime. Their solution? To create a frame that is dismantled and reconnected to make a lock — all in just 10 seconds, according to its creators. Fitted on a stylish steel frame, the bike’s aluminum downtube splits in two to allow the seat tube to form a steadfast lock around any tree, pole or bike rack. The only way to take it would be to saw through it — making the bike useless. And last week was an important one for the three young men as they put in their first order to produce 300 of the bikes. The young entrepreneurs sold 197 bikes in a crowdfunding┬ campaign, roughly half of which were ordered by customers in the United States. A third went to Europe, with a small handful snapped up by Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand. Only 15% of the bikes were sold in Chile. The bike may ride fast, but for Yerka’s business plan, slow and steady will win the race. The team ordered an extra 100 bikes which they plan to sell in Chile, before targeting the U.S. market in 2016. They will wait for customer feedback before increasing production and hitting up global markets.

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You Can’t Steal This Bike No Matter What You Do

We’ve all been involved in some type of bike theft in one way or another. If you’re on the victim end of the theft of your bike then you know how much it sucks. If you’re a bike thief, than you just suck, but there is an answer coming to your evil ways. How about a bike that is literally impossible to steal? The only way to possibly steal it would be to saw the bike in half, which would be a desperate, and useless attempt at stealing a bike. photo courtesy of peacefulcentury.com Read This Below And Share This With Your Local Bike Thieves (Video Down Below) Three young entrepreneurs claim to have solved a problem that makes every cyclist’s blood boil — they have invented the world’s first “unstealable” bike. The theft of two bikes from one of the inventors pushed the former engineering students from Chile to tackle the exasperating crime. Their solution? To create a frame that is dismantled and reconnected to make a lock — all in just 10 seconds, according to its creators. Fitted on a stylish steel frame, the bike’s aluminum downtube splits in two to allow the seat tube to form a steadfast lock around any tree, pole or bike rack. The only way to take it would be to saw through it — making the bike useless. And last week was an important one for the three young men as they put in their first order to produce 300 of the bikes. The young entrepreneurs sold 197 bikes in a crowdfunding┬ campaign, roughly half of which were ordered by customers in the United States. A third went to Europe, with a small handful snapped up by Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand. Only 15% of the bikes were sold in Chile. The bike may ride fast, but for Yerka’s business plan, slow and steady will win the race. The team ordered an extra 100 bikes which they plan to sell in Chile, before targeting the U.S. market in 2016. They will wait for customer feedback before increasing production and hitting up global markets.

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(RIDER SPOTLIGHT) Liam Phillips is looking in Olympic Gold Shape

Not only did┬ BMX star Liam Phillips┬ take┬ top spot in the World Cup BMX standings, but he is now one step closer to qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Liam Phillips was the 2014 World Cup champion, but we surpassed in the leader boards this year by┬ Australia’s Sam Willoughby when Willoughby won the 2015 UCI BMX World Championship. You can catch the action from that race here. More recently┬ Phillips, 26, won the elite men’s final in the Sibirien BMX Arena in Angelholm with Willoughby finishing third. Liam Phillips┬ has had a stellar BMX career so far as he┬ was the winner of ten consecutive British BMX titles between the ages of five to fourteen! His career has not been without injury as a 2010 crash at the┬ UCI BMX World Championships in South Africa left him with a damaged shoulder. ┬ He then turned to track riding as he felt it was a safer alternative. However, his 2011 return to BMX led him to qualify for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London despite another injury, broken collarbone. Phillips did not medal in the 2012 Games, however, in 2014 he became the first┬ British male rider to win the UCI BMX Supercross series world title. He is now looking on track to not only compete in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, but to bring home a gold medal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io_6bpXXwSQ New inner London cycling track at Tobacco Dock multi-storey car park, Wapping ….. Pictured GB BMX rider Liam Phillips Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com – Cycling – 2015 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup – National BMX Centre, Manchester, England – 19/04/14 -Liam Phillips winscopyright picture – Simon Wilkinson simon@swpix.com Picture by Alex Broadway/SWpix.com – Cycling – 2015 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup – National BMX Centre, Manchester, England – 19/04/14 – Tre Whyte (L) and Kyle Evans of Great Britain in action during the Elite Men’s 1/8 Finals. Image Sources bmxsuperx.com,

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