Author Archives: Paul Covey
Raw footage from the 1995 BS contest in Oklahoma City. Riders include: Troy Brookshire, Jeff Harrington, Taj Mihelich, Mike Escamilla (in his very first Pro contest), Rick Thorne, Dennis McCoy, Dave Mirra, Matt Hoffman, Rob Nolli, Steve Swope, and Jay … CHECK OUT MORE
Raw footage from the 1995 BS contest in Oklahoma City. Riders include Chad Degroot, Lionel Cardosa, Albert Retey, Sean Peters, Andrew Faris, Jason Brown, Trevor Meyer, and Day Smith. Enjoy!!
For one night on East Street in Downtown San Diego, a legion of BMX heroes gathered together to celebrate the release of the revised 2nd edition of Dom Phipps book, The Birth of the BMX Freestyle Movement. Here is a … CHECK OUT MORE
Here’s a link to a pretty cool article about Rich Avella, original member of the 2Hip Trick Team, who is now co-owner of a growing coffee company in San Francisco. Newspaper style articles are usually kind of weak, but this … CHECK OUT MORE
Up today, a rad section featuring one of my favorite riders to watch from the Pacific Northwest – Chester Blacksmith – and his part from Ride BMX’s 2008 DVD, Insight.
Opening with Vic Murphy’s sick one-footed table and “A New Level” by Pantera, the final section in Dirt Bros Cheese should inspire you to go for a nice, long bike ride on this fine spring day. Riders include: Vic, Lee … CHECK OUT MORE
Sean Yarroll holds down the last rider section in Dirt Bros Cheese for a very good reason – Heavy music, heavier riding, and RAD style that could only be from the 90s. It’s no surprise that I’ve had a dozen … CHECK OUT MORE
Huge chasm jumps, 720s on street, beyond clicked turndowns, mag wheels, and a Christian punk rock soundtrack alerting listeners to the ills of masturbation – Brad Blanchard’s section from Dirt Bros Cheese was destined to be a much talked about … CHECK OUT MORE
Underground San Diego shredder, Manuel De La Cruz, earned national notoriety for being the first documented rider to grind down a legit handrail without brakes and without wearing any pads. At the time, most riders were still used to seeing … CHECK OUT MORE
Video By Fred Ansfield