Category Archives: Bikes
This weeks Tricked (Or Treat) Out Tuesday is Fred Bloods own prototype for the General Blood Pro Model. Read more about the bike and check out more photos over at BMX Museum.
Over the past few weeks I’ve had a few people tell me how much they loved their Bennett frame back in the day. So I thought it would be the perfect bike for this weeks Tricked Out Tuesday. Check out … CHECK OUT MORE
We just stumbled across all of the photos we shot of the bikes that were at the Goods BMX // BMX Museum // SOS Classic bike show and jam that went down at Pacific Park Skatepark in Vancouver, WA in … CHECK OUT MORE
Ron’s bike setups have been something I have payed attention to since I started riding. After getting to know Ron some I can tell you I think all he cares about is that his tires are rock hard and his … CHECK OUT MORE
I was pretty excited to see that someone finally uploaded a Rigid to BMX Museum. This one looks like it’s straight out of the late 90’s. If anyone has one of the Rigid park/street hit us up here or upload … CHECK OUT MORE
June 10th & 11th marked the party for the S&M 30th anniversary party. I drove down in hopes of making a fun video for the site but once I got to the venue I realized that was not happening. Sue … CHECK OUT MORE
This weeks Tricked Out Ti’s-day is the infamous Terrible One Titanium Barcode that Taj Mihelich tested out back in 2002. Read more about the bike and check out more photos over at BMX Museum.
I started riding BMX freestyle around 1985. I rode a Haro Master after and built a wedge ramp and rickety ¼ pipe with my dad in the driveway. I wasn’t a fan of the typical summer sports like baseball and … CHECK OUT MORE
Photo by: Tim Wood Photo A few months ago while I was browsing through instagram I noticed an interesting start of a frame on a jig that looked kind of familiar. I clicked on the page to see that someone … CHECK OUT MORE