Category Archives: Events
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
This is going down this weekend, May 25th in San Diego! Come out and grab a book and meet up with some serious BMX royalty & history makers! If you can’t make it and you want to buy a book … CHECK OUT MORE
I am so excited to post this up! I’m sure like most of you I have always loved the coverage of the first BS contest in Eddie Roman’s “Ride On” video. It was a ground breaking time in BMX and … CHECK OUT MORE
Here is the second gallery from the Goods BMX // BMX Museum SOS jam. Big thanks to Ryan Souva for shooting these pics for us!!!
It’s that time of year where my shop Goods BMX & BMX Museum get together and throw our end of summer jam called the SOS Classic. Each year we have a skatepark jam and a vintage show side by side … CHECK OUT MORE
Brian Blyther I recently just got back to Portland from a three week California adventure. During my Southern Cali stay I had the pleasure of checking out the pre book launch for Wall To Wall: The Birth of The Freestyle … CHECK OUT MORE
The Road To X Games Boise, ID Park Qualifier was a hit! Heavy hitting park shredders from around the world battled it out for six open slots for X Games Minneapolis. The riding was top notch and the new Boise … CHECK OUT MORE
Pool shredding might be the most disposable form of riding. Other than trails, I can’t think of any another aspect of BMX that is so short lived. It’s pretty nuts how much effort backyard pool riders put into something that … CHECK OUT MORE
Last weekend, Dave White of AREA 43 infamy hosted a low-key going away BBQ for one of San Diego’s finest freestylers. Slayer enthusiast Sean Yarroll is making the move to Spokane, WA, and we’re all gonna miss the big lug … CHECK OUT MORE
Jared Eberwein sent over some more photos from the Dave Mirra Memorial Jam that went down last month at at Randy Lawrence’s compound. You can check out the first gallery from the Jam here.