Tag Archives: GT
30 years goes by fast! I thought it might be interesting to share the full text from this article titled Freestyle: How Much Radder Can it Get? – to review what the authorities of the late 80s thought the future … CHECK OUT MORE
This one goes way back to a true character and pioneer in BMX manufacturing, with many parallels to the current BMX landscape. In addition to his own brand, Voris Dixon manufactured frames and components in the late 70s and early … CHECK OUT MORE
The bike you either had or wished you had. Check out more photos of this bike over at BMX Museum.
One day late in 2015, and after BBQing and riding the legendary Dave Volekers’ backyard ramp in his hometown of San Diego for about an hour, I sat down with him and pressed record for this latest DIG X Snakebite … CHECK OUT MORE
Kim Boyle has successfully navigated the tempest waters of BMX for over four decades. Relocating from the East Coast to Southern California in the late 80s, working for GT and later Woodward, Airwalk, Vans, DC and Hoffman Bikes, Boyle has … CHECK OUT MORE
In this clip, Kim shares his memories about a young Dave Mirra and his early days on Team Dyno. Be sure to check back Friday for the full interview!
What more can you really say about this bike? Check out more photos of this bike over at BMX Museum.
Wow! Im sure everyone agrees with me when i say Joe retired way to early. His runs are so solid in this and his first whip air is high! Your going to want to watch this till the end because … CHECK OUT MORE
Brent Lee holds down two nicknames. Some people prefer “Pee Wee” from his racing days but I prefer “Points Leader”. He earned that name by accumulating the most points as an Amateur in his heavy racing days in the 90’s. … CHECK OUT MORE
Everybody has that bike they spent countless hours staring at in catologs and magazine. For me it was the 1995 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team. Check out more photos of this bike on BMX Museum.