Tag Archives: Mat Hoffman
Mat Hoffman gets a quick session in at Jeff Harris’ warehouse in Austin, TX from the Stray Bikes 1991 video Clowns Full of Hate.
This footage was captured in 1993 during the late spring at Shimerville, PA, and also the early fall in Oklahoma City, OK. Hoffman was supposed to be taking it easy, nursing an injured shoulder and awaiting surgery to repair the … CHECK OUT MORE
You know it’s going to be a good day when you go to answer emails and you have a bunch of pictures sent to you from Kevin Martin! Kevin was around during some of the most iconic times in BMX. … CHECK OUT MORE
Don’t miss this latest episode of Epicly Later’d!! He may be more well known for his remarkably creative skateboarding, music video, and Hollywood related endeavors, but Spike Jonze was a BMXer. I think the word they used back then was … 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
FBM Bikes owner Steve Crandall and his crew of alcoholic pirates have been lighting a fire under BMX’s ass for over 20 years. Anybody that knows Steve knows that he always raises the stoke level up several notches wherever he … CHECK OUT MORE
// Article by Paul Covey // In the early 90s I became privy to two relatively unknown – but nonetheless classic – bike videos that featured heaps of phenomenal riding at Bicycle Stunt Contests, trails, and skate parks on the … CHECK OUT MORE
Mat stretches out in Paris for the lens of Spike Jonze from the August 1990 issue of Go Magazine. Make sure to read our latest Getting Loose With Lee interview we just did with Mat here.
Mat Hoffman, AKA “The Condor”, AKA “The Raddest Motherfucker Ever”. I have had the honor of knowing the dude for 27 years and have been fortunate enough to personally witness him do some of the most groundbreaking shit in the … CHECK OUT MORE
Mat Hoffman // Go Magazine // August 1990 // Photo: Spike Jonze