Tag Archives: Mat Hoffman
Known as the contest with one of the worst vert ramps in history the crew still pulls some wild moves. A ramp that feels like a railroad track that has bad acne still wont stop some of these legends from … CHECK OUT MORE
This contest is packed full of all your early 90’s Hero’s! I love the random clip of Spike Jonze 360ing a set of doubles! Featuring Rick Thorne, Lee Sultemeier, Psycho, Mat Hoffman, Rock Moliterno, Pete Augustin, Mike Krnaich, Dave Parrick, … CHECK OUT MORE
We had to post this contest from ‘Clowns Full Of Hate’ on Vimeo due to song licensing. This contest though hits so hard and has some wild moves! For more of this video check out our youtube page here.
The 91′ MTS was held in La Jolla in the midst of the La Jolla Grand Prix of men’s & Women’s cycling that brought out a wild mix of people on rollerblades, High end road bikes, & one of the … CHECK OUT MORE
Highlights from this comp are Dennis McCoy pulling his first 900, Jay Miron ripping so hard in his first pro contest, Mat Hoffman almost pulling a 1 foot 900, & Wilkerson boosting some really heavy fakie airs that he handles … CHECK OUT MORE
One of the first mini ramp contests to ever happen. Lots of names you’ll recognize and some wild moves! The stand out to me though is Jay Miron grinding from ramp to ramp across the handrail and jumping that whole … CHECK OUT MORE
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