Tag Archives: San Diego
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
Sean Yarroll holds down the last rider section in Dirt Bros Cheese for a very good reason – Heavy music, heavier riding, and RAD style that could only be from the 90s. It’s no surprise that I’ve had a dozen … CHECK OUT MORE
Huge chasm jumps, 720s on street, beyond clicked turndowns, mag wheels, and a Christian punk rock soundtrack alerting listeners to the ills of masturbation – Brad Blanchard’s section from Dirt Bros Cheese was destined to be a much talked about … CHECK OUT MORE
Underground San Diego shredder, Manuel De La Cruz, earned national notoriety for being the first documented rider to grind down a legit handrail without brakes and without wearing any pads. At the time, most riders were still used to seeing … CHECK OUT MORE
Video By Fred Ansfield
Aaron Krueger was a regular at the 2-Hip and B.S. contests, and between 1992 and 1994 he consistently placed in the top 5 of the beginner, and then intermediate class, of every contest he attended. Not an easy thing to … CHECK OUT MORE
San Diego has always had a pretty thriving BMX scene. Even during the so called “lean years” of the early 90s, the Dirt Bros kept the riding scene in San Diego strong. Today we begin posting sections from 1994’s Dirt … CHECK OUT MORE
This one took a few tries. Between waiting for the Christmas lights to turn on, trying to capture the last possible moment of the sunset, and some guy on a Gizmo-Duck unicycle getting in the way, I must have had … CHECK OUT MORE
Dave Voelker’s quick part in Stray Bikes 1991 video, ‘Clowns Full Of Hate’. All hail The Lord!!!
One of the most fun people to follow Instagram @kohlfromsd just put out this awesome video of his wild riding antics. Give this a watch and follow kohl on instagram, you will be entertained.