Tag Archives: Taj Mihelich
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
This weeks Tricked Out Ti’s-day is the infamous Terrible One Titanium Barcode that Taj Mihelich tested out back in 2002. Read more about the bike and check out more photos over at BMX Museum.
This quick video comes from my good friend, Cullen McMorrow, who has played an understated but intrinsic role in the riding scene in Austin and Central Texas over the years. He started one of the earliest BMX websites back in … CHECK OUT MORE
On Monday May 1s the folks over at Ride BMX and Chris Rye from Props will be releasing a video project Taj Mihelich // Life after pro. In honor of this Ride posted up some classic photos from the pages … CHECK OUT MORE
This is the first mix section from Chasing the View off the Cliff featuring riding from: Stuart King, Joe Rich, Jeremy Smith, Mike Griffen, Luc-E, Mike Forney, Taj Mihelich, Jeremy “Mad Rat” Verhulst, Mark Murphy, Jody Donnelly, John Peacy, and … 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
Just like all of you I was saddened last week when I heard that Ride BMX will stop their print magazine. I can’t say that I didn’t see it coming but it still put a knot in my stomach. This … CHECK OUT MORE
Derrick Hughes, Austin Helmer, Taj Mihelich, James Potter, Ben Hucke,Forrest Berkey, Mike Lund, Jeremy Croft, & Brennan Britton all hold it down in the second friends part in Blueprint!
Nate Wessel recently uploaded this footage that he found from the epic T-1 World Tour that became the You Get What You Get Video.
It was my good fortune to hang around the Hoffman Warehouse a lot in the mid-90s while attending college in OKC. I even worked there part-time when I wasn’t in school, and snagged a few photos and bits of memorabilia … CHECK OUT MORE