Tag Archives: Vic Murphy
In 1989 2-Hip had the Meet The Street finals in Salem, Oregon. Our good friend Anthony Tangelin was there filming and we got our hands on that footage almost 30 years later! The video features riding from Ron Wilkerson, Blyther, … CHECK OUT MORE
The way Tabletop!!! the book happened was, I was going through a bunch of High-Rez BMX scans I had, and realized well over half of them were riders doing tabletops. A light bulb went off in my head. How about … CHECK OUT MORE
This is pretty rad, Shadow rider Eric Bahlman kind of recreates the original Havoc Sprocket ad that came out around 1990. Both ads are a fun watch and the Havoc ad is packed full of legends.
Dirt Bro, John Andrus, comes through with a sick new video that stands out from the pack. With some unique stunts, wild spots, and mean tabletops, this is one you don’t want to miss. Here’s more from Vic Murphy: For over … CHECK OUT MORE
One of my earliest introductions to the heavy-flux world of freestyle occurred in 1989 when I watched a VHS tape titled Aggroman. If you’ve seen it, you know the first 25 minutes has a funny ninja/super hero plot with some … CHECK OUT MORE
Although the Bully video did not live up to the hype that the company was generating at the time it still was packed with an all star line up. It really feels like they filmed the whole video in a … CHECK OUT MORE
If you follow freestyle at all, then Trey Jones is a name that needs no introduction. In addition to making his way as a professional rider, wisely affixed upon the rosters of the Cult, Shadow, Vans, and Dan’s Comp pro … 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!