We never stop riding in monbulk here are some pictures of us taken around 8pm
Kai Moody small little gap because there is no street in monbulk
Trent is RAD. He goes fast and he goes high. I rode at the Shed Skate Park on Tuesday night and witnessed Trent fang in from nowhere and blast one of the back quarters. He’s just RAD. Here’s what he has been up to of late.
“Hello world. Lately I have been getting back into riding since my broken leg, and I am loving it so much. You do not realise how much fun you are really having until you have to stop and by god i hope i never have to stop again.”
Dylan Pell is THAT good.
So I’ve been sitting on the couch for almost a week now after crashing a tuck air at Rampfest indoor skatepark, Im not sure as to what damage has been done due to the amount of swelling in the ankle when x-rayed. The gorgeous doctor i was greeted with diagnosed my ankle with torn ligaments, my hip with pulled muscles and my knee with bone bruising so nothing new and exciting, not sure how long I’ll be out for but i have been watching bmx edits all day every day and am ludicrously keen to get riding again. And here are some photos of me taken by my good friend Kip Bundy.
Kai Moody is popping up everywhere at the moment and with good reason. This kid is happy to be alive and shows it by shredding! Look here at the pictures that have been kindly donated by James Paterson.
Well this past 5 days I have been in Sydney competing in the newtons nation contest. I signed up for both disciplines (dirt and mini ramp) in the pro category for the first time in my life!
In mini ramp I only just made finals as I qualified last which was fair enough considering I was against some of the biggest names in bmx such as Kyle baldock, Ryan guettler, cam pianta, etc.
After qualifying for mini ramp was qualifying for dirt, I rode terrible in that. On my first run I popped out my knee, again. That ruined all my runs which didn’t let me qualify for finals, pretty bummed about that. But then the mini ramp pro final came around the day after and I rode the best I have ever ridden! So even if I placed last I still would have been stoked. Anyway I ended up throwing down some pretty consistent moves and JUST fell short of 3rd place by a quarter of a point to Ryan guettler, then mini, then Kyle baldock! Can’t even describe how stoked I am right now!
Thanks to everyone that made this weekend happen, and a big thanks to pilgrim and riding way!
Well done to all the competitors at the Shed Comp. Chris Nicol is on fire and is now on his way up to the Newton’s Playground Comp thing. No doubt he will do well.
Results are as follows:
1st – Jai Bradley
2nd – Bryce Keyzer
3rd – Josh O’Doherty
ROWAN MEMBREY MEMORIAL OPEN
1st – Chris Nicol
2nd – Dean Anderson
3rd – Branden Kovacs
I am more than over the moon about this lil piece of news. Our boy Trent Bucknell is back on the bike after a scary tumble in the Shed bowl a few months back. Be sure to look for his face around in the publications soon. Word.
As many of you will know, I am a family man. My family is everything to me, almost as much as bikes are. Here is a photo that good friend Jack Kelly shot of me and my wee child, Evelyn, a few months back.
Here is Luke Parker’s newest edit. Check this thing out. HOLY FUDGE.
Today, April 15th, is Mugzy’s Birthday. If you see him, give him a big wet kiss on the lips.
Although spelling may not be a strength, I do believe our boy Liam Kruimel is onto something here with his trusty Pentax K1000 and some good ol’ film. Be sure to check out his tumblr and peep his mad skills.
I am on uni holidays, which is nice in a way, but also quite average. I spent a bit of time down on the Mornington Peninsula chilling out with my family which was nice. I also spent way to much time thinking, thinking and even more thinking about this artwork I am currently working on. All this thinking is eating me alive, haha. My friends and I are having a show at the VCA student gallery one week from today (tues 16th) it starts at 6 I’m pretty sure and if you have any interest in art or hot art babes then you should come, or if you like free alcohol or particularly if you have lots of money and want to buy my artwork.
Here is a photo of me txting, how cute. Shot by baby LK
Dude…. Kid got skills.
Tuesday nights at The Shed in Cranbourne are a must and it seems there’s a good bunch of dudes shredding on this night. Here’s Luke Parker going higher than I’ve seen anyone else go. That is all. Oh, with style AND tricks. What a jerk!