• 16 Apr

They’re Here! Our Spring drop of new Demolition and Volume goods have shown up. After a gauntlet of union dockworker strikes, storms, open oceans, and ISIS, we’ve finally got our new Spring items. We’re so stoked (relieved) and based on the amount of calls and social media we’ve gotten, we know you are too. We’ve now got all the Marble parts, Axes grips, Bi Polar pegs, Hucker’s highly anticipated seat, Rotator wheels, 2.40 Machetes, VLM top load CNC stems, Finer Things Tripods, and Broc’s brand new 9.25 Captain bars. Also, check out Rob Wise with his street voodoo in this Demolition ad!

  • 09 Apr

Demolition just dropped Chris and Aaron’s winter edit filmed by Lee Hopkins, and it’s a good one. With these two you know it’s just effortless style throughout, big gaps, and big tricks. The writeup that Doyle gave on the Demolition site for the edit is pretty interesting, as well, to hear all that went into to filming something you think would be pretty easy and quick. But, winter in the northeast was absolutely brutal this year. “Snow” is a fighting word there at this moment. Having grown up on the east coast myself; thank God for indoor skate parks like Rye and Wheel Mill. They’re life-savers. “…always remember to support your local indoor parks!” -C. Doyle

  • 08 Apr

Land Ho! Volume Broc Raiford “Captain” bars in 9.25″ are almost landed. We’re a little less than a week away from seeing Broc’s highly demanded bar in stock. We’ll have it in the three colors above (Flat Black, Black/White Splatter, and Chrome). Broc has been killing it lately (#WatchTheFinerThings) with Simple Session to come in the next couple weeks too, so you’ll get to see what he comes up with there while on his Vessel frame, Anchor forks (still to come), and these bad boys. Hit up your local shop or mail order and sail away with of set of these. Check out his new tee while you’re at it, too.

  • 03 Apr
bipolar-pegs

RideBMX’s Dane Wild did a nice review of the Bi Polar peg earlier this week, and a little history of plastic pegs under Demolition. Dane knows his history and had some really good things to say about the Bi Polar, including an in-depth Tyler Fernengel quote. And if you know the guys at Albe’s, then you know they don’t pull any punches. We obviously love our products and are biased, so we’re always stoked and honored when customers and industry insiders have love for em too. After all, you’re the one’s that matter….Now that the unions aren’t on strike, we’ll have the Bi Polar pegs in a couple of weeks. Check out the review <HERE>, including the 3 options they’ll be offered in.

  • 01 Apr
2016 tees

Our new Spring/Summer 2016 tees just arrived for Volume and Demolition. They’re as soft as ever and we’ve added a couple nice touches to them like accent tape on the insides of some of the tees, and small patch labels on the sleeves (Demolition) and bottoms (Volume)…Clockwise L-R, Demo: Helmet Head, MFG Circle Pkt, Motorhead, and Stencil. Volume: VLM Circle Pkt, Broc Nautical Wht, Volume V, Broc Nautical Blk. They’re available at local Demolition and Volume dealers, your favorite mail orders, and the Volume/Demolition webstores. (We also re-stocked on the Volume Finer Things tees).

  • 26 Mar
holy-grail-shipment

You may have noticed a banner change or two, and that’s because we’re getting ready for a shipment of fresh Demolition and Volume goodies coming in the next couple weeks. We’ve been awaiting this container for a bit. Delays, port strikes, and warehouse moves can’t keep us down. In mid-April we’re looking at getting the new Demolition Axes grips, Marble aluminum parts, Bi Polar pegs, and the Volume Broc Raiford 9.25 Captain bars. Being in the industry, we can tend to take being in a warehouse full of BMX parts for granted, but we always always always get stoked seeing the new stuff finally make it in. And this shipment is packed full of freshies. Shops are taking pre-orders and based on the response this stuff might go fast, so get your’s in A$AP.

  • 25 Mar

backyard bikes
After 5 years being at our current location on Milroy, we decided to make a new move on over to Anaheim. While one would think we’re moving closer to Disneyland and an array of strip clubs Anaheim has to offer, we decided it was time to get out of dodge for a number of reasons; We originally moved into our freshly renovated 12k sq ft warehouse for a new shoe brand (Hour) and an adult line of bikes (Resist), on top of Volume and Demolition. The shoes and adult bikes took on a life of their own and later lay to rest with broken dreams. On top of that our “haunted” building was full of problems that we could have swam in every year after a good SoCal rain. We now welcome Anacrime as our new home at 2760 E Regal Park Dr, Anaheim CA 92806 and with a new toll free number (877.488.1369). ┬áRamps, products and everything else just made the move to the happiest city on earth…

  • 16 Mar

vlm-stemsIn only a few short weeks we’ll be getting Volume’s brand new VLM top load stem. Top load stems are reigning supreme right now and Volume is dropping the VLM they’ve had in the works for a while. Volume’s take on the topload is simple: make it clean with smooth lines, not to over-do the cut outs but only where necessary, and use a strong alloy with a good strength-to-weight ratio. Then, top if off with the subtle VLM logo on top. For more info, hit up the VLM stem post at Volume.

  • 14 Mar

A little late, but not redundant; Demolition dropped a Rob Wise / Rotator & Bulimia wheel promo last week. This might be a little late, but footage of Rob is never out of place or over played. He’s unreal. And the fact that he’s on a Rotator Freecoaster makes him that much ridiculous on a bike. Check it out, then check out the Biz sig. Rotator Wheel & Bulimia Wheel. Filmed/Edited by Mike Mastroni.

  • 13 Mar
rig

Dennis Enarson has been on fire lately for years. And this week he dropped an unbelievable edit for Haro. It’s unreal, if you haven’t seen it yet. Throughout the whole edit Dennis was rocking his signature Demolition Rig line of bars, tires, and 24mm cranks. Dennis had a big hand and a lot of input when these were being designed, and from this edit you can tell they’ve definitely been through it all and still rolling. Working directly in the office and seeing everything that goes out to team guys, I can tell you that Dennis rarely gets parts for his bike, and the rider in me gets great confidence in his Rig line after seeing what he consistently comes out with and having that inside knowledge. Go check em out if you’re looking for new bars, tires, or cranks. And check out his Demolition Rig Line interview from last September while you’re at it, here>>