• 28 May
staff collage

If you’ve ever wondered who the people are that you talk to on the phone, pick/pack your orders, or just wanted to know who cracked all those stupid corny jokes with you on the phone while you fake laughed, then check out “Our Story.” We just updated it with our mission statement and staff bios. I’ve always loved when bike shops have bios on their pages of the staff. It’s always made it more personal, giving more connection, so we wanted to give that to you guys too. Plus, I just love the fact that we ride. That seems rare these days. (Oh, and sorry for the date over your face Brian. I’m sure there’s other photos of you in the world somewhere).

  • 27 May
zero-rims

Demolition just dropped a fun fact about the Zero rim being their longest standing product. I know I rode them way before I ever worked here and still do. Now it’s weird to think I’ve been riding these rims for 8 years. Here’s what Demolition had to say:

“It honestly didn’t dawn on me till recently that our double walled Zero rim has been in production for over a decade.  It’s literally one of our longest standing products that has stood the test of time.  In the ever-changing world of bmx components and how things have developed into space-age metals and designs, the Zero rim is still strong as hell and still looks like any modern day rim today.  Now available in Marble too, check out more on our iconic Zero rims here >>”

  • 25 May

rust-fire-moto
We want to wish everyone a Happy Memorial Day, especially our troops and veterans. Thank you guys for serving and giving us the freedom to set things on fire and do burnouts. You are badasses and we appreciate you. Photo Cred: Annika Herring & Dano Herring. Motorcycle: John Sepetjian.

  • 21 May

Volume & Demolition want to welcome Matej Zan as a distributor rider through Evolution BMX. We just got on board with Evolution BMX to be our official distributor in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia. There has been some awesome riding coming out of Europe lately and Evolution is doing some big things out there, currently working on revamping their website, and they are great people to work with. They picked up Matej as their first Volume & Demolition distributor rider and we are stoked on him. He’s a clean, smooth, and tech freecoaster rider. Check out his brand new bike check and some smooth lines towards the end. I can’t tell you how stoked I am on this video. I love the Mogwai soundtrack, Matej’s smooth lines, and the vibe of the whole thing….If you’re in the any of these countries looking for Demolition and Volume products, then hit up Evolution or have your local shop hit them up for parts.

  • 19 May
april-posters

It doesn’t matter how old you get, but the feeling of a fresh, crisp BMX poster never gets old. Great photography you can see and handle. The only problem is that the older you get, the harder it is to keep it off your wall. Volume just dropped three new posters of Broc, DeMarcus, and Mastroni from their “Finer Things” sections. We always try to throw in posters and stickers with every order, but if you want some extras on top of the freebies then they’re available in the B2B right now. We also do only single runs of posters, so once these are gone, they’re gone!

  • 12 May

We may not have drones for shipping, but we do have shipping discounts. If you haven’t heard or seen the emails, we just updated our shipping incentive and gotten it incorporated into the 180 site. Instead of kicking in at $500 like before, now it’s just $300. Perfect for stocking up on the basic grips, tires, seats, and bars. So, for all your orders that are $300 and above, just enter the code “ship7″ as you’re checking out, and you’ll get 7% off. It’s that easy. It’s the same incentive you get with your reps, just now easier than ever.

  • 06 May


RIDEbmx just dropped their “Company Property” edition from the 180 Dist. ramps (RIP). It’s an awesome concept where they take the same group of riders around to all the different BMX companies with ramps in the SoCal area to see what they come up with. Some of the riders are from 180 Dist companies Volume & Demolition, and some aren’t, so it’s a nice mix with some good bangers. We’ve moved and this edition of the ramps isn’t around, but don’t worry. They’ll be back with a whole new setup.
  • 05 May
axes-flangeless

Demolition just dropped their new Axes grips a couple weeks ago and they feel great. There are a ton of grip options for you on the markets these days and everyone is looking to improve upon the ODI’s and Edwins of our day. I know I’m biased, but I am stoked on this grip. Stay with me on this, now. Having felt them myself, and had off-the-record conversations with riders who’ve ridden them, I feel confident in these grips. After testing several rubbers, we found a great compound to improve upon the durability that soft grips a few years ago couldn’t hold while keeping the cushy, broken-in feeling they did have. I also really like the horizontal and other lateral lines these and the Volume VLM grips have that previous ones didn’t have. I love mushroom style grips myself, but I’ve always felt the standard mushroom vertical lines lack in preventing sweat from causing hands to have front-to-back throttle grip. The Axes grips prevent that much more. Give these a shot and message us to let us know what you think. Check em out here>>…….Plus, you don’t have to do a “double pits to chesty” to ride these (unlike another Axe).