• 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

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>>

  • 03 Mar

Yes! It’s true, we’re moving our warehouse. Where, you ask? North Carolina? India? Bermuda Triangle? Nope. Those are all very very close, but not true. We’re moving to Ana-Crime…..I mean, Anaheim, CA. So, we’re only going to be roughly 10 miles from our current location. We’re shooting to be all set up by the middle of this month. If you have any will-calls, shipments going to us, etc. then please give us a call beforehand (phone numbers/emails all the same) to double check the address. For our new address, click read more….Oh, and if you need anything, then hit us up so we have less to move! Read more »

  • 16 Feb

It’s the day after and we’re all having a surreal BMX hangover of ridiculous moves unleashed on our eyeballs from last night’s VolumeThe Finer Things” premiere at Lido Live in Newport Beach, CA. And while there’s a bunch of people who’ve already seen the video and how unbelievable it is, there are a ton of you who haven’t. Videos (seats & shirts) are shipping just on the other side of the wall behind me, and there are a bunch of premieres at local shops all over the USA (and overseas) coming up, and a lot more in the works. If you’ve got a shop and are interested in doing a premiere, hit us up (562-926-5828 Kevin or Brian in Sales)! We’re trying to get to everyone, but we don’t want to miss anyone. If you’re looking to see if there’s one coming up close to you that you can attend, then hit the jump for a list of the premieres already confirmed, with more info to come. Read more »

  • 05 Feb

Demolition just dropped three new posters of Tyler Fernengel (above), Mike “Hucker” Clark, and Dennis Enarson. Growing up I had posters all over my room, including the required Michael Jordan poster, and a signed Dave Mirra poster (which I still have). Posters tucked in RideBMX were like mysterious gold; “Who’s it gonna be? What’s the trick? Which wall am I gonna put this on? Will my parents get mad if I put it on the ceiling?” Thus the struggle every month. But, while posters (and sometimes the photography/trick quality in posters) have gone by the wayside these days with everything going digital, Demolition is keeping posters alive with these. They’ve been doing posters for years and always tried to put in a good amount of effort into them. But, with these they amped up the level building jumps, desert treks, and explosions. Head over to Demolition to pick your’s up, or login to pick them up for your shop if you’re a dealer. Click “more” for Hucker’s and Dennis’s posters…..

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  • 30 Jan

Since parting ways with Redline at the end of last year, our good friend, and Demolition Parts’ rider and resident Golden Locks, Ronnie Napolitan found his way onto a Volume frame. We just couldn’t let our man Ronnie go frame-less, so we got him onto a sample 21.25 Volume frame. Vital caught up with him and posted a bike check stocked with a ton of Demolition parts like his signature Combat bars, and a couple samples here and there. Ronnie’s always got a clean set up and this one is no exception. If you’re wondering what the single front peg is for, it’s for all the steamrollers Ronnie does…..Also, I’m glad it doesn’t snow here.

  • 29 Jan

Volume just dropped a nice bike check with street magician Drew Hosselton. Hit the link to see what Volume and Demolition parts he’s running, his signature Bermuda V2 frame, how he likes his setup, and a sneak peek at a couple of sample parts. The trans blue Bermuda looks better and better every time I see it. Especially with those tan wall Demolition tires.

  • 28 Jan
markit v2 pivotal

After being out for what seems like forever, we finally got the Dennis Enarson signature Demolition Parts Markit V2 pivotal seats back in stock. You probably already know this, but they’re a fat seat with denim top, and are available in Pivotal (shown above) or Tripod Black/White and Black/Red. They’re definitely one of the most popular seats on the Markit, I mean market, right now with Dennis being such a phenomenal rider and down-to-earth dude……And, don’t forget that Saturday is the last day for getting free shipping on 180dist.com orders with the B2B2FreeShip coupon.

  • 21 Jan
finer things piv box2

We were finally able to squeeze our container through the Union strikes at the harbor and get a restock of parts (Momentums, Markit V2 Pivotals, Rotator Hubs, etc.), as well as the anticipated Finer Things pivotal seats. They’re a fat cap style seat with the trippy Kaleidoscope video pattern and embroidered Finer Things logo. Tripods will be in later, but we’ve got the pivotals ready to roll. And keep getting stoked for the Finer Things dvd to drop next month.