Quick shot of the new V2 Broc Raiford signature Volume Nautical seat that’s due out late March. Everyone loves blue and these black/blue tie dye seats look so rad. Keep your eyes peeled for more 2016 items.
The Demolition Momentum grey top/black walls are in stock. They come in either 2.20 or 2.35. What’s awesome about the grey top version of the Momentum is the grey color used actually makes the already grippy Momentum tire a little more grippy than a normal black top tire. Riders like Tyler Fernengel and Mike Gray love em.
Owen Dawson is a serious shredder from the Great White North (Canada). He’s officially on Volume’sinternational rider’s team through Killemall Distribution and we couldn’t be happier to have him. He’s a solid dude, has a professional personality, and absolutely slays anything on a bike. Do not sleep on Owen. Filmed/Edited by Andrew Schubert.
Ridge Conlan is a up-and-coming rider with a lot of raw talent, and it shows in his Volume edit. He’s only 16 and comes from the same area as, and is friends with, Volume’s heavy-hitter Broc Raiford. I’d say with riders like Ridge in the fold, that the future of BMX is in safe hands.
Demolition put up this ridiculous photo of newly PRO-moted Matt Cordova seriously stretching a boosted can-can. I’m pretty sure this would be 57,482 points by itself on Xbox’s Dave Mirra 2. Matt has so much style, and combining it with the height of the air colors in the photo, it just doesn’t get any better than this. Be on the look out for more details on Matt’s signature seat dropping in March. Photo by J.Cobbs.
With all the talk about Demolition now offering their Revolt and Rig cranks with a lifetime warranty on the arms and spindles, it reminds me of all the crazy shit that’s gone down on both sets of cranks (and the lack of any problems). The entire Demolition team filmed the entire Demolition “Last Chance” video on Revolts. Dennis Enarson’s ender section above which won the RIDEbmx 2011 NORA Cup is included. A couple years after that we came out with his sig. Rig 24mm cranks for those of you who like a options and thicker arms for comfort. Whether you choose to ride the Rigs or Revolts, let’s just say you’ll be set, and can feel comfortable with your cranks. You can check out the Revolts here>> and the Rigs here>>.
Our very own Volume style machine, Josh Clemens, teamed up with our very own artist, Mike Mastroni, and dropped a “5 Trick Fix” for RIDEbmx yesterday, and it’s exactly what you’d expect. Tech, style, quick, and very pleasing to the eye. Keep your eyes peeled for more Josh Clemens stuff in the works through Volume this year. And watch Josh’s part in Volume 1 while you’re at it.
The 2016 VolumeHessians (Hesh-in) are in stock in both the Trans Red and Matte Raw. The Hessian 26″ comes with comfy fat 2.25″ Resist Nomad tires, 25/9 gearing, 3-pc chromoly cranks, and much more. It’s the perfect bike for cruising the beach, grabbing a sixer, the neighborhood, the running trail, or just curb hopping.
If you needed assurances of what Volume and Demolition products can do, then look no further than this video (I mean aside from already heavy hitters like Broc Raiford, Dennis Enarson, Tyler Fernengel, Matt Cordova, DeMarcus Paul, etc). BMX Militia, our Australian counterpart, sent Jacman Hinss, Lewis Mills, and Boyd Hilder to Sydney and they killed it. Killed it. What I like about this video is that it’s not just a bunch of riding thrown on a timeline, but the fun they had legitimately translates.
DIG BMX has been pumping out awesome original content for a while now, and yesterday they dropped their “Productivity” feature all around Tyler Fernengel’s signature Paradise Line. Check it out here>>, watch his banger Paradise edit, check out his Paradise Interview if you missed that, then check out his whole line all here SEAT | BAR | STEM.