I just found this section from ‘Props Issue 78′ over on the ‘BMX Movie Database’ – The 360 flat-rail hop to bank caught my eye – I love that shit! – VS
Check out Chris Thornhill’s latest web video…
… All killer, no filler! – VS
One of the latest breakthroughs in the Mtb industry is the ‘VP VARIAL’ adjustable headset by VP Components – The headset allows 3 degrees of head angle adjustment – Fresh Huh!? The headset itself has been designed to allow 3 degrees of trail side adjustment! Furthermore, the stem can be adjusted within two minutes! Voila: The mountain biker now has a headset that can easily be dialled to the handling characteristics required – NICE!
Now the question… How long will it be before we see a BMX rider rocking one of these headsets??? A product like this could be very useful indeed to the modern day flatland rider – When working on front wheel tricks the headset angle could be set steeper; and vice-versa for rear wheel tricks! Obviously it could be used for street riding if could be proven to be strong enough – Again, mint when the time comes to to drop that (as Chad Degroot would say) “Front Wheel Boogie”!
Ps. Drop us a line if your a retailer interested in ordering VP Comoponents – Chris@VS
What we have here is the latest ‘Our House’ edit featuring Ben Hennon – It’s been produced by Mike King) for SEVENTIES to celebrate the release of Ben Hennons signature frame, the ‘Lady Luck’. In short, the videos amazing! And no doubt the frame is ace!
Remember Julius from a while back? Well he just dropped ‘Too Small Bikes Two’! Check it out…
… Some of the best flatland riding in Europe!!! – VS
Check out the latest vid by ‘PUSHER BMX’ featuring (Deco/Pusher/ODEE World/Valleyside rider) Mat Olson! Mat is on fire right now…
In other news, Mat has stepped into Show Business and recently went on tour with Mat Hoffman – Preety crazy! Mat Olson rides the ‘Self-Titled Frame‘, which can be purchased from the valleyside store section!
Just got this email from Jon Edwards (of Dig/Naive/Trail Kill fame!):
I know yourself and Valleyside have supported the Boneyard over the years. The place has gone through a lot of changes of late, all for the better and continues to improve and support all locally.
Hope your well!
Jon Edwards” …