Our main man down under, George Bolter, sent through this rad video that Red Bull put together of him and the rest of the PMP crew talking about the art of building jumps and their passion for digging in the woods and riding with their mates. Press play to watch some really well filmed trails action, to hear what they all have to say, and check out some rad photos of George, shot by his brother Louis, after the jump.
Both Dillon Lloyd and Justin Hughes have some seriously heavy clips in this Imported BMX edit filmed during some winter indoor sessions at Le Taz park in Montreal. The entire crew throws some rad stuff down, this is such a good watch start to finish. Press play!
We just cleared the 10,000 ‘likes’ mark on our Facebook page and want to say thanks to everyone who has supported us along the way and continues to do so. We have a lot of stuff planned for the coming season so be sure to follow us here on the blog, our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram if you aren’t already to stay in the loop. Thanks again and stay tuned!
Our popular Guard sprocket, the one that started it all, is now back for good! Using the same tried and true solid, one-piece CNC’d 6061 aluminum design based on our iconic Light sprocket, the Guard sprocket is designed to take whatever seriously heavy abuse you can throw at it. It’s perfect for getting sideways on crankarm grinds or for bringing back the sprocket chunk. We’re currently offering it in 25T or 28T options in black only, hit up your local shop or mail order to get your hands on one! Often imitated, never duplicated.
Kapok Shop in China have been huge supporters of us for quite some time and they kill it in every aspect of what they do. Their shop is awesome and they’ve helped to create a pretty righteous scene in China. They recently put together a full length team video and a lot of the dudes on the team have been riding our Varsity or Borato V3 frames as well as a stack of our other parts. Check out the video and be sure to swing by Kapok if you ever find yourself in the Land of the Rising Sun.
Jeff Kocsis has been tripping around the Middle East for the last bit and between riding sessions, checking out pyramids, and cruising on camels, he sent over a few photos of his Borato V3 with prototype Diller forks he built up before leaving. Check out some more photos and a parts list after the jump and expect to see some rad stuff from Jeff’s trip real soon!
This is guaranteed to still make you chuckle, even if you’ve seen it a couple times, and is sure to make you laugh out loud if you’ve never seen it. Greg Flag is one-in-a-million.