Coming Down Garrett Documentary Available Now

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It’s been a while since something was as eagerly anticipated as this Garrett documentary. The wait is over. From Dig BMX… “It’s finally here and for this project, we decided to do something a little different. The Garrett Byrnes ‘Coming Down’ documentary is available to buy on DVD as part of a Limited Edition box set, or to rent over on our all new Once you’ve seen it you’ll know it’s worth it. A huge thanks to Stew for all his hard work and patience on this one.”

Molineri Rookie Re-up

It’s Sunday. Here’s Mike’s Rookie section from Soul BMX, with some help from Sigur Rós. Treat yourself!

Ladies X Games Demo


Show your support and catch Nina and the ladies this weekend in the home state of Hüsker Dü! “Getting super excited for X Games this weekend in Minneapolis! The ladies of BMX have an official demo Saturday July 15th, at 11am! Tell your friends, come watch us ride, help fill the stands and support your ladies of BMX, we would love to have a competitive class here next year to help grow the number of women riding”.

Rare Air with Joe Rich Re-up

It’s Sunday. Treat yourself! “One of BMX history’s most influential riders and Terrible One owner Joe Rich looks back on the early years in Pennsylvania when he was riding BMX before he knew what BMX really was and taking drops before he was hitting ramps. Filmed at the T-1 headquarters in Austin, Texas.”

Cyclops Update


Cyclops stem update from Joe…

“Good day to you all, I know it’s been a bit quiet on the Cyclops stem side of things. Definitely a much different scenario than I had in mind when I contacted everyone about putting your name on the list for one. Since that first run of 60 went so smoothly, I thought this second batch would be the same.

A good number of the stems have been done for some time now, but there was an incident that happened when they were being shipped from the machine shop in Washington, to us in Austin. As luck would have it, one of the boxes blew open and stems went everywhere. Someone at UPS thought it would be a good idea to just shove some of them back in the box and tape it up like nothing ever happened. However, someone else there found 24 of the stems lying on the floor somewhere and decided it would be a good idea to throw them in a box and just dump them at a water treatment plant. Yeah, I’m being serious, and yes this happened.

Long story short, it was a disaster in one sense, but mostly everything was recovered apart from 10 stems. But, there obviously was a claim to be filed with UPS for this mishap. So right now I’m still waiting for that green light on that claim. I can’t do anything with any of the stems that I have at the moment until the claim is finalized.

So my apologies for the wait, and hopefully this won’t be too much longer. Fingers are crossed, thank you all for your patience and understanding. It always seems to be a wild ride over here!!!”