Russell Brindley Back Bone BMX Section

The Russell treats just keep on coming. Back Bone BMX have decided to post a section a week from their video, and Russ’ section is one of the first up. “Russell with the well deserved ‘opener’ section.. Dr Smooth lays it down with effortless, timeless style and as well as that, has been around since Back Bone wasn’t even a shop, supporting and spreading the good word.. it makes sense that Russ had first section! Those whips at the trails.. DAMN.” Filmed and edited by Brendan Boeck with additional filming from the crew.

Rusty SFA Check

Check out Russell’s latest build, a Dark Roast Brown SFA that’s not afraid to get dirty down under. Thanks to B-Dog for the photos! Follow @rustyhessian

Ladies Malaga Mixtape by Nina

Check out the Women’s BMX Mixtape from the Malaga Vans Pro Cup by multitasking Nina Buitrago! “This is a rough two part edit I put together for the ladies of BMX and our time in Malaga, Spain at the Vans BMX Pro Cup May 5-7th, 2017. All footage was shot on iPhone 7 or a GoPro of some sort. The first part is highlights of each of us from both the regional qualifiers and women’s demo at the Skatepark of Malaga, and the second part is a little spot mission a group of us went on immediately after we rode in our demo. 15 year old Hannah Roberts made history at this spot becoming the first female to do a barspin AND tailwhip the legendary hook spot.” Support events that support the ladies.

T-1 Train Trip Re-up

Joe posted a Ruben shot from this trip a few days ago, but I never need much of an excuse to post this video - I could watch it every week and never grow bored of it. “Six weeks, 1 regular sized back pack for each of the 2 of us, 1 super 8mm camera, 1 DV video camera, 1 35mm film photo camera, 2 bmx bikes, $400 in train tickets each = 1 amazing adventure. We had the most basic of plans . . . Leave Malaga, Spain by train, and arrive in Prague (Czech Republic) six weeks later. No day was ever mapped out before hand. We’d take a train to a new city, leave the station upon arrival, and see what we could get into. Some cities we stayed for days, others just over night. ‘Chance’ and ‘Wonder’ were our co-pilots. Exploration and adventure go hand in hand, add in our loose schedule and we had ourselves one amazing journey . . . . It was put out along with an Etnies Road Trip video that came with Dig issue number 52. Because it was being burned on a hard copy, I had to use different music for the second half of the Train Trip. This was the music I originally edited it with. This played all last year (2009) on the Bicycle Film Festival Tour around the world. I’ve gotten a number of requests to put this up online. So here it is. Enjoy!” Follow @t1ers