Getting Awesome: Ryan Nyquist invents a way to do remote-controlled barspins
It works slightly better than his fireworks-powered creation.
Back in the 1990s, BMX rider Ryan Nyquist did barspins so often that BMX fans thought he had some kind of machine in his bike. For the latest episode of Getting Awesome, Nyquist sets about creating just such a machine. He starts with simple bungee cords and then moves on to coiled springs and, yes, fireworks to get his handlebars to spin. In the end, Nyquist goes all out and sets up a direct drive pulley system that is powered by a motorcycle battery. Nyquist takes his invention to a dirt jump where he completes not just one but two machine-powered barspins.
With a epic stash of deadstock and hard to find shoe releases and apparel from Adidas, Nike, Jordan, Huf, Reebok, Puma, Vans, Clarks, Aisics, The Hundreds, and more all sold at below market prices, BK Wearhouse is a sneakerhead's wet dream. Check it on this new episode of Dose as Timbo visits Pete Rivera's game-changing boutique to give you a leg up on your holiday shopping.
Be sure to stop by BK Wearhouse for those new pair of kicks you've been wanting:
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It's time for Part 2 of Ryan Tuerck's World Tour Of Drifting. On this new episode of Tuerck'd, Tuerck meets up with the Fail Crew at Laitse Rally Park in Estonia for the Drift Allstars GP. The Fail Crew hook Tuerck up with a loaner S13 for the competition which Tuerck finesses through the qualifying rounds all the way to an insane finals showdown against Harold Valdma! Wonder if Tuerck or Harold will take the victory...
We also get a look at an epic custom BMW 6 series with dual turbo and 600HP. Next stop is Latvia but not before a run in with the local law enforcement—as they say, “Hey! It is not a problem.” Tuerck makes the absolute most of the opportunity at Riga, laying down pristine first tracks, the Fail Crew joins in, and all ends well in this Eastern European saga that was Ryan Tuerck's World Tour Of Drifting!
Got questions or comments about Tuerck’s Drift Allstars experience? That S13? The BMW 6 series build? Those Estonian women? You can hit Ryan up in the comments below or at #Tuerckd on twitter and he just might respond to you in next week’s Burnout Response video!
Did you catch the full 2014 Peace Park video this Sunday on ABC? Well in case you didn't (and even in case you did) we've got the full 44-minutes of park madness right here. As well as an exclusive Danny Davis x Mountain Dew giveaway worth over $1,200!
The 2014 version of Danny Davis's Peace Park is easily the biggest and baddest yet. Taking on the mountains of Grand Targhee Resort in Wyoming, Snow Park Technologies, Mountain Dew, and Burton Snowboards outdid themselves with this version of Peace Park.
Watch the Peace Park video below, and fill out the entry form to be eligible for the giveaway. One entry per person, prize pack sizes are pre-determined and not available to be switched out for other sizes.
BMX street rider Calvin Kosovich takes you through a memorable meltdown that left him bruised and bleeding in the streets of SoCal. So he did what every sane person does: he went to town on his meaty paw with a tooth brush that probably wasn't even his. Definitely qualifies as one of the worst Worst Day Evers on Crooked World BMX.
What do you think of this BMX slam? Tell us in the Comments.
A mammoth snowboard for opening day at Mammoth Mountain! In this all new Every Third Thursday, Dave Lee and the entire Signal Snowboards factory crew team up on a huge project: a 10-foot long (304-cm) snowboard. The whole factory needs to be rearranged to create this behemoth board, but it pays off in the end. The board is mounted on top of the 4Runner and the crew arrives just in time for opening day at Mammoth Mountain. Check out team rider Ian Thorley turn heads as he laps the park and kicks the season off in a BIG way!
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