If you’ve always wanted to master those gap-to-rail setups at parks, then you’ll appreciate why Brian Kachinsky chose this one as his favorite feature at Camp Woodward. Tune in as Kachinsky breaks down why this particular obstacle is perfect for gradually learning progressive tricks, imparting some of his BMX zen-master wisdom along the way.
BMX Pro Brian Kachinsky has experienced Camp Woodward from three different angles. Beginning as a camper, returning as a counselor, and later visiting as a pro instilled a lifelong dedication to Camp Woodward in Kachinsky. Here he discusses how winning a Woodward amateur contest served as a pivotal moment in his BMX career.
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Every BMX rider has a favorite feature at the park. BMX pro Tyler Fernengel plays favorites with the U-shaped manual pad to rail in the park at Woodward. Watch as he breaks down what it is about this feature and others like it that get him pumped for a session.
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In the latest installment of Crooked World BMX, bike wizard Glenn Salyers gets a solo session at The Kitchen and cooks up some crazy moves for another killer episode of Calling The Shots. Sit back and watch as bars get spun, feet get planted, and things get weird.
The BMX twins Jake and Theo Riddle are back at it, this time with a fun (and gnarly) game of follow the leader at their local BMX park in New Zealand. Now 5, can you imagine what these guys are going to be doing when they're like 8?
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San Diego pro BMX riders Kyle Hart and Albert Mercado take you on a journey of bizarre tricks and a never been done move in the land of milk and honey on this week's new episode of Crooked World BMX. Enjoy the Beagle Manglers and Panda Planting and take note of Kyle Hart's 180 crooked grind to fakie no hander—pretty sure that is a NBD.