Animal recently started putting up sections from their latest video offering "Foreign and Domestic".
Here's Jeff Kocsis's section. I've always been a fan of Jeff's riding, he's ridiculously smooth and always has lines that might escape you at first glance of a spot. Always good.
A couple of weeks ago, Ollie McEnroe dropped a really impressive video, this week, another of the crew has his turn.
Philip Browne's got some moves for sure. Not every day you see a young fella doing real rails.
The Avoca/Wicklow lads are pushing themselves at the minute, always a good thing.
The last part of BSD's 'Living in the city' series will not dissappoint you, firstly you have Dan Paley and Jeff Cadger rocking some sweets moves out all over glasgow follow by Alex Donnachie who is an absolute rising star of bmx right now and this part shows the versatility of his rding from big rails to crazy tech lines this guy can do anything.......so just watch it! BSD have done a fanastic job with this web series and once again set the bar for everyone else.
XMAS OPENING HOURS
Thursday 20th - 10am - 6pm
Friday 21st - 10am - 6pm
Saturday 22nd - 10am - 6pm
Sunday 23rd - 10am - 6pm
Monday 24th - Closed
Tuesday 25th - Closed
Wednesday 26th - Closed
Thursday 27th - Closed
Friday 28th - 10am - 6pm
Saturday 29th - 10am - 6pm
Sunday 30th - Closed
Monday 31st - Closed
Tuesday 1st - Closed
Wednesday 2nd - 10am - 6pm
Business as usua!l
Another installment of the 'living for the city' series from BSD, this one includes a medley of team riders with a really good mix of style and spots finishing up with a few minutes of high quality David Grant footy, the rail at the end is the video of the Dig cover and its as mental as it looks on the cover, cop this and then knock into the shop after xmas for a copy of Dig issue 92.
We are having the Irish premiere of Cult's highly anticipated 'Talk is cheap' dvd in the shop at 6:30pm on thursday the 13th december, its going to be an epic dvd so whether you like backyard ramps, huge trails, park riding or street shredding there's something for everyones taste in this one. This an all ages event so anyone can show up on the day to watch the Cult dvd and buy a copy too if ya want.
Well now, Jason Phelan's been living in Scotland for nearly a year, riding every day with Kriss Kyle, and it shows. I think this is one of Jay's most impressive videos yet, some stylish moves in here for sure. Of course, it doesn't matter how good a trick is if it's filmed badly, so thankfully Norn Iron's finest Peter Adam was on hand to capture this an put it together. Although, it looks as if Jay tried to kill him half way through... must have got tired of his bad jokes... Anyways, enjoy!