Kriss Kyle just built himself up a new BSD Passanger setup, that you can now check over on the BSD site along with the parts list and a few words from Kriss about the bike and frame and what changes he made to his new signature frame.
This is well, um…, this is ridiculous. Alex Donnachie spent the whole summer filming at street spots around Glasgow, Scotland and here is now the final product for BSD and it is even better than you think it is. So much bike control Alex has, especially on that front wheel and then that last double peg to drop. This is a must see world, so don’t wait and watch it now. Filmed and edited by Dave Sowerby.
There is a bike check up on the BSD web site made with Dan Paley, so head over there, check out all the closeup shots, parts list and a few words about the setup from Dan himself.
Jason Teet and Dave Laliberte are BSD connection in Canada through Killemall Distribution and this is a split edit they filmed over the summer. The two were both injured through the summer, but it looks like injuries didn’t really stopped them from riding their bikes, just look at Dave’s cast. Solid street and skatepark shredding in here. Enjoy.
Starting in November of 2013, Animal Bikes will be distribution BSD. Pre-ordering starts now and everything should be available the right time before Christmas.
This time around Ride BMX has been focused on the We Make Things people, so what that means is that you will be seeing the completely new footwear line from Almond and new Eclat and Wethepeople products. Along with that they also hit up Tony Malouf to talk about the new version of his signature BSD frame. Check more after the jump.
Make your way over to the BSD web site to check out the all new bike from Tony Malouf. 165 mm cranks? I don’t remember seeing that on a street bike before. Also, take a good look at some of the prototypes Tony is riding.
This is the all new BSD print advert featuring Alex Donnachie and David Grant, while cruising around Athens, that you can find in the 180th issue of the Ride UK magazine. Photo by Vince Perraud.
Alex Donnachie with a nollie to double peg grind down the rail for BSD’s latest print ad, that is featured in the 96th issue of the Dig magazine, promoting the Stamp and Slinger seats.
Earlier this year BSD crew took a trip to Israel to enjoy the country, to ride and to film. Locals gave them a warm welcome and Lior Moshkovich was one of the riders, who they later ask if he is down to join the team. It looks like his answer was yes, because this is his welcome to the team edit. The scene in Israel is getting stronger and stronger and Lior is a good proof. Style, solid wallrides, pegs stuff and other smooth moves. Enjoy.