Now this is awesome. Demolition dropped this flipbook featuring Jason Enns and Ryan “Biz” Jordan showing you some double shots and some print screens from edits along with a short interview about how they met, how many times a week they ride together and more.
Demolition recently got all their products in polished colorway and they sure didn’t wait, took them to the studio and make a group photo. These stuff definitely looks awesome.
Ten Pack Distribution did a bike check with their Demolition and Volume rider Chijioke Okafo. Find out more photos of the bike and of course the parts list on their site.
Another brand that went into production of waxes is Demolition. The all new Soap Bar wax, that comes in 6.3 oz, is available and ready to make all those rusty rails and rough ledges grind. Also, they choose a white color that will not mark ledges and make them different colors and all that mean is that the ledge wont be shut down.
Demolition’s all new gum colorway of grips is out now. Their main goal was to match the color to their tan/gum tires and I think they achieved the goal. Missile and Rob Wise grips are the first available in this color and soon Dennis Enarson’s will be also.
Rob Wise pulled this icepick stall on a sub chain (ha, I never used this combination of words before) a few months back and Domolition now has it free for you and for you computer. Fresh up your desktop with this one by clicking on this link.
Demolition’s Australian connection Shane Conlon produced an awesome skatepark and trails mix edit, he filmed around various spots of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia with Adam Cox. Enjoy in some Aussie shredding.
Drew Hosselton and Erik Hilburn were busy shooting photos around Arizona for Drew’s flipbook recently, that Demolition just dropped. They also did an interview with Drew talking about the past and the future and gave you a look at their Mugatu sprocket at the end. Click here to check it out.
This is Demolition’s photo that ran in their family poster, featuring Connor Lodes, with a huge tailwhip over this big set of stairs, that you can now set it as your background. What a better way to wish everyone a Merry Christmas with a dope photo in high resolution. Click here and start downloading.