Are you guys ready for some never before seen footage of Van and Randy? Well, we have you covered. Bob Scerbo just whipped up a quick video with some older footage of our dudes killing it.
Van Homan is a man of steel so it only makes sense his signature Van Peg is made of Heat Treated 4140 Chromoly. Click play to watch some solid clips of Van slaying some rails. SHING!
- Material: Heat Treated 4140
- Length: 108mm / 4.25″
- Diameter: 39mm / 1.5″
- Configuration: 14mm or 3/8″
- Rotation Positions: 3
- Weight: 213 grams / 7.5oz
Garrett and I took a short trip to ride the city of Baltimore, Maryland and stack some footage. Baltimore is one of the cities that Garrett rode the most growing up, so now that he resides in Long Beach, CA, it was rad to see him back on home field so to speak. Garrett may be a Long Beach transplant, but I think this video does a good job at showing how his wallride-filled, spot-oriented style of riding was shaped by the East Coast architecture he grew up riding. – Zach Krejmas
GSport is proud to welcome Dan Foley to the team. Dan is one multi-talented individual – aside from his creative, unique, and insanely dialed bike riding abilities, he’s also a skilled filmer / editor and even a college graduate – he just recently finished up his communications degree with a concentration in media production, all while maintaining a career as a pro bike rider. Not too shabby.
We asked Dan’s long-time friend Terrell Gordy to write a few words about Dan:
I’ve come up with probably 30 different ways to describe Dan, but at the end of the day, I’m pretty psyched to just call Dan my friend. We all know Dan is a badass on a bike, but very few people are able to balance getting a college education and a flourishing BMX career. Mr. Foley made it happen, and I think that speaks volumes of the type of person he is, on and off the bike.
We can’t wait to work more with Dan!
Here’s an edit featuring one of our flow riders, Andrew “Floyd” Erickson. He lives out in Arizona so you can expect some pools, ditches and great street riding in this edit. Enjoy!
Here’s a new edit of Mike Taylor showing you how ambidextrous he is with dialed and burly grinds coming from both sides. Enjoy!
Filmed and edited by Mike Mastroni.