Author: naja89
12Jun

BSD‘s Reed Stark with more travel adventures from his BMX life on the road, this time from a pilgrimage to the land of sushi and kendama – Japan. Proceed to pick your jaw up off the flaw after laying eyes on the stacks of incredible and one-off spots. There’s even some tree hugging in there! Love it. Reed smashes it as always. – Content from DIG BMX

Check out his range of products:
  • Bike Parts

    BSD Logo Slim Pivotal

    Slim Pivotal Logo seat by BSD

    Classic Logo BSD Pivotal seat for your freestyle BMX setup. It comes in a slim design and is covered with wear-resistant black Kevlar material.

    Notice: Only works with pivotal seat posts

    40.00 Add to cart
  • Bike Parts

    BSD SAFARI BARS

    SAFARI BARS

    The Safari bar is Reed Stark’s new signature handlebar, it’s an updated version of the Giraffic bar, now with a 3 degree upsweep for a more comfortable ride and is taller at 9.1″ and 9.6″ heights.

    The Safari bar is constructed from heat-treated multiple butted 4130 chromoly, available in regular 7/8” and OS 1” Gorilla Grip versions.

    75.00 Add to cart
  • Bike Parts

    BSD SAFARI FRAME 2020

    The BSD Safari frame is designed for Reed Stark with a super long front end combined with a short back end and regular head angle. It’s built for urban adventure wherever your street safari takes you…

    340.00 Select options
  • Bike Parts

    Cinema Waxed Fat Stealth

    Stealth BMX seat with thick padding

    Cinema Waxed Fat Stealth BMX seat both looks nice and come with some dope features.

    • Squeeze your seat with your thighs on barspins easy with its thick padding and fat design.
    • Comfortable sit and a clean look thanks to its canvas upper and faux leather lower
    • Adjust the angle of your seat with a 5mm Allen key from below
    • Cool colorway and no top patch for a steezy look
    40.00 Add to cart

8Jun

Check out the latest video from BSD! They dont have just a bunch of talented riders but they have the parts to handel them! Check out their product here!

  • Bike Parts

    BSD 1991 Half Link

    Durable Half link chain from BSD Forever for freestyle BMX. The Chain comes with a half link design, that makes it easy to adjust to the right length..The BSD 1991 Half Link BMX Chain are compatible with any gearing down to an 8 tooth driver.
    35.00 Select options
  • Bike Parts

    BSD ACID V2 Fork black

    Offset 30mm
    Dropouts Invest cast
    Steerer length 157mm
    Steerer 1 piece fully CNC heat treated chromo
    Legs Tapered triple butted heat treated 4130 chromoly
    Tubing Sanko Japanese Chromo
    Treatment Full post weld heat treatment for maximum strength to weight ratio
    Bearing race Integrated
    Top Bolt 7075-T6 al with M24 thread
    Weight 2.2lbs
    160.00 Add to cart
  • BMX Frames

    BSD ALVX AF FRAME 2020

    The BSD ALVX AF is the latest incarnation of the ALVX frame, this version features a super tech invest cast chainstay yoke which gives even more tire clearance as well as stiffening up the rear triangle. Your wheel can be slammed at an extremely short 12.5″ CS length with no worries of your tire rubbing!!

    380.00 Select options
  • Bike Parts

    BSD BARRIER SPROCKET

    The BSD Barrier sprocket is our new plastic guard sprocket. Featuring a fully CNC’d 7075 alloy sprocket and a tough nylon guard, built for grinding, sliding or just general rock n rolling!

    – Super tough 7075 sprocket
    – High density nylon guard
    – Hardened chromo hardware
    – Available in 25t & 28t

    55.00 Select options
  • Tyres

    BSD DONNASQUEAK tires 20”

    The Donnasqueak tire is one of the most popular tires on the market, constructed by the best tire company from the best materials so they not only look good and perform great but also weigh less than their competitors. With a micro knurled tread and smooth centre section for low rolling resistance, these tires grip and feel great.

    35.00 Select options
  • Handlebar

    BSD FREEDOM Bars Kriss Kyle Signature

    Rise 8.75″ or 9″
    Width 29″
    Upsweep
    Backsweep 11°
    Clamp Size regular 7/8″ or 1″ OS
    Weight 1.6lbs
    80.00 Select options
  • Bike Parts

    BSD FREEDOM FRAME 2021

    Kriss Kyle’s signature BSD Freedom frame, designed to perform well on all terrain this frame combines the stability of a low 11.5″ BB, the responsiveness of a 75° head angle and the versatility of a short rear end.

    To create a stiffer rear triangle we’ve utilised an invest cast wishbone and invest cast seatstay bridge, great for sideways landings!!

    380.00 Select options
  • BSD

    BSD GRIME FRAME

    The Grime frame is the latest frame from BSD, built for the young shredder from Huntington Beach, Denim Cox. Whether he’s riding motocross, Barbie bikes or BMX, you know Denim tears it up on all terrain.

    Designed to Denim’s specification, with a steep 75.5 headangle, a 12.8 – 13.2” rear end length with an invest cast chainstay yoke for extra tire clearance and a 9” standover, we introduce to you, the GRIME frame…

    FRAME WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MAY AND IS ON PRE-ORDER

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  • Bike Parts

    BSD Logo Slim Pivotal

    Slim Pivotal Logo seat by BSD

    Classic Logo BSD Pivotal seat for your freestyle BMX setup. It comes in a slim design and is covered with wear-resistant black Kevlar material.

    Notice: Only works with pivotal seat posts

    40.00 Add to cart
24Apr

The Grime frame is the latest frame from BSD, built for the young shredder from Huntington Beach, Denim Cox. Whether he’s riding motocross, Barbie bikes or BMX, you know Denim tears it up on all terrain.

Designed to Denim’s specification, with a steep 75.5 headangle, a 12.8 – 13.2” rear end length with an invest cast chainstay yoke for extra tire clearance and a 9” standover, we introduce to you, the GRIME frame…

FRAME WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MAY AND IS ON PRE-ORDER

BSD GRIME FRAME SPEC:

 Toptube Sizes:20.6″ / 20.8″ / 21″ / 21.2″
Rear End:12.8 to 13.2″
Headtube Angle:75.5°
Seattube Angle:71°
Standover:9″
BB Height:11.7″
Colours:Military Green / Raw / Black
  • BMX Frames

    BSD ALVX AF FRAME 2020

    The BSD ALVX AF is the latest incarnation of the ALVX frame, this version features a super tech invest cast chainstay yoke which gives even more tire clearance as well as stiffening up the rear triangle. Your wheel can be slammed at an extremely short 12.5″ CS length with no worries of your tire rubbing!!

    380.00 Select options
  • Bike Parts

    BSD FREEDOM FRAME 2021

    Kriss Kyle’s signature BSD Freedom frame, designed to perform well on all terrain this frame combines the stability of a low 11.5″ BB, the responsiveness of a 75° head angle and the versatility of a short rear end.

    To create a stiffer rear triangle we’ve utilised an invest cast wishbone and invest cast seatstay bridge, great for sideways landings!!

    380.00 Select options
  • BSD

    BSD GRIME FRAME

    The Grime frame is the latest frame from BSD, built for the young shredder from Huntington Beach, Denim Cox. Whether he’s riding motocross, Barbie bikes or BMX, you know Denim tears it up on all terrain.

    Designed to Denim’s specification, with a steep 75.5 headangle, a 12.8 – 13.2” rear end length with an invest cast chainstay yoke for extra tire clearance and a 9” standover, we introduce to you, the GRIME frame…

    FRAME WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MAY AND IS ON PRE-ORDER

    Read more
  • Bike Parts

    BSD SAFARI FRAME 2020

    The BSD Safari frame is designed for Reed Stark with a super long front end combined with a short back end and regular head angle. It’s built for urban adventure wherever your street safari takes you…

    340.00 Select options

29Jan

by Robin Pearson

Courage Adams returns to Nigeria to meet up with the Lagos BMX Crew, trace his roots, see his family, and just generally get involved with how they do things there.  Fraser Byrne and Tyrone Bradley did an amazing job with this film – it’s an impressive documentary that serves as a real eye-opener, a true insight into the scene with the pioneers of BMX in Nigeria.  Grab a brew and enjoy.


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At age 12 Courage Adams started riding BMX, but by age 16 he’d turned pro, taken the BMX world by storm and made the most of his parents’ bold move. Now, he returns to his roots in Nigeria, discovering new connections amongst a community of like-minded bike lovers.

BMX street is one of the most frequently evolving sports in the world. Fashions come and go as pro riders flit between the contest scene and their latest video release. In Nigeria, things are a bit different.

As it is around the globe, riding bikes can be about breaking down walls and allowing an ever-growing group of riders to connect and feed off each other’s inspirations and influences.

Follow Courage, Starboy, KK Money and S-King as we return to the streets of Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city, to illustrate just what a difference riding bikes has made to their lives and what their hopes are for the history of the sport in their town.

BMX on the streets of Lagos seems to be a blend of both old- and new-school influences and looks set to head off in its own unique direction as the riders and scene evolves. We can’t wait to see just what the future brings for BMX in Nigeria.

16Jan

Most of the new school riders wont really know who FDM as a company are, who the man Steve Crandall is. You might have heard of the name FBM but only riders in their late 20’s+ will know what that brand really stood for, it was for the LOVE of BMX and nothing more. Even the name, FBM which is short for FAT BALD MAN, a dig at the coprate companies that tried to control BMX in the begining and still try till this day. It was this Brand that always made sure BMX will be free and im sure it will stay with their memory. Check out their videos below and get a feel of how awesome they where.

Although their doors are closed, im sure what Steve and his crew stood for will live on in the memories and riders they touched over the 17 years of producing Bike Parts. here is the full statement from them:  

Keep on reading!
2Jan

Written by Tyson Jones-Peni. Photos credited. 

If you want to hear a truth, it’s that, as a BMX rider in my 30s, I have had an issue in the past with proving the validity of riding BMX to others. You might think ‘why would you care what other people think of you?’.  

A fair question.  

Most people think it’s silly to worry about how you’re viewed in the world. I agree to some degree. As I have gotten older, I have questioned a lot of the things that I do, to wonder if it’s worth doing, just because I enjoy it. 

After a lot of thought over the years, I came to the realisation that I really enjoy BMX, but it’s the slew of positive aspects to BMX that not only help me enjoy BMX, but contribute to a higher value of life itself.  

I’m a firm believer that BMX is not just riding a little kids bike. If you are doing things that have positive traits, you are not only improving at the thing you’re doing, but those traits are contributing to a stronger and better self.. Helping you to become a better person. 

BMX is full of these positive traits. 

So who needs to read this? 

Perhaps you’re new to BMX and wondering what’s in it for you. Or you’re someone who has been riding for a while and are having the same question of validity that I had. Maybe you have someone who doesn’t ride BMX that doesn’t understand why you’re still on that ‘kids bike’.  

BMX is awesome, this list will help you to understand why it is. 

Keep on reading!
24Dec

We would like to wish everyone a Happy Xmas and Happy New year and thank you for your support over 2019. It was a great year where we started our adventure in supporting the local scene with the best brands and products in the market.

You can expect more of the same next year! So Stay Tuned! Here are a few pictures of the year.