Nathan and Lukas Halahan are certified trail/transition killers and we didn’t want to send them into battle empty-handed. Enter two new signature colorways of S&M parts the Halahan Bros already ride and love. Lukas is blasting a Matty Aquizap sig. Black Magic, Widemouth Pitchfork and Credence bars in ‘GUNSMOKE.’ And Nathan’s hittin’ the trail on his M.O.D. frame (shouts to Juicy Jaymz), Pitchfork and Credence bars in ‘BLUE GROOVE.’ Arm yourselves kids… you don’t want some old, big-name dude riding into town and stealing your spot!
Thirty-five years in the Bike Biz is a great excuse to gather, and that’s just what we did! Some radical dudes, the Moeller family Minnie Winnie and a bunch of BMX-to-the-bone lifers converging on our new Southwest CO trail spot to play in the dirt! Featuring Chris Moeller, Clint Reynolds, Mike Hoder, Aryei Levenson, Kole Voelker, Def Paul and a slew of otro amigos! Filmed and edited by the one and only Stew Johnson.
Aryei Levenson took his favorite aspects of every S&M frame and we combined them into the ATF XL. It’s a stretched out ATF with a taller 5″ head tube, 9″ standover and extended top tube sizes up to 22″ for the tall set. Aryei picked out the “Purple Haze” colorway, too. The perfect all-terrain BMX frame. Aryei walks us through the build of his new bike at Goods BMX in PDX. Check out the full specs on the ATF XL here.
Get a grip! Clint Reynolds talks us through his tried and true Reynolds Grip in this new edit by our guy Stew Johnson. The Reynolds Grip is a little smaller in diameter and a little shorter in length than most modern “street” grips, made of super soft/grippy rubber and fine-tuned to Clint’s preferences. Made in the USA for S&M by ODI. Available now. Grip it and rip it.
The Halahans are back. Season 2 of “9 Acres” picks up right where Season One left off–in the woods. Get some insight into the commitment of maintaining trails, as well as how to deal with sleeping bees. You get out what you put in, and the Halahan family is all in. We’ve also created a Spotify Playlist with the music from all the Season One episodes.
It took 26 years, but Chris Doyle is doing Doyle things on an S&M again, and suddenly the universe just makes a little more sense. Take a closer look at Chris’ custom.
Charlie Crumlish details his personal ride, the Tallboy v3 and why it’s set up the way it is. That Baller jersey looks pretty dope too!
Fathead: the man, the myth, the legend is back with 10 minutes of unmatchable riding style and a glimpse into his thought process behind BMX – some wise words indeed!
“The reason you got to be a NASA scientist is because you battled with a BMX first”
Charlie and his Fu brethren Greg Henry and Badmatty just dropped a new part in conjunction with Motobunka from their DVD “Crossover” and it’s sick! If you like this, stay tuned for the upcoming S&M video Charlie is in the kitchen cooking up right now…
Go behind the scenes of the Battle of the Brands via Charlie’s Angles – lots of info about the nose wheelie machine, Kareem’s Darryl Nau outfit and more. Don’t forget to vote for S&M too!
The boys went hard for their riding edit so please take a moment to give them a vote over at the BOTB site!
5 days, 617 miles, 8 trains, 2 riders, 1 missing tent pole, 143 beers, and 1 hell of a time!
The concept for this trip was pretty simple; catch a train from London to Cornwall, ride some bowls, camp along the way and have a good time. We started off from London Waterloo Station and headed down to Penzance (Cornwall) on the Friday. We had a rough idea of where we wanted to go so worked our way around a few towns and parks for the next few days using nothing but trains and pedal power whilst camping and sleeping where we could until we ended up on the edge of Cornwall in Saltash and caught the train back on the Tuesday.
Filmed and edited by Tom Horton!