Saturday, April 30, 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011

DAH STREETS SPRING JAM 4.30.2011

 STREETS JAMMY JAM... LES SKATE PARK... LOWER MANHATTAN...BE THERE SHOUT TO MUFF...DSB..

Monday, April 11, 2011

me and da homies actin up in bk

video

BBM TeaM IN Tomkins park..

shout to mah nikka wayne chippy and all the riders we had alotta posers wif us..team yowelli lyl

Im officially riding for TEAM YOWELLI

I cant express how happy i am to ride for the yowelli team ..being that ansons the reason i picked up a cruiser  or mtbmx for that matter im highly honored that hed want me to rep the company n team and they all the coolest dudes u can ever meet .so on that note THANK YOU ANSON and da squad at yowelli..and now i say this wif pride...(((LOVE YA LIFE)))
SHOUT TO CREATE 2 DESTROY.COM
 LOOK FOR THE YOWELLI FRAMES ODBARS LOWELLI BARS AND SOFTGOODS .WWW.YOWELLI.COM FOR MORE INFO

BBM life

BBM.large in da streets of nyc

a money..bbmlife

luda reppin yowelli 
bmx rocks too

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

WE NEED A SKATE PARK IN BUSHWICK...



IM ALWAYS DOWN IN MARIA HERNANDEZ PARK ON SUYDAM AND KNICKERBOCKER AVE IN BUSHWICK BROOKLYN.ITS USUALLY PACKED WITH SKATEBOARDERS SKOOTERS ROLLERBLADES AND BMX AND MTBMXS..BBM HOME TURF..AND IVE NOTICED MANY LOTS AND EMPTY SPACES THAT CAN EASILY BE BUILT UP WITH SUPPORT FROM RIDERS AND MAYBE THE CITY WE CAN GET THIS DONE..BBM IS WORKING A NON-PROFIT AS I WILL BE ASKING THE GUYS OVER AT NYCMTB.COM FOR INFO AND ADVICE AS TO HOW TO GET THIS DONE...WELL NYC AND BUSHWICK LETS GET THIS ON THE MOVE..AND WE CAN SKATE AND RIDE IN PEACE...BBM LIFE YOWELLI LIFE

Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6" Display with New E Ink Pearl Technology

OPEN CHELSEA PEIRS TO BIKESSS...

LETS START A PETITION TO HAVE THEM OPEN CHELSEA PEIRS TO BMX AND MTBMXS ITS NOT FAIR T BE HONEST ITS PREJUDICE..SO WITH THAT SAID LETS GET THIS ON THE MOVE..CHEERS NYC

NEW LOWELLI BARS..LYL

TEAM MEMBER DAVE HOLZERS NEW SET UP WITH THE NEW LOWELLI BARS ...CHECK THE SITE FOR MOR INFO..BBM APPROVED

VIEANNA AIR KINGS..TEAM NS TAKES IT


VIENNA AIR KING 2011 FINAL from SteveStudio on Vimeo.

YOWELLI IN JAPAN...NO NUKES CAN STOP THE SHREDDING

We got a ton of bars going over to TKC Productions in Japan this month. It's crazy that people are still shredding given the circumstances. But we all know how real riders get down so I'm not surprised this order still went through.


We also donated a bar to our Cali retailer IminusD for Japan relief. They recently hosted a raffle and gave all the proceeds to aid people in need in Japan.

So be on the lookout for Japanese riders rocking Yowelli ODBars and LYL...

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

some street and park from europa





Da homie Martin knorr from cross the pond..cheers bro

directions to high bridge jumps and trails

Highbridge Park: New York City, NY




Informant: Jamie Bogner – NYCMTB



Photo by: David Tufino / NYCMTB



Background: The project was started by a few hard-charging mountain bike advocates: Matt LeBow, NYC's original IMBA rep, had been agitating for trails in NYC since 2001 or so, Dawson Smith joined him in '02-'03, and Mike Vitti, the other NY IMBA rep and CLIMB president, joined the coalition in '03-'04. Dawson and I started NYCMTB in 2005 to manage the trail construction process after NYC Parks gave us the green light to move forward with trails.



How big is the park?

There are about 2.5 miles of singletrack trails in the park. Highbridge is still, in many ways, a work in progress and we have plans for constructing additional trails with the goal being a loop of singletrack and existing park pathways 5-6 miles long.



What type(s) of trails are there?

There are some incredibly technical and rocky sections, and some fun and flowy sections. The park straddles a narrow cliff band from 155th St. up to Dyckman St./200th St., so we have built trails that reflect the natural terrain. The result tends to surprise people—the trails are, in general, very technical. We tend to ride and race loops that also include climbs up an old paved park path, and a stint along the bike lane on Dyckman.



Any distinguishing features or especially cool sections?

The area of the park where the trails are built was the site of the revolutionary war battle of Fort Washington. Hessian soldiers landed along the banks of the Harlem River and overran the Americans defending the hill. Then from the 1890s to the early 1900s, what's now the park was home to a sprawling Coney Island-style amusement park, with three roller coasters. We've built trails in and around old embankments originally constructed for the amusement park, and our "Rough Rider" trail was named for one of the old roller coasters. The end of the Rough Rider trail passes through a boulder field of Manhattan schist rock that was excavated during the construction of the #1 subway line. And we've built technical features off of remnant structures in the park, like a 3' drop on the "Wonderwall" trail built off a 1920's rock wall originally built for a sewer project.



The dirt jump park is probably the most successful element of the entire project. It gets 20 times as much use as the XC trails, and we have a small army of volunteers who've worked hard to build and maintain the jump park. Having a dirt jump park and a legitimate freeride trail with 150 feet of vert in a public park is pretty cool. Having it in Manhattan is honestly just incredible—who would have ever thought?



Given the average land value on the island of Manhattan, we've estimated the 20-30 acres of park land where the trails are located would fetch a price over a billion dollars, if it could be sold (which thankfully it cannot)!



What local group does trail maintenance there?

NYCMTB built and maintains the trails. NYCMTB also maintains the Wolfe's Pond trails, and CLIMB built and maintains the trails at Cunningham Park in Queens. NYCMTB is currently working on a trail project in the Bronx, and is studying locations in Brooklyn for future trails.



Construction of the trails was done by volunteers from many local groups: NYCMTB, The NYC Parks Green Apple Corps, Brooklyn Bike Riders, CLIMB, JORBA, WMBA, etc. It was a community effort.



Can a rider take public transportation (with a mountain bike) to get there?

Yes. You can take the #1 train to Dyckman St., walk out the door of the subway station, and see the lower trailhead across the street to your right. It couldn't be more convenient. It's also easily accessed from the Harlem River Greenway bike path.



R.I.P Biggie small..u made nikkas proud to from brooklyn



well always LOVE u big!!!