Old building have such amazing feelings associated with them. The Hampton Coliseum boasts some pretty amazing talent having come though the place but is best known for a door that was supposedly built for Elvis for one of his 4 sold our performances of the place. The sound system was loud, the paint looked old, and the shows were tremendous! Here is another famous human that has shared some of the Elvis fame from the building, Rob Darden with a quick tailwhip in practice. The man has ridden every major situation available in BMX and can now add doing shows in the biggest of venues to his list of things done.
Jake Hinke has been a madman lately, doing shows every weekend and being a full time student is a lot for anyone to take. Somehow he pulls through between catching planes and hanging out in Jamaica Queens. No hands all over the place.
Dan has been having issues with his 360’s lately and this is a pretty appropriate view of what is happening. If ever you find yourself in this situation while spinning, just hold on. It works for Dan somehow.
360 Turndown by Rob Darden once again. He has a boat load of tricks and can fire them off anytime.
Little Jon rides way faster and higher than the large majority of BMX. Here is his version of a 360 and as you can tell, it’s pretty wild on its own. No brakes, hardly any grips left on his bars, and unfiltered BMX and its finest.
Here is another angle of the cover photo. Jake has these wired and it looks like nothing else out there. 360 seat grab x-up stretched perfecly. Another neat stunt added to the shows and neat photos all around! Good shows everyone!