Jason Minor has been putting in lots of work on his box jump tricks and tattoos. With his brand new bicycle and muscle T’s his 360 tailwhips are quite on point. Not to mention the man who invented this trick rode in this show. Shoutout to Brian Vowell!
Joliet Joel gave all of us a surprise with his smooth and stylish flatland skills. Rockin’ the red bandana to match the red vibrant colored shoes, Joel pleased both the riders and the school children of Taft Elementary with his tricks and motivating words!
Jake Hinke is on a rampage lately. This picture doesn’t need a lot of words, just let it sink in.
Jason “Tippy” Minor loves to try and touch his shoulders together. One of Tippy’s best characteristics is his height. Showing the youth you can be any shape or size and still shred a BMX bike. With full attention from the audience, Jason lays out a beautiful 360 x-up under the blue skies of Joliet, IL.
First off, thank you Brian for the hospitality at your home, it was much appreciated by the team. Leaving off where this man started many years ago, Brian felt at home on the Division BMX spine. With a nice tire tap on the 4 inch platform of the spine, Mr. Vowell impressed his 8 year old son Preston, and his fellow classmates!
Again, Jake doing things that should’t be possible. This kid is something special.